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POW! WOW! Antelope Valley

The POW! WOW! movement has brought fresh and vibrant artwork to cities and downtowns around the globe.  Beginning in August 2016, you can see this world-class artwork in a collection of murals right here on the BLVD... Read More [+]

BLVD Market Every Thursday

Every Thursday, head downtown to enjoy fresh food and the Sierra Toyota Concert Series at our weekly farmers' market!  The market runs from 4:00 - 9:00 pm, with concerts starting at 6:00.  Visit the City of... Read More [+]

BLVD Association Launches Partnership with Desert

The BLVD Association has contracted with Desert Haven Enterprises to conduct cleanup and beautification efforts throughout the downtown BLVD district. Two Desert Haven crews will work daily Monday through Friday to ensure the... Read More [+]

Gift Certificates Now Available

Can't seem to find that perfect gift this holiday season? The BLVD gift certificate is the gift for you! Valid at participating merchants throughout the downtown area, the BLVD gift certificate allows the recipient... Read More [+]

BLVD Patrol Launched in Downtown Lancaster

The BLVD Association has contracted with member business Security Defenders to launch the BLVD Patrol, a private security and ambassador program for the downtown Lancaster district known as The BLVD.   “The BLVD ... Read More [+]

Shop More in Lancaster on The BLVD

The City of Lancaster and The BLVD Association joined together this afternoon to announce the launch of the City’s annual “Shop More in Lancaster” campaign, which encourages residents to shop local. While... Read More [+]

The BLVD Transformation designated Editor's

Build a Better Burb: The Online Journal of Suburban Design designates “The BLVD Transformation” as their Editor’s Design Choice. Article by Amara Holstein The city of Lancaster, CA, has taken a decrepit ni... Read More [+]

City of Lancaster Receives Grant Funding for

Last night, the City of Lancaster City Council approved the appropriation of two grants received from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The two grants, of $210,936 and $99,402, will... Read More [+]