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  1. Back to Business Grants Return for Round 2

    On Thursday, October 15, 2020, at 9 a.m., eligible small businesses impacted by COVID can request up to $10k on a first-come, first-served basis as the City of Murrieta kicks off Round 2 of its Back-to-Business Grant program. Read on...
  2. Increased Local Grant Allotment will Benefit City, Non-Profits

    The City expects to receive approximately $590k in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, an increase of 82% from the prior cycle. Up to $88.5k can go to non-profits and other public agencies. The remaining, for City projects and programs. Read on...
  3. Murrieta to Host Halloween Home Decorating Contest

    Calling all lovers of creepy crawlers, masterfully carved pumpkins, and frightening front yards: Our Halloween Home Decorating Contest kicks off on October 1. It's a friendly competition with the City of Temecula. Which city has the winning yard? Read on...
  4. Four Compete for City Council Seats

    A local doctor, a retired public administrator, a local business owner, and a retired corporate director will compete for two open Murrieta City Council Seats on November 3, as the City completes its transition to a district-based Council. Read on...
  5. Murrieta Implements Emergency Medical Dispatch System

    A new medical protocol system has been implemented by the Murrieta Police and Fire Communications Center that will enable dispatchers to accurately assess each emergency medical situation and send the best possible response. Read on...
  6. The Chef’s Grille Receives Murrieta’s First Back-to-Business Grant

    The City of Murrieta issued its first Back-to-Business grant of $10K to The Chef’s Grille restaurant on Jefferson Avenue in Murrieta. The funds will support lease and payroll expenses, and are designed to strengthen small businesses impacted by COVID19. Read on...
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