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Posted on: July 27, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Murrieta Mayor Jonathan Ingram to Deliver State of the City Address at Murrieta Hot Springs Resort

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The City of Murrieta is proud to present the 31st Annual State of the City on Wednesday, August 31, 2022, at the Murrieta Hot Springs Resort (located at Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Margarita Road). The resort will be under new ownership and this event is a unique opportunity to welcome guests behind the gates of the historic property. Mayor Jonathan Ingram will deliver the address inspired by Murrieta’s high quality of life thanks to recent developments, safety, health, and innovation. The State of the City address will take place at 7 p.m., in what will be the first large-scale public event at the Murrieta Hot Springs in over 26 years. The event is open to the public and free to attend. Preceding the event, the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce will host a reception from 5:30-6:30 p.m. A $35 ticket is required for the VIP reception and will feature a variety of food and drinks from local businesses.

This year, the City of Murrieta has so much to be proud of and the event will be a showcase for the community. Murrieta Fire & Rescue is celebrating 75 Years of Service to the community, the Murrieta Police Department is celebrating 30 years of protecting and serving, and the City recently received a federal investment in the Murrieta Innovation Center for what will be only the 2nd wet lab in all of Riverside County.

“Murrieta is the future of Southern California. What makes Murrieta such a special place is the immense quality of life residents, businesses, and visitors experience here thanks to the safe community we have because of our top-notch law enforcement departments, being a regional medical hub, the innovation coming out of businesses in Murrieta, and exciting new developments expanding opportunities for the region. And there is much more to come,” shared Murrieta Mayor Jonathan Ingram.

The City and Chamber have a history of being collaborative partners in hosting the event, reflecting the collective goal of community and business success.  “We are always pleased to partner with the City of Murrieta and continue to be humbled by the support our community shows for each other at every turn.” says Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Patrick Ellis. 

“Partnering with the City of Murrieta in showcasing the City’s achievements and vision for the coming year is a highlight for us,” shared Ellis. “I encourage business and community members to come hear Mayor Ingram’s address and gain greater understanding of all that goes into creating a safe, healthy, and innovative community!”

Tickets for the VIP Reception are $35 per person and can be purchased at

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