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The City of Corona Library and Recreation Services Department is broadening its outreach to the community to include a versatile Adaptive Recreation Program. This unique program will provide recreational opportunities for teens and adults with developmental disabilities.
Update as of April 20 @ 8:30 a.m. - The Highway Fire is holding at 1020 acres with 35 percent containment. All evacuations have been lifted. All road closures were lifted as of 6 p.m. on April 19. Please drive cautiously and yield to fire equipment on roadways. There continues to be low lying smoke in the surrounding communities. Residents with sensitivity to smoke should be cautioned about heavy smoke in the fire area and beyond to neighboring communities.
Join us Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at the Sizzler Restaurant where the Corona Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Corona, presents "3 Follow Up Strategies To Get More Clients and Close More Sales” as part of the Women’s Leadership Luncheon series. Our special guest is Wanda Allen, National Speaker, Coach and Author, will share her proven follow up system and strategies that are tried, tested, proven and effective. These strategies will dramatically increase sales, significantly increase pipelines and strengthen relationships.
The Corona Relay for Life is hosting its 16th year here in Corona and it's time to register your teams! The Relay will be held May 16-17 starting at 9 a.m. at Santana Park in Corona.
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 car and carry her to safety before the vehicle became fully engulfed with flames.
The Traffic Bureau is proud to present its “Drive 4 Life” teen driver safety program Saturday, May 9, 2015. This program is designed for young drivers who have a license as well as those who are about to get one. Our goal is to provide a FREE service to our community by educating our young drivers and their parents in an effort to promote traffic safety on our roadways and to prevent fatal traffic collisions.
During the week of April 12-18, the Corona Police Department is proud to support and show appreciation to our hard-working men and women of the Corona Animal Services and Enforcement Animal Control 1Unit as we celebrate the 2015 Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week. These employees devote huge amounts of time and resources, while they serve the Corona community.
During the week of April 12-18, we are proud to support our CPD Dispatchers for the 2015 National Public Safety Dispatcher Appreciation Week. Public Safety Dispatchers are the ones who answer most of the incoming calls to Corona PD and relay important information to our officers in the field.
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.
Palisades at Sierra Del Oro had brought a new rental community into Corona that offers luxury lifestyle amenities and fulfills a demand for high-quality rental homes in the region. Located off of Palisades Drive these 288 for-lease luxury apartments at Palisades at Sierra Del Oro are complete with for-sale quality finishes and amenities including expansive 9-foot ceilings and open concept living areas. The community features six floor plan choices including one-, two- and three-bedroom options with one- and two-bathrooms, ranging in size from 842 to 1,410 square feet. Homes include personal balconies or patios, air conditioning, accent color walls, paneled doors, full-size washers and dryers, upgraded wood-style flooring and flat panel TV connects in living rooms. Kitchens include complete stainless steel appliance packages, granite countertops, modern shaker-style cabinetry and USB charging ports.
Have you had a power outage recently? Have you noticed your sprinklers running more than normal? We want to take a moment to remind you that a power outage can cause your irrigation controller to reset to the default settings, which may cause you to exceed your water budget.
Motorists and residents will begin seeing the removal of additional sound walls along the 91 roadway this month as part of the 91 Project. The remaining portion of an existing sound wall will be removed near the eastbound off-ramp near Serfas Club Drive. An additional sound wall will be removed near the Smith Avenue overcrossing, south of the 91.
It’s time to celebrate National Library Week! April 12 to April 18 are the official dates but the Corona Public Library’s Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is kicking it off a day early on Saturday, April 11 with a Teen Art Festival in the Community Room.
As part of the SR91 Project, there are several road reductions and construction zones scheduled for April. Starting April 6 for a one week duration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m: West Grand Blvd. will be down to one lane with flaggers. Starting April 13 for a one month duration: East Grand Blvd. will be down to one lane each direction to lower the road. Starting April 18 for one night from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.: Lincoln Ave. will be reduced to two lanes to install transmission poles. Starting April 27 for 45 days: Joy Street, proposed closure to surcharge for bridge abutment. This will require long-term detour for all business north of this area and the Main Street Metrolink Station. This is pending review at this time.