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Moreno Valley Helps You Recruit Employees

One of the unique incentives that the City of Moreno Valley offers to businesses and residents is the popular Business & Employment Resource Center, or BERC. Operated in partnership with the County of Riverside and recently designated as an America’s Job Center of California, the BERC is a one-stop resource center for all Moreno Valley

March 31st, 2021|

Commercial Real Estate Development Update

Even as the impacts of COVID-19 continue, the City of Moreno Valley saw strong commercial real estate development in 2020. As restaurants adapted to takeout and delivery models, new cuisine options were added to Moreno Valley’s already expansive list of eateries, including: Alamilla’s Mexican Food BurgerIM Country Kitchen Crepes & Cravings Cupcakes & Espresso Fatburger

February 10th, 2021|

Moreno Valley’s Demographics in 2021

Each year, Moreno Valley obtains the most current figures in population, household size and income, workforce and occupation and more. Figures for 2021 were just released, and a comparison of demographics from 2015 to 2021 shows the following: Growth Beyond Compare: Moreno Valley’s estimated population for 2021 is 214,982, and the City will grow by

January 27th, 2021|

Employment Resource Center Becomes Comprehensive “America’s Job Centers of California” Office

To provide more job-seeking and employment-recruitment services directly to Moreno Valley residents, the Mayor and City Council have approved an agreement with federal, state and county partners to designate the City's Employment Resource Center (ERC) as a comprehensive America's Job Centers of California (AJCC) office. Since it opened in 2009, the Moreno Valley ERC (12625 Frederick St.)

January 13th, 2021|

Keeping Small Business in Business

The City of Moreno Valley is a rapidly growing community, boasting more than 4,500 thriving businesses. The City’s Economic Development Department regularly offers a variety of resources, workshops and consulting to businesses at no cost. But in March of 2020, when the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) turned the world upside down, “business as usual” became a

January 12th, 2021|

Destination MoVal

Several years ago, the City of Moreno Valley purchased approximately 60 acres at Alessandro Boulevard and Nason Street. At the time, City officials envisioned the property as a potential Civic Center site. As the City grew, so did the vision – that Moreno Valley continue its emergence as a premier Inland Empire community by creating

January 12th, 2021|

Moreno Valley a Gamechanger

Moreno Valley’s Economic Development team recently celebrated a leading award from CALED, the California Association for Local Economic Development. With more than 800 members, CALED is one of the largest economic development associations in the country. CALED promotes education on how economic development grows business, generates revenue to support community development and creates and retains

December 15th, 2020|

Industrial Development

Do you know what the businesses LeGrand (the largest global producer of electrical switches and sockets), Keeco Home (a fashion home bedding/bath/window supplier) and Toolots (an industrial tool and machinery supplier) have in common? Well, they all just expanded their business in Moreno Valley, of course. The pandemic of 2020 has done nothing to slow

December 3rd, 2020|
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