The City of Corona Library and Recreation Services offers its Kids Club After-School Recreation program at eight school sites for children in kindergarten through sixth grade and invites you to join the Club!
Kids Club is led by recreation staff that offer students homework assistance, arts & crafts, sports, games and more for children from the time of school dismissal until 6 p.m. The main goal at the school sites is to provide a safe, healthy and comfortable environment for participants and staff is continuously working to ensure this goal is met each and every day.
Are you the parent of a future star? Does your child love to sing? Would you like to see your child on stage? The next American Idol? Circle City Chorale (C3) is forming a children's choir in Corona for kids in the 4th through 8th grades. This choir will make its debut as guests at C3 Holiday Concerts, Dec. 6 and 7.
Construction Activities – July 28 to August 2, 2014
As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s 91 Project in Corona and Riverside, construction crews will conduct numerous activities on the 91 and 15. Noise can be expected with these activities. For the safety of construction workers and the motoring public, closures will be needed. Following are details for work taking place Monday night, July 28 to Saturday morning, August 2, 2014. There will be alternating ramp closures so that no consecutive ramps are closed at the same time.
On July 20, 2014, the Corona Police Department began hosting its fifth police explorer academy. The academy is a week-long and culminates with a graduation ceremony on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Thirty-three young men and women are enrolled in this year’s explorer academy. Each day the explorers receive instruction in a class setting, on subjects such as career choices, first aid, leadership, lifetime fitness, handcuffing, K-9 tactics and communications.
Have you ever wanted to know more about local government? Would you like to learn about the role of the City Council and how decisions are made? If so, then the next Women’s Leadership Luncheon is for you!
On Wednesday, August 6th, from 11:30 a.m. to 1p.m. at the Sizzler Restaurant (1461 Rimpau Avenue), the Corona Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Corona will present “Your Local Government: Working for You” as part of the Women’s Leadership Luncheon series. The luncheon will feature Mayor Karen Spiegel who will explain the different forms of government and the role of the City Council.
The Corona Police Department invites you, your neighbors, and community groups to be a part of National Night Out (NNO), Tuesday, August 5,2014. NNO events are intended to heighten crime and drug awareness, generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. We want to send a message back to criminals letting them know that Corona neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) would like to recognize the finalists and winner of the 2014 Water is Life Art Poster Contest.
If you would like more information about next year’s contest, click here.
A new Walmart Neighborhood Market coming to West Sixth Street in Corona sparks the revitalization of a dated commercial plaza.
The project has razed an existing commercial building that was formally the El Tapatio Market and adjacent in-line tenant spaces totaling 28,050 square feet to construct a new 34,561 square foot grocery building and drive through pharmacy located at 1560 W. Sixth Street.
Texas Roadhouse’s second southern California location is scheduled to open Monday July 21, 2014 in Corona.
After demolishing an existing restaurant facility in order to construct the new 10,414 square foot restaurant located at 370 N. McKinley Street, the public has been eagerly awaiting since it was discussed in February 2013 Infrastructure Committee Meeting. Continue reading...
SeeClickFix program is a way every day Corona Citizens can take charge in their neighborhoods. This easy to use program is a simple way to communicate with the City of Corona. You can download the SeeClickFix mobile application to your smartphone and start reporting issues you see in your area.
If you spot some graffiti, snap a photo with your phone and submit in your SeeClickFix application tagging the exact location and it will automatically send the City of Corona an alert of the issue. Continue reading...