E-Bills Now Available for Corona DWP Customers

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We are proud to announce that City of Corona Department of Water & Power (DWP) customers can now opt to view their bill electronically through our website. The bill you view online will be identical to the paper one you’re used to receiving. By opting to receive e-bills, you’ll help reduce the amount of paper we use – which is great for the environment. It’s easy to sign up. Log into your iLink account, click on the My Profile link, then click on the Manage Profile tab and select the Yes bubble next to Receive eBills. If you don’t have an iLink account, you can register for one by click...

Women’s Luncheon: The Four “D”s of Successful Leadership

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You will learn the Four “D”s of Success, which can help you become the leader you want to be, by sharing 10 principles to change the way you lead. You will explore how to know who you are as a leader; follow your plan; and connect with your team. Desire, Determine, Drive, Deliver. Collectively, applied together with pinpoint focus has been the bedrock foundation of our speaker. When you know how to apply the Four D’s of Success and quitting is not an option, you will exceed your expectation! The Desire – to Achieve Are Determined – to follow through the Process Have the Drive – that en...

Injured German Shepherd Rescued

On May 3, 2015 at 1 p.m., an Animal Control Officer from Corona Animal Services & Enforcement responded to a call regarding an injured dog. Upon arrival, a young German Shepherd dog was found with a severely injured rear leg. With no owner in sight, Corona Animal Services impounded the dog and due to the extent of the injury transported it to the Yorba Regional Animal Hospital in Anaheim for emergency treatment. The dog was treated at the hospital overnight, and was then released back to Corona Animal Services who transported the dog to a local veterinarian, Dr. Ivan Yevseyenko at the C...

Bursting into Corona: Bubble Soccer

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The City of Corona Library and Recreation Services Department announces the arrival of Bubble Soccer in the Inland Empire! Starting this June, the City invites you to gather a group of friends and register a team for what is sure to be a kick! Bubble Soccer is an exciting new sport sweeping the nation, where you and your friends are challenged to play indoor soccer while securely strapped into bubble suits. It’s a wild concept with hilarious results and is sure to keep you physically and mentally engaged in the game. Games will take place on Thursday evenings with game times running at 6...

91 Project to Reduce Lane Widths

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Attention, drivers on the 91: The 91 Corona Squeeze is coming. Starting in early June, lane widths on the 91 between the 71 and Main Street in Corona will be reduced to 10.5 feet for approximately 10 months. The “slow lane” will be 12 feet wide for larger vehicles. Lanes will be restriped and outside roadway shoulders will be removed in one-mile segments. Due to the loss of the roadway shoulders, Freeway Service Patrol support will be expanded for stranded motorists. Drivers are reminded to: Follow the 55 MPH speed limit and note that fines are doubled in construction zones Allow e...

Officer Involved Shooting Update

On May 18, 2015, Patricia Cheree Smith, 26 years of Hemet, appeared in Riverside Superior Court to answer for felony charges related to her role in the armed robbery at Pacific Premier Bank on February 4, 2015. During the court proceeding, Smith entered a guilty plea on three counts of armed robbery with three strikes; she was sentenced to State Prison. On February 4, 2015 at about 4:07 p.m., officers from the Corona Police Department responded to the Pacific Premier Bank located at 102 E. Sixth St. Corona, regarding a take-over robbery. Officers located a suspect vehicle and attempted ...

YMCA Invites Mothers and Daughters to Adventure Guides

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Corona-Norco YMCA is hosting Adventure Guides, a program designed to strengthen the family relationship between mothers and daughters. The program challenges mothers to "get to know your kid while she is still a kid." This program designed to foster lifelong relationships between mothers and daughters. It allows mothers to start a journey of discovery with their daughters by participating in circles twice a month; enjoy stories, songs, games and crafts; participate in annual camping trips, parties, and parades; and connect in community service opportunities. Adventure Guides is for girls...

Fourteenth Annual Corona Antiques & Collectibles Faire

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  Saturday, June 6, 2015 the Corona Heritage Park will host the Fourteenth Annual Corona Antiques & Collectibles Faire from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Since the turn of the 21st Century, the Corona Antiques & Collectibles Faire has been a window into the past, showcasing the Heritage Park & Museum, and bringing together antiques vendors and enthusiasts throughout the region. Providing opportunities in cultural discovery, the event brings a venue of exploration into art and designs that have come and gone. It’s about ever-changing artifacts where there’s more than just being able to l...


CAT Oklahoma 2
Opening May 22, Christian Arts and Theatre (CAT) presents the Rogers and Hammerstein All-American classic,  OKLAHOMA!  All your favorite songs like "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin', "I Cain't Say No", and "People Will  Say We're in Love" are all here with a vibrant joy and enthusiasm you will leave the theater with your toes tappin' and your heart flutterin' with happiness. The stellar cast of 66 actors, singers and dancers will bring the classic to life in a fresh and beautiful way. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW! Show dates are May 22 through May 31: Fridays, May 22 and 29 at 7 p.m.; Saturdays, May...

Water Conservation Priority for MACH 1 Mud Run

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The City of Corona announced today  in a Press Release that the 2015 MACH 1 Mud Run will proceed this year, but with a focus on reducing water. Due to the recently announced state mandated water restrictions, concerns were voiced by the community regarding water usage for the 2015 MACH 1 Mud Run event.  In response to the concerns, the City of Corona considered cancelling the event but has decided to proceed while making every effort to reduce the amount of potable water used. This decision was not made lightly.  City staff met with the City Attorney and spoke with race organizer KRFG to...

Paws in the Park Event

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On Saturday, May 30  from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Paws In the Park will be sponsoring a Dog Adoption Day at the playground area of the Shops at Dos Lagos in Corona [MAP]. The event has been planned by three local Girl Scouts from Troop 707 as they work toward earning their Silver Awards. Paige, Ashley, and Chelsea have organized this event to help provide homes for needy dogs, but it's going to be much more than that. The event will include free activities for kids  including face painting, dog bowl decorating, balloon animals and there will also be local pet services vendors, and pet rescue age...

Fixing Leaks the Right Way!

Fixing a water leak is a top priority for the Department of Water and Power. Before we start to dig, there are some important steps needed to ensure work is performed properly and safely. Before repairing a leak, it is required that Underground Service Alert, also known as DigAlert, is notified. Through the DigAlert program, all utility service companies are notified and required to mark any utility lines at the site within 48 hours of receiving notification. Once the area has been marked by all utility companies, the City is then allowed to begin the repair work. If a leak becomes a hea...

Chamber Salutes the Military with Memorial March Mile

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Recognizing the importance of the men and women who serve our country here in the U.S. and overseas, the Corona Chamber of Commerce salutes them annually for their bravery and sacrifice for our nation and this year the Chamber is hosting the inaugural Memorial March Mile on Saturday May 23. The walk will start at the Corona Chamber and end at Corona City Hall, walking around South Grand Boulevard. Once walkers arrive at the City Hall South Lawn near the Veterans Memorial, guest speaker Mike Ehredt will share his vision and story of how he ran across America to honor fallen soldiers of the A...

Historic Civic Center New Home to Kids Rock Free

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Corona’s Historic Civic Center is the new home of  Fender® Center for the Performing Arts, home to Kids Rock Free® School of Music. The new site was celebrated in Spring Fling on April 23, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The lesson rooms, studio, control room and admin suite were on display for all visitors. Student musicians performed and Raincross Drive filled the theater with their harmonies. Guests enjoyed refreshments and decorations that celebrated a legacy of Corona’s second high school built in the 1920s and the legacy of the Fender® guitar that took the music scene by storm starting in the...