Scotts Valley

Miracle on 34th Street, The Play

Miracle on 34th Street, The Play

Live on Stage at Ben Lomond’s Park Hall Nov. 16 – Dec 9 Mountain Community Theater is proud to present its very own version of the heartwarming holiday classic, “Miracle on 34th Street, the Play,” directed by Peter Gelblum. The production opens at Ben Lomond’s historic Park Hall, 9400 Mill Street, on Friday, November16, and […]

Local Measures on the Nov. 6 Ballot

Local Measures on the Nov. 6 Ballot

Measure A Scotts Valley Unified School District $108 per Year Special Tax on Real Property Two-Thirds (66.7%) Vote to pass Levy of a parcel tax for five (5) years beginning July 1, 2019 at a rate of $108.00 per year on each parcel within the School District raising approximately $820,000 annually in funding for the […]

Scotts Valley City Council Election

Scotts Valley City Council Election

For the Scotts Valley City Council there are two (2) seats up for election with three (3) candidates. Running for re-election are incumbents Stephany Aguilar and Jim Reed. Running for the City Council for the first time is Derek Timm. The Scotts Valley Times is devoted to the task of informing
the voters rather than endorsing […]

Stanford Cross Country Invitational

Stanford Cross Country Invitational

Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley Results Scotts Valley Boys Win Division 4 Scotts Valley junior Mitch Ross took 6th place leading the Scotts Valley High boys cross country team to its division win at the Stanford Cross Country Invitational Saturday, Sep 29. Ross ran the 5-kilometer run on Stanford Golf Course in 16:10 as […]

Major Town Center Hurdle Cleared!

Major Town Center Hurdle Cleared!

The Santa Cruz City Council has agreed to sell the last 8.15 acres of the former Skypark Airport in Scotts Valley to a developer for $8.5 Million. The Sale is to Scotts Valley Town Green Land LLC, whose bid to create a mixed-use development on about 15 acres along Scotts Valley’s Mount Hermon Road one […]

Measure A Parcel Tax

Measure A Parcel Tax

Measure A – To Protect the Value of a Great Education in Scotts Valley By Derek Timm The success of the Scotts Valley Unified School District is the envy of the rest of Santa Cruz County. Ninety-Six percent (96%) of Scotts Valley students graduate from high school and 95% go on to college. Our schools […]

Graham Hill Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction

Graham Hill Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction

Work Begins along Graham Hill Road Oct. 8 The Resource Conservation District (RCD), working with Cal Fire and California State Parks, has scheduled Phase 3 of the Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction project along Graham Hill Road. On Monday, October 8 crews will begin the removal of invasive Acacia and French broom on approximately 1.4 acres […]

Broadband in Santa Cruz

Broadband in Santa Cruz

Forum Announced to Discuss Efforts to Improve County Service Continuing efforts to expand high-speed Internet service throughout Santa Cruz County, the County of Santa Cruz is pleased to invite residents to a Broadband Service Forum where residents can directly hear from local broadband providers about upcoming services. Hosted by Supervisor Bruce McPherson, the forum will […]

Redwood Valley 4-H Club

Redwood Valley 4-H Club

Serving Scotts Valley, Felton, Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek, and Santa Cruz The NEW Redwood Valley 4-H Club would like to invite youth ages 5-18 to visit our next meeting on September 8 at 4:00pm held at the SV Boys and Girls Club, 5060 Scotts Valley Drive in Scotts Valley. This new 4-H club is the […]

Moving Forward: SVCC Arts Center

Moving Forward: SVCC Arts Center

By Ray Gorsky, Vice President, Scotts Valley Theater Guild Our goal in participating in the Scotts Valley Art, Wine & Beer Festival was to share the design of our proposed Scotts Valley Community Cultural Arts Center in the 9000 sq. ft. space at 251B Kings Village Road in the building we share with the Scotts […]