Gas stations are closing in West Lake, Santa Annese, Santa Monica and Santa Ana, California, in 2018, according to the California Department of Environmental Quality.
In the Santa Ana area, the stations are expected to close on Dec. 31.
The stations are among more than a dozen closures announced in the past few weeks in West Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, according.
The state announced a total of six stations closing in the state in January 2018.
The closures included a station at North Beach, a station in West Santa Ana and a station near Los Angeles International Airport.
The department said the closures will affect a number of service providers, including Gas Plus, Chevron, Chevron Gas, Sunoco, First Gas and Southern California Gas, which all have a station or gas station in the area.
GasPlus is the company’s largest fuel-efficiency-related business.
Chevron is the state’s second-largest supplier.
Chevron said it will begin to close its Santa Ana station and its Santa Monica station in late 2018.
First Gas said it would close its East Santa Ana gas station and West Santa Monica gas station by late next year.
Chevron will also close its West Los Angels gas station.
Gas Plus is the third-largest fuel-efficient gas station operator in the country, with a fleet of more than 2,000 vehicles.
Chevron, Sunaco and First Gas have combined gas stations in more than 100 states and the District of Columbia.
Gasplus, which also operates in Southern California, has more than 8,000 gas stations.
The Santa Ana stations are in the city of Santa Ana with a population of more a half-million people.