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  1. Murrieta Softens Parking Rules to Support Restaurants

    To assist restaurants located within the City of Murrieta with their reopening plans, the City is allowing restaurants to use some of their on-site parking to add additional locations for outdoor dining. Read on...
  2. Murrieta Cancels 29th Birthday Bash Gathering and Fireworks Display

    In accordance with continued restrictions on large gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Murrieta has announced the cancellation of its 29th Birthday Bash and Firework Spectacular, which was set for June 27, 2020. Read on...
  3. Murrieta Unveils Business Reopening Resources Guide

    The City of Murrieta has developed a guide to help businesses navigate the stages of re-opening as we move through COVID-19. The Murrieta Business and Community Resource Guide is now available at www.MurrietaCA.gov/reopening and on social media platforms. Read on...
  4. City of Murrieta Adds Website Chat Feature

    To expand its capacity to engage with residents and stakeholders, the City of Murrieta has launched a chat feature at www.MurrietaCA.gov. Website users can now chat with available City Hall, Police, Fire, Parks and Recreation, and Library staff. Read on...
  5. Academy Provides Inside Look at City Hall

    The City of Murrieta's new City Hall Citizen’s Academy runs for eight consecutive weeks beginning March 7, 2020, with a Saturday introduction and tour of City facilities and development sites. It continues on Thursday nights through April 23, 2020. Read on...
  6. Murrieta Fire Announces Mike Lopez as Deputy Fire Chief

    After an extensive and competitive recruitment, Murrieta Fire & Rescue has selected Mike Lopez as Deputy Fire Chief, filling the role that has been vacant since Chief David Lantzer’s promotion to Fire Chief. He begins on March 2, 2020. Read on...
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