Altura Foundation awarding $10,000 grants to local small businesses
Local Foundation supports small businesses with big dreams while enhancing the economy
Gateway to Riverside shopping center has a new look and name – Citrus Landing
Stater Bros. Market moves west Riverside store to a new site at the Citrus Landing
RCC Football takes to the field at Ramona High School this fall
Riverside City College Football will be found playing in a different part of Riverside for the 2022-23 Season.
Raincross Weekend: August 20-21
It’s all about common interests and meetups in Riverside this weekend. Think Club Rush but on a community scale, from members of the LGBT community to Bluegrass and Cosplay there is a meetup for everyone.
Raincross Weekend: August 12-14
Live music after work is a great way to start the weekend at a few places in Riverside. You can beat the heat with a visit to the main library or art museum or get inspired as you listen to community organizers.
Raincross Weekend: August 6-8
Outdoor movies and night markets, this weekend in Riverside it’s all about the family friendly nightlife. With some daytime activities added in that will help beat the heat until the sun sets.
Raincross Weekend: July 23-24
Summer is in full swing in Riverside with a community BBQ hosted at Fairmont Park, a Paint N’ Sip for the 21 and over crowd and a Disney themed event for all ages being held this weekend.
This Week at City Hall, July 5
This afternoon Council appoints Councilmember Fierro as Mayor Pro Tem through December 2022, reconsiders the "state of emergency", and votes on a series of other items.
This Week at City Hall, June 27-28
This week the council will vote whether to submit the Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness to the state for funding; consider a separate program of supportive housing; and vote on a series of contracts for water quality testing and landscaping.
This Week at City Hall: June 21-23
This week the council and committees will consider issues including decarbonization of new buildings, discrimination against formerly incarcerated individuals in housing, the safety of the public water system, and the 2022-2024 biennial budget.
Riverside names fire chief as interim city manager
Moore has served as Riverside's Fire Chief for eight years, guiding the department to higher service standards. The search for a permanent replacement for Al Zelinka is expected to take several months.
This Week at City Hall: June 13-15
An action-packed week at City Hall, with a full council schedule plus committee meetings on issues including warehouses and distribution centers, drought-related water use, homeless encampments in the Santa Ana Riverbottom and the search for a new city manager.
Raincross Weekend: June 11-12
This weekend you'll find boats racing on Lake Evans, a Juneteenth celebration from Riverside Community Players, and a fundraiser for a future Charles A. Bibbs African-American Museum and Cultural Center.
City of Riverside Summer Meals Program is Back with Kids’ Favorites
Barbecue, pizza, hot dogs and sandwiches -- and some healthy stuff too -- are on the menu this summer at 10 Riverside city parks.
This Week at City Hall: June 6-10
Lots going on this week, with a report on water quality, ethics complaints, the distribution of federal entitlement funding, and meetings of the Housing and Homelessness Committee and the Planning Commission.
Raincross Weekend: June 4-5
There's something for everyone this weekend — Shakespeare under the stars, anime and cosplay, battle re-enactments and Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
This Week at City Hall: June 2
The agenda is very light due to the Memorial Day holiday. In a special Thursday meeting, City Council will discuss initiating the search for a new city manager during a closed session, and on Wednesday, staff will recommend changes to some city council procedures.
Raincross Weekend: May 27-29
This weekend sees the return of the UC Riverside Pow Wow, the final concert of Philharmonic's 2021-2022 season, a West African Doundounba Festival, and camping for beginners.
This Week at City Hall: May 23
The agenda was revised on Friday to include a last-minute resolution about an affordable housing project. The council will also consider the purchase of two police helicopters with Measure Z funding, and the start of the design phase of a long-discussed grade separation at Third Street.
This Week at City Hall: May 16
This week the council will look at proposals to install a citywide fiber-optic network by SiFi Networks, provide repayment assistance for utility customers while also lifting the moratorium on disconnecting service for non-payment, an updated presentation on the Biennial budget for 2022-2024, and more.