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City Hall Closed
December 24 & 25
January 1

Moreno Valley
Wind Symphony
December 3

Snow Day
& Holiday Craft Faire
December 12
Holiday Events:
Winter Fun

Senior Center
Holiday Party
December 18
Library Events:
Every Tuesday
11:00 am

Pee Wee Soccer
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January 8
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Snow Day
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El Niņo: Get Ready! 
The El Niņo season will likely bring record inches of rain to the community. Without making a significant effort to be prepared, our City and its residents could face lasting impacts. The Office of Emergency Management and Volunteer Services has a plan and all residents can be part of it. Visit our webpage to learn more.
Free pre-filled sandbags are available at most Fire Stations in Moreno Valley. Contact oem@moval.org for more information. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @MoValCityHall for updates.

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Giving Back
Holiday Cheer
Moreno Valley Police Department (MVPD) works overtime helping people in need. During this season of giving, the MVPD worked to Stuff the Bus for Operation Safehouse last month. Thank you for your help!  
Now they're taking holiday fun on the road as well as hosting a grand holiday event with the Holiday Cheer program. During the Holiday Cheer Parade, children are treated with candy, small toys, lights & sirens, and best of all- SANTA!!

MVPD is holding a candy drive to help deliver lots of sweet treats to Moreno Valley Children. Find out more about how you can help MVPD provide a cheerful holiday season for those in need by calling 951.486.6716.
Spark of Love Toy Drive
Every year, tens of thousands of children experience Christmas morning with no gifts to open. To bring smiles to these children, the Moreno Valley Fire Department, in cooperation with CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire and KABC Channel 7, hosts a "Spark of Love Toy Drive".  Residents that wish to be part of this special event are encouraged to drop off a new, unwrapped toy or sports equipment at any local fire station to support this worthwhile cause.
With your support, children throughout Moreno Valley will receive a new toy this holiday season. On December 5th and 6th, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Moreno Valley Fire Department will be kicking off the "Spark of Love Toy Drive" event with "Stuff the Truck" at WalMart located at 12721 Moreno Beach Dr. Donations will be accepted in an attempt to fill the truck at WalMart and will also be accepted at any of the City's seven fire stations through December 24, 2015:
  • Fire Station #2, 24935 Hemlock Avenue
  • Fire Station #65, 15111 Indian Avenue
  • Fire Station #6, 22250 Eucalyptus Avenue  
  • Fire Station #91, 16110 Lasselle Street
  • Fire Station #48, 10511 Village Road  
  • Fire Station #99, 13400 Morrison Street
  • Fire Station #58, 28040 Eucalyptus Avenue
Have a Green Christmas!
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Moval iMap- New Business Tool
The City is aggressively marketing our retail centers to attract new shops, restaurants and services. The new Destination MoVal Retail iMap is a GIS based map that allows prospective retailers, restauranteurs, and site selectors to easily find information about locations in Moreno Valley that are perfect for them.
Take a tour by locating the iMap on our website.

Economic Development Update

Curious about what's coming to Moreno Valley?  Want to be the first to know about coming businesses and new developments under construction?  Check out the updated Economic Development Summary.

Moreno Valley Fire Department
Holiday Safety Tips

The Moreno Valley Fire Department would like everyone to be safe this holiday season!
Follow the link to tips on chimney maintenance and home heating safety. The importance of fire safety during the holiday season cannot be overstated.

Live Christmas trees tend to dry out over time and can become dangerous fire hazards. Between 2009-2013, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 210 home fires that started with Christmas trees. These fires caused an average of 7 deaths, 19 injuries, and $17.5 million in direct property damage annually. Please visit the Moreno Valley Fire Department webpage to learn more about how to keep your family and home safe from Christmas tree fires.


Looking for something to do? The Moreno Valley Community Calendar is the place to look when it comes to meetings and events in Moreno Valley.


The Calendar is available to all organizations in Moreno Valley hosting a meeting or event that is open to the public to help get the word out. The online form is easy to use. For questions, email the Media & Communications Division at mvtv3@moval.org.

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