Eastvale – The City is always providing new updates on new additions to the City and new projects that are expected to be completed. Here is an update on what’s happening in Eastvale and the surrounding areas.
Eastvale Storage is now open for business at 14555 Chandler Street. They offer storage units plus 600 and 700 sq. ft. business suites to small business owners. The Eastvale Storage recently shared on social media that they are experienced owner operators, and they take security very seriously. They also have a manager that lives onsite 24/7. In addition, all their units are accessible from the ground floor and there is plenty of parking on the property, which is different than nearby competitors.
Another business that is almost ready to open is the Heroes Restaurant & Brewhouse. Their sign just went up on their building and “diligent progress is being made inside,” stated the City. They are expected to open in early April so stay tuned for when you can visit them at the Hamner Place shopping center.
Construction is also underway in the surrounding areas of Eastvale. The Hamner Avenue bridge is now officially demolished and construction will now begin on the eastern bridge span of the new Mayor Berwin Hanna Bridge Avenue. The entire project is expected to be completed in winter of 2023/2024 and you will be able to use all 3 lanes when completed. Follow the Hamner Avenue Bridge and Widening project on Facebook for more updates.
Another nearby construction is in the neighboring city of Corona. As of February 22, 2023, there will be a six-month closure along Rincon Street. This closure will allow Army Corps of Engineers to complete the dike construction and new Rincon Street roadway realignment over the new dike. “Access to the Corona Municipal Airport and Butterfield Park will remain throughout the duration of the Rincon Street closure and throughout the project construction,” according to the City. Nearby residents are asked to continue to detour traffic along River Road to Lincoln throughout the Rincon Street Closure. For more information about this closure, you can contact the City of Corona at www.coronaca.gov.
Lastly, our Military Banner program is putting up new signs along Archibald Avenue and Hamner Avenue. These banners will honor Eastvale residents and their immediate family members who are active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Banners will be created and installed during May and applications are due on March 31. Visit www.eastvaleca.gov to learn more about eligibility or email firstname.lastname@example.org.