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CPUC to hold Environmental Review Workshop

Southern California Edison (SCE) has submitted an application to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for approval to construct the Circle City Substation and Mira Loma-Jefferson 66 kV Subtransmission Line Project in Corona.  The substation is planned to be located near the intersection of Magnolia and Promenade, just south of East Sixth Street, and the high voltage lines would appear bisect the heart of our community.
 
In November of 2015 the City of Corona urged Southern California Edison (SCE) to be transparent with its customers, and on January 6, 2016 Corona filed a protest of the application, in part because Corona believes that SCE has done little to notify the community and solicit its input regarding the impacts of the Project.
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Give a Rose to a Corona Animal Shelter Pet

The City of Corona’s Animal Shelter is temporarily home to many eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. These wonderful companions are waiting for their true love to find them and sweep them off of their paws.  You can make their Valentine’s Day dream come true!
 
On Saturday, February 13, 2016, the Corona Animal Shelter will help you find your Fur-Ever love by offering dogs and cats available for adoption for only $20, which includes the spay & neuter costs.  Normal Dog-Licensing fees still apply.
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Dates Finalized for 91 Project Closures

Plan ahead, avoid the area, or stay home. The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) is offering these words of wisdom to motorists in preparation for a weekend full closure of both the eastbound and westbound 91 between the 71 and Interstate 15 in Corona next month.

As part of the 91 Project in Corona, RCTC today launched its “91 Steer Clear” public service campaign to remind motorists that the roadway will be fully closed from Friday, February 19 at 9 p.m. to Monday, February 22 at 4 a.m. Read More >>
 

City Launches Opendata Interface for Financial Transparency

On Jan. 15, 2016 the City of Corona will launch the latest feature in its quest for open government, Open Budget and Open Checkbook, powered by Socrata. 

The City of Corona is introducing this online interactive tool as a part of a first phase of a citywide coordinated effort to provide greater transparency and foster an environment of openness in regards to the interworkings of local government.
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Charter & District Exploratory Study Sessions

The City Council established a Charter/District Exploratory Committee to investigate and study city charters and election districts to determine whether either should be created for Corona. The subcommittee has been working closely with the selected consultant for this project, National Demographics Corporation (NDC). NDC has been leading and moderating discussions with the Charter/District Exploratory Committee, members of the public and City staff, to educate them on the advantages and disadvantages of election districts vs. at-large elections and charter vs. general law forms of government. Read More >>
 
SpotLight

Comments, Questions and Concerns

This page is designed to enable the public to explore and comment on City services and offer customer service feedback to City Departments.Read More >>

Economic Development

Visit TeamCorona.com to better understand the Team Corona difference and plug-into our award winning assistance programs.Read More >>

Disaster Preparedness

A natural disaster or emergency can strike at any moment. The City of Corona offers residents a variety of resources and information to help you plan. Protect yourself and your family in the future by taking steps to be prepared today!Read More >>

Graffiti Removal

Graffiti is a crime that affects us all. Learn how you can be part of the solution and keep our community beautiful.
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Traffic

Do you have concerns about traffic? Contact the Public Works Traffic Engineering Section for assistance!Read More >>

Corona Public Library

The Corona Public Library offers a wealth of programs, information and resources for the community.Read More >>

20 % By 2020

In November 2009, the California Legislature passed Senate Bill No. 7, which requires all water agencies to reduce per capita water use 20% by 2020. Learn about Corona’s water supply and efforts to meet the 20% by 2020 water use reduction target.Read More >>