“Our office and County officials are working diligently to restore vital services to their clients,” said Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, in the wake of a devastating blaze which ravaged the Valencia Medical Building housing several County departments — including the Department of Mental Health, Environmental Health, and the Tax Assessor’s office.
On Saturday evening, Los Angeles County Firefighters responded to a three-alarm fire of the Valencia Medical Building at 25050 Peachland Ave., knocking out the fire that had burned the upper floor of the building, and damaged the Santa Clarita Mental Health Center in Newhall, Environmental Health’s Valencia District Office, and the Tax Assessor’s Public Service Satellite Office.
“The Department of Mental Health and the Department of Public Health’s Environmental Health division are working closely with my office to ensure minimal disruption of services,” said Supervisor Antonovich.
Due to the extensive fire damage Environmental Health will be contacting contractors to ask them to resubmit their projects for review; while the Department of Mental Health will be providing onsite services at 23542 Lyons Avenue, Suite 202 in Newhall.
For more information please contact:
Assessor’s Office North District Office, 13800 Balboa Blvd.Sylmar, CA 91342
Mental Health 23542 Lyons Avenue Suite 202, Newhall, CA 91321
If you or someone you know is a mental health client or consumer and has a scheduled appointment at the Santa Clarita Valley Mental Health Center in the next two weeks or for more information, please call ACCESS at (800) 854-7771
Environmental Health 335-A East Avenue K-6, Lancaster, CA 93535
General Information (661) 723-4533
Plan Check (626) 430-5560
Private Septic (626) 430-5390