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Moreno Valley to resume in-person city services

Starting Tuesday, June 1 all Moreno Valley city facilities will be reopened for in-person service.

The Moreno Valley City Council will resume its in-person meetings, although city-operated facilities will continue to adhere to public safety guidelines set forth by the State of California and Riverside County.

“State guidelines have eased, and that allows us to expand our already robust level of service to the community,” said Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez in a statement posted on the city’s website. “As we begin to put the pandemic in our rearview mirror, I would like to encourage eligible residents to take advantage of one of the city’s many vaccination sites.”

The city’s online services remain available, but in-person services will be available without an appointment, according to the statement.

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