Stanton District 4

Stanton District 4 is the southern gateway to Stanton. The district starts out on both sides of Beach Blvd. up to Briarglen Loop on the west. Bounded by the east side of Beach Blvd., the District extends from the southern and eastern City boundaries all the way up to the railroad tracks just north of Katella Blvd.

The southern gateway area has been undergoing a renaissance with the development of the homes at Lantana @ Beach and the Rodeo 39 retail center. Much more development is planned along the Beach Blvd. corridor throughout Stanton.

Stanton District 4
New Developments
Throughout my tenure on City Council we have created many new additions to the Stanton Cityscape and increased property values throughout the City. The development of Stanton Central Park was a milestone for our City and our work with Melia homes on the first tract of million-dollar homes was a first for Stanton. Several upscale condominium developments have also sprung up throughout the City.

We revived the Beach and Orangewood area with a mixed-use residential and commercial development. We created several pocket parks including the park featuring a large Stanton sign on the west side of Beach at Orangewood. Plans are in the works for a new downtown Stanton near Cerritos Blvd. and a Habitat for Humanity project is also coming to that area.

District 4 will house one of our largest new developments. Currently, a five-story upscale apartment project called VRV is underway by Bonanni Development. It will feature resort-style amenities, retail and a rooftop deck.
22 & Beach Shopping Center
Rodeo 39 Market Hall
Rodeo 39 Market Hall
Panda Express Drive-Thru
Panda Express
Club Pilates
Club Pilates
Bliss Beauty Bar
Bliss Beauty Bar
In-N-Out
In-N-Out
Chase Bank
Chase Bank
The Hair Lab
The Hair Lab
Suncoast Hearing Aids
Suncoast Hearing Aids
Raising Canes
Raising Canes
Planet Fitness
Planet Fitness
Alchemy Men's Grooming
Alchemy Men's Grooming
Dentisty
Dentistry
Stanton Smiles Dentistry
Stanton Smiles Dentistry
AT&T
AT&T
Tall Grass Drink
Tallgrass Drink
Rodeo 39 Public Market @ 22 & Beach

Now open! Stay up to date on Rodeo 39 Public Market by following them on social media!

Beach Blvd
Wendy's
Wendy's
Hiccups & Churroholic
Hiccups & Churroholic
ampm & ARCO
ampm & ARCO
Naugles Tacos & Burgers
Naugles Tacos & Burgers
DaVita Kidney Care
DaVita Kidney Care
Starbucks
Starbucks
T-Mobile
T-Mobile
New Housing
Sacramento has deemed that there is a housing shortage in California and has required that cities promote new development to meet state mandated housing requirements. Stanton has worked with owners of tired, older properties and developers to maximize new land uses for both residential and commercial projects.
Chateau Estates by Melia Homes
Chateau Estates by Melia Homes
Lantana @Beach by Brookfield
Lantana @Beach by Brookfield
Orchid Homes by Keystone
Orchid Homes by Keystone
The ICON Community
The ICON Community
In the Works
Senior Living Facility
Senior Living Facility
VRV Luxury Apartments
VRV Luxury Apartments
Premier Park Improvements
Premier Park Improvements
7-Eleven
7-Eleven
Tahiti Motel Conversion
Tahiti Motel Conversion
New City of Stanton Website
New City of Stanton Website
body camera
OCSD Body Camera's
Around Town
New Median Landscaping
New Traffic Signals
LED Streetlight Conversion
Bus Stop
New Bus Stops
New Animal Control
New Animal Control in 2017
Public Works Graffiti Truck
New Graffiti Truck in 2018
Stanton Firetruck
New Fire Medic Truck in 2018
Stanton Motorcycle Cop
New Police Motorcycle in 2019
Norm Ross Sports Park
New Norm Ross Sports Complex
Stanton Park
Stanton Park Upgrades
Homeless

Background

Early in 2018, two separate court rulings regarding homelessness came down. The first court case in the California Central District Court was initially in regard to the Santa Ana River encampments that later saw all 34 cities in Orange County sued. The second court case, decided by the Ninth Circuit Court changed the law in nine US States under Martin v. City of Boise ruling as a Eighth Amendment right, “as long as there is no option of sleeping indoors, the government cannot criminalize indigent, homeless people for sleeping outdoors.” In December 2019 the US Supreme Court declined to hear the case leaving intact the ruling made by the Ninth Circuit Court.

North Service Planning Area (North SPA)

As a result in 2018, Stanton along with 12 other cities began collectively working together to address homelessness in a partnership known as the North Orange County Service Planning Area “North SPA.” Through their combined efforts, a shelter opened in Placentia on 3/31/20 and another in Buena Park on 6/30/20 along with others in Anaheim and Fullerton. With these shelters now open the 13 cities can provide services to the homeless while maintaining enforcement of local ordinances.

Announced on March 24 2021. The Sheriff’s Department has established a new Bureau tasked with assisting the homeless population and those with mental health disorders through a robust program that includes proactive engagement, case management, and resource distribution. The Behavioral Health Bureau, supervised by Captain Nate Wilson, includes six sergeants, eight Homeless Outreach Deputies and approximately 50 Homeless Liaison Deputies assigned to the Sheriff’s Department’s 13 contract cities. 

Press release

Stanton on 7/14/20 began the process of hiring an outreach coordinator to perform outreach and case management to individuals deemed experiencing street homelessness in Stanton, engage clients to intervention services and link appropriate resources to community based organizations and government agencies. On 1/26/21 by my direction with support of council started the process of hiring a second outreach coordinator to expand outreach to all seven days of the week.
Formed in 2017 by AB 97, an act of the State Legislature, the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force includes 10 North Orange County cities and 49 nonprofit organizations working together to implement regional public safety policies. These cities include Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia, Stanton and Yorba Linda. In the 2020 Annual Report to the Legislature, nine homeless programs were supported with five providing interventions, three prevention and the last a mixture of both. In total, 21,494 service hours were provided and 1,186 homeless individuals placed into shelter during this period.
Starting in May 2020 the County of Orange under Project Roomkey operated the Stanton Inn & Suites as a facility to provide 72 rooms to house homeless individuals 65 and older or those at a greater risk of becoming infected with COVID-19. Project Roomkey in Stanton ended in November 2020 to begin the transition from temporary to permanent supportive housing under Project Homekey.

Stanton worked with the State of California, County of Orange and Jamboree Housing to provide $28.1 million in funding to convert two motels the Tahiti Motel and Stanton Inn & Suites into permanent supportive housing for 132 individuals through the State Homekey Program. Additionally Stanton is still working to add a third location the Riviera Motel to the program. The two Homekey Program projects have already began housing individuals and must be fully occupied by April 2021.

In January of 2021, the first of three Be Well OC campuses will open in the City of Orange providing a first-of-its-kind mental health center for Orange County. On September 15 the second Be Well OC campus was approved for the City of Irvine.

Crime

One of my top priorities has always been to keep Stanton safe. In the last four years, through the great work of our Sheriffs Department, Stanton has seen a ▼28.2% decline in overall crime.

Property Crime
Down by ▼28.3% in the last four years
Violent Crime
Down by ▼27.5% in the last four years

* California Department of Justice – Open Justice Crime Statistics 2008-19
** Federal Bureau of Investigation – Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program 2008-19

Total crime per 1,000 residents

* California Department of Justice – Open Justice Crime Statistics 2008-19
** Federal Bureau of Investigation – Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program 2008-19