Help Shape the Future of Beaumont
The City of Beaumont has a number of advisory boards, commissions and committees, which are comprised of volunteers from within the community. Generally, these groups make recommendations to the City Council regarding actions and policies affecting municipal government, City departments and the community. 

City Council is seeking to fill several vacancies on the Economic Development Committee, Finance and Audit Committee and Board of Administrative Appeals.

Economic Development Committee
The Economic Development Committee was created by the Council to serve at the pleasure of the Council and act as an advisory capacity to develop an Economic Development Strategic Plan for growth and recommend a vision for the future of Beaumont. The Committee meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. This is a non-compensated position.

City Council is seeking applications to fill one (1) vacancy:

Finance & Audit Committee
The Committee serves as advisory to the City Council and shall make recommendations regarding City investment policies and practices, long-term financial planning, and such other matters as the City Council may request from time to time. The Committee meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. This is a non-compensated position.

City Council is seeking applications to fill three (3) vacancies:
  • Resident Member - 1 seat
  • Resident/Business Owner - 1 seat
  • Alternate Member - 1 seat
  • Application

Board of Administrative Appeals
Board members are called upon, on an as-needed basis to conduct administrative hearings on written appeals made pursuant to the Beaumont Municipal Code. This is a non-compensated position.

City Council is seeking applications to fill four (4) vacancies:

Additional information is available online at www.BeaumontCa.gov under Committees and Commissions. The Beaumont City Council will conduct a review of applicants at the regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. The deadline to submit an application is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. Questions regarding the application process may be directed to the Deputy City Clerk at (951) 572-3196.
Fight F.O.G. this Holiday Season
Fats, oil and grease (commonly referred to as F.O.G) can be found in the following:
  • Meats (chicken, beef, fish, pork, bacon, turkey)
  • Dairy products
  • Cooking agents (lard, shortening, butter, cooking oil)
  • Certain condiments (mayonnaise, gravy, salad dressing, sauces, icing)
  • Food scraps

F.O.G. Buildup is Dangerous to You and the Environment
F.O.G. is not broken down by garbage disposals. When you pour F.O.G. down your kitchen sink, it enters the sewer system where it cools and eventually congeals into a solid “ball” of grease.

These balls cause blockages in the sewer system, posing dangerous health and environmental risks and increasing costs for you, the customer. Blockages in the sewer system can cause raw sewage to back up into your home or your neighbors’ homes. Blockages can also spill into creeks, rivers, and streams, causing significant environmental damage.

Preventing Problems from Fats, Oils and Grease Buildup
Never pour fats, oils or grease in sink drains or toilets. You can prevent F.O.G by following these simple tips:
  • SCRAPE grease solids directly into a lined trash can.
  • POUR cooled liquid grease into a sealed container.
  • WIPE remaining grease and debris with a paper towel and throw in the trash.

Civic Center EV Charging Update
The City of Beaumont ChargePoint DC Fast Charging Electric Vehicle charging stations at the Beaumont Civic Center will soon see a fee increase during peak hours.

The Beaumont City Council has approved a 20-cent fee increase during peak hours. The update brings the user fees in line with the increased SCE rates and brings the City’s rates in line with other local electric vehicle charging station rates.

  • $0.55 per kWh energy fee during SCE peak hours (4 pm - 9 pm)
  • $0.35 per kWh energy fee all other times
  • $2 per hour parking fee after the first hour

The charging stations are open 24 hours a day to all plug-in electric vehicles.The fast-charge stations can provide up to a 250-mile charge in one hour.

The Beaumont ChargePoint DC Fast Charging Stations are available at the Civic Center public parking lot located at 6th Street and Orange Avenue.
Elevate Your Career - Join Team Beaumont!
Interested in working with the public to make a positive impact in your community? If so, you're invited to consider the following employment opportunities:

  • Recreation Specialist
  • On-Call Bus Driver
  • Full-time Bus Driver
  • Lateral Public Safety Dispatcher II
  • Reserve Police Officer
  • Police Cadet

The City of Beaumont is a local employer of choice, offering fulfilling career opportunities with competitive wages and benefits. Don't see your dream job? Sign up for future employment opportunity notifications at governmentjobs.com/careers/beaumontca
Career and Employment Outreach Services
Available at the Civic Center
*HOLIDAY SCHEDULE CHANGE: The MSCJ Career Center will be at the Civic Center on December 2. The event will return to the regular schedule in January.

The City of Beaumont is pleased to partner with the Mt. San Jacinto Community College (MSJC) in 2021 and 2022 to provide career and employment outreach services to the residents of Beaumont. 

The MSJC Mobile Career Center (MCC) is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that can help first-time career seekers and career changers make successful career and life choices. The MCC and MSJC Career Center staff will be available at the Beaumont Civic Center from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the second Thursday* of each month through July 2022. 

Services offered:
  • Career search assistance
  • Resume building
  • Mock interviews
  • Employment soft skills
  • Continuing education information

The Beaumont Civic Center is located at 550 E. 6th Street. For questions regarding the Mobile Career Center and workforce development training in Beaumont, please contact Kyle Warsinski, Economic Development Manager, at (951) 769-8527.
Holiday Festivities bring out lights, sirens, and Santa!

If you are hearing a lot of sirens on Saturday, December 11th, don’t panic, it is all in good fun. During the morning hours, the Beaumont Police Department is hosting our annual Shop with a Cop Event. During this event, deserving children from the Pass area will be escorted by officers from the Banning and Beaumont Police Department to Walmart for some early Christmas shopping. It is a fun event for our officers to give back to our community and treat some special children to a day they won’t soon forget.

Later that evening, the Beaumont Police Department is hosting our annual “Operation Santa” event. Santa will accompany the Beaumont Police Department and volunteers from Festive Fire Engines and will make their way through the City of Beaumont on a pre-planned route to spread holiday cheer throughout the community. The 2021 map will be released on our Facebook page soon. If we aren’t visiting your neighborhood this season feel free to stop along the route to wave hello as Santa makes his way through the city and back to the North Pole!

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday!

Sean Thuilliez
Chief of Police
Beaumont Police Department
Don’t be discouraged if you will miss Santa on the 11th, our friends from the Festive Fire Engines will be visiting neighborhoods throughout December. Check out their Facebook page for their schedule and routes.
Parks & Rec and Beaumont Transit
Each year Beaumont staff and volunteers look forward to bringing holiday cheer to local seniors through the Thanksgiving Meal Delivery Program. The annual event provides hot Thanksgiving meals to homebound or disabled seniors living in Beaumont/Cherry Valley.

The to-go-style dinners will include the traditional Thanksgiving fare of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, vegetables, rolls, and condiments. And of course, there will be pie for dessert. To register for dinner delivery, please contact the Beaumont Senior Center at (951)769-8539. All dinners will be delivered on Thursday, November 25, 2021.
Non-perishable food items needed:
  • Vegetables (beans, corn, potatoes, carrots, etc.)
  • Fruit (non-perishable)
  • Soups
  • Meat (tuna, chicken)
  • Meal in a can (chili, Spaghetti-Os pasta, etc.)
  • Instant mashed potatoes
  • Macaroni & cheese
  • Crackers
  • Stuffing
  • Rice
  • Top Ramen
  • Flour/Sugar
  • Beans
All donations will be given to Winter Wish, a local program that provides gifts and food to local families in need during the holiday season.
Join the City of Beaumont on Saturday, December 11, 2021, for the 23rd Annual Holiday Light Parade.

The parade will begin at 5:00 p.m. at the intersection of Beaumont Avenue and 10th Street. The route will travel south on Beaumont Avenue to 6th Street and conclude at the Civic Center. The theme for the 2021 parade is“Rockin’ in a Winter Wonderland ” and will feature marching bands, themed floats, decorated golf carts, and local groups showing off their holiday spirit.
The Beaumont Civic Center is located at 550 E. 6th Street. For more information, please call the Beaumont Parks & Recreation Department at (951) 769-8524

Can you believe it, Santa has asked us to help collect letters from all the boys and girls of Beaumont! Use our custom template to tell Santa how good you have been this year.

Our Beaumont Elves will review the letters and issue official Nice List Certificates on behalf of Santa Claus!


Please write clearly, only templates with a legible name and address will receive a Nice List Certificate. For questions, please contact Elf Harwood at (951)769-8524
Community Recreation Center Programs
Monday/Wednesday/Friday | 8:30 am to 9:15 am
$5 per class

Monday | 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Wednesday | 11 am to 1 pm

Friday | 10:30 am to 11:30 am
50 cents donation per card

Chair Yoga
Tuesday/Thursday | 1 pm to 1:45 pm
$8 per class - pre-registration required
Cookie Decorating
Adult and youth cooking decorating with royal icing. Schedule varies.
$30 - $45 per person per class

Fit After 50*
Monday/Wednesday/Friday | 9:15 am to 10:15 am

Junior Ballet
Parent & Me | 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm
Introductory Ballet | 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm
$50 per month

Monday | 11 am to 1 pm
Tuesday | 8 am to 10 am
Recreation activities now require a Recreation Pass. Passes can be purchased for $10 per month/per activity. For questions on becoming a member, please speak with the front desk receptionist. Become a member now by registering on beaumontca.recdesk.com
Beaumont Transit is offering FREE FARES for all
passengers on Friday, November 26th!
November 25 & 26 | City Admin Offices CLOSED for Thanksgiving
Tuesday, December 7 | 6 pm - City Council
Wednesday, December 8 | 4 pm - Economic Development Committee
Monday, December 13 | 6 pm - Finance & Audit Committee
Tuesday, December 14 | 6 pm - Planning Commission
December 23, 24 & 27 | City Admin Offices CLOSED for Christmas

Beaumont Civic Center
550 E. 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223

Phone: 951-769-8520

Monday - Thursday:
8 am - 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 12 pm