City Updates

We Welcome Karla – Our New EDC Intern

Karla Martinez is an undergraduate senior at the University of California, Riverside studying Public Policy with a concentration on Social, Family, Cultural Policy and Policy Institutions and Processes. Karla was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and has been living in the City of Riverside throughout the course of her undergraduate career. She is
The Governor’s California Blueprint bolsters state’s ongoing work to address COVID-19, climate change, homelessness, inequality and keeping our streets safe SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today unveiled his 2022-23 state budget proposal – the California Blueprint, a bold plan building on the state’s ongoing work to confront California’s greatest existential threats, bolster our strong economic growth

Submit to DigiFest Temecula

DigiFest Temecula Opens Submissions to its 6th Annual Digital-Media Festival Temecula, CA: The sixth annual three-day festival, DigiFest Temecula, hosted by nonprofit JDS Creative Academy, has opened submissions for the 2022 digital-media competition. Categories include short film and video, animation, game design, music, photography, digital art and illustration, podcast, and website design. Anyone and everyone is

New STEM Buildings – MJSC

New STEM buildings will be coming to Mt. San Jacinto College over the next 3 years. A $49-million, 36,922 square foot, three-story building in San Jacinto is set to open in fall 2023. It will include classrooms and labs for anatomy and physiology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology math, microbiology, physics as well as faculty offices.
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