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Moreno Valley adds WiFi Gardens

Moreno Valley has installed free WiFi Gardens at three parks: Lasselle Sports Park, El Portero Park and Woodland Park.

The city now has WiFi Gardens, which allow residents to use the internet in city facilities, in 32 places, according to a statement on the city’s website.

“Our WiFi Gardens continue to open in parks and facilities across the city,” said Mayor Ulises Cabrera in the statement. “In addition to the social and educational benefits, the high-speed internet also helps them to access city resources, support, and information.”

Moreno Valley began its password-free WiFi Gardens program in June 2020 via the “ILoveMoVal” network. Access is available near any of the green WiFi Gardens signs.

A complete list of locations can be found at moval.org/clic, and an interactive map of WiFi Gardens can be found at moval.org/wifi.

 

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