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Mayor, City Council Urge Residents to Support Local Restaurants, Sector Employed 5,000 Residents Before Coronavirus Crisis

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (April 1, 2020) -- Whether we choose to do it on Takeout Tuesday or a day without a clever nickname, every dollar residents spend ordering out from MoVal restaurants helps support a business sector that, when healthy, employs as many as 5,000 Moreno Valley residents.   "Food-preparation and -service businesses can make a

April 1st, 2020|

MoVal Makes Changes to “Hire a MoVal Veteran” New Rules Offer Incentives to Both Employers and Hired Veterans

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (Feb. 22, 2020) -- The Moreno Valley City Council has approved changes to the City's Hire a MoVal Veteran program, adding a new $500 bonus for MoVal military veterans hired locally and increasing the incentive for the hiring employer, as well.   Hire a MoVal Vet, part of the City's larger Hire MoVal

February 26th, 2020|

Millennial Home Ownership Increases in Moreno Valley, Home Buying by 18-34-Year-Olds Defies National Trend

Young people between the ages of 18 and 34 -- the so-called Millennials -- learned a tough lesson from the Great Recession: Home ownership carries with it a certain amount of risk. So it's not surprising that the national rate of home ownership for that age group has dropped about three percent in the last

February 5th, 2020|

Moreno Valley Hosts Annual Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference

Commercial real estate owners, developers and property managers from across Southern California along with economic development executives, buyers and lenders active in the retail, industrial and multi-family sectors converged on Moreno Valley today for the Annual Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference.   The event, held Jan. 23 at the City's Conference & Recreation Center,

January 24th, 2020|

Moreno Valley Honored as “Public Partner of the Year” Recognition from Inland Empire Economic Partnership

  City leaders from Moreno Valley proudly accepted the City's designation as Public Partner of the Year from the Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP). The recognition was presented at the organization's annual dinner on Jan. 16.   Moreno Valley, Riverside County's second-largest City, was chosen for the IEEP honor in recognition of its successful efforts

January 24th, 2020|

MoVaLEARNS – Mayor’s Challenge Will Help MVC Students Finish School

MORENO VALLEY, CA (August 28, 2019) -- Fifty Moreno Valley College students are starting school this week with a much better chance of staying in school and graduating thanks to the MoVaLEARNS – Mayor’s Challenge initiative, which provides qualified students with a total $2,000 stipend for the 2019-20 school year. MoVaLEARNS – Mayor’s Challenge is a

August 28th, 2019|

Mayor Reveals Remarkable Statistic: 20,000 New Jobs Created in Six Years

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (August 22, 2019) -- If it seems like the Moreno Valley economy is humming these days, it's not your imagination. As Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez, Mayor of Moreno Valley, revealed in his annual State of the City address today (August 22), 20,000 new jobs have been created here in just the past six years,

August 26th, 2019|

City Offers MoVal College Students Stipends to Stay in School

MORENO VALLEY, CA (June 5, 2019) - The City of Moreno Valley is partnering with Moreno Valley College to offer students a monthly stipend to help them stay in school. Starting this fall, “MoVaLEARNS – Mayor’s Challenge” will provide Moreno Valley College Career and Technical Education (CTE) students in good standing a $250-a-month stipend for eight

June 17th, 2019|

Real Estate Leaders Converge in Moreno Valley to Celebrate Growth, Job Creation

Hundreds of leaders in the real estate industry converged on Moreno Valley this week to attend The Inland Empire Real Estate Conference, the region’s premier real estate event, to explore current and future trends in the rapidly growing Inland Empire market. “The Inland Empire is projected to surpass Orange and San Diego Counties in population

January 29th, 2019|
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