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Water is Life Art Poster Contest Finalists and Winner

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.

Corona Police Community Partnership Scholarship Awards

In 1990, then Corona Police Chief John Cleghorn, introduced the concept of community policing in Corona, establishing a partnership between the police department and the community. This partnership, combined with the strategy of proactive problem solving and crime prevention, has resulted in improved community safety, and established the Corona Police Community Partnership, also known as “CPCP.”

Everything is Awesome in Recreation

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME IN RECREATION Summer is here and Recreation Services has great ways for you and your family to spend time with us! From swim lessons to LEGO engineering and robotics to a plethora of fitness classes, Recreation has something awesome for everyone in your family to enjoy! Ready to go head over heels? Recreation offers a number of gymnastics classes that teach balance, flexibility, and coordination to your child while he/she has fun and makes new friends.

Summer Camp Extravaganza in Corona


The City of Corona is seeking young adventurers for its Summer Day Camps! The City offers two summer camp programs: Adventure Day Camp (550 S. Vicentia Avenue) and Auburndale Day Camp (1045 Auburndale) an action-packed way for your children to spend their summer.

Adventure Day Camp is geared toward children ages 5-8 and will feature a variety of games, crafts, and group activities for your child to enjoy with his/her peers. Continue reading...

Young Americans Host Summer Camp in Corona

After 22 years of inspiring young people all over the world with their International Music Outreach Tours, 350 shows in 17 countries last year alone, The Young Americans has added a stop on their summer route in our community: “The Young Americans International Summer Camp!” Combining five days of intensive training for students grades 3rd – College, a dynamic group of 40 college-age teachers, many of whom have just returned from teaching in South Africa, Europe, China, and Japan, will give your camper an experience like none other. Continue reading...

Corona Youth Basketball Shoots & Scores!

After a successful youth basketball season with almost 400 participants, the City sent three All-Star youth basketball teams to the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation tournament held at the end of March.  Despite tough competition from other cities, we’re proud to congratulate all three of our All-Star teams which represented Corona well in the tournament! Continue reading...

26 Restaurants to Participate in Dine Out for Jordan Day!

The City of Corona has proclaimed Monday, April 7 as “Dine Out for Jordan Walker Day”. On this day, 26 restaurants will be participating in the Corona Chamber of Commerce’s “Dine Out for Jordan” Day. Jordan Walker is a junior at Santiago High School, who suffered a major spinal cord injury while playing in a CIF football game on Nov. 22, 2013. Dine Out for Jordan was created by the Corona Chamber to draw traffic to local businesses on a usually slow day in an effort to raise a substantial amount of money for Jordan and his family. In addition to medical bills, the Walkers’ home will need to be remodeled for wheelchair access.

CNUSD to Host Common Core Parent Information Nights

In the fall, Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) hosted a series of parent information nights about the Common Core State Standards.  The CNUSD has now announced a new series of parent nights this spring which will concentrate on the transition to Common Core Mathematics.  The primary focus will be to provide key information about the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, the 2013 Revision of the Mathematics Framework,  changes in instructional practices and curriculum, student and teacher resources, Common Core assessments, as well as a flow chart of courses,  implementation timeline, and tips for parents to assist children with Common Core Math. Continue reading...

NAVSEA to Fund Masters Degrees

The Navy and Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) will fund a number of Masters Degrees in Systems Engineering at Tuskegee University.

The Masters of Science in Systems Engineering (MSSE) Program at Tuskegee is designed to increase the number of advanced degree diversity STEM graduates with the knowledge, skills, and abilities that NAVSEA needs in its workforce.  Continue reading...

Chamber Seeks Restaurants to Join “Dine-Out for Jordan” Fundraiser

On November 22, 2013, 16-year-old Santiago High School student Jordan Walker suffered a spinal cord injury while playing in a CIF football game. He has since been undergoing intense rehabilitation, and still has a long road ahead of him as he learns to live life without use of his limbs. His family is planning on moving him to a facility in Colorado for specialized care. Continue reading...