Victorville News for May 22, 2017

Landscape Rehabilitation at Transportation Center to Begin May 18

The City will replace landscaping at the Victor Valley Transportation Center with drought-tolerant plants and water-wise irrigation.  As a result, parking at the Center may be reduced.  Commuters are encouraged to park in the dirt lot just east of the Center if needed.  Learn more in our Press Release.

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City Awards $1.6 M in HUD Grants to Improve Local Community 

The grants were awarded to local programs designed to increase economic opportunities, improve living conditions, and expand fair housing for Victorville citizens.  Learn more in our Press Release

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FREE Landscape Conversion Class

Learn how to create a drought-tolerant landscape of your very own.  Join us at City Hall, June 10 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.  Call (760) 955-2016 to register today!  Following the class, participants will be invited to tour our Center Street Demonstration Garden.  Learn more in our Event Flyer.

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Join us for Earth Day at the MRF

Hope you can come out to the Materials Recovery Facility on May 6 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for our FREE event featuring tire amnesty, a shred fest, compost and mulch giveaway, tours, raffle prizes and more!  Learn more in our Event Flyer and Press Release

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City to Rehabilitate Portions of La Mesa, Nisqualli & Amethyst Roads

On May 8, the City will launch an $11.3 M project to rehabilitate 9.6 miles of heavily-traveled roadways as well as other improvements such as adding bike lanes and pedestrian access.  Learn more by viewing our Press Release and Project Map.      

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FREE Drip Irrigation Class

If you'd like to learn more about drip irrigation systems, join us for our FREE class, April 21 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at City Hall.  See our Flyer and Press Release for more details.     

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