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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 City Council meeting is a study session scheduled for June 9.
June 9 Agenda.

The next regular City Council meeting will be held June 16. The agenda will be posted when available.

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

Public Review: State Route 60 / World Logistics Center Parkway Interchange Draft Environmental Impact Report / Environmental Assessment
This is your chance to review and make comments on the project's environmental document.
View the documents...

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

Notices
City Council Study Session to discuss Preferred Growth Concepts – June 9, 2020

MV AT Work graphicMoreno Valley at Work: June 1 - 5, 2020
Check out this week's summary of good news from the City that soars:

  • Mayor Pledges to Work with Residents to Address Racial Inequities
  • Coronavirus Testing Site Open in MoVal; Residents Encouraged to be Screened
  • Creating a Phased-in Re-opening Plan for City Recreation Programs
  • Some of MoVal's Youngest Students Celebrate Their First Graduation!
  • Message to the Class of 2020: With Crisis Comes Opportunity
  • Moreno Valley's Iconic M to be Lighted in City High Schools' Colors

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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 now closed every Friday and only open Mon.-Thurs. for drop-offs and/or pick-ups by appointment only (951-413-3230). Some services will continued to be provided online or by telephone where possible.

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

Press Releases

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06/04/20

Moreno Valley City Council OKs Expanded Outdoor Dining to Allow for More Restaurant Customers The Moreno Valley City Council approved an emergency resolution allowing restaurants to expand outdoor seating in order to serve more customers while remaining in compliance with state rules allowing for limited indoor dining with physical distancing. Read more about the Outdoor Dining Permit process

06/03/20

City's M on Box Springs Mountain to Sport High Schools' Colors
From Monday, June 8, through Friday, June 12, the iconic M on Box Springs Mountain will be lighted in honor of Moreno Valley high schools and their graduates from the Moreno Valley and Val Verde unified school districts. The lightings will feature schools' colors on the evenings of their scheduled graduation events. Read more about the lighting and see the schedule.

06/02/20

City of Moreno Valley Orders Overnight Curfew
The City of Moreno Valley has ordered an overnight curfew effective from 8 p.m., June 2, to 6 a.m., June 3. In conjunction with the curfew order, City officials are recommending that businesses close between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. for safety reasons. Read more about the city-wide curfew...

06/01/20

Riverside County Orders County-wide Curfew
Riverside County today ordered a county-wide overnight curfew effective from 6 p.m., June 1, to 6 a.m., June 2. Read more about the curfew...

06/01/20

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...

05/30/20

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...

05/22/20

"Adopt-a-Senior" to Say Congrats to MVUSD Class of 2020
The City of MoVal is partnering with Moreno Valley Unified and the Moreno Valley Education Foundation to show the community's support by helping residents recognize and celebrate grads through "Adopt-a-Senior." Read more about the Adopt a Senior program...

05/21/20

Mayor Gutierrez Urges Governor Newsom to Protect Education from Budget Cuts
In a series of letters to Governor Gavin Newsom this week, Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez, Mayor of Moreno Valley, urged him to protect education from potentially devastating funding cuts proposed to help close the state's coronavirus-caused budget deficit. Read more about the Mayor's letters...

05/21/20

Mayor Gutierrez to Deliver Memorial Day Remarks Online and on TV
This year's Memorial Day event will feature Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez, Mayor of Moreno Valley, delivering his remarks from a distance, via the internet and local cable TV. Read more about the Memorial Day event...

05/19/20

Mayor Gutierrez Welcomes Governor's New Economy Reopening Plan
We're finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel," said Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez, Mayor of Moreno Valley, after learning of Governor Newsom's revised standards for counties to begin safely reopening sectors of their economies. Read more about the economy reopening plan...

05/19/20

Moreno Valley to Host Emergency Drive-thru Food Distribution Event, Friday, May 22
Responding to the increased food insecurity in the community due to loss of jobs and household income, the City of Moreno Valley will host an emergency drive-thru food distribution event this Friday, May 22, from 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. at the City's Conference & Recreation Center (CRC) at 14075 Frederick St. (Frederick and Alessandro). Read more about the food distribution event...

05/15/20

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...

05/13/20

Mayor Gutierrez Welcomes Fly-over Salute to Healthcare Workers
Noting that Moreno Valley is a military-friendly City, Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez welcomes the fly-over salute to local healthcare workers by March Air Reserve Base (MARB) aircraft set for Thursday, May 14.
Learn more about the KC-135 flyover...

05/11/20

MoVal Business Generously Donates Money to MoVal Meals, KN95 Masks to City
When Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez invited local businesses to think about ways they could help support the MoVal community during the coronavirus crisis, Ryan Bartlett immediately stepped forward.
Learn more about the generous donation from UMH...

05/11/20

Moreno Valley Creates New Senior Meal Delivery Program
MoVal Senior Eats, which begins accepting applications today, May 11, will deliver two nutritious restaurant meals a day to 150 qualifying Moreno Valley seniors, five days a week for the next two months. Learn more about the MoVal Eats...

05/8/20

MoVal's M to Stand for "Mothers" This Sunday
Moreno Valley's iconic M on Box Springs Mountain will be lighted this Sunday evening in pink to recognize Mothers Day. Learn more about the Mother's Day M Lighting...

05/8/20

MoVal Police, Fire, City Officials Bring Seniors Mothers Day Cheer
MoVal Police and Fire deployed some vehicles for a very important assignment today: to bring early Mothers Day best wishes to residents of Renaissance Village senior living facility.
Learn more about the Mother's Day festivities...

05/6/20

MoVal to Allow Use of Some Parts of City Parks; Physical Distancing and Face Coverings Required Proceeding with caution, the City of Moreno Valley is reopening some parts of its system of parks for public use effective Friday, May 8, on the condition that residents maintain physical distance and wear face coverings where required. Learn more about the park opening..

05/2/20

Mayor Gutierrez to Host Live Coronavirus Crisis Q&A
On Wednesday, May 6, residents are invited to ask the Mayor their own questions about the crisis when he hosts a live hour-long special Q&A session via Zoom. Learn more about the Q & A...

05/2/20

MoVal's Iconic M to be Lighted in Honor of Teachers, Other Public Servants
Moreno Valley's iconic M on Box Springs Mountain will be lighted this week to thank teachers and other public servants for their service to our community and nation. Learn more about the M Lighting...

04/25/20

City of Moreno Valley Accepting Applications for Community Development Block Grants and Emergency Solutions Grants Program Funding as Part of the Federal CARES Act
Starting April 30 and running through May 29, the City of Moreno Valley will accept applications for almost $1.2 million in federal Community Development Block Grants Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) and another $631,000 in Emergency Solutions Grants Program Coronavirus (ESG-CV) funding by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Learn more about the grants...

04/25/20

Completing Census May Help Long-term Economic Recovery
The 2020 Census results will affect the amount of federal funding Moreno Valley will receive for the next 10 years, and when the Covid-19 crisis eventually wanes, the need for federal funding will be greater than ever. Learn more about the census...

04/22/20

Mayor, City Council Take Action to Protect Renters
To protect residential and commercial tenants having trouble paying rent on time due to the coronavirus crisis, Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and the City Council took action at the April 21 regular meeting
Learn more about the protections for renters...

04/16/20

MoVal Parks & Community Services Launches Virtual Play Site
With everyone trying to save lives by staying home, Parks has launched a Virtual Play web page with dozens of activities and resources for all ages to try to keep residents engaged while we wait out the crisis. Learn more about the Virtual Play page...

04/08/20

Plan Now for Pet Care in Case You're Hospitalized
What will happen to your pets if you need to be hospitalized? Now is the time to make a plan.
Learn more about planning for pet care...

04/07/20

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...

04/07/20

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...

04/07/20

A Message for All Moreno Valley Residents About the Surge in Hospitalizations Due to the Coronavirus An automated message was sent to the residents of Moreno Valley with information about the expected surge of Covid-19 hospitalizations in Riverside County. Here it is in case you missed it.  Listen to the message on YouTube...

04/07/20

Census 2020 Could Help Local Economic Recovery
When the Covid-19 crisis eventually wains, it will leave a battered economy in its wake. The need for adequate federal funding support will be greater than ever. Learn how the Census can help Moreno Valley...

04/02/20

Moreno Valley's Iconic "M" to Honor Heroic Healthcare Workers Each Saturday in April
As a sign of the gratitude and admiration felt by residents of Moreno Valley for healthcare workers on the front lines of the battle to contain the spread of coronavirus and treat those infected, the City will light its iconic "M" on Box Springs Mountain in blue and white each Saturday evening through April.
Read more about the M Lighting...

04/01/20

Riverside Co. Public Health Urges Face Covering When Away from Home
Effective immediately, officials at Riverside County Public Health recommend all County residents cover their faces when away from home for essential travel. Read more about the face-covering message...

04/01/20

Mayor, City Council Urge Residents to Support Local Restaurants
Whether we choose to do it on Takeout Tuesday or a day without a clever nickname, every dollar residents spend ordering out from MoVal restaurants helps support a business sector that, when healthy, employs as many as 5,000 Moreno Valley residents. Read more and get a list of local restaurants...

03/30/20

Help Those in Moreno Valley Who Need it Most
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, many vulnerable members of our community need assistance. Become a partner with the City of Moreno Valley in providing meals and care packages for senior citizens and residents with disabilities. The Moreno Valley Community Foundation appreciates your help. Your donation will make a huge impact on those who need assistance the most.

Donate Today

03/27/20

Statement by Mayor Gutierrez Regarding Moreno Valley Coronavirus Case Numbers
According to Riverside County Public Health, there are 20 identified Covid-19 cases in Moreno Valley as of today, March 27. This is what has been expected, and Riverside County Public Health officials expect the number to continue to rise. Read more about local coronavirus cases...

03/25/20

Mayor Gutierrez and City Council lead efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus
As fast as the coronavirus crisis is evolving, the Moreno Valley community is adapting just as quickly. The City Council, Mayor, and municipal staff, have anticipated coronavirus-related challenges and responded just as rapidly. See what the Mayor, Council, and City have done so far...

03/25/20

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...

03/25/20

Statement from Mayor Gutierrez Regarding Reported Covid-19 Case
A worker in one of Amazon’s fulfillment centers in Moreno Valley has tested positive for Covid-19. It is not known if the worker lives in the City of Moreno Valley because everyone’s personal medical information is considered private.  Read more from Mayor Gutierrez...

03/24/20

A Message for All Moreno Valley Residents About MoVal Meals
An automated message was sent out to the residents of Moreno Valley with information about the new MoVal Meals service. Here it is in case you missed it.  Listen to the message on YouTube...

03/24/20

City Creates "MoVal Meals" to Supplement Food for Seniors, Disabled Persons
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, seniors age 60+ and disabled persons in Moreno Valley will have some help supplementing their food supplies with the launch of a new City service called "MoVal Meals."
Learn more about MoVal Meals...

03/20/20

A Message for All Moreno Valley Residents
An automated message was sent out to the residents of Moreno Valley with information regarding COVID-19. Here it is in case you missed it.  Listen to the message on YouTube...

03/20/20

Non-Essential Businesses Ordered Closed
Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a stay-at-home order for all Californians to establish consistency across the state in order to slow the spread of coronavirus.  Learn more about the stay-at-home order...

03/19/20

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...

03/18/20

More Grocers to Give Seniors, Disabled Priority Shopping
Moreno Valley's senior and disabled grocery shoppers are being given special shopping hours by more local grocery stores. The stores agreed to implement priority-shopping plans at the request of Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and City staff, following panic buying in recent days that has left many less-aggressive shoppers empty-handed. Learn more about the stores offering priority shopping for seniors and the disabled...

03/18/20

Sign Up for MoVal Text, Email, Phone Alerts About Coronavirus
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