The City Council is seeking YOUR input in the selection of the next district map to elect Councilmembers. You have the opportunity to share with the City Council how you think district boundaries should be drawn to better represent your community, either during public hearings or by sending comments…
Join the line before you get to City Hall! Visitors now have the opportunity to await services at City Hall remotely, while receiving wait time updates and prompt notification when it is their turn to be seen. “Ways to join the line” include texting a designated phone number, joining the queue online, scanning the QR code, or checking in at the lobby kiosk.
Pavement Management Program Update
The City of Yucaipa is pleased to announce the recent completion of this year’s Street Paving Program. As part of the City’s Pavement Management Program, the paving work plays a critical role in extending the service life of our streets. The program helps to enhance our local roadways and ensures the pavement conditions are safe for all users. According to Mayor Bogh, “this year’s program effort has been the largest investment in paving the City has ever completed.” – Read More –
Wildwood Canyon Road Interchange Project Update
In 2008, the City of Yucaipa adopted the Freeway Corridor Specific Plan (Plan) which encompasses 1,242 acres located in the southwest portion of the City. This Plan, which is bisected by Interstate 10 (I-10), has carefully studied and reviewed the increase in economic development and population growth occurring within the City, eastern San Bernardino County as well as Riverside County. As a result, the Plan has identified the need for a new interchange between Live Oak Canyon/Oak Glen Road and County Line Road, the Wildwood Canyon Road Interchange. – Read More –
Oak Glen Creek Basin Update
Over the last 15 years, the City of Yucaipa has been successful in our efforts to design and construct several basin projects in key locations throughout the community. These projects have not only been instrumental in providing a greater level of flood protection but also have had a significant benefit to recharging our community’s groundwater supply. The Oak Glen Creek Basin has been a key contributor in our success since its completion. Click HERE to read more
Notice of Funding Availability – San Bernardino County Department of Community Development and Housing
San Bernardino County is a direct recipient of federal community development and housing funds provided by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and uses these funds to provide decent housing, suitable living environments, and expanded economic opportunities, principally for low- to moderate-income persons. The County is seeking applications for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from applicants (Cities and Non-Profit Agencies)
Yucaipa Boulevard Widening Recognized As 2021 Local Roadway Project of the Year
The City of Yucaipa is pleased to announce that the Yucaipa Boulevard Widening Project – Phase I & II has been recognized by the American Public Works Association – Inland Empire branch (APWA-IE) to receive the 2021 Local Roadway Project of the Year Award. Click HERE to read more
Letter from the Mayor
Dear Residents of Yucaipa,
Let me start off by saying that I could not be prouder of our community. Once again, we had volunteers of all ages and all walks of life participating in our Make a Difference Day event. During these past two weekends our residents have truly shown their appreciation for our community. Each weekend, more than 150 volunteers showed up to help plant over four hundred California friendly trees and shrubs throughout Five Winds Ranch/El Dorado Park…- Read More –
Wilson III Basin Phase 1B Improvement Project
As part of the Master Plan for Drainage, the City of Yucaipa has undertaken a long-term effort to construct new flood control and groundwater recharge facilities throughout the community. These critical improvements will help mitigate the risk to life and property in a flood event, provide sustainable water solutions, and preserve open spaces in the surrounding habitats and elsewhere in the community. – Read More –
Water Agency Invests $1.8 Million in Stormwater Capture
The San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) is investing $1.8 million to increase stormwater capture and recharge in the Yucaipa Basin. The project – called the Wilson III Basin – is primarily a flood control project to reduce flood risk in Yucaipa but will also help the area capture more of its own stormwater for storage underground, increasing water supply reliability and enhancing the sustainability of the groundwater resources in the Yucaipa Basin. – Read More–
The City of Yucaipa is monitoring the situation involving the worldwide COVID-19 disease outbreak. At this time, we advise city residents and businesses to follow all recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as local advisories from the California Department of Public Health and San Bernardino County Department of Public Health. Click HERE to read more
Monthly Blood Drives
Don’t miss the opportunity to donate blood on the first Wednesday of every month! Blood Drives take place at City Hall from 10 am to 3 pm. Appointments are available at lstream.org
When property owners, contractors or utility companies perform any type of construction activity within public right of way areas, the City of Yucaipa’s Public Works Division requires the entity wishing to complete this activity in public right-of-way areas to obtain an encroachment permit. To view the full press release, click the image above or the link HERE. To apply for an encroachment permit, please visit www.yucaipa.org/permits
Yucaipa Redistricting 2020 – Every 10 years, local governments use new data from the Census to evaluate City Council district boundaries to reflect how local populations may have changed. State law requires cities to engage communities in the redistricting process by holding public hearings and doing public outreach, including to underrepresented and non-English-speaking communities. The City of Yucaipa invites YOU to get involved in these efforts! Learn more at Yucaipa Redistricting.
City of Yucaipa Mobile App
An app to help navigate Yucaipa.
Available in the App Store or Google Play, the City of Yucaipa Mobile App offers quick links to jobs, news, parks & trails, and most importantly: Report an Issue.
Yucaipa Performing Arts Center
The Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (YPAC) opened in Spring of 2019 and is a 16,200 sq. ft. facility with a 10,500 sq. ft. multi-purpose theater which has retractable seating for up to 291. The versatile space allows for audiences of up to 500 standing as well as configurations for receptions and meetings.
If you’re a resident looking for things to do in Yucaipa or a visitor looking for a fun day-trip to a nearby community, “Explore Yucaipa” will lead you there!