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    The City of Corona is currently in Stage 2 of our Water Conservation Ordinance.

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Three Feet for Safety Act

Effective Sept. 16, 2014, AB 1371, also known as the “Three Feet for Safety Act,” took effect in California. The new law requires drivers of motor vehicles to maintain a distance of no less than 3 feet while passing a bicyclist. If a motorist cannot pass safely, the motorist must slow to a reasonable and prudent speed and pass only if there’s no danger to the bicyclist.

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Coming soon to a park near you: Restrooms

Corona parks – new restrooms! The restrooms will look similar to the one shown here. They are currently under construction and will be installed over the next several months. Read More >>
 

Maintenance Services Department

Introducing the Maintenance Services Department.

The new Maintenance Services Department is your one-stop-shop for services in Corona.
 Have you seen a sidewalk that needs repair?
 Need a tree trimmed?
 See a street light that is out?

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Making a Splash this Summer

The Maintenance Services Department is happy to announce that the Citrus Splash Zone will remain open until Oct. 20! The Citrus Splash Zone is open daily at Citrus Park, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Citrus Park is located at 1250 Santana Way in Corona, at the intersection of Rimpau Avenue and Taber Street.

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Help is a click away

211 Riverside County is the primary source for community, health, emergency, and disaster assistance information for our area. A simple click links you to their database where you can connect to hundreds of social services, non-profits, and government agencies who can assist you.  

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SpotLight

Comments, Questions and Concerns

This page is designed to enable the public to explore and comment on City services and offer customer service feedback to City Departments.Read More >>

Economic Development

Visit TeamCorona.com to better understand the Team Corona difference and plug-into our award winning assistance programs.Read More >>

Disaster Preparedness

A natural disaster or emergency can strike at any moment. The City of Corona offers residents a variety of resources and information to help you plan. Protect yourself and your family in the future by taking steps to be prepared today!Read More >>

Graffiti Removal

Graffiti is a crime that affects us all. Learn how you can be part of the solution and keep our community beautiful.
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Traffic

Do you have concerns about traffic? Contact the Public Works Traffic Engineering Section for assistance!Read More >>

Corona Public Library

The Corona Public Library offers a wealth of programs, information and resources for the community.Read More >>

20 % By 2020

In November 2009, the California Legislature passed Senate Bill No. 7, which requires all water agencies to reduce per capita water use 20% by 2020. Learn about Corona’s water supply and efforts to meet the 20% by 2020 water use reduction target.Read More >>