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Senior Center:

Luau 
August 18
DDOS

Dog Days of Summer
Pet Adoption
August 23-27
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Guided Twilight Nature Walk  
August 20

6:45 - 8:15 pm
Lake Perris
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Vanguard Art Expo & MusicFest 
August 20

5 - 9 pm
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Wine and Paint at the Vanguard
August 25

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MVUSD Unity Conference 
August 27

YouthFest
 YouthFest
2016 
September 10

HTTT

Hike to the Top:

Lake Perris
September 24 
Soaring

2016
Summer
Recreation Guide

 

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State of the City


The Moreno Valley City Council invites you to attend the annual State of the City luncheon taking place Thursday, August 25th from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. This is the perfect opportunity to learn about some of the great accomplishments achieved this past year, and about some of the exciting things the City has to look forward to. The luncheon will be held at the Conference and Recreation Center located at 14075 Frederick St, Moreno Valley, CA 92553. Contact the City's event partner, Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce to RSVP: 951.697.4404.


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Moreno Valley Police Department Hosts
National Night Out 


 
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police / community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, August 2nd. Contact the Moreno Valley Police Department Community Services Unit at 951.486.6700 for more information.



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Shop Local for Back to School


 
Before the first bell rings, you can make a big difference in the community by shopping locally this back-to-school season. Locally owned, independent businesses offer great products and outstanding customer service, all while energizing the local economy. Save time. Save Money. Support local business. Shop MoVal!



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Special activities designed to introduce children to storytelling and to build a foundation for reading readiness happen every Tuesday & Thursday at 11 a.m. in the story room at the Moreno Valley Public Library. Thursdays will have a unique bilingual focus. Please arrive 15 minutes early as parking can be limited.
   
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The hottest part of the day is also the time when energy demand is at its highest - from 12 to 6 p.m. Here are simple ways that the City of Moreno Valley, Moreno Valley Utility, and the Community Energy Partnership encourage you to reduce your energy usage during peak hours to help you save when it counts most:
 
  • Keep the thermostat on your A/C set to 78F.
  • Use major appliances after 9 p.m.
  • Make sure coffee pots, radios and other electronics have been turned off or are unplugged when not in use.
  • Turn off your computer screen saver (it wastes power by keeping your computer active).
  • Set your computer to turn your monitor off after 10 minutes of non-use and your hard drive after 20 minutes.
  • Devices such as laptops can run on battery power during the day and then be recharged at night. Don't forget to unplug when not charging.
  • Not using your oven during warmer temperatures will help your air conditioner work less to cool your home.
  • Set pool pumps for overnight cycle.
The state of California may issue a Flex Alert - an urgent call to conserve energy immediately. When you hear a Flex Alert, save electricity quickly by turning off unnecessary lights and following any of the tips mentioned here. Go to www.flexalert.org or www.moval.org/utility for more information.



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Business Spotlight:

Sizzler
 


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Back-to-School Safety Message



 

 



 
There is a lot that can be done to plan for disasters, to limit risk, to increase the safety of students and teachers, and to ensure that schools recover quickly. However, the time to prepare is now!


Prepare a "school emergency supplies" kit for each of your children. Let them help you put the kit together. What they have on hand when a disaster occurs could make a big difference in their safety and survival. A list of some of the recommended items that could be included in each child's emergency supplies kit is as follows:
  •  Emergency drinking water (3-day to one-week supply)
  •  Non-perishable food (3-day to one-week supply)
  •  First aid kit and book
  •  Essential medications
  •  Lightstick or a flashlight with extra batteries
  •  Identification card
  •  Family photos
  •  Towelettes
  •  Blanket
  •  Medical release card
  •  Emergency telephone numbers
  •  Change of clothing
  •  Favorite toy
Teach your children about what to do in an emergency. Make sure they know their own names, addresses, and telephone numbers as well as the full names and contact information for parents, and a second adult emergency contact. To learn more about school safety or for other helpful information go to the Moreno Valley Fire Department webpage.
 
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What's New in Moreno Valley
 
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.
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Find out what is happening in MoVal!   The Community Calendar is the place to look when it comes to community events and meetings 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, send an email to mvtv3@moval.org.


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