- Junior Fishing Workshop planned for Mar. 7 at Yucaipa Regional Park
- Community Calendar: February 24
- Opportunities for toddlers, preschoolers at the Yucaipa branch, San Bernardino County Library
- Crafton Hills College names Dr. Delmy Spencer new VP of Student Services
- Prepare for Spring Landscaping Season
All posts tagged "community"
Community Garden to Open in Yucaipa
The City of Yucaipa is partnering with the Healthy Yucaipa Committee, Green Valley Village and CBH Inc., to open Yucaipa’s first community garden. The garden will be located at the Green Valley Village Senior Apartments at 34955...
- Posted April 25, 2015
Grow Houses Raided in Yucaipa and Mentone
Members of the San Bernardino County Sheriff Marijuana Enforcement Team served three search warrants in the Yucaipa area this week. Two of the locations searched were in Yucaipa and one was in Mentone. “Investigators found over 500...
- Posted April 24, 2015
State May Require Deeper Cuts in Water Usage
Under newly proposed water restriction guidelines the Yucaipa Valley Water District could be ordered to significantly decrease water usage. “It’s looking like a 36 percent decrease,” Joseph Zoba, General Manager for YVWD, said. The proposed restriction guidelines...
- Posted April 22, 2015
Water District, City Send Letters to State Water Board
Last month Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order to address California’s drought. That executive order directed the State Water Resources Control Board to impose restrictions to achieve a 25 percent reduction in potable water usage across...
- Posted April 18, 2015
Work Begins at Yucaipa BMX Park
Work has officially started on the Yucaipa BMX Park. This week, heavy equipment was used to begin the grading process for the new sports facility. “It’s almost surreal, grading has officially started today,” the group posted to...
- Posted April 17, 2015
Council Receives Update on Drought Situation
At Monday night’s meeting, the Yucaipa City Council received a report regarding the statewide water restrictions. The report follows new, mandatory water restrictions issued by Gov. Jerry Brown in an executive order. “Staff believes that the City...
- Posted April 15, 2015
Conserve Water and Save Your Lawn
With the drought worsening and water restrictions coming down from Sacramento, many homeowners are feeling pressure to ditch their lawns. Outdoor watering can account for up to 60 percent of a home’s total water usage, so it...
- Posted April 12, 2015
City Council to Consider Affordable Senior Housing Agreement
On Monday night the Yucaipa City Council and Yucaipa Housing Authority Board will consider the adoption of a revised agreement with Urban Housing Communities to develop Horizons at Yucaipa, a senior living facility. If approved, Horizons at...
- Posted April 11, 2015
Redlands Bicycle Classic Set For Friday
Tomorrow Yucaipa will host the third stage of the Redlands Bicycle Classic stage race. Organizers of the classic selected Yucaipa as a candidate to host the race in February, and the Yucaipa City Council agreed to do...
- Posted April 9, 2015
Yucaipa Water Usage Rises
While Gov. Jerry Brown announced new water restrictions last week, the Yucaipa Valley Water District reported that water usage was significantly up. The district serves Yucaipa, Calimesa and unincorporated county areas. In January of this year residents...
- Posted April 8, 2015