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To visit current and archived News Releases click here Mayor Yxstian A. Gutierrez wants you to be involved in your City. Watch his monthly video update and read his weekly message to learn about the great things happening in Moreno Valley. Read the Mayor's Message and see his video... Find all the information you will need to know aboutCommercial Cannabis in the City.See Commercial Cannabis Info.
.. Keep MoVal Beautiful at Moreno Valley's Community Clean up Event, Moreno Valley Public Library Hosts Writers Expo, Join your Neighbors, Officers and Officer Mc Gruff for Coffee and Conversation!and Pet of the Week.Take a look... Moreno Valley's monthly newsletter is a great way to find out what's happening in MoVal. CityLink features: Santa and Moreno Valley Firefighters Spread Holiday Cheer to Kids at RUHS Medical Center Animal Shelter Hosts New Year's Pet Adoption Event Stay Safe and Warm this Winter Grow Your Small Business with California Competes Tax Credit and Webinar Moreno Valley's Businesses and Economic Development Programs Curious About New Businesses Coming to Moreno Valley? Moreno Valley at Work View CityLink.
.. 01/19/18 Moreno Valley Council Member Jeffrey J. Giba will host a Java with Jeff event Saturday, February 3rd to meet with residents and answer questions. Council Member Giba represents Council District 2. “I am interested in hearing from residents and other stakeholders about what concerns them,” Council Member Giba said. “I think it is helpful to provide a comfortable setting where residents can share concerns, comments, and opinions about District 2.
” Find out more... 01/19/18 Help us Keep Moreno Valley Beautiful by participating in a Community Clean Up Event on January 27! Interested volunteers should report at 9:00 a.m. to Moreno Valley College Student Parking Lot B. The City of Moreno Valley started the Keep Moreno Valley Beautiful Program to encourage the community to remain actively engaged in the City’s beautification efforts. Get the details.
.. 01/18/18 Officers from the Moreno Valley Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships and enjoy a cup coffee. The event will begin on January 25th at 6:00 p.m. at McDonald’s located at 26200 Iris Avenue in Moreno Valley. Coffee with a Cop provides a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the Police Department’s work in Moreno Valley neighborhoods.
Get the details... 01/10/18 2017 will be remembered as a record-breaking year for the City of Moreno Valley. Fulfilling priorities established by the Mayor and City Council, the City is focusing on creating jobs, attracting new businesses, encouraging development, supporting existing business expansion, and developing workforce readiness for new employment opportunities. The commitment is already paying dividends; Moreno Valley’s new business licenses increased by 10.
2% in 2017 with more than 14,000 new jobs that have been created in Moreno Valley over the last four years. Find out more... 01/02/18 The City of Moreno Valley is accepting application proposals through January 31, 2018,for grant funds dedicated to programs and projects benefiting low and moderate income residents or neighborhoods, eliminating blight, and addressing affordable housing and homelessness issues.
Get the details... 11/30/17 Volunteers are needed to count and survey homeless persons living on the streets within their communities. Volunteers must attend a training session where they will receive instructions on conducting the count and on important safety guidelines. The count and survey will take place on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, between 5:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. On the day of the count, the trained volunteers will meet at 5:30 a.
m. at the Cottonwood Golf Center, 13671 Frederick St., Moreno Valley. Download the flyer... The Moreno Valley City Council charted a plan for the future by adopting the City’s first Strategic Plan on August 16, 2016. The resulting document, known as “Momentum MoVal,” is the result of an incredibly collaborative effort among residents, Council Members, business owners, and other stakeholders in the City’s future.
Moreno Valley’s Large Reserve Funds Continue to Protect City’s Financial Stability. View the plan... The City of Moreno Valley was ranked one of the financially strongest cities in the United States, according to an analysis of city fiscal strength by The Fiscal Times. Moreno Valley was ranked third in the survey of 116 cities with populations over 200,000. Chicago and New York City ranked at the bottom of the analysis of fiscal strength based largely on 2015 financial reports.
Read the article... All public facilities are back to full time schedule and open all non-holiday Fridays.