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Photo of Mayor Yxstian A. GutierrezThe Mayor's Corner - February 2017

Mayor Yxstian A. Gutierrez wants you to be involved in your City. Watch his monthly video update and read his weekly message to learn about the great things happening in Moreno Valley. Read the Mayor's Message and see his video...


MV AT Work graphicMoreno Valley at Work - 02-24-17
Coffee with a Cop Serves up Opportunity to Connect, Moreno Valley Utility Targets Additional Energy Savings, Heacock Street Widening Project Approved, and City Pilot Program Encourages Employees to Take a Bike . Take a look...


CityLink graphic December 2016Check out CityLink February 2017
Moreno Valley's monthly newsletter is a great way to find out what's happening in MoVal.

CityLink features:

  • Moreno Valley's Financial Strength Rated Among Nation's Top 3
  • Black History Month
  • Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training
  • Fire Safety Tips

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Momentum MoVal graphicMoreno Valley Adopts Strategic Plan
The Moreno Valley City Council charted a plan for the future by adopting the City’s first Strategic Plan on August 16, 2016. The resulting document, known as “Momentum MoVal,” is the result of an incredibly collaborative effort among residents, Council Members, business owners, and other stakeholders in the City’s future. Moreno Valley’s Large Reserve Funds Continue to Protect City’s Financial Stability. View the plan...


Photo of Deputy Brooks and IvanCity of Moreno Valley Mourns K-9 Ivan
The City of Moreno Valley is saddened to announce the loss of Moreno Valley Police K-9 Ivan, a seven-year-old German Shepherd who spent the last 5 ½ years keeping our City safe. Ivan was born in Croatia on May 22, 2009, and was brought to the United States to be trained as a police service K-9.  In November 2011, Ivan finished his training and was assigned to Deputy Brooks at the Moreno Valley Station. Ivan was trained in patrol, narcotics detection, tracking, and evidence location.  His abilities and keen instincts won Ivan numerous awards at police K-9 competitions over the years.  Ivan worked hard to please Deputy Brooks and both enjoyed their time together, working, playing fetch or relaxing at home. Read the article...


Flag footballRegistration Open for Pee Wee and Junior Flag Football
The Moreno Valley Parks & Community Services Department is currently accepting registration for the upcoming Pee Wee and Junior Flag Football season. The 6-week program will provide boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 9 with flag football skill development in a non-competitive atmosphere.The registration fee is $70 for residents and $91 for non-residents and includes a jersey, participation award and an end of season banquet. The deadline to register is March 17. Find out more...


Community Service Day logoCity of Moreno Valley Launches Community Day of Service
The City of Moreno Valley is hosting its first Community Day of Service on Saturday, February 25, as residents of all ages work together to beautify our community. Grab your paint brushes, rakes, and smiles and get ready to make a difference in our City. Read the article...
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Election graphicSpecial Election Scheduled to Fill District 4 City Council Vacancy
The City of Moreno Valley will hold a special election on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 to fill the remaining term of the District 4 seat on the City Council. The vacancy was created when Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez, who represented District 4, was elected as the City’s first directly-elected mayor on November 8, 2016. Read the article...


Rainy Day funds imageMoreno Valley’s Large Reserve Funds Continue to Protect City’s Financial Stability
The City of Moreno Valley is continuing to prepare for the future, adopting a comprehensive financial reserve policy to direct the City’s $37 million in reserves for specific purposes. This policy will help maintain the City’s financial stability, protect against future economic downturns which bring unpredictable shortfalls in tax revenue, better prepare the City, its residents and its businesses for a catastrophic natural disaster. Read the article...


The Fical Times logoCity of Moreno Valley Rated as One of the Most Financially Strong Cities in the United States
The City of Moreno Valley was ranked one of the financially strongest cities in the United States, according to an analysis of city fiscal strength by The Fiscal Times. Moreno Valley was ranked third in the survey of 116 cities with populations over 200,000. Chicago and New York City ranked at the bottom of the analysis of fiscal strength based largely on 2015 financial reports. Read the article...


Balancing Act graphocCity of Moreno Valley Launches Interactive Website To Engage Residents in City’s Budget Process
The City of Moreno Valley is pleased to debut an innovative pilot project to encourage members of the community to be part of the City’s budgeting process. The pilot project features a new online tool that will allow users to try their hand at creating a balanced City budget while providing valuable feedback on their service and spending priorities to help guide the City as it develops its FYs 2017/18 and 2018/19 budget. Find out more...


Indian St. FEIRIndian Street Commerce Center Project Final Environmental Impact Report Available for Review
The Final Environmental Impact Report (P16-003) for the proposed Indian Street Commerce Center is complete and available for public review. The project site is located in the southern portion of the City, south of Grove View Road on the west side of Indian Street. Read the article...
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Interactive Plan 2B MapInteractive Map of New Council Districts
In November 2014, Moreno Valley voters created the office of Citywide directly-elected Mayor, along with a plan that divides the City into four City Council Districts. This new interactive map allows residents to enter an address to quickly identify their new City Council District.  Try the interactive map.
Try the interactive map...

Download the 2014 Redistricting Adopted Plan...


Business Hours for City of Moreno Valley
All public facilities are back to full time schedule and open all non-holiday Fridays.

City hours of operation

Online Services

Save a trip to City Hall. Check out the things you can do online:

Animal Services

Animal Service Request
Report a stray or problem animal.
Animal Service Request

Dog Licensing
Get dog licenses and renew them online.
New and Renewal

Find a New Pet
You can search the adoptable pets at the Moreno Valley animal shelter.
Find a Pet
Bids - RFPs and Bid Results
Get the current information.
Building Inspection
Request for building inspection
Business Licenses - Renewal Only
Renew online now.
Capital Projects Feedback or Information Request
Get Information about projects and give feedback.
Code Violation
Report code violations in the city.
Code Violation Report
Commercial Real Estate Maps/Reports
See available properties
Special Financing Districts Property Lookup Tool
See which CSD parcel charges/taxes were levied against your property for the current fiscal year.
Special Financing Districts Property Lookup
To report graffiti use this form Graffiti Report
Landscape Request
Service Request Form.
MV Utility Online Bill Payment for Businesses and Residents
You can now pay your MV utility bills online.
MVUtility Bill Payment

MVTV-3 Community Event Request
Publish an event on the MVTV-3 Community Bulletin Board and Community Calendar.
MVTV-3 Community Event Request Form

Watch MVTV-3 Online

Our local TV station is available on your computer 24x7. Watch MVTV-3.
Parks & Community Services Online Registration for Activities & Facilities Availability
Register / Check now.
Public Safety


The City of Moreno Valley’s Emergency Alert and Warning Notification System is utilized to rapidly send notifications to all residents and businesses in an affected area in the event of an emergency or disaster. Residents have an option when registering their information to receive notifications through their landline, cell phone, text message and/or email. Sign up now


Report a crime online using the form.

Traffic Form
- Report problem intersections and traffic flow using the Traffic Form.
- Report a pothole or other roadway surface issues using the Pothole Form
Report a pothole
Use this form to report a pothole...
Report a Broken Sprinkler Form
Use this form to report a broken or leaking sprinkler on City maintained property (medians, landscaped areas on arterial streets, open space, and multi-use trails).
Broken Sprinkler Notification Form
Social Media
Get connected and stay informed! A variety of sites to suit your needs.
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Street Light Form
Report street lights that need repair.
Street Light Form
Be a Vendor
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Developer Info

Check out the information you can find online:

Business and Development
Get the big picture on business and development activities in Moreno Valley.

City Maps
See maps of the City, with GIS info and much more.

Developer Help Desk
Visit the online help desk with links to forms, engineering specs and more.


Parcel & Zoning Information
Find it with our GIS service.
Use the GIS map viewer

RFPs - Bids
See current bids and RFPs...

Developer Request for Additional Information

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Moreno Valley Commits to Cooperation and Transparency
The City of Moreno Valley is dedicated to making government as accessible as possible. City Hall is exploring how we may share information with the public on a continuing basis, with the goal being to promote transparency while preserving the integrity of the legal process. The City has developed a website that provides links to various information requests and responses. Visit the page...

Visit the Accounts Payable Ledger
This portal provides accounts payable transactions from July 1, 2012 through the most recently closed and unaudited financial period. The Accounts Payable Ledger is a subset of the City’s expenditures. Expenditure transactions include the Accounts Payable Ledger in addition to wire transfers and payroll, along with any adjustments requiring a journal entry or invoice payment correction. View the ledger...



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