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Recreation Expo
March 5
9 am - 1 pm

Low Cost
Rabies Vaccinations
March 5
8:30 - 11:30 am
readingprogramLibrary In n Out Reading Program 
March 5 -
April 16
11 am

March 12
10 am - 1 pm
Senior Center
St Patty's
March 17 
1 pm
Pet Adoptions
March 17 - 19

Bulky Waste
Clean-Up Event
March 19
8 am - 12 pm
Valley Kids
Day Camp
March 21 - 25
March 28 - April 1
Public Safety Expo
Save the Date
April 2
10 am - 2 pm
Household Hazardous Waste Event
April 16
9 am - 2 pm

Air Show 2016
April 16 - 17

byronmotleyLibrary Author Event
Byron Motley
April 19
6 pm

April 23
9 am - 12 pm

Recreation Guide


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Mayor's Minute


Mayor Gutierrez has a few community highlights to share.
Council Connection


Council Member LaDonna Jempson shares information about an upcoming workshop for parents.

As part of the Riverside County Gang Task Force, the Riverside County District Attorney's Office is offering a class for parents and others to identify effective strategies for managing disobedient and rebellious children. The class will be held March 10th at 6 p.m. at Moreno Valley High School.
Public Safety Expo


Moreno Valley residents are in for a treat as the City rolls out its third annual Public Safety Expo on April 2nd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families will enjoy this interactive day with leading public safety agencies that provide services in Moreno Valley - all in a festive atmosphere complete with music provided by KOLA 99.9, food, giveaways and appearances by McGruff the Crime Dog, Smokey Bear and Sparky the Fire Dog. This free family friendly event is also great for those who may be considering a career in law enforcement or fire services. Visit the event page for more information.

Easter Events

Parks & Community Services provides super fun and affordable activities for kids in Moreno Valley. Come check them out!
Get Active in MoVal

The City's Recreational Trails Board hosts the Hike to the Top program to get MoVal residents outside and enjoying the natural environment surrounding the City. Join us for the upcoming hike March 26th to the top of San Timoteo Canyon.

Video Game Design

They play them, now they can learn to program them- video games! Working in teams, students will develop and design their own video games that they will be able to take home and play. Go to Parks & Community Services for registration information.


There's something special about being neighborly. Nextdoor.com provides a neighborhood based social networking site so that you can communicate with just your neighbors.  

Moreno Valley is proud of its military heritage. The Military Banners and Pavers program is one way we can work together to honor service men and women. Click here to find out more.



Moreno Valley Welcomes
Riverside University Health System
Campus Expansion

The City of Moreno Valley recently welcomed the coming expansion of the Riverside University Health System campus (formerly known as Riverside County Regional Medical Center), located in the medical corridor within the City's eastern area. This prominent regional project marks another key milestone in achieving the City Council's vision for development of a high-tech medical corridor within Moreno Valley.

Want to be the First to Know?
Curious about what's coming to Moreno Valley?  If you want to be the first to know about new businesses and new developments, check out the updated Economic Development Summary. Click here.
Fire Prevention- What to do? Who to call?

The Fire Prevention Bureau has an effect on our daily lives by safeguarding the community from fire and environmental hazards as they work hard to ensure that all fire safety regulations are followed.  Read more about smoke detection devices, fire extinguisher requirements, business inspections and more. 

With California's continuing drought conditions, the City has made water conservation a priority.  In response to the drought, EMWD implemented Stage 4C of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan and is mandating a 70% reduction of potable water use for outdoor landscaping. The appearance of our community's public landscaping will change as we adjust to the changing weather patterns and work together to preserve our water supply. Click here to learn more about the steps the City has taken to reduce potable water use.
EMWD encourages everyone to participate in its 2016 "Winter Outdoor Watering" (WOW) Challenge.  For every inch of rain, customers can stop irrigating for a week.
The City Council discussed the drought and its impacts to our public landscaping during it February 9th Study Session.  Both EMWD's and the City's presentation can be viewed from the City's website.

Connect With Us and Share Ideas

The City of Moreno Valley provides several ways to help you stay informed and engaged. Check us out:


Want to find out what's going on in Moreno Valley? The Community Calendar is the place to look when it comes to meetings and events in the community.

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, send an email to mvtv3@moval.org.

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