Volume 315 | February 13 - February 17, 2023

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Hundreds of Residents Work Alongside City Council Members to Beautify MoVal

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

Hundreds of community members came together on Saturday, February 11 to maintain the beauty of Westbluff Park and JFK Memorial Park. Residents of all ages painted curbs, planted trees, raked leaves, and more!

The Beautify MoVal Community Day of Service showcased the power of community pride!

Click here to watch our exclusive recap and learn more about the Beautify MoVal program at moval.org/beautify.


Moreno Valley Plants Two New Trees to "Spruce Up" Westbluff Park

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.


Make Your Voice Heard at Next Week's Telephone Town Hall

Our Telephone Town Hall meeting is less than a week away!

Join Mayor Ulises Cabrera as he takes your calls live on Wednesday, February 22, starting at 6 p.m. during the Telephone Town Hall. The Telephone Town Hall is your opportunity to call in and ask questions about what's happening in Moreno Valley!

The meeting will be in a radio show-style format and available in English and Spanish. Residents can call in and ask questions or sit back and listen to what the Moreno Valley community has to say.

To register, visit moval.org/townhall


Showcase Your Art in City Facilities

Are you a Moreno Valley-based artist? Here's your chance to show your talents!

The City is currently accepting applications for local artists to showcase their work in City facilities as part of the Art Loan program. Family-friendly works of art are currently being accepted for display in the Moreno Valley Council Chamber, the Moreno Valley Public Library, and several other City facilities.

The deadline for submittal is February 24, 2023. Art pieces will be on display through May 2023.

Interested? Learn more and apply art moval.org/artloan.


Pet of the Week: Ranger

Our Pet of the Week is Ranger, an incredibly friendly ten-year-old Beagle/Border Collie Mix. The best two words to describe Ranger are sweet and laidback, and he’s a dog that wants to sit back and relax with you. Ranger is well-trained and loves good company, and he would thrive with a family that appreciates an easygoing day at home or the park.

If you would like to make Ranger 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.



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