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Living in Santa Clarita

With its beautiful weather, stunning scenery and close proximity to Los Angeles, it's not hard to see the appeal of living in Santa Clarita. The fourth largest city in Los Angeles County, California, expats living in San Clarita Valley, short SCV, can enjoy the City of Los Angeles as well as the ocean and mountains on their doorstep. Santa Clarita is set within a Mediterranean climate zone so expats living in Santa Clarita can enjoy warm and dry days most of the year round. It's an ideal community for families and there is so much to do, from thrilling theme parks – such as the Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Park, which has been open to visitors since 1971 – to historic museums and world-class sporting events. With more than 1 million members around the globe, InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, and the ideal place to network or get in touch with other expats in Santa Clarita and across the globe via private messaging, forums or taking part in the discussion groups. InterNations' Expat Magazine also offers invaluable advice on areas such as insurance, finance and working and living abroad.

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Moving to Santa Clarita

Expats relocating to Santa Clarita are often attracted by its climate and the many opportunities it affords to make the most of the great outdoors. You will be pleased to discover that it is also a diverse, welcoming, family orientated community, with schools in the top 10% in California. Regularly listed among the top 20 places to live in the US, it is also one of the safest and enjoys one of the best economies. Expatriates moving to Santa Clarita can be part of a thriving arts scene, including festivals, community playhouses, and free summer concerts. And if you should nevertheless feel a bit lost after relocating, why don’t you join InterNations? On our platform you can get in touch with other expats in your area and across the world, for example by joining one of our over 1,000 online discussion groups which cover a wide range of topics. And our Expat Magazine is also a recommended read for anyone looking to relocate to a foreign country. It offers advice on various expatriation related issues, such as international insurance and finance, as well as moving and working abroad.

Working in Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Los Angeles County. Expats living in Santa Clarita can also easily commute to Los Angeles, which during heavy traffic is about an hour away. Santa Clarita is rapidly expanding, with significant new home development creating thousands of new jobs. The biggest employers are Magic Mountain Theme Park, Princess Cruises and the Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital. Santa Clarita offers a wealth of opportunities in all fields of employment, making relocation to and working in Santa Clarita an exciting prospect. InterNations is the ideal place to network or get in touch with other expatriates as it has more than 1 million members around the globe. Join a discussion group, post on the forums or simply socialize with other expats through our private messages system and be part of InterNations global network for expatriates. We can also offer you the Expat Magazine, an extensive collection of articles offering invaluable advice on expatriation related topics such as culture shock, international finance, moving abroad with a family and even repatriation.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."