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Some of our projects include being chosen for five consecutive years to produce the annual State of the County films for the Economic Development Agency of Riverside County. We have also produced films for the City of Aliso Viejo, Wildomar and Jurupa Valley.

  1. Protect your Neighborhood from Mosquitoes - The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District
    Protect your Neighborhood from Mosquitoes - The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District.

    In order to take control of the mosquito population, property managers, homeowner associations and all property owners share responsibility for their own neighborhoods.

    To protect our residents from the diseases mosquitoes may carry, neighborhoods should be inspected for potential breeding sources.

    Here in the desert, mosquitoes look for manmade water sources to lay their eggs, just a bottle cap of water is all they need.

    Don't assume that your property and neighborhood does not have any standing water. Examine weekly for areas that can hold water.

    Some mosquitoes will lay their eggs in dry containers. The eggs can live for several years without water and will hatch when the conditions are right.

    When landscaping, new plant containers should be wiped clean of eggs and discarded immediately.

    Property managers should address residents’ neglected pools immediately.

    Rain gutters and lawn drains should be cleared of all debris and rubbish to make sure they aren’t holding water.

    Homeowner associations and property managers should speak with residents to address potential problems.

    Roadside gutters in front of homes should be swept weekly to prevent debris build up.

    Inspect low laying areas around the neighborhood that can hold water near garden sprinklers. Perhaps the sprinklers can be adjusted to prevent the pooling of water or the low areas filled in? Addressing these areas will prevent breeding.

    Catch basins are owned by – and are the responsibility of the community. These need to be cleared of debris regularly and commercially cleaned yearly

    Mosquito fish can be placed in out of service pools, fountains and community ponds. They eat the mosquito’s larva and prevent neighborhoods from becoming breeding grounds for potentially disease-carrying mosquitoes. Mosquitofish are offered for free by the District.

    When disease management products have to be used to protect public health, there is the potential that mosquitoes can become pesticide resistant which is why it is so important for homeowners to eliminate breeding sources and reduce the risk of mosquito-borne diseases.

    The District cannot do it alone. We need all residents, HOAs and property managers to take back their neighborhoods from mosquito-borne diseases such as West Nile virus, Zika, and dengue.

    We all live here in the Coachella Valley and want the best quality of life possible. Work with your neighbors to help prevent breeding sources and the spread of diseases.

    If you and your neighbors follow these guidelines, you will greatly reduce the risk of bites and illness from mosquitoes.

    The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District is here to help. Please make mosquito prevention part of your weekly routine! For more information, visit C V Mosquito dot org.

  2. San Bernardino County COVID-19 Vaccine Super Site Auto Club Speedway Fontana
    San Bernardino County health officials have released more information about a COVID-19 vaccine "super site" event that is scheduled to be conducted Tuesday at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.

    "The event will offer vaccines primarily to people aged 65 and older who live or work in San Bernardino County," according to a news release. "Other vaccine-eligible groups, namely frontline health care personnel and emergency services professionals who live or work in the county, will also be served.

    Vaccine shots will be available to the first 3,500 people who make an appointment, officials said. Registration is set to begin on Monday morning.

    "While we are unable to immediately accommodate everyone who would like to be vaccinated, establishing this large, centrally located site represents an important milestone in our battle against the coronavirus," county Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman said in a statement. "We plan to announce additional vaccination sites throughout the county, including mobile vaccination teams, as soon as the state provides the County with sufficient doses."

    Residents who receive a first dose at the Auto Club Speedway event will be able to immediately schedule an appointment for their second dose at a follow-up speedway event on March 2, officials said. The facility is located at 9300 Cherry Avenue.

    For a list of all vaccine providers in San Bernardino County and information about online registration for appointments, visit

    The county's information hotline is also open at (909) 387-3911 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.

  3. African American Faith Leaders and San Bernardino County Announce Vaccination Partnership
    African American Faith Leaders and San Bernardino County Announce Vaccination Partnership. To make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine visit #SBCountyTogether

  4. Workforce Development Board Profiles - Riverside & San Bernardino County
    The Riverside County Workforce Development Board (WDB) provides oversight for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs in the county. The WDB acts as a catalyst to provide seamless services among various workforce programs and provides community leadership around workforce issues.

    There are five ways that we can carry out our role:

    CONVENER - Bringing together business, labor, education, and economic development to focus on community workforce issues
    WORKFORCE ANALYST - Developing, disseminating and understanding current labor market and economic information and trends
    BROKER - Bring together systems to solve common problems, or broker new relationships with businesses and workers
    COMMUNITY VOICE - Advocating for the importance of workforce policy, providing perspective about the need for skilled workers
    CAPACITY BUILDER - Enhancing the region's ability to meet the workforce needs of local employers
    We accomplish these tasks through America's Job Centers of California better known as the Riverside County Workforce Development Centers (WDCs). The WDCs are the hub of the county-wide service delivery vehicle for workforce, education and business services. WDCs are located in the cities of Riverside, Indio, Hemet and Murrieta; two satellite offices are located in Blythe and Moreno Valley; and six Youth Opportunity Centers (YOCs) are located in Indio, Perris, Lake Elsinore, Moreno Valley, Hemet, and Rubidoux. Workforce funds allocated to the WDB support job training, placement, and business services delivered at these locations.

  5. Introducing Donna Rice - Candidate for U. S. Senate
    Donna Rice is a fourth generation Wyomingite, attorney, and small business owner who lives in Casper. She is pro-life, pro-gun, and pro-Trump. She supported the President from day one and will have his back in Washington. She believes we must fight back against the “Socialist Squad” who is seeking to change America as we know it – and not for the better. Along with life and the Second Amendment, religious liberty, property rights, farming and ranching, border security, and national security will all be top priorities of Donna’s when she goes to Washington and represents the great people of Wyoming.

    As a small business owner, Donna knows our country, and parts of our state, are facing a long road back to recovery after the coronavirus crisis subsides. She wants to ensure Wyomingites have a strong, freedom-minded voice standing up for them as we work to make America great again. Donna looks forward to earning each and every vote over the next four months.

    Donna attended Casper College, University of Wyoming, and University of Denver, College of Law. She and her husband of 23 years, Cliff, have six children, and over a dozen grandchildren.

  6. San Joaquin County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation and Open Space Plan - SJCOG
    The key purpose of the San Joaquin County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation and Open Space Plan (SJMSCP or Plan) is to: Provide a strategy for balancing the need to conserve Open Space and the need to Convert Open Space to non-Open Space uses while protecting the region's agricultural economy.

    The San Joaquin County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation and Open Space Plan (SJMSCP or Plan) objectives include the following:
    Provide a strategy for balancing the need to conserve Open Space and the need to Convert Open Space to non-Open Space uses while protecting the region's agricultural economy.
    Preserve landowner property rights.
    Provide for the long-term management of plant, fish and wildlife species, especially those that are currently listed, or may be listed in the future, under the Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) or the California Endangered Species Act (CESA).
    Provide and maintain multiple-use Open Space which contribute to the quality of life of the residents of San Joaquin County.
    Accommodate a growing population while minimizing costs to project proponents and society at large.

    Plan Activities
    The SJMSCP, in accordance with ESA Section 10(a)(1)(B) and CESA Section 2081(b) Incidental Take Permits, provides compensation for the Conservation of Open Space to non-Open Space uses which affect the plant, fish and wildlife species covered by the Plan.

    The SJMSCP compensates for conversions of open space for the following activities:
    Expansion of existing urban boundaries
    Levee maintenance undertaken by the San Joaquin Area Flood Control Agency
    Maintenance activities
    Maintenance of existing facilities for nonfederal irrigation district projects
    Managing preserves
    New parks and trails
    Nonagricultural activities occurring outside of urban boundaries
    Nonfederal flood control projects
    School expansions
    Similar public agency projects
    Transportation projects
    Urban development
    Utility installation
    San Joaquin Council of Governments
    City of Lodi
    City of Lathrop
    City of Ripon
    City of Stockton
    City of Manteca
    City of Tracy
    City of Escalon