This Week at City Hall, September 6
This week in city hall, in person meetings are back, City Council and the public will meet for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic to go over line items ranging from updates on parking rates, police department budget for new and used vehicles, adjustments to speed limits and renewing a reward offer.
Downtown Parking Rates Revisited by City Council
Community input encouraged through surveys prior to September 9
City begins redistricting process, encourages resident involvement
Residents encouraged to create ward maps using data driven tools
This Week at City Hall, August 29
Planning Commission to consider a pedestrian only Mariposa Alley
California State Budget: Investing in Riverside
Riverside will soon benefit from an infusion from State Budget
This Week at City Hall, August 15
This week the council will consider retaining forensic accounting services and approval of grant fund expenditures; while commissions will consider an amendment to the municipal code regarding inclusionary housing and the establishment of a subcommittee to assure continued progress of Riverside Alive project.
Council votes to prohibit encampments in high fire areas
On Tuesday, August 2, the Riverside City Council voted 6-1 to pass an ordinance amending the Riverside Municipal Code, that would prohibit encampments in high fire areas in the city of Riverside, particularly the Santa Ana River bottom.
This Week at City Hall, July 25
The Human Relations Commission will listen to a presentation on housing discrimination against formerly incarcerated individuals and there will not be a City Council meeting this week, regular meetings will resume August 2nd.
This Week at City Hall, July 11
City Hall Meeting Cancelled, will resume next Wednesday, July 19th and the planning commission will vote to reconsider an approval of a drive-thru Panera Bread.
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.
Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness will go to City Council for approval
Committee proposal could come in for just under $8.5 million in state's Homelessness, Housing and Prevention block grant funding for 2022-2023.
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.
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.
State budget includes $43.1 million to revamp CSDR Cubs’ athletic facilities
Riverside's star football team could get new football, softball, baseball and soccer fields in Governor Newsom's proposed 2022-2023 budget.