The City of Santa Clarita, in partnership with Frontier Toyota, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, is proud to sponsor the 2022 White Ribbon Campaign in the Santa Clarita Valley.

The campaign began in 1997 in response to concerns about a large number of local teenagers who have lost their lives in vehicle collisions as a result of reckless or impaired driving.

Prior to graduation ceremonies, a Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Deputy will visit each local graduating class to encourage students to be aware of the dangers of tired, distracted, or impaired driving.

White ribbons will be distributed to graduates during the distribution of caps and gowns in memory of students who lost their lives in road collisions.

Students are encouraged to pin the white ribbon to their gowns at graduation ceremonies to remind others to be safe during their celebrations and to support families who have lost loved ones in traffic-related incidents.

On May 24, the City Council will wear the white ribbons during its regular meeting to honor those who lost their lives and to remind Santa Clarita residents to be careful and aware of the consequences of dangerous driving.

For more information about the White Ribbon campaign, please contact Cynthia Muir at [email protected] or (661) 250-3727.


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