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The best part of summer is that the Community Services Department rolls out the annual “Yucaipa Live” Summer Concert Series! Spend Sunday afternoons at the Yucaipa Community Park while listening to great music with friends and family! Visitors come from far and wide to see the bands perform during the Concert Series. Plan to attend the upcoming 2017 Concert Series! For more information, please call (909) 790-7460.
YCJUSD’s “Summer Seamless Lunch Program” will be offered June 12th – August 4th, 2017. The program will offer FREE LUNCH for children and teens 18 years and under! No paperwork required! Enjoy the park while eating lunch (all meals must be consumed on site). Meals will be available at the 7th Street Park (12385 7th St.) from 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM and at the Yucaipa Community Park (34900 Oak Glen Rd.) from 12:45-1:15 PM.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is alerting motorists that a severe heat wave has been forecasted by the National Weather Service. High temperatures can cause problems for the traveling public in many ways. Vehicle breakdowns, tire blowouts and being stuck in traffic in uncomfortable conditions are just a few of the issues that can occur. Read about helpful tips that may keep you safe in your travels during the record-breaking temps…
The City of Yucaipa will be hosting a Sex Offender Awareness Training Class for our next Community Neighborhood Watch Meeting. This class will educate the public on the laws and regulations of registered sex offenders within the City of Yucaipa. The Sex Offender Awareness Training will be provided by Yucaipa Police Detective Donald Patton.
The City of Yucaipa’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program will prepare you to help yourself, your family, and your neighbors in the event of a disaster. Make a difference in your community – learn the skills that will help emergency responders save lives and protect property. The 20-hour course will be held at the Yucaipa Community Center on Sept. 15th, 16th, and 17th. Sign up today!
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!
Summer 2017 Movies in the Park will take place every Wednesday night at the Yucaipa Community Park. Come join us at 7:00 PM for this summer’s first movie in the park on June 7th for a showing of the popular children’s movie Storks. Click here for the full listing. Reruns will be screened at Dive-In Movie Nights at the 7th Street Pool on Thursday nights at 7:00 PM. For more information, please contact the Community Services Department at 790-7460.
Registration is now open! Join us for fun in the sun at the 2017 Yucaipa Summer Camps (Adventure Camp and Splash Camp) beginning June 12 through August 9. The 5-day registration fee for each camp is $90 and the 2-day registration fee is $36 (20% non-resident fee applies). Start your summer off right and register today! Click here for more information. For questions, please contact the Community Services Department at 790-7460.
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 7th 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. Mark your calendars!
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.
In honor of Independence Day, the City of Yucaipa, in conjunction with the Hometown Celebration Committee and the Yucaipa Valley Lions Club, invite you to spend the hol Learn more
The City of Yucaipa and the Healthy Yucaipa Committee have partnered with Old Grove Orange to provide locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables to Yucaipa residents thr Learn more
San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control will conduct a door-to-door canvass of neighborhoods in Yucaipa to ensure that all dogs have current licenses and rabies v Learn more
Learn more about Yucaipa by taking a look at some of the sights it has to offer!