City Hall Welcomes You

Customer Service Concierge Desk
Have you ever visited City Hall to pay a bill or enroll in a program, but you didn’t know where to go?  Well, the next time you visit City Hall, you may notice something new in the lobby – our concierge desk!  As part of our ongoing efforts to provide top-of-the-line customer service to residents, the City has installed a concierge desk next to the lobby elevators.  The desk is staffed by a City employee who is ready to greet and direct you to appropriate City departments or outside agencies....
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Donate Blood & Learn About Your Blood Type!

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What’s Your Type? Blood Donation Facts: Everyone belongs to one of four blood groups: O type – 46%                      B type – 10%11 A type – 40%                      AB type – 4% Who can use whose blood? Patient:                                             Donor: O negative can use O negative only O positive can use O positive, O negative A negative can use A negative, O negative A positive can use A positive, A negative, O positive, O negative B...
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Free Legal Aid Clinics

Legal Aid Clinic
Have you ever wondered what your rights are? Do you have questions about wage garnishments or have a dispute with your landlord? If you have a legal question and want professional advice, The Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association, Inc. (IELLA) has an excellent opportunity for you to receive the help you need. The Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association, Inc., through the support of the City of Corona and the City Attorney's Office, provides free legal aid to income qualified individuals. ...
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Concerts on the Green

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The City’s annual summer concert series is back and ready to spice up those summer nights with cool tunes and rocking rhythms! This year’s series will have a variety of sounds from the Beach Boys and 80’s rock ‘n roll classics from Bon Jovi, to the upbeat harmonies of Latin music and soulful sounds of rhythm and blues. This year’s line-up is sure to deliver tunes that will get you up and out of your seat! Thursday, July 9th - Woodie and the Longboards Thursday, July 16th - Born Jovi ...
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Chamber Salutes the Military with Memorial March Mile

Mike Ehredt
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 E...
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Corona PD Officer and Citizen Rescue Trapped Driver from Burning Car

Corona PD Officer Michael Neff Recognition
On Thursday March 5th, 2015 at 11:53 pm, Corona Police were dispatched to a 911 call about a vehicle fire. Officer Michael Neff arrived and saw a white Ford Escape crashed into a tree and its engine fully engulfed in flames. Two local citizens were already attempting to assist the trapped driver. Officer Neff attempted to extinguish the fire with the help of the two citizens. Officer Neff, Citizen Kenneth Lee and an unidentified citizen had just enough time to rescue the driver from the burning ...
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Talbert Announces Management Team Appointments

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Corona, CA- Darrell Talbert has announced the selection of his management team. Current Police Chief Michael Abel and current Administrative Services Director Kerry Eden have been appointed as Assistant City Managers effective April 17, coinciding with Talbert’s first official day as City Manager for the City of Corona. As part of continued cost containment measures, Abel and Eden will continue to oversee their respective departments as well as their newly appointed roles. Abel began with the...
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