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Know the Facts About Corona VirusCorona Virus Information
The virus is officially a pandemic — but there's no cause to panic.
Stay safe by knowing the facts: how to keep yourself well,
what to do if you feel ill, and how the virus is affecting the
local community. Learn more:

Photo of Mayor Yxstian A. GutierrezThe Mayor's Corner
Mayor Yxstian A. Gutierrez wants you to be involved in your City. Watch his monthly video update and read his weekly message to learn about the great things happening in Moreno Valley. Read the Mayor's Message and see his video...

City Council Meeting AgendasCurrent City Council Agenda
The next regular City Council meeting is scheduled for September 15, 2020. See the meeting agenda.

See all Moreno Valley City Council agendas on the City Agenda Portal.
Remember, you can attend council meetings online through Zoom.

2040 General Plan Update2040 General Plan Update
In 2019, City Council approved moving ahead with the comprehensive
General Plan update. This will be only the second comprehensive
update in the City’s history. Learn more about the update and
see how you can get involved.
Learn more about the 2040 General Plan Update
Infórmese sobre la actualización del Plan General 2040

2040 General Plan UpdateDracaea Ave Greenway Corridor Study
The City of Moreno Valley is developing the Dracaea Avenue Neighborhood Greenway Corridor Study to address all modes of transportation to meet the current and future needs of community members of all ages and abilities.
Visit the Dracaea Ave. Greenway Corridor Study website

MV AT Work graphicMoreno Valley at Work: September 7- 11, 2020
Check out this week's summary of good news from the City that soars:

  • Moreno Valley Marks Sept. 11 with Special M Lighting
  • "State of the City" Awards Presented
  • City's Three Libraries Open Again with Safety Measures in Place
  • Swap Zone: The Safe Place to Complete Transactions
  • Simple Ways to Improve Pool Safety
  • Census 2020 Conducting In-Person Visits to Those Who Haven't Been Counted

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Business Hours for City of Moreno Valley — Updated for COVID-19

Moreno Valley offices and facilities are closed to the public indefinitely, pending further updates to the Governor’s Executive Orders or Riverside County of Public Health.

  • City Hall is open Monday – Thursday for drop-offs/pick-ups by appointment only and closed every Friday. Some services are provided online or by telephone where possible. Call 951.413.3230 for details.
  • The Public Safety Building/Police Department business hours are Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm.

Learn how to access City Services  |  City hours of operation | COVID-19 Closure Plan

Press Releases

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Moreno Valley Accepting Orders for Military Appreciation Banners, Pavers
To have them installed in time for Veterans Day on Nov. 11, City of Moreno Valley Military Appreciation Banners and Pavers need to be ordered no later than Oct. 2.
Learn more about the Military Banner/Paver program.


Moreno Valley Welcomes Tractor Supply Company
Moreno Valley City Council members joined representatives of the Chamber of Commerce to cut the ribbon on the new Tractor Supply Company store at Stoneridge Towne Centre, 27330 Eucalyptus Ave.
Learn more about Moreno Valley's newest business.


Moreno Valley's M to be Lighted for National Day of Service and Remembrance
Moreno Valley's iconic M on Box Springs Mountain will shine in red, white and blue from dusk to midnight this Friday, Sept. 11, in recognition of the National Day of Service and Remembrance.
Learn more about the M Lighting.


City Honored for Consistent Support for Veteran-Owned Businesses
In recognition of its consistent support for veterans and veteran-owned small businesses, the City of Moreno Valley has been honored by the Southwest Veterans' Business Resource Center.
Learn more about the award.


Moreno Valley Further Narrows Digital Divide With More Mobile Hotspots
To help more residents tap into the internet, the Council approved the purchase of nearly 100 more mobile hotspots that patrons can check out from the City's three libraries.
Learn more about the new mobile hotspots.


Mayor, City Council Cut Ribbon on Moreno Valley's Third Library
The new state-of-the art Iris Plaza Library joins the Main Library on Alessandro Blvd. and the Moreno Valley Mall Branch as the City's third community learning center. Learn more about the new library.


Moreno Valley Senior Recreation Classes Offered Online Via Zoom
The Moreno Valley Senior Community Center hosts virtual programs weekly via Zoom to keep seniors active and engaged. Learn more about the Zoom classes for seniors.


City Council Breaks Ground on Moreno Valley's 33rd Park
The City Council broke ground today on what will be the 33rd, Santiago Park, next to March Middle School. Learn more about the new park.


Moreno Valley Adds Times, Locations for "We've Got You Covered" Free Mask Giveaway Residents still in need of masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus now have more opportunities to get them as part of the City of Moreno Valley's "We've Got You Covered" free mask giveaway program. Learn when and where to get a free mask.


Mayor Lauds City and Community in State of the City Address
In his annual State of the City address today, Dr, Yxstian Gutierrez, Mayor of Moreno Valley, praised both the City government and MoVal residents for continuing to move forward despite the virus crisis. Learn more about the State of the City address.


Free Microchips for Pets Still Available at Moreno Valley Animal Shelter
For a limited time only, free HomeAgain microchips are now available for Moreno Valley dogs and cats. That's a $16 savings per pet! Residents must make an appointment with the Animal Shelter.
Read more about the free microchips.


Moreno Valley Public Library Offers FREE "Coursera for Workforce Recovery" Online Learning Accounts Moreno Valley Public Library invites residents seeking new or better employment opportunities to register for a free Coursera online learning account through Coursera for Workforce Recovery, a program for those developing their skills and knowledge to re-enter the workforce.
Read more about Coursera for Workforce Recovery.


"Forward MoVal" Grants Will Help Small Businesses and Employees Hurt by Pandemic
This week, the Forward MoVal Grant program issued the first of 45 one-time, emergency grants of $7,500 to help local businesses hurt by the pandemic create or retain jobs for low- and moderate-income employees. Read more about the Forward MoVal grant.


City Creates Simple, Free Online Permit for Temporary Outdoor Business Services
As it did to accommodate restaurants that could safely offer their services outdoors, the City of Moreno Valley has created a simple, free online permitting process for existing businesses that can safely deliver their services in an outdoor setting. Read more about the free permits.


Moreno Valley Honored with Highest Statewide Award for Outstanding Afterschool Program The City of Moreno Valley's Afterschool Expanded Learning Program is being honored by the League of California Cities with its prestigious Helen Putnam Award for Excellence in the category of Counties/Cities/Schools Partnership Intergovernmental Collaboration. Read more about the award and the program.


Moreno Valley's Healthcare Sector Grows with Kaiser Permanente Groundbreaking Photo Opportunity The healthcare footprint in Moreno Valley grew again this week with the groundbreaking for Kaiser Permanente Medical Center's new 95,000 square foot Diagnostic & Treatment Center. Read more about the Kaiser expansion project.


Moreno Valley's MoVaLearns-Mayors Challenge Program Wins Prestigious International Award The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) has chosen the City of Moreno Valley to receive its 2020 Local Government Excellence Award in the Community Diversity & Inclusion category for the City's innovative MoVaLearns-Mayors Challenge program.
Learn more about the award.


Moreno Valley City Council Declares Racism a Public Health Concern
In a resolution unanimously approved at its July 7 regular meeting, the Moreno Valley City Council declared that the many deleterious effects of both individual and systemic racism constitute a threat to public health. Read about the resolution.


CVS Pharmacy Offers Drive-thru Coronavirus Testing
Moreno Valley residents can get tested for coronavirus infection in the comfort of their vehicles at the CVS Pharmacy in Lakeside Terrace Center. 
Learn more about the new coronavirus testing location.


Applications Being Accepted for New Citizens Public Safety Committee
The City is now accepting applications for service on the new Citizens Public Safety Committee. 
Learn more about how to apply for the new citizens public safety committee.


New Coronavirus Testing Site Opens at Cottonwood Golf Center
Beginning Wednesday, June 24, Moreno Valley will have a new coronavirus testing site at Cottonwood Golf Center. Testing is by appointment only. Learn more about the coronavirus testing center.


Moreno Valley Creates "WiFi Gardens" to Provide Free Internet Access at City Facilities Expanding public access to the internet is the goal of the Moreno Valley City Council's decision to provide free WiFi at City facilities. Learn more about the WiFi Gardens.


Moreno Valley Public Library to Offer New Park & Pick-up Service
The Library's new Park & Pick-up service lets patrons order books, audiobooks or DVDs online or by phone and make an appointment to pick them up at a table just outside the library branch. Learn how the new park & pickup services works.


City of Moreno Valley Creates "Forward MoVal" Small Business Grant Program
The City of Moreno Valley has developed the Forward MoVal Small Business Grant program to help Moreno Valley businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more about the grant and how to qualify...


Coronavirus Testing Site Open in Moreno Valley
Moreno Valley residents are strongly encouraged to make use of the Riverside County Public Health coronavirus testing site in Moreno Valley. Read more and get the testing location address


Kaiser Medical Center Approved for 20-year Expansion Project
The health care footprint in Moreno Valley is going to grow with the City's recent approval of Kaiser Medical Center's 20-year expansion plan.
Learn more about the Kaiser Medical Center expansion plans...


Mayor and City Council Take Action to Protect Moreno Valley Utility Customers from Rate Increase During Covid-19 Crisis
Mayor and City Council Take Action to Protect Moreno Valley Utility Customers from Rate Increase During Covid-19 Crisis. Read more about the rejected rate increase...


Daily Webinars on COVID-19 Assistance Funding Offered for Small Businesses
There has been a lot of discussion, debate and activity at the state and federal levels regarding help for small business during the COVID-19 crisis, but for most people, wading through the details and figuring out what help is actually available and how to access it can be daunting. See how you can register for free small business webinars...


City Uses Zoom Video Conferencing to Keep Residents Involved
Using the internet, Moreno Valley residents have long been able to watch live or recorded City Council meetings at their convenience. Learn how to participate in City Council Meetings using Zoom...


Moreno Valley Suspends Penalties and Interest on Late Payment of Fees and Fines During Restricted City Hall Operations
Recognizing the financial hardship caused by the coronavirus crisis, as part of its plan for restricting City Hall operations, Moreno Valley is giving residents a break by suspending penalties and interest for late payment of utility bills, parking citations, business license fees, and library fines incurred beginning March 18, 2020, through April 15, 2020. Learn more about the suspended late payment fees...

Online Services

Save a trip to City Hall. Check out the things you can do online:

Animal Services

Animal Service Request
Report a stray or problem animal.
Animal Service Request

Dog Licensing
Get dog licenses and renew them online.
New and Renewal

Find a New Pet
You can search the adoptable pets at the Moreno Valley animal shelter.
Find a Pet
Bids - RFPs and Bid Results
Get the current information.
Building Inspection
Request for building inspection
Business Licenses - Renewal Only
Renew online now.
Capital Projects Feedback or Information Request
Get Information about projects and give feedback.
Code Violation
Report code violations in the city.
Code Violation Report
Commercial Real Estate Maps/Reports
See available properties
Special Financing Districts Property Lookup Tool
See which CSD parcel charges/taxes were levied against your property for the current fiscal year.
Special Financing Districts Property Lookup
To report graffiti use this form Graffiti Report
Landscape Request
Service Request Form.
'M' Lighting Request
You can request the Moreno Valley 'M be lit a special color.
'M' Lighting Request
MV Utility Online Bill Payment for Businesses and Residents
You can now pay your MV utility bills online.
MVUtility Bill Payment

MVTV-3 Community Event Request
Publish an event on the MVTV-3 Community Bulletin Board and Community Calendar.
MVTV-3 Community Event Request Form

Watch MVTV-3 Online

Our local TV station is available on your computer 24x7. Watch MVTV-3.
Parks & Community Services Online Registration for Activities & Facilities Availability
Register / Check now.
Public Safety


The City of Moreno Valley’s Emergency Alert and Warning Notification System is utilized to rapidly send notifications to all residents and businesses in an affected area in the event of an emergency or disaster. Residents have an option when registering their information to receive notifications through their landline, cell phone, text message and/or email. Sign up now.


Report a crime online using the form.

Traffic Form
- Report problem intersections and traffic flow using the Traffic Form.
- Report a pothole or other roadway surface issues using the Pothole Form.
Report a pothole
Use this form to report a pothole...
Report a Broken Sprinkler Form
Use this form to report a broken or leaking sprinkler on City maintained property (medians, landscaped areas on arterial streets, open space, and multi-use trails).
Broken Sprinkler Notification Form
Online Service Portal View real-time project related information.
Visit the Portal
Social Media
Get connected and stay informed! A variety of sites to suit your needs.
Join now!
Street Light Form
Report street lights that need repair.
Street Light Form
Be a Vendor
Find out how


Developer Info

Check out the information you can find online:

Business and Development
Get the big picture on business and development activities in Moreno Valley.

City Maps
See maps of the City, with GIS info and much more.

Developer Help Desk
Visit the online help desk with links to forms, engineering specs and more.


Parcel & Zoning Information
Find it with our GIS service.
Use the GIS map viewer

RFPs - Bids
See current bids and RFPs...

Developer Request for Additional Information

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Moreno Valley Commits to Cooperation and Transparency
The City of Moreno Valley is dedicated to making government as accessible as possible. City Hall is exploring how we may share information with the public on a continuing basis, with the goal being to promote transparency while preserving the integrity of the legal process. The City has developed a website that provides links to various information requests and responses. Visit the page...

Visit the Accounts Payable Ledger
This portal provides accounts payable transactions from July 1, 2012 through the most recently closed and unaudited financial period. The Accounts Payable Ledger is a subset of the City’s expenditures. Expenditure transactions include the Accounts Payable Ledger in addition to wire transfers and payroll, along with any adjustments requiring a journal entry or invoice payment correction. View the ledger...



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