A Message from the City Manager...

Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”  With nearly 50 wineries framed by beautiful sunsets, a charming Old Town as captivating as the luxurious Pechanga Resort Casino, vast shopping and dining opportunities surrounded by our majestic rolling hills and picturesque landscapes, the quote by Marcel Proust reminds me of why I love Temecula—especially in the Spring.


This month, I would like to simply acknowledge how truly thankful I am for the individuals who live, work, or volunteer their time and/or talents in service of this great City. Since incorporation in 1989, the City has experienced tremendous activity, resulting in the high quality of life enjoyed today. One constant, however, has been the incredible community engagement from our residents. In addition to Temecula’s natural beauty, the City has built a reputation of greatness as a safe and family-friendly community. In order to maintain this excellence—we want and need to continue to hear and learn from you—our truly deserving citizenry. We will always value the feedback of those who choose to live, work, and play in Temecula.


To keep up with our growing community and a very fitting mayoral theme of Temecula Safe, I am pleased to share that we will be hiring five additional full time Deputies to our law enforcement ranks (three this budget year and two next fiscal year), along with two more Code Enforcement Officers as we increase our proactive public safety and community beautification efforts.


Remember, from our signature special events, cultural arts, park and recreation amenities, senior and library services to street maintenance, business licenses, building permits and more— feel free to continue to engage the City by attending City Council and/or Commission meetings, community workshops or by using the various communications, social media and City app platforms that we offer. We are proud to be of service and remain here for you. That’s the Temecula Way.

-Aaron Adams, City Manager


Temecula Valley Job Fair

Promenade Temecula (in the Theater Plaza)

Saturday, March 19, 2022

11am - 4pm

The Job Fair is free for the community. Hundreds of job openings in a wide range of industries are expected, so bring many copies of your resume. For information, email [email protected].

This event is hosted by the City of Temecula, Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, Visit Temecula Valley, Mt. San Jacinto College, and RivCo Workforce.

Follow the @CityofTemecula about this event and other citywide news.

Easter Egg Hunt

April 16, 2022

9:30am - 11am

Join at us one of the three sites to have your face painted, get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny, and be ready to hunt at 10am sharp. Egg hunt is for children ages 0-12 years. Don't forget your basket!


  • Temeku Hills Park
  • Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park
  • Harveston Community Park

Easter Egg Hunt Information


Temecula Rod Run

April 29 & 30, 2022

Friday Night Cruise: 5pm-8pm

Come watch while these classic vehicles roam around, rev up their engines and honk their horns! 

Saturday Show & Shine: 9am-4pm

Take a close look at hundreds of classic vehicles as they line the streets of Old Town!

About the Event


New Sports Park Open

The Sports Ranch at Sommers Bend is now open to the public! This 22-acre sports park includes two baseball fields, two soccer fields, two basketball courts, a playground, multiple pavilion shelters with picnic tables, BBQs, and plenty of open space.

More information


New Pump Track Open

There is a brand new Pump Track at Long Canyon Park. Bring your bikes, scooters, skates, or skateboards! Don't forget your helmets and pads. This park is located at 29657 North General Kearny Road.

Temecula Facilities & Parks Info

ALSO: Plans for a complete reconstruction of the Skate Park and Hockey Rink at

Ronald Reagan Sports Park is in the works!

Winchester Road Pavement Rehabilitation

From February 28th through March 4th, 2022, 7am-4:30pm, Winchester Road is undergoing a pavement rehabilitation project from Enterprise Circle to 500 feet west of Diaz Rd. Some lanes remain open, but drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes or be prepared for delays. 

Mary Phillips Senior Center Renovation

This year the City will renovate the Senior Center. The project will include new exterior siding, painting, replacement of perimeter soffits, fascia boards, eaves, and select doors & windows.

Learn more about the services offered at the Mary Phillips Senior Center.

Margarita Recreation Center is under Reconstruction!

The City of Temecula came in like a Wrecking Ball to start the long-awaited demolition of the Margarita Community Center (MRC) located at 29119 Margarita Road. Exciting renovations are coming to Temecula!

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The City is Hiring

Find employment opportunities at the City, and apply to join our team. Seasonal to full-time positions are available. Check job openings HERE.



Every ten years Council Member Districts must be redrawn so that each District is substantially equal in population. This process, called redistricting, is important to ensure that each City Council Member represents about the same number of constituents.

How can I get involved? The City Council has been holding hearings to receive public input on where district lines should be drawn. So far, three public hearings have been held in August, September and January. Join us for the fourth and final public hearing scheduled for March 8, 2022 at 7pm to be held in the City Council Chambers at City Hall located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590. You may also submit public comments, including suggested draft maps, via email to [email protected]. More information can be found HEREPara obtener información en español, visite:


Urban Forest Summit

March 16, 2022, 5pm

Temecula City Hall

Conference Center

41000 Main Street, Temecula

The City of Temecula, in partnership with Dudek, is hosting an Urban Forest Summit on March 16 from 5pm to 7:30pm at Temecula City Hall inside the Conference Center.

The Urban Forest Summit will provide community members a space to share their thoughts about the opportunities and challenges relating to Temecula’s urban forest. 

Register to attend HERE.

The main goal of the Urban Forest Management Plan is to make sure every resident in the City lives in a neighborhood that is healthy, clean and safe. Achieving this, in part, depends on the City’s trees and their ability to help create and maintain a resilient City that will continue to thrive with new and changing environmental conditions and challenges.


Blood Donations Needed

Local blood supply levels are dangerously low and have forced some hospitals to defer patients from major surgery. Your donation is needed. Appointments are required to donate blood. For more information, and to make an appointment, visit:

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Download the City App

The City App is a convenient and immediate way to contact City staff or report an issue. Plus, we continue to add new features and information, including a live count of how many parking spaces are available in the Old Town Parking Garage. Download it today from the App Store.



-Ronald Regan Sports Park (30875 Rancho Vista Road) by appointment only at The testing van will be in the parking lot near the swimming pool on March 5 and March 19 from 8:30am-3:30pm. If a specific date is no longer listed, then appointments are filled.

-MSJC is currently providing free COVID-19 testing to the public weekly 7am-4pm Tuesday-Thursday, and 7am-12pm on Friday. The Temecula campus is located at 41888 Motor Car Parkway. For more information, call 951-465-8371 or click HERE.

-Every household in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 FREE at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests at

-For more information about local COVID-19 testing options, click HERE.





Private clinics or organizations (community providers) that are administering the vaccine to the public can be found here:


Riverside County Public Health

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 951-358-5000

State Vaccination Hotline: 833-422-4255 

For more information about vaccine options, click HERE.

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