Student Steps for Success
Parents and community members are invited to attend a FREE event on Saturday, September 22nd from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Chapman Heights Elementary School (33692 Cramer Road). Three powerful workshops are designed to support your student’s overall success through instruction on character development skills, responsibility, and stress management. Childcare is provided for ages 3-7 (must be potty trained). Register at www.csjpa.org/hope
FREE Shred-It Event
Here is your opportunity to dispose of sensitive documents in an environmentally responsible way! The City will host a shred event at the Community Center (34900 Oak Glen Road, west parking lot) on Saturday, October 6th from 8am – 12pm or when the truck is full. For your safety and to ensure everyone is treated fairly, please drive through the line and do not
get out of your car. Staff will take your materials to the onsite shredder.
New Business Classes
Take your business to the next level by enrolling into new business classes! Classes are offered in partnership with Crafton Hills College and hosted by the City of Yucaipa at the Business Incubator Center. Classes include Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship, Social Media & Marketing, and Small Business Accounting & QuickBooks. Sign-up today online or at your local community center. Call 909-790-7460 for more information.
Register Your Mobilehome
Your home is your safety and security. Obtaining registration and title protects you and your family today and tomorrow. Don’t let back fees and taxes prevent you from receiving your registration and title. Find out if this program is for you! The program is operated by the Codes and Standards Division of the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD).
Save a Life
Help Sound the Alarm about home fire safety! Join us and the American Red Cross on Saturday, October 27, 2018, from 8am to 1pm as we team up with fire departments, volunteers and partners to install free smoke alarms in at-risk communities throughout Yucaipa. Every day 7 people die in home fires. You can help change that. Click here
to register to volunteer. A reporting location will be emailed to volunteers the week of the event.
Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts (EIFD)
Facts and Myths – Mechanism for the use of Property Tax Increment for the financing of certain infrastructure including, but not limited to the following: Roads, transit facilities, sewers, flood control; Child care facilities, libraries, parks and recreational facilities; Solid waste facilities, Industrial structures; and Affordable housing. Click on the link below to read Facts and Myths with IEFD’s…
Explore Yucaipa Now!
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!
Help Yucaipa run smoothly – Join a Commission or Committee!
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.
Hometown Heroes Military Banner Recognition Program
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.
Remember, the Best Crime Prevention is Citizen Attention!
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.