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.
Corona teen, Isabelle Richards, and the Corona Norco Interfaith Association (CNIA) have teamed up to take this theme to a new level. On Saturday May 9 they will host “Friends And Faith; Together But Not The Same” a free, interactive, interfaith activity for Corona and Norco middle and high school aged youth.
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.
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.
City of Corona's Maintenance Services Department will be performing crack sealing repairs on Ontario from Mangular to Magnolia and on Magnolia from Ontario to Rimpau from Monday April 6, 2015 through Friday April 10, 2015. “Road Works” is the contractor and they will be following MUTCD guidelines for temporary traffic control and will only close one lane at a time. The work is expected to take five to seven days to complete. Please see chart below for lane closure schedule or call the City of Corona Public Works Department if you have further questions at 951-736-2266.
The Corona-Norco Day of the Child has been bringing much needed resources and awareness to parents and fun activities to children for the past 22 years. This program has brought community service information to thousands of parents. This is a one-stop shopping center for all the activities and services in the Corona-Norco area: Child Care Services, YMCA, Corona Life Services, Fender Museum-Kids Rock Free, Corona Symphony Orchestra, Norco Library, Corona Fire and PD K9 Unit, and Boy Scouts of America, just to name a few.
SR91 Project aesthetic elements represent input from Corona residents and the Corona City Council. Citrus elements that reflect Corona’s agricultural heritage will be incorporated along the 91 where there are sound walls in residential areas. This element will also be incorporated at select underpasses and abutments. A special feature of the project will be the gateways to the City ofCorona on the west end at Green River Road and the east end near the 15.
There have been media reports and social media postings regarding 3 separate kidnappings and sexual assaults occurring within the City of Corona, Eastvale and Norco area. There is no evidence to support any link of the incident occurring this morning with any reported incidents in the Eastvale or Norco area.
Special Olympics athletes and coaches will visit Corona to enjoy and learn about the town’s culture before competing in 2015 World Games
Corona announced today they will host Special Olympics Delegations (which include athletes and coaches) from Iran and Slovakia as part of the Special Olympics World Games Host Town program.... Continue reading...
Everyone knows the Corona Heritage Park contains Corona's history museum, historic buildings, beautiful old trees, and some of the most unique education resources in town; but did you know the former lemon ranch has been home to a commercial insectory for almost 40 years? Hidden in mysterious buildings erected in last century's teens and twenties are the inner workings of a very successful bug farm.
Thanks to the efforts of Blue Star Mothers and RememberingOurFallen.org, the City of Corona is hosting a touring photo display honoring our military who have died from wounds suffered in a war zone since September 11, 2001.