Volume 302 | November 14 - November 18, 2022

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Moreno Valley Unites to Beautify Two Community Parks

Another successful Beautify MoVal Community Day of Service is in the books!

Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and the Moreno Valley City Council joined hundreds of residents on Saturday, November 12, to maintain the beauty of Rock Ridge Park and the Cottonwood Golf Center.

Volunteers of all ages painted curbs, planted trees, picked up litter, and showed their community pride!

Click here to watch our exclusive recap, and for more information on how to keep Moreno Valley beautiful all year long, visit moval.org/beautify.


How to Stay Safe from Fire Danger this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is around the corner, and as Moreno Valley families gather to cook a delicious holiday feast, it's crucial to recognize potential safety hazards in the kitchen. 

Here are a few tips from CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department on how to stay safe this Thanksgiving:

  • Make sure your smoke alarm has fresh batteries. If you need a smoke alarm, get one for free at Moreno Valley City Hall through our SAFER program.
  • Children must always be at least three feet away from the stove. 
  • It's wise to keep a fire extinguisher near the kitchen. Be sure to keep it at least 10 feet away from the stove on the exit side of the kitchen.
  • If your clothing should catch fire, immediately stop, drop, and roll to extinguish the flames. 
  • Keep pot handles on the stove pointing to the back and always watch young children in the kitchen.

Click here to read more safety tips from CAL FIRE, and have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!


Moreno Valley's Fall Day Camp Returns

Next Week

Attention campers: our Fall Day Camp starts next week!

Moreno Valley's Fall Day Camp will take place on November 21-23 at the Conference & Recreation Center, located at 14075 Frederick Street. Campers will enjoy exciting art projects, games, music, fun recreational activities, and so much more! Two snacks will be provided, and campers must come with a prepared lunch.

Our Day Camp is perfect for kids and teens ages 5-14. Space is limited, so don’t miss out!

Registration is $71.10 for MoVal residents and $92.40 for non-residents. Call 951.413.3280 or email us at camps@moval.org for more information, and happy camping!


Moreno Valley Adds Nearly 30,000 Jobs

in Ten Years

The City of Moreno Valley's job growth has increased significantly, creating 29,741 new jobs within the past ten years, according to an independent from the UC Riverside School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. 


Additionally, the report states that Moreno Valley has created 5,768 jobs from the fourth quarter of 2020 to the fourth quarter of 2021—an increase of 11 percent, eclipsing Riverside County's overall growth of 6.6 percent. Wages across Moreno Valley have also risen by three percent. 

These independently provided statistics underscore the fact that Moreno Valley continues to be among California's most robust centers for job creation. 

Click here to read the report, and for more information on how Moreno Valley is moving at the speed of business, visit morenovalleybusiness.com


Pet of the Week: Bruno

Our Pet of the Week is Bruno, an adorable 11-month-old Weimaraner mix. Bruno is always ready to play, and he would love nothing more than to spend his days with the right family. With his playful nature and sweet demeanor, you can’t help but talk about Bruno!


If you would like to make Bruno or any pet from the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter part of your family for free until November 19, please contact the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter at 951.413.3790 or visit www.moval.org/pets



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