Invasive Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes Detected in Western Riverside County

Invasive Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes Detected in Western Riverside County
Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control District has detected invasive yellow fever mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) in Western Riverside County. This species was recently found on July 19, 2016, in the city of Corona near Village Grove Lake.  This is the second detection in the District where the yellow fever mosquito has been found.  Please inform the Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control District if you experience day biting mosquitoes by calling 951-340-9792. Aedes aegypti is not native to Califo...
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Weekend Closure of Eastbound 91 Lincoln Avenue Off-Ramp and Westbound 91 Lincoln Avenue On-Ramp Friday, July 22 at 9 pm to Monday, July 25 at 4 am

Weekend Closure of Eastbound 91 Lincoln Avenue Off-Ramp and Westbound 91 Lincoln Avenue On-Ramp Friday, July 22 at 9 pm to Monday, July 25 at 4 am
As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 91 Project, two Lincoln Avenue ramps at the 91 will be closed for a 55-hour period from Friday, July 22 at 9 pm to Monday, July 25, 2016 at 4 am. Closures include: The eastbound 91 Lincoln Avenue off-ramp will be closed to allow crews to continue working on the new ramp configuration. Motorists will be detoured to Main Street where they can head north and turn left on Grand Boulevard, turn right on Railroad Street and then head wes...
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91 Project: Motorists can expect to see other ramps reopening throughout the summer and fall

91 Project ramp openings
The westbound 91 Main Street off-ramp in Corona reopened to motorists on July 14, following a 14-month closure of this ramp for 91 Project construction. Motorists exiting the ramp are limited to right turns at this time. On June 23, the eastbound 91 Main Street on-ramp also reopened. Motorists can expect to see other ramps reopening throughout the summer and fall. The Riverside County Transportation Commission thanks motorists, businesses and residents for their patience during the 91 Project...
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Full Closure of Westbound 91 at Coal Canyon: Saturday, July 23 at 11 pm to Sunday, July 24 at 7 am

Full Closure of Westbound 91 at Coal Canyon
As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission's (RCTC) 91 Project, there will be a full closure of westbound 91 at Coal Canyon, west of Green River Road, from Saturday, July 23 at 11 pm to Sunday, July 24 at 7 am. The Orange County westbound 91 Express Lanes also will be closed during this eight-hour period. The closure is needed to install overhead signs. Suggested detour routes include: Northbound I-15 to westbound 60 to southbound 57; or Northbound 71 to westbound 60 to...
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ALL SHOOK UP | A MUSICAL COMEDY JULY 29 – AUGUST 7

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Christian Arts and Theatre Present A Comedic Romp, Elvis Style! All Shook Up is a musical comedy built around a number of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. While it is NOT a biographical revue of Elvis, the story takes place in 1955, somewhere in middle America, where one girl's dream and a surprise visit from a mysterious leather-jacketed, guitar-playing stranger ( who is remarkable similar to Elvis) help a small town to discover the magic of romance and the power of rock & roll. T...
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2016 CLEAR THE SHELTERS EVENT: JULY 18 – JULY 23

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The City of Corona Animal Shelter is partnering with more than 55 animal shelters throughout Southern California for the NBC4 and Telemundo52 Clear the Shelters event to be held on Saturday, July 23, 2016. Clear the Shelters was created to help address the overcrowding of animals at animal shelters and raise awareness about the benefits of adopting from a local animal shelter. The 2015 event resulted in the largest single day pet adoption event in Southern California resulting in more tha...
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Students Ride RTA buses for only 25¢ all summer long!

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Corona Students: This summer, get out and have some fun! Visit Dos Lagos, Pole Position Raceway, the mall, or the beach for only a quarter! RTA is offering all students, grades 1-12, 25-cent fares aboard any bus June 1st through September  10th. Just flash your student ID, and RTA will take you there! With comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi service and USB ports in most buses; there’s never been a better time to ride the bus. Parents, rest assured that we’ll get your kids where they ne...
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Vector Control to Perform Adult Mosquito Spray Treatments July 1st

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The Northwest Mosquito & Vector Control District will be performing adult mosquito spray treatments on July 1, 2016 to lower the mosquito population affecting recreational and residential areas in the City of Corona. The spray application will be conducted between the hours of 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. at the following locations: the open space area parallel to W Rincon St., between Corydon St. & Auburndale St., Corona Airport, open space area along railroad tracks near Auto Center Dr., and veget...
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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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Corona DWP: 2016 Annual Water Quality Report

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2016 Annual Water Quality Report The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) has completed its annual Consumer Confidence report for the 2015 year. DWP is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality product and service. The annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is an example of DWP’s ability to deliver to our customers the best quality drinking water that meets or exceeds health standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the California ...
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Music & Pub Crawl to benefit Kids Rock Free® School of Music

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Changing kids’ lives one note at a time... The first Endless Summer Music & Pub Crawl is happening this August to support music education for kids in Corona and surrounding communities.  Bring your friends and enjoy the fun at the Dos Lagos participating restaurants and breweries that are generously helping Kids Rock Free® School of Music raise funds for this important community benefit. On August 26, 2016, pre-registered crawlers will check-in at Vino Veritas and be ushered in groups be...
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Revive Women’s Event in Corona

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REVIVE is a bi-annual women’s outreach event sponsored by Gap Gals Ministry, which is a local non-profit organization focused on Uniting, Empowering, & Equipping women so they can make a difference in the lives around them.  The Revive event on Friday, August 26, 2016 is a night of fun, inspiration, and hope as women of all ages gather and unite together across the Inland Empire.  The keynote speaker, Marian Jordan Ellis from San Antonio, Texas, will speak a message of hope to women of all g...
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Summer Music Lessons with Fender Center for the Performing Arts

Fender Center for the Performing ArtsOffering Music Classes for all ages
It’s never too late to learn something new, which is why the Fender Center for the Performing Arts has a wide range of music classes for all ages.  Why let the kids have all the fun? New classes are starting for all ages to experience and make music.  All classes are hands-on.  Fender Center for the Performing Arts has instruments for all the students in a group lesson or you can schedule a private lesson at your convenience.  Adult piano and guitar classes are open to all levels. The week...
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Coming Soon: Electric Vehicle Charging Stations & Bike Racks, Lockers!

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Do you want to ride your bike more, but don’t have a place to secure it? Have an electric vehicle that needs a quick charge while you’re on the road? We’ve got some good news for you! The City of Corona received grant funding to install bicycle racks and electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Two grants were obtained, one from the California Energy Commission (CEC) and the other from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee...
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City Selects New Information Technology Director

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The City of Corona hired a new Information Technology Director after holding a national recruitment through Bob Murray & Associates in order to fill the vacant position due to the retirement of former Director Steve Larson.  After being selected out of more than 166 potential candidates, Chris McMasters started with the City of Corona on April 18, 2016. “I’m truly excited to serve others,” said McMasters. “And I look forward to helping the City of Corona become a data driven organizati...
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