Volume 268 | March 21 - March 25, 2022
City of Moreno Valley Welcomes Santiago Park
Hundreds of Moreno Valley families joined Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and the Moreno Valley City Council as they officially dedicated Santiago Park, Moreno Valley's 33rd and newest park, on Wednesday, March 23.

Located at 24731 Tiger Avenue, Santiago Park features a brand new playground, basketball courts, shaded picnic areas, a walking trail, acres of green space, and a unique outdoor fitness center where residents can perform 84 different exercises.

Check out our exclusive video about Santiago Park's grand opening, and learn more at movalparks.org.
Springtastic Festival & Egg Hunt is a Week Away
Spring is finally here, and there's no better way to kick off the season than our annual Springtastic event on Saturday, April 2, from 9 am to noon at Sunnymead Park.

Springtastic is a fun and family-friendly event featuring festival games, a Youth Fun Zone, delicious food, an egg hunt, and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny himself!

Join the fun! Sunnymead Park is located at 12655 Perris Boulevard. Visit movalparks.org to learn more.

We'll see you there!
Soar into Spring with the Soaring Activity Guide
Did you know Moreno Valley has a one-stop guide to the best of what our City has to offer?

Check out the Soaring Activity Guide, where you'll find the latest activities, community events, classes, and celebrations that make Moreno Valley an incredible place to live.

Watch our video about the Soaring Activity Guide here. Be sure to look for Soaring in your mailbox or visit moval.org/soaring today!
Getting to Know the Moreno Valley
Public Works Department
Moreno Valley's Public Works Department keeps MoVal moving. 

The Public Works team handles many essential divisions that make Moreno Valley work: Engineering, Land Development, Street Maintenance, Capital Projects, Moreno Valley Utility, and more. 

Moreno Valley's Public Works Department also handles graffiti removal, bulky item pickup, and fills potholes throughout the City. Public Works oversees large-scale City construction like the Moreno Beach Bridge Project and will soon undertake a $50 million road rehabilitation project later this year. 

The City's Public Works team ensures Moreno Valley runs smoothly and stays beautiful.

Learn more about the Public Works Department at moval.org/publicworks.
Pet of the Week: Connie
Our Pet of the Week is Connie, an adorable one-year-old Queensland heeler mix. Connie is filled with nothing but love and compassion, and she just wants to find that special someone to be her best friend. Give Connie a pet, and you won’t be able to resist her charms. Connie is full of delightful energy, and you can’t help but fall in love with her.

If you would like to make Connie 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.