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.
Council: Consultant will study alternatives to transmission project
Outside consultant will study project over 6-8 months and present findings before work begins on overhead transmission lines.
Public forum features candidates for Riverside County judicial seats
Meet seven candidates running for four open seats in Riverside County
This Week in City Hall: May 3
Work continues on the general fund and biennial budgets, a grant can help pay for a new RPD service dog, and the Board of Ethics considers amending its current code.
Judge rules against City; Blocks certification of Measure C
Lawsuit by Riversiders Against Increased Taxes successful: Certification of Measure C blocked
This week at City Hall: Feb. 8
The mayor looks to maintain Riverside's global sister cities, local food trucks to see tightened regulations, and American Rescue Plan Act spending plans updated in the Budget Engagement Commission.
Update: Final arguments made in Measure C lawsuit
On Tuesday, Riverside County Superior Court Judge Harold Hopp heard final arguments in the Measure C trial.
Riverside councilmember looking to legalize the commercial sale of cannabis in the city
Councilmember Ronaldo Fierro, who serves Ward 3, says it is time to open the doors on the cannabis industry in Riverside.
Measure C passes but lawsuit seeks to delay its certification
Registered voters vote yes for Measure C, but the ballot is slow to certify as local lawsuit looms ahead.
Grassroots groups are surging across Riverside. Here are 3 you should know.
As more Riversiders engage with local political issues, these organizations are gaining strongholds across Riverside.