The Moreno Valley community planted two beautiful, new Crepe Myrtle trees at Westbluff Park during the Beautify MoVal Community Day of Service on Saturday, February 11.
The two young deciduous trees have a lifespan of over 50 years and feature pink flowers that bloom from summer to fall. Mayor Ulises Cabrera assisted Park Maintenance staff with planting these two trees.
Moreno Valley has over 15,000 trees across town. The City has been named a Tree City USA for nearly a decade, a testament to our commitment to keeping Moreno Valley a healthy and sustainable place to live.
To learn more about our amazing trees, parks, trails, and events, visit moval.org/parks.