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Explore Yucaipa Now! gives residents an inside look at current programs, events, and projects. The articles are designed to celebrate triumphs like growth in the small business community, explore City initiatives like environmental sustainability and conservation, and keep residents informed on important changes. Check out the Community Services Department section at the back of this and every issue for a complete listing of classes and fees!
The City of Yucaipa is accepting applications from Yucaipa residents who are interested in serving on a City commission or committee. Yucaipa’s commissions and committees offer advice and guidance on important policy decisions for the City which affects daily life. To learn more about the City’s Commissions and Committees and apply for a volunteer position, please click HERE.
The Hometown Heroes Military Banner Recognition Program honors residents and immediate family members (spouse, child, grandchild, sibling) who are serving on active duty in the United States Armed Forces. Banners are installed at least twice a year and remain on display for a minimum of two years or until the serviceperson is no longer serving on active duty.
Even with today’s busy schedules, we need to stay diligent when it comes to preventing car related crimes. Auto theft is almost always classified as a crime of opportunity. As such, we all need to practice good preventative measures in order to eliminate this opportunity and make our cars less desirable to criminals. Click here for a list of vehicle theft prevention tips from the Yucaipa Police Department.
U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region San Bernardino National Forest 601 S. Tippecanoe Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 382-2600 http://www.fs.usda.gov/sbnf Learn more
Observation Schedule – June 5, 2018 Statewide Primary Election Public Notice
The public is invited to observe and participate as Learn more
A fatal plant disease – Huanglongbing – has been found in California and without support from California residents it could be a death sentence to California's back Learn more