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  1. Murrieta Expands EV Charging Capacity

    The City has added six new electric vehicle charging stations at City Hall and the adjacent Senior Center. This includes three single head, Level 3 fast chargers and a dual head Level 2 charger. This brings the total number of charging spaces to 14. Read on...
  2. Murrieta PulsePoint is Live and Available for Public Download

    Nearly 60% of sudden cardiac arrest victims don’t get CPR before professional help arrives, crucial minutes that may mean the difference between life and death. Murrieta Fire and Rescue hopes to increase survival rates by empowering everyday citizens. Read on...
  3. City to Break Ground on Major Town Square Park Upgrades

    The City of Murrieta will host a groundbreaking for Phase 3 of Town Square Park on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 9:30 a.m. at the site. Stop by for speakers, refreshments and to view project drawings. Read on...
  4. Mayor, Staff Bring Murrieta Perspectives to State League

    Representing Murrieta, Mayor Kelly Seyarto, City Manager Kim Summers and City Clerk Stephanie Smith play key leadership roles on League of California Cities boards and committees. Read on...
  5. High-Level Investors Connect with Murrieta Based Biotech Start-ups

    The City of Murrieta, InSoCal Connect, and eight different biotech companies located in the Murrieta Innovation Center recently traveled to Silicon Valley to promote local innovation to 50 high-level venture capital investors. Read on...
  6. City to Host 17th Annual Veterans Day Parade

    On November 11, 2019, the City of Murrieta will host the 17th Annual Veterans Day Parade in recognition of the men and women who have fought for this nation’s freedom. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. on Washington Avenue and ends at Town Square Park. Read on...
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