Volume 216 | March 22-26, 2021
Driving Down Unemployment in Moreno Valley
On Thursday March 18, Mayor Gutierrez joined over thirty local employers to welcome job seekers to Moreno Valley's Drive-Thru Job Fair.

With thousands of job openings available, the nearly 200 job seekers in attendance had a full day of networking and active interviews at the largest job fair in the Inland Empire.

Mayor Gutierrez also took time out to help organizers distribute bottles of hand sanitizer and meals for those in need. As we emerge from the pandemic, the Drive-Thru Job Fair represents another great event for workers and employers ready to get MoVal back to business.

Check out the Drive-Thru Job Fair video here: youtube.com/mvtv3morenovalley.
Cops & Community Come Together to
Clean Up the Streets
City Council Members, City Staff, Volunteers, and Deputies from the Moreno Valley Station of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department came together on Wednesday, March 24, for another Community Clean-up event.

Clean-up efforts focused on the high-density housing community near Adrienne Avenue and Courage Street. The City’s Code Enforcement and Public Works Team were on hand to support volunteers and participants as they worked through the morning to clear truck loads of waste and bulky items.

The goal of events like this is to promote community pride while keeping Moreno Valley a beautiful place to live.

Watch the video here: youtube.com/mvtv3morenovalley.
Vaccinations Efforts Expand in Moreno Valley
Prioritizing vaccinations for classroom educators is essential to ensure schools reopen safely for students and faculty. Working with teachers, parents, and vaccine provider Apple Urgent Care, Mayor Gutierrez has confirmed a special weekend vaccination event for educators and tier eligible residents on Saturday, March 27, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Moreno Valley Conference & Recreation Center.

To make an appointment, visit www.appleurgentcare.com/covid-vaccine.

For information on vaccination sites and booking appointments online, visit www.moval.org/vaccine.
Recycle an Oil Filter and Get a
FREE Replacement!
Join the City of Moreno Valley and O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on Saturday, April 3, to exchange your old oil filter for a new one.

The contactless oil filter exchange event will require vouchers and is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

3 Easy Steps to Participate and Get Your Free Oil Filter

Step 1: Stop by O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, located at 24021 Alessandro Boulevard, between March 25 and April 2, to pick up a FREE oil filter voucher (limit two vouchers per person, one free filter per voucher, while supplies last).
Step 2: Collect your used oil filter(s) and place them in a sealed plastic bag.

Step 3: Bring your voucher(s) and used oil filter(s) to the Alessandro O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store on Saturday, April 3, to redeem your voucher(s) and receive a FREE new oil filter of equal or lesser value in exchange for the used oil filter.

There is a maximum of two free oil filters per person with a maximum value of $15 per filter while supplies last. The first 100 participants will also receive a FREE oil drain container courtesy of the City of Moreno Valley! The City's used oil filter program is funded by a grant from the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle).
For more information, please email MoValRecycles@moval.org or call 951-413-3109.
A Visit to: Cottonwood Golf Center
With Spring flowers in full bloom and beautiful Southern California weather, it's a great time to get out and play some golf. Cottonwood Golf Center is the City of Moreno Valley's pristine nine-hole public golf course. Located at 13671 Frederick Street, Cottonwood Golf Center is a par 28 course that features 1,226 yards of golf, a stunning lake (water hazard), three sand traps, and a putting green. The United States Golf Association has given the course a rating is 22.0, and it has a slope rating of 113. Grab a mask and your clubs, and come see all that Cottonwood Golf Center has to offer. Learn more online about Cottonwood Golf Center and all of Moreno Valley's beautiful parks!