Effective Sept. 16, 2014, AB 1371, also known as the “Three Feet for Safety Act,” took effect in California. The new law requires drivers of motor vehicles to maintain a distance of no less than 3 feet while passing a bicyclist. If a motorist cannot pass safely, the motorist must slow to a reasonable and prudent speed and pass only if there’s no danger to the bicyclist. The Corona Police Department will be conducting education and enforcement of these new California Vehicle Code sections within the City of Corona. Enforcement actions could include a warning or issuance of a citation for violations of the “Three Foot for Safety Act.”
Introducing…the Maintenance Services Department! The new Maintenance Services Department is your one-stop-shop for services in Corona! Have you seen a sidewalk that needs repair? Need a tree trimmed? See a street light that is out? Just call us at 951-736-2234! One department to handle all your needs – we are here to provide exceptional service to the community.
Storytimes? Check. Books to check out? Yes. Reference assistance? Of course. Read to a dog? Absolutely…wait, what? More on that later. The Corona Public Library has been in existence in Corona since 1895. The classic services of a public library remain in place, but the overall services have grown and changed.
Corona City Hall is hosting an Open House Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the public is invited to come meet our departments, ask questions and learn more about the services and programs for Corona residents and businesses. Join us for some fun and Games! Explore the different departments and participate in our scavenger hunt. There will be plenty of activities for children and giveaways for all.
Corona Dance Studio, Just Plain Dancin’ & Co.[MAP] in Corona has been named as one of the top dance studios in the Nation and AwesomenessTV has decided to take an inside look at what makes these dancers the best of the best. You can watch on AwesomenessTV as they follow senior dancers, ages 16 to 19 years old, as they get ready to take on all 12 categories at finals in Las Vegas.
On the morning of September 11th, every year the crews from all stations in Corona have a moment of silence at the flagpole to pay tribute to those who were lost on the tragic day of Sept. 11, 2001. We will never forget the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001. Our hearts go out to FDNY, NYPD, first responders and all the family members who lost loved ones on that horrible day.
On September 7, 2014, about 2:09 pm, Corona Police Officers responded to the area of McKinley St. and Griffin Way, regarding a male subject panhandling and causing a traffic hazard.
How would you like to win $1,250?! Become a part of the Transportation NOW movement! The movement of people on buses and trains, that is. Since their inception in 1992, Transportation NOW has been a proud advocate and enthusiastic supporter of public transportation in Riverside County. Their efforts have produced results that will last a lifetime, and ensure that bus and rail usage remains an integral part of this region for years to come. Members of the NW Transportation-NOW group are committed to addressing regional transportation issues, and meeting the public transportation needs of our individual communities. With growing concern over crowded freeways, rising fuel costs, and green energy, Transportation NOW is focused on the challenges that lie ahead and are dedicated to making a real difference.
Construction activity is increasing along the project corridor, and the Riverside County Transportation Commission reminds drivers to slow down, be alert and watch for changing conditions. In August, crews shifted vehicles to temporary connectors from the southbound and northbound 15 to westbound 91. The northbound 15 to westbound 91 connector also was restriped, creating two through-lanes to Main Street. Crews also placed K-rail along the shoulder of the 91 to create a safety barrier between traffic and roadway widening work. Construction activity near the Prado Road Bridge also is under way, as well as work on E. Grand Boulevard and staging activities for various interchanges along the 91. On the 15, activities are focused in the median from the 15/91 interchange to Ontario Avenue.
During my years in the Marine Corps I traveled the United States and some of that time allowed me to visit some great fish restaurants, shacks and carts. Coming from Southern California this was a bit odd only knowing the hot dog carts from TJ, Baja California. Recently Corona has had some new fish establishments so what a great time to reminisce.