SHP in the News

    SHP Hopes to Create New City Center
    Post Icon May 9, 2017

    The Long Beach Business Journal interviewed SHP’s Vice President of Business Development, Kevin Laney, on the future plans for a mixed-used development coming to Signal Hill. Below is the article and link to see the digital version from the Long Beach Business Journal. “A vacant eight-acre parcel of land next to the closed-down Fresh & Easy at the […]

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    Changes For SH City Council
    Post Icon March 24, 2017

    As the City of Signal Hill says good bye to a long time city leader, Micheal Noll, new city councilmembers are sworn in. Additionally, Mayor Lori Woods was acknowledged and thanked for the completion of her first term as Mayor. Edward Wilson was appointed as the new Mayor and Tina Hansen will remain Vice Mayor […]

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    SHP’s Proposed Development
    Post Icon March 14, 2017

    The Signal Tribune showcased an article on the new development that SHP is working on at the former Fresh and Easy site. Below is the article and link to see the digital version from the Signal Tribune. “Those who attended, read about or watched a video of the Feb. 9 Signal Hill City Council candidate forum […]

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    SHP’s Newest VP
    Post Icon March 3, 2017

    The Signal Tribune and the Long Beach Business Journal both published articles about SHP’s newest promotion. Debra Montalvo Russell has recently been promoted to Vice President of Community Relations and Real Estate Operations for SHP. Below are statements from the articles and links to read the complete articles online. “Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc. (SHP), a privately […]

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    They’ve Got Their Backs
    Post Icon August 19, 2016

    The Signal Hill Police Foundation, represented by Dave Slater of Signal Hill Petroleum (right), and Signal Hill Police Chief Michael Langston (center) presented Fredy Dominguez, president of the Rotary Club of Signal Hill (left) with a donation of $1,500 on July 28 for the club’s 2016 community service project – school supplies for 2,220 students […]

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