Environmental and Historical Preservation Board

The Environmental and Historical Preservation Board considers matters of environmental concern and particularly those pertaining to the use, manufacture, production, transportation and disposal of hazardous materials and waste within or affecting the City. The Board also considers matters pertaining to the preservation of the City's heritage and cultures, including the designation of landmarks and review of all restoration, rehabilitation, alteration and demolition projects in preservation areas. The Board educates the citizens about the City's heritage and matters of environmental concern to the community.

The Environmental and Historical Preservation Board meets on the second Monday of each odd-numbered month at 7 p.m., City Hall - Council Chamber, 14177 Frederick St.

Board Members

Staff: Claudia Manrique-Miklusek, Community Development Department
Keith Mullins, Chairperson
Term expires 6/30/18
Virgil Chancy, Vice Chairperson
Term expires 6/30/19
Vacancy declared
Expiration to be determined
M. Nareem Qureshi
Term expires 6/30/19
Vacancy declared
Expiration to be determined
Vacancy declared
Expiration to be determined
Vacancy declared
Expiration to be determined

Urban Forestry

The purpose of the Urban Forestry Program is to advance the development of a healthy and sustainable urban forest within the City of Moreno Valley. The "urban forest" consists of trees planted in public places such as parks, along street medians and parkways, in parking lots and landscaped areas around businesses, street trees along the public right-of-way, and in homeowner's yards. Trees provide energy conservation in buildings and vehicles; reduce storm-water runoff; extend the life of surface streets; improve local air, soil and water quality; reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide; provide wildlife habitat; and increase property values. Trees give us shady sidewalks and parks, and improve quality of life in our urban environments.

The following web sites contain information on urban forestry, including tree selection and care, that the citizens of Moreno Valley
can use to enhance their own contributions to our urban forest:

The Board would like to provide the following links for information on current issues that may affect the Moreno Valley area:

Upon request, this agenda will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should direct such requests to, ADA Coordinator, at 951.413.3045 at least 72 hours before the meeting. The 72-hour notification will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility and participation in this meeting.

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