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City hires new Economic Development Manager and new City Planner

Jorge Barrera and Maribeth Tinio are the latest additions to Riverside's economic development team

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Weekend Closure: Westbound 91, I-15 to Lincoln Avenue

Adjust your weekend travel timelines to accommodate a full closure of all lanes on 91 westbound.

Community
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This Week in City Hall, January 23

City Council decides on a $34.7 million surplus, Council and Mayoral salaries, new ward districting, and establishing a Commission of the Deaf

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Senator Roth introduces bill to add 26 new superior court judgeships across the State

2022 Judicial Needs Assessment shows 52 judgeships needed in Riverside and San Bernardino counties – 55% of overall State need

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Drive-thru only Chick-fil-a planned for Citrus Landing shopping center on the Planning Commission menu

Preliminary plans show a two-lane drive-thru restaurant at corner of Van Buren and Arlington where new Stater Bros. Market recently opened.

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This Week in City Hall, January 17

Power lines running along the Santa Ana River, the proper care and handling of flags, and cancelling overdue library fees are all on the agenda.

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Riverside Police Department recruiting for Citizens Academy

RPD says course gives citizens an overview of the department's policing methods

Public Safety
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Less than two weeks left to catch The Cheech’s opening exhibit

Collidoscope: the de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective will be closing January 22.

Arts & Entertainment
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This Week in City Hall, January 10

State race between councilmembers Cervantes and Fierro highlighted in ceremonial moment opening tonight's City Council meeting

Government
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This Week in City Hall, November 14

Updates to the City’s outdoor dining program, Council spending of $36,767,594 from ARPA, and a review of the stalled project to give Riverside a second connection to the grid.

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Riverside hires new Economic & Community Development Director

Public-private partnerships, mixed-use developments and affordable housing are experiences Jennifer Lilley brings to Riverside as new Economic & Community Development Director

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Lee takes RUSD Area 5 lead, Hernandez Alexander leads Area 1, Alvord Area 1 remains tight.

Early results are in for school board races across the city.

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This Week in City Hall, November 7

City employee’s Work from Home Policy, street sweeping parking tickets, and the Riverside Municipal Airport are all under review.

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This Week in City Hall, October 31

Public meeting agendas are spookily light this week. Road improvements, redistricting progress, and temporary traffic signal updates to prepare for the Festival of Lights are all under consideration.

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This Week in City Hall, October 24

The debate between Mt. Rubidoux and Ryan Bonaminio Park is back as locations for the 2023-2025 Fourth of July Fireworks display are being considered by City Council.

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Altura Foundation awarding $10,000 grants to local small businesses

Local Foundation supports small businesses with big dreams while enhancing the economy

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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

Business
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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.

Sports
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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.

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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.

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