- Experts Encourage Families to have a Plan for When Disaster Strikes
- County Health Officer Issue Smoke Advisory for El Dorado Fire
- Crafton ASL Instructor’s Program Being Utilized Across the Nation
- Applications being accepted for Youth Advisory Committee through Sept. 30
- First Digital Victim Advocate Program Launched In California
All posts tagged "community"
Oak Valley Church Project Moves Forward, CCR Selected for Music and Arts
On Monday night the Yucaipa City Council conducted a public hearing after calling up a decision from the planning commission. Oak Valley Church, pastored by Tom and Joyce Villalobos, has been working to convert an industrial building...
- Posted November 12, 2015
Sheriff Warns of False Kidnapping Phone Scams
The San Bernardino County Sheriff has released a warning to residents of the county regarding a new phone scam. Recently residents have reported receiving phone calls from unknown suspects who allege that they have kidnapped residents’ child/children....
- Posted November 11, 2015
Council to Adopt Water Efficiency Ordinance
The Yucaipa City Council is prepared to adopt a new ordinance relating to water conservation and irrigation. The ordinance would set local standards in line with state standards, which were updated this year. With the prolonged drought,...
- Posted November 8, 2015
Yucaipa Conserves Water 23 Percent
Californian’s saved water by 26 percent across the state, once again beating Gov. Jerry Brown’s 25 percent water conservation mandate. “Millions of Californians have saved water during the summer months, which are the four most critical months...
- Posted November 4, 2015
Redlands to Consider Homelessness Ordinance Similar to Yucaipa’s
On Tuesday evening the Redlands City Council will consider adopting two ordinances that would have a significant impact on the homeless population in that city. One ordinance would prohibit sitting or lying down on sidewalks in the...
- Posted November 3, 2015
Fresh & Easy to Close
Earlier this week Fresh & Easy announced that it would be closing all of its stores. The chain, based in Torrance, currently operates 97 stores in California, including Yucaipa, and employs about 3,000 people. The company has...
- Posted October 31, 2015
County Sheriff Receives Award for Excellence in Criminal Investigation
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Specialized Investigations Division was presented with an award for excellence on Tuesday. The International Association of Chiefs Police and Thomson Reuters presented the Award for Excellence in Criminal Investigation at the annual...
- Posted October 29, 2015
Council Approves Winterfest, Moves forward with Roundabouts
On Monday evening the Yucaipa City Council voted to move forward with design services for roundabouts on Avenue E at 2nd Street, 3rd Street, 4th Street, 5th Street and Bryant Street. Another roundabout would be installed at the intersection of Bryant...
- Posted October 28, 2015
Roundabouts and Winterfest on Council Agenda
At Monday night’s Yucaipa City Council meeting the council is expected to reconsider contracts for professional design services for roundabouts on Avenue E and Bryant Street. The item was continued from the October 12 meeting. City staff...
- Posted October 25, 2015
Yucaipa Continues Infrastructure Upgrades
The city of Yucaipa is continuing to make progress on several construction projects around the city. A low water crossing on Avenue D is being constructed in part with funding from a Federal Highway Bridge Program Grant....
- Posted October 22, 2015