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An excessive heat watch means that a prolonged period of hot temperatures is expected. The hot temperatures create a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are possible. Drink plenty of water, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. Download the Heat Wave Safety Checklist to learn how to prepare, what to do during a heat wave, how to recognize and care for heat-related emergencies and find out about local cooling centers.
The Yucaipa Police & Fire Departments would like to remind residents that fireworks (safe and sane included) are not permitted within the City of Yucaipa. Residents are encouraged to attend the 4th of July Celebration presented by the City of Yucaipa and the Yucaipa Valley Lions Club. A special fireworks display will take place on July 4th at 9:15pm. Click here for additional information or to report the use of fireworks. Have a safe and happy 4th of July holiday!
The City of Yucaipa and the Yucaipa Rotary Club will host a blood drive & marrow screening on Wednesday, May 4th at City Hall in the Community Meeting Room. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and bring photo identification with you. If you are 15 or 16 years old, please bring a signed LifeStream parental consent form. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged and receive priority. Set your appointment today by calling 800-879-4484.
This summer, Yucaipa is the place for family fun. From outdoor markets, to concerts under the stars, to sun kissed service projects, on any given day there are always lots of ways to make the most of the season. Events are scheduled in Historic Uptown Yucaipa, Yucaipa High School, and Yucaipa Community Park to give residents plenty of chances to enjoy the public spaces the City is proud to support and maintain.
The 2016 4th of July Celebration is presented by the City of Yucaipa and the Yucaipa Valley Lions Club. Come out and celebrate an old fashioned 4th of July at Yucaipa High School on Saturday, July 2nd, Sunday, July 3rd, and Monday, July 4th. Gates open at 12:00 p.m. daily. Honor our military with friends and family, and enjoy good music, food, carnival rides, and a spectacular fireworks show! Click here for the flyer.
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.
This Construction Alert pertains to the I-215/Newport Road Interchange Project and is necessary to construct the foundation for the widened bridge in the City of Menifee. Pile driving operations are currently underway and are expected to continue through the end of June 2016. Construction will occur Monday through Friday only from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. You may notice increased noise and vibration during this operation. Click here for additional details.
The City Council members are currently elected through an at-large system where the voters of our community elect City Council Members to represent the entire population. The City Council has directed staff to begin the process of transitioning from at-large elections to by-district elections for City Council seats. A “by-district” election is a method of electing members in which each City Council Member is elected only by the voters in the district in which the candidate resides.
Summer FUN! Summer Camp registration for participants interested in the week sessions for $90 begins Monday May 2, 2016. All registration takes place in person at the Yucaipa Community Center. Parents must complete a participant packet and a parent handbook prior to enrolling, packets are available at the Community Center. Upon successful completion of the paperwork the parent must submit payment.
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.
The City of Yucaipa currently has vacancies for the following City Commissions/Committees: Healthy Yucaipa Committee (1 Appointed and 2 At-Large vacancies), Mobilehome Rent Review Commission (1 At-Large vacancy), Parks & Recreation Commission (1 Student Member), and Trails & Open Space Committee (1 Appointed vacancy). Individuals interested in being appointed are encouraged to complete a Citizen Service Application.
An excessive heat watch means that a prolonged period of hot temperatures is expected. The hot temperatures create a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are pos Learn more
The Yucaipa Police Department is currently investigating mailbox tampering, as well as mail theft, in both privately owned and community shared mailboxes. Although th Learn more
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 opport Learn more
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