With summer just around the corner, we find ourselves nearly at the half way point of a landmark year for the City. Whether talking about increased patrol hours for our Police Officers, or all the new and exciting businesses coming to Eastvale such as Costco Wholesale and In-N-Out, there is much to be proud of as we continue to grow our young community.
Eastvale continues to be a place that people want to live, work and play. As we grow with new homes and businesses, your City Council is working hard to lessen the impacts of increased traffic on our roads. One such effort is the upcoming I-15/Limonite Avenue Interchange Project. Starting construction in September of 2018, the improvements once complete will decrease commute times, giving us all more time at home with our families and less time on the road.
I want to invite you to our 7th Annual State of the City Address where you can learn more about this project, along with other goals for the future of our City. The State of the City will be held at Eleanor Roosevelt High School on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. This is a terrific opportunity to celebrate our City, community partners, employees, and first responders.
In addition to learning about where our City is and where it is headed, the Eastvale State of the City Address also provides an excellent forum to meet with your City Council members, and City Staff. Of course, it wouldn’t be an Eastvale State of the City without our annual Taste of Eastvale, compliments of the Eastvale Chamber of Commerce. This year’s food selection is going to be great!
I also encourage you to stay connected with us in our weekly electronic newsletter, “Eastvale Weekly”, social media, and our E-Notification system. For more information on these outreach platforms, visit our website at http://www.EastvaleCA.gov. There are many great things that we share throughout the week and we want you to be the first to hear it, straight from the source!
As your Mayor, I want to personally thank you for your feedback. The input that we as a Council receive from Eastvale residents is always valued and considered when decisions are made. To help the City Council best serve the Eastvale community, we need to hear from you. Please join us at our City Council meetings that are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Rosa Parks Elementary located at 13830 Whispering Hills Drive in Eastvale. Get involved, stay connected, and ask us questions.
Mayor Clint Lorimore