Category: Phelan

Phelan is an unincorporated town located in San Bernardino County, California south of SR 18 and northeast of SR 138. 30 miles east of Palmdale and 18 miles west of Victorville, the town is situated in the Victor Valley in the Mojave Desert north of the San Gabriel Mountains. As of 2007, the town of Phelan has a population just under 20,000 people, with an elevation of 4,112 ft at the town center, located at the corner of Phelan Rd at Sheep Creek Rd. It is served by the Snowline Joint Unified School District.

Called “The Land of Champagne Climate,” Phelan’s history dates back to the days of the Mormon Trail, when settlers would pass through the area on their way to San Bernardino and points beyond. Despite this long history, the area is still relatively rural. Most businesses are situated in strip malls dotted along the sides of Phelan Rd, and the “main hub” of town would be the crossroad of Phelan Rd. and Sheepcreek Rd., where the majority of commercial activity and businesses are located. Overall, there is only a handful of businesses in this town. Paved roads are few due to the low population.

The Snowline Joint Unified School District serves Phelan as well as Wrightwood, Piñon Hills, Baldy Mesa, Oak Hills, and the West Cajon Valley. The area’s schools include Piñon Mesa Middle School, Serrano High School (named after the Serrano people), Quail Valley Middle School, Baldy Mesa Elementary, Piñon Hills Elementary, Wrightwood Elementary, Vista Verde Elementary, Heritage School, Chaparral High School, Desert View Independent School, Eagle Summit Community Day School, and Phelan Elementary.

Phelan was named after Senator James D. Phelan.

Pool Party Rentals

Screen Shot 2017-04-09 at 3.51.46 PM

By Staff Reports (Hesperia)– Plan your next birthday, company, or church party at the Lime Street Park Pool! Beginning May 27, 2017, Hesperia Recreation and Park District will be offering the rental of the Lime Street Park Pool, located at…

I-15 Detour in Fontana this Weekend

unnamed(41)

By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)–Motorists should expect delays and consider alternate routes this weekend as Caltrans closed the northbound Interstate 15 at Duncan Canyon Road in Fontana. The full closure on northbound I-15 at Duncan Canyon started Friday, April 21…

Jump on the Peace Train!

SBCoArrow - Color

By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– Museumgoers in San Bernardino County love to dance. Once again, the San Bernardino County Museum will celebrate the opening of Train Days on Saturday, April 22, with a Soul Train dance – and may break…

Lovingood Blocks Steep Rate Hikes

unnamed(613)

By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors opposed a series of proposed water and sewer rate hikes, some more than 80 percent, saying the increases were not justified and would cause unnecessary hardships on many…