Special Notice

City Council Meeting Sept 4, 2014 (PDF)

Open Session 7:00PM

Next Planning Commission Meeting Sept 10, 2014

Meetings start at 7:00PM

Jurupa Valley

Residents urged to write Governor Brown in support of Senate Bill 69

Senate Bill 69, sponsored by Senator Richard Roth (D-Riverside), promises to restore millions in crucial state revenue that was stripped from newly incorporated cities as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 89 in July, 2011. Unless this vital revenue is restored, the City of Jurupa Valley faces an uncertain future.

Letters should be addressed to Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA 95814.

(Click for Sample Letter)

Construction Notice

Clay Street Temporary Closure

Clay Street & UPRR Railroad Grade Seperation Project

Reminder: Businesses will be open during construction

Clay Street Construction NoticeClick on above image for larger flyer

Click here for status update June 12, 2014

Click here for a work zone map

Traffic Delays and Road Closure

Master Plan Area B Trunk Sewer and Non-Potable Waterline Projects

JCSD Construction Map

The Jurupa Community Services District will be managing a series of capital improvement projects within the City of Jurupa Valley. The Master Plan Area B Trunk Sewer will involve the installation of a new sanitary sewer line and recycled water pipe. In addition, developer-related improvements for the adjacent housing developments will also be installed. Segments of the remaining construction will involve lane reductions on Bellegrave Avenue between the westerly Jurupa Valley city border (I-15 freeway) and Wineville Avenue through Fall 2014. Temporary lane reductions will be implemented through the remainder of the project; however, Bellegrave will remain open to traffic throughout the work. Drivers are asked to obey all posted signs and reduce speeds through active construction areas.

(See attached Press Release)

Article from the Press-Enterprise “JURUPA VALLEY: New city deserves chance to survive”

By Cassie MacDuff

Published: January 24, 2014


City leaders urge the State Legislature to save the City of Jurupa Valley from insolvency.

As a result of the passage of Senate Bill 89, California’s four newest cities lost millions of dollars in revenue each year. The legislation has had a devastating impact on the City of Jurupa Valley’s economic viability and has left the City with an uncertain future. The video depicts the issues surrounding SB 89 and the fiscal dilemma facing all newly formed cities in California.

No public funds were used for the production or distribution of this video.

Riverside County Animal Shelter Update

Until further notice, the Riverside County Animal shelter will be closing its “Night Drop-Off” kennels during nights that are 45 degrees and below for the safety of dropped-off animals. For further information, please contact Frank Corvino , Deputy Director, Riverside County Dept. of Animal Services, (951) 358-3492 or at: FCorvino@rivcocha.org.


You can now use this website to submit any requests or questions to the City - 24 hours a day. The City welcomes your inquiries and is open to listen to your concerns and comments for our community. Just click on the CITY SERVICES and REQUESTS on the menu on the left,

Make sure the first time you use the system to become a registered user! As a registered user your forms are pre-filled with your information saving you time plus as a registered user you will be able to inquire and track your requests. Registration is not required.

This is the only official website where City of Jurupa Valley requests can be made and responded to by a City official.

Should you have any questions about the site or if you have additional questions, please feel free to contact City Hall at 951-332-6464

Safety Guidelines for Equestrians and Motor Vehicles

In an effort to educate members of the motoring public as well as members of the equestrian community, the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Department has provided recommendations to improve public safety and awareness. (Read more)

Unwanted or Neglected Horses

If you find yourself in a situation where you can no longer care for your horse, please do not release your horse into the nearby river bottom or hills where it must fend for itself. If you or someone you know is unable to continue caring for a horse or you find a horse that has been abandoned, please contact True Innocents Equine Rescue of Jurupa Valley . (Read more)