Volume 221 | April 26 - 30, 2021
City Celebrates Business & Employment Resource Center Ribbon Cutting
On Friday, April 30, the City of Moreno Valley celebrated the Business & Employment Resource Center's (BERC) official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The BERC provides job-seeking and employment recruitment services directly to Moreno Valley residents. With the BERC's America's Job Centers of California (AJCC) designation, residents of Moreno Valley will have access to more comprehendsive resources for their business and employment needs. Despite the pandemic, the BERC has been continuously open to the public and has even expanded resources. Over the past few years, this Center has helped thousands of Moreno Valley residents with their job searches. The success of the BERC is a testament to the Moreno Valley Mayor, City Council, and Staff's effort to connect residents with good local jobs.

For more information about the Business and Employment Resource Center, visit www.moval.org/berc.
Keeping Moreno Valley Graffiti Free
The City of Moreno Valley is committed to beautifying our City and enhancing the quality of life of our neighborhoods and communities. The need to quickly address items such as Graffiti is an essential part of achieving our beautification goals. MoVal's Graffiti Abatement Program is staffed with a dedicated crew tasked to diligently and quickly respond to reported graffiti removal requests seven days per week.

Report Graffiti

24hr Graffiti Hotline
Call (951) 413-3171

Mobile Reporting (Apple App Store & Google Play)
Search “City of Moreno Valley” in your mobile device's marketplace

City Website

For more information about the City of Moreno Valley's Graffiti Removal Program, please visit www.moval.org/maintenance or contact the Public Works Maintenance and Operations Division at (951) 413-3160.
Think Globally, Act Locally, Recycle Today!
Did you know that California State Law requires residents of apartment complexes and multi-family units to recycle? Multi-family properties with five or more units must recycle items such as empty bottles, cans, and paper. Recycling reduces litter, beautifies our community, and is great for our environment.

To find out more about what resources are available for recycling, visit www.moval.org/cleanup

Pet of the Week: Shiloh
Our Pet of the Week is Shiloh. He is a sweet and shy Labrador Retriever that's about to turn two. It may take a moment for Shiloh to warm up to you, but once he does, you won't find a more loyal companion. Shiloh is a great dog for a family that has love in their hearts to spare.
If you would like to make Shiloh or any pet from the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter part of your family, please contact the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter at 951.413.3790 or visit www.moval.org/pets.
A Visit to Bethune Park
Summer is near, and there is not a cooler place in town than Bethune Park. Located at 16745 Kitching Street, Bethune Park is loaded with amenities including a playground, barbecues, picnic tables/shelters, restrooms, tennis courts, ball fields, and an exciting water feature. Bethune Park is the perfect place to chill out on warm days. Learn more online about Valley Bethune Park and all of Moreno Valley's beautiful parks!