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REMINDER: Fireworks are illegal in the City of Jurupa Valley

Dec 19 2017

With the approach of New Years Eve and New Years Day, residents are reminded that fireworks are prohibited in the City of Jurupa Valley under City adopted Riverside County ordinances. Violators caught possessing or shooting of fireworks will be fined and prosecuted. Any resident that observes any activity related to fireworks should contact the Sheriff Department immediately to report. If an exact address of the location is available, it should be reported. The Sheriff number to call is the non- ...

New Mobile Vendor Regulations

Nov 21 2017

New mobile vendor regulations have been published.  Please visit the dedicated web page to learn more about the regulations and how to apply for a permit.

Limonite Avenue - Lane Closures November 16 & 17, 2017

Nov 16 2017

Limonite Avenue - Emergency Lane Closures - A high-powered electrical line has been compromised during consution maintenance activity on Limonite Avenue near Lucretia Avenue.  The electrical outage will impact signals on Limonite Avenue near and between between Wineville Avenue and Etiwanda Avenue.  Outage is expected to last through November 16, 2017 and possibly through the morning of November 17, 2017.  Residents and commuters are advised to avoid the area due to expected heavy ...

Now Accepting Survey Responses for CDBG Consolidated Plan

Oct 03 2017

The City of Jurupa Valley is now accepting survey comments for the creation of the City's first Consolidated Plan.  The Consolidated Plan is a strategic document that outlines how the City will prioritize CDBG funding.  CDBG funding typically goes to social service initiatives, infrastructure improvements, and housing efforts.  Click here for more info.

New County Web Page for SB 132-funded Projects

Jul 20 2017

The County of Riverside has created a web page with information regarding new projects that will be funded with the passage of Senate Bill 132 ("Gas Tax").  From the web page: "Recognizing the significant traffic congestion that Riverside County residents face every day, the State of California has dedicated $427 million to improve five major transportation projects known as the Riverside County Transportation Efficiency Corridor (RCTEC). The Riverside County Transportation D ...