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  1. Coronavirus Update May 27

    City of Temecula 4th of July Fireworks Show

    Consistent with the City Council direction provided during its May 6, 2020 special meeting, on May 26th the City of Temecula Community Services Department notified vendors the July 4 fireworks display was being cancelled. 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. Coronavirus Update April 24, 2020

    City of Temecula Announces June 2020 Outdoor Special Events are Going Virtual

    In accordance with the guidelines issued by the Riverside University Health Systems – Public Health, the City of Temecula’s Community Services Department will be hosting the June 2020 summer outdoor special events in a virtual setting. Read on...
  2. 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...
  3. Mayor Stewart Stay In Place Maintain Your Space Cover Your Face

    COVID-19 Update from Mayor James “Stew” Stewart: STAY IN PLACE, COVER YOUR FACE - April 5 @ 11am

    The recently published infographic put out by the County shows the startling reality of how fast the COVID-19 virus will spread and how the number of confirmed cases will exceed the available hospital beds for our County if we don’t change our behavior. Read on...
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