Volume 68 | May 14 - May 18, 2018
Moreno Valley Utility Mobile App Helps Customers Save Energy, Money
Moreno Valley Utility customers can now review their electricity usage, pay their bills and quickly apply for rebates on Energy Star appliances with the new MyMVU mobile app and online customer portal.

The free mobile app provides secure access to accounts, payment options and electricity usage tracking. The same services are also available through an online customer portal designed for desktop computers.

MyMVU also provides easy access to energy efficiency programs and information – allowing customers to easily apply for rebates for Energy Star appliances and submit the necessary receipts right from their phones.

Customers can also access efficiency tips to learn how to save energy - and money on their next bill.

The mobile app is available on both iOS and Android platforms. Download your free app today from the Apple and Google Play stores. Customers can easily set up the online portal by visiting www.mvumobile.com/portal/ from any desktop computer.

For more information, visit www.moval.org/mvutility or contact customer service at 844-341-6469.

Grant to Fund City Study on Additional Walking, Biking Opportunities
A Sustainable Communities grant from the California Department of Transportation will help the City study whether to add additional walking and bicycling opportunities to Dracaea Avenue.

The study will gather input from the community to see if Dracaea could function as a Neighborhood Greenway, a residential street with low volumes of auto traffic and low speeds where bicycles and pedestrians are given priority.

Dracaea Avenue provides direct connection to thirteen schools, multi-use trails, four parks, multiple bus stops, and two major shopping centers.

Later this year the City will hold community workshops to gather public input to help establish the vision and goals for the Corridor Master Plan.
Online Resources Workshop for Students
Attention Class of 2018!

Are you a recent graduate or about to graduate?

Don’t have a lot of work experience?

Confused about online resources for jobs?

The Employment Resource Center will offer a workshop to help you shape your personal brand and polish the way you present yourself to others online. Learn the basics, as well as advanced features of online resources such as mentors, jobs and internship opportunities. 
Moreno Valley Employment Resource Center
Thursday, May 24, 2018
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
12625 Frederick Street, Suite K-3 Moreno Valley

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to get noticed online!
Meet Your Police Officers at Coffee with a Cop on May 23
Join your neighbors and officers for coffee and conversation at Coffee with a Cop on May 23.

No agenda or speeches. Just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the police officers who are working hard to keep Moreno Valley safe.

Coffee with a Cop
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Jack in the Box
25950 Iris Avenue
Moreno Valley

City Survey Wants to Know What Services Are Important to You
A recently conducted survey indicated that Moreno Valley residents strongly prioritize public safety and quality of life services. As we continue to prepare for the future, we are committed to protecting and maintaining the vital city services to make Moreno Valley a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

Over the last 10 years, the State has taken over $50 million in locally controlled funds from the City. More than 2/3rds of Moreno Valley residents believe that the City needs additional funding to protect and maintain key city services.

Maintaining rapid 9-1-1 emergency response times is among our top priorities. Fast response times to 9-1-1 calls are critical for saving lives. Moreno Valley is working hard to maintain the rapid response times of our City’s paramedics, firefighters, and emergency medical workers who are the first to respond and save lives.

We are also working to preserve vital youth services. Studies show that between 3 and 6 p.m. – the hours after school ends and before parents typically return home from work – children without an after-school activity are three times more likely to get into trouble. Supervised after-school park, recreation, and library programs are essential to keep children safe, off the streets, and out of trouble.

The community survey also showed that Moreno Valley residents support other key city services, such as:

  • Maintaining robbery and burglary suppression programs
  • Maintaining safe and clean public areas
  • Repairing potholes, local streets, and roads
  • Enhancing recreation and youth programs and facilities

Make Your Voice Heard

The City is engaging the community further about how we can address our public safety and quality of life service needs. Please let us know what City services are important to you by filling out a Community Feedback Form TODAY.

If you'd rather submit a printed form, here's a downloadable Community Feedback Form .

For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions .
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