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  1. Temecula City hall Closed to the Public1

    Effective July 13, 2020, Temecula City Hall to Temporarily Close to Public

    Effective Monday, July 13, 2020 at 5pm, Temecula City Hall will close again to the public temporarily. Read on...
  2. Coronavirus update April 28 - virtual community services

    The City of Temecula Introduces FREE Instructor Videos Online

    Did you take a class with the City of Temecula before facility closures occurred due to COVID-19 and miss your instructor? Are you looking for something different and enriching to do while you are at home? Read on...
  3. Coronavirus update April 27

    Pickleball & Tennis Courts are Back Open for Safe Temecula Fun

    In accordance with the guidelines issued by the Riverside University Health Systems – Public Health, the City of Temecula’s Community Services Department has re-opened the outdoor pickleball and tennis courts at Margarita Community Park and Pala Park. Read on...
  1. City Hall lights up red,white and blue nightly as beacon of hope

    Temecula City Hall Lights Up Nightly as Beacon of Hope while Clock Tower Chimes ‘God Bless America’

    On behalf of the City of Temecula, we hope you and yours are healthy and safe. We are all aware of the seriousness of the current situation regarding COVID-19, the impact on all of our residents, businesses, visitors, and the world. Read on...
  2. Coronavirus April3 update

    Update on Closed Facilities & Canceled Events in the City of Temecula

    The World Health Organization’s Declaration that the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has reached pandemic status prompted federal, state and regional public health organizations to implement orders and guidelines to limit the spread of the disease. Read on...
  3. Coronavirus Update, March 27

    COVID-19 Update – Compliance with Stay At Home Order

    On March 19, 2020, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order directing all residents to immediately comply with State public health directives to stay home, except as needed to maintain continuity of operations of essential critical infrastructure Read on...
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