Tuesday , June 18 2024

City / County News

Innovation District Considered

Riverside buys office building

Officials from Riverside’s business, education and government sectors are examining ways the city can create an innovation district. The Innovation District Working Group will make recommendations to the city council regarding how to create such an entity and where it might be located, with the goal of creating a 21st …

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City Looks to Help Small Businesses

City Looks to Help Small Businesses

Apple Valley is trying to help its small businesses grow. The Apple Seed Small Business Loan Program provides loans that can be used for multiple purposes, including purchasing equipment or inventory or providing special training for employees, according to a statement released this week. The minimum $10,000 loans include a …

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City Installs Solar Technology

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Rancho Cucamonga has installed solar panels at five city facilities. Central Park, Epicenter Stadium and Sports Complex, Banyan Fire Station, Day Creek Fire Station and the city’s animal complex will all be fitted with the energy-saving devices by this summer, according to a statement on the city’s website. The SolarRC …

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State Cuts Water Use as Drought Persists

Water Getting Expensive in Inland Empire

California residents saved an estimated 35 billion gallons of water during March, according to data released Tuesday. That was a 24.3 percent reduction compared with March 2013 and double the amount that was conserved in February of this year, the State Water Resources Control Board reported. State residents conserved nearly …

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Moreno Valley Receives Awards

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Moreno Valley has received three Merit Awards for excellence in economic development programming from the California Association for Local Economic Development. The city was recognized for its efforts in attracting a Karma Automotive manufacturing facility to the city, its Hire MoVal program – which tries to get city businesses to …

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State of the City Scheduled

Palm Springs has new EDD

Palm Springs is scheduled to hold its annual State of the City event May 12. All residents and business owners within the city are invited to attend this year’s gathering, which is being presented by the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce, according to a statement on the city’s website. The …

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