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.
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.
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.
The Corona Fire and Police Department invite you to attend our annual Public Safety Day on Oct. 4, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join us for a day of fun, education and excitement for the entire family at the Crossings at Corona Shopping Center in front of Kohl’s Store, at Cajalco Rd. and I-15.
This free event is family friendly and will feature information booths of many public safety related topics.
The Corona Chamber is excited to announce the 3rd annual Women’s Leadership Conference which will be held on Thursday, September 18, 2014, at the Historic Civic Center at 815 W. Sixth St. in Corona. The conference will include: continental breakfast, opening, morning and closing sessions, in addition to six different breakout sessions and lunch. The event will conclude with a wine and dessert reception with Corona Mayor Karen Spiegel, other elected officials and dignitaries.
Are you new to Corona and interested in finding out more about the City? Or, have you lived here for years but would like access to in-depth information about City functions? You may already be familiar with www.DiscoverCorona.com, the City’s up-to-date website where you can find job opportunities, a calendar of events, contact City Council, view City Council meetings and much more!
We can help – get up to $2,000 for buying a new Alternative Fuel Vehicle!!!
The City of Corona is offering residents incentives to purchase qualified alternative fuel vehicles from auto dealerships here in town. You may be eligible for a rebate of $2,000 for new alternative fuel vehicle or $1,000 for a qualified used vehicle. The Corona City Council approved $40,000 for this program this fiscal year, July 2014 through June 2015. Residents have already been applying for rebates, so if you’re thinking of purchasing an alternative fuel vehicle, you should consider the City’s Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program.
On August 8, 2014, the Corona Police Department’s K9 unit welcomed their newest addition.
“Ziggy” is a three year old Dutch Shepherd who will be assigned to his handler, Officer Daniel Matson. They will soon begin their six week Basic K9 Course at Adlerhorst International and upon completion of the class, they will be assigned to patrol duties.... Continue reading...