Moreno Valley

Information about Moreno Valley, California

...At a Glance

Incorporated as a General Law City on December 3, 1984, merging the communities of Moreno, Sunnymead and Edgemont. Location & Size 50 square miles, located in the western portion of Riverside County, surrounded by Riverside, Perris, March Air Reserve Base, Lake Perris and the Badlands. Elevation: 1,650 Ft. City Motto "People, Pride, Progress"

Moreno Valley Government

Five Council members comprise the Council; elected by district. They annually select officers among themselves. Population 174,565 (as of January 1, 2006, State Department of Finance) California’s sixth fastest-growing city; second most populous in Riverside County. The fastest growing city in the early 90s. Fast growth attributed to a range of housing options: (affordable single family homes, condominiums and executive homes), family oriented lifestyle, good schools, and quality-of-life amenities.

Moreno Valley Amenities

Voted “Number One in Riverside County for Family Recreation” by the Press-Enterprise. Moreno Valley’s amenities include: more than 32 parks and/or joint-use facilities (358.34 developed acres), and 6,000 acres of open space at Lake Perris; recreational, medical, and educational facilities; quality housing at affordable prices, open spaces, abundant retail centers, industrial developments and social/cultural activities. The City actively supports an award-winning anti-graffiti program.

Moreno Valley Schools

Moreno Valley has two public school districts: Moreno Valley Unified School District has 23 Elementary Schools, 6 Middle Schools, 4 Comprehensive High Schools, 1 Charter School, 1 Adult School, 1 Continuation School, 1 Community Day School, 1 Pre-School and 1 Academic Center; 37,001 students enrolled. Val Verde Unified School District (includes Perris, Mead Valley and Moreno Valley) has 1 Pre-school, 12 Elementary Schools, 3 Middle Schools and 3 High Schools, 1 Continuation School, with a total of 17,624 students enrolled. Moreno Valley is also home to one of the Riverside Community College campuses with 7,000 students enrolled. Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce 951.697.4404 Commuting SCAG Transtar Commuting Information 951.485.5600 MetroLink 800.266.6883 Smart Traveler 800.COMMUTE select option 4 Riverside Transit Agency 800.800.7821 Park and Ride 800.COMMUTE


Moreno Valley Community Hospital 27300 Iris Ave. Moreno Valley, CA 92555 951.243.0811 Riverside County Regional Medical Center 26520 Cactus Ave. Moreno Valley, CA 92555 951.486.4000

Moreno Valley Public Safety

Animal Control 951.413-3790 Fire Department 951.413.3370 Police Department 951.486.6700


Water Eastern Municipal Water District 800.426.3693 Telephone Verizon 800.483.4000 (Residential) 800.483.5000 (Commercial) SBC 800.310.2355 (residential) 800.750.2355 (commercial) Electricity Southern California Edison 800.684.8123 (turn on/off) Moreno Valley Utilities 877.811.8700 Natural Gas The Gas Company 800.427.2200 Trash Service Waste Management of Inland Valley 800.423.9986

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