Pickup & Recycling of Your Old Appliances

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Do you have old and even broken appliances taking up valuable space in your house or garage? No need to leave them collecting dust any longer! There is an Appliance Disposal service available to Corona. With just a simple phone call you can have your working or non-working appliances hauled away at your convenience. Kitchen appliances are often thrown out onto the curb for the garbage collectors to pick up. From there they are taken to landfills where they take up space, rust, and can exp...
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“Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive

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In the past 23 years the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC)  "Stamp out Hunger" food drive has been the nation's largest single-day food drive. Last year, the mail carriers' union collected more than 74 millions pounds of food along its postal routes. On Saturday May 14, 2016 the NALC will collect food for the families in need during their regular postal delivery route. The food collected will go a long way to help feed people in need. There has been a big increase in services the l...
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2015 Winter Holiday Festivities 🎅

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Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way to one of these jolly holiday celebrations! Local businesses, schools, and non-profits throughout the City of Corona are hosting events all winter long. There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Just Plain Dancin’, a local dance studio in Corona, is hosting their 2nd Annual Christmas Boutique on Saturday, November 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2451 Pomona rd. [MAP] The event is a fundraiser for the Circle of Hope Dancers Foundat...
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Power outage? Check your irrigation timer!

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Did your power go out?  Do your sprinklers come on more times than they should? Many irrigation timers have factory default settings that are set to water every day for at least 10 minutes a station or more. When there is a power outage these irrigation timers automatically return to the factory default settings. This jump in watering can cause you to waste water and exceed your water budget, which may go unnoticed for a while. Therefore it is important to check your irrigation controller aft...
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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 ...
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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 t...
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CAT Presents OKLAHOMA!

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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...
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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 bo...
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Fixing Leaks the Right Way!

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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 ...
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Impacts of Governor Brown’s Executive Order on Corona

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On April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued an executive order regarding the state’s current drought.  The Governor’s Executive Order B-29-15 can be found online by clicking here. Executive Order B-29-15 mandates a 25 percent statewide reduction in potable, or drinking, water use due to California’s drought and current water supply situation. The executive order contains restrictions on water uses, and anyone wasting water or not meeting the required reduction may face fines and penalties. The State...
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WB 91 Main Street Off-Ramp to Close for 10 Months

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The 91 Project will require the closure of the westbound 91 Main Street off-ramp in Corona for approximately 10 months, starting May 15, 2015 at 9 p.m. Signage for this closure has been in place at this ramp for the past two weeks and signage on westbound 91 and the 15 will be added. Please use the westbound Lincoln Avenue off-ramp as the detour; alternate routes will be McKinley Avenue at the 91 and Hidden Valley Parkway at Interstate 15. The ramp closure will allow crews to safely rebuild the ...
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Save Water and Money with the Cash for Grass Rebate Program

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The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is pleased to offer the Cash for Grass rebate program to help residents replace turf grass with water wise plants. Participants receive up to $3 per square foot for turf grass that is replaced. The purpose of the program is to incentivize water-efficient planting alternatives to turf grass, as well as to increase water use efficiency in Corona. Removing turf grass is a great way to save water and money! The Cash for Grass project is open ...
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Corona Introduces Adaptive Recreation: Friday Night Fun

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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. The various programs will include Friday Night Fun, a social program with a structured format where participants engage in multiple activities and games that are sure to create a fun and welcoming environment. The Friday Nigh...
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Relay for Life: Register Your Team Now!

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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 [MAP] in Corona. The Relay for Life is an organized, overnight community fundraising walk to help find the cure for cancer.  Teams of people camp out around a track and cheer each other on as they take their turn walking. Individuals can also participate. There is food, games, activities and entertainment for 24 hours of fu...
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Corona PD Officer and Citizen Rescue Trapped Driver from Burning Car

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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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