Have you ever wondered how a City determines what it’s housing needs are in order to meet not only the community’s long-term vision for the future but also staying in compliance with California law? Check out the interview with the City’s Public Information Officer and City Planner discussing this topic.
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY DEPT. OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING
PROGRAM YEAR 2023-24
CDBG funding applications will be released on Wednesday, October 19, 2022. To obtain instructions and guidelines for the application for CDBG funding, please refer to the Community Development and Housing website: https://sbcountycdha.com/community-development-and-housing-department/nofas-notices-rfps/. The deadline for submitting applications is Tuesday, December 7, 2022, by or before 4:00 p.m. Applications must be submitted through the online Web Application Management System (WAMS): https://sbc.hdsoftware.net/login. Any applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Please take a few moments of your time to watch the City of Yucaipa 2022 State of the City address. This video truly highlights our community’s hard work and dedication to enhancing the quality of life for our residents while maintaining our beautiful hometown feel.
County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project
The City of Yucaipa’s adopted General Plan has identified County Line Road as a major secondary highway arterial; meaning the roadway was designed to not only support residential, commercial, and industrial development but also serves as a connector to a major freeway system. The roadway services the City of Yucaipa and Calimesa, provides access to Interstate 10, Calimesa Elementary School, Wildwood Elementary School as well as multiple residential communities and commercial properties. As a result, traffic along County Line Road has significantly increased over the years between the intersections of Calimesa Boulevard and Bryant Street which is heavily impacted during peak morning and evening commuting hours.
In 2017, discussions were held with the City of Yucaipa and Calimesa regarding a joint effort to improve County Line Road in order to refine roadway operations and traffic flow through the corridor. As a part of these discussions, it was identified that multiple roadway and drainage improvements were needed between Calimesa Boulevard and Bryant Street. The County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project (Project) has been designed and engineered to mitigate traffic congestion, improve traffic circulation, enhance public safety, and provide opportunities for residents and visitors to bike or walk along the route… – Read More –
Over the last decade and a half, the City of Yucaipa has invested over $40.9 million in funding for infrastructure improvements in the Dunlap area as part of the City’s Dunlap Acres revitalization efforts. These investments have worked to address critical infrastructure and drainage needs in order to enhance the residents’ quality of life as well as encourage economic development. Such projects include improvements to the Dunlap Channel, Avenue E storm drain, street and drainage improvements to Dunlap Boulevard, Safe Routes to School Side-Walk Projects, improvements to 14th Street, and several bridges… – 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
The City of Yucaipa is monitoring the situation involving the worldwide COVID-19 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 the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.
- Walk-ins are accepted but appointments are given priority
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.
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!