Changes to Roripaugh Ranch development approved by city council

Changes to Roripaugh Ranch development approved by city council

The not-yet-built second phase of the Roripaugh Ranch development may end up looking different from its original plan after the Temecula City Council approved changes that include an enhanced sports park, different lot sizes for homes and the possibility for senior housing. The changes to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan were approved 4-0, with Councilman […]

Approval of Altair Dooms Mountain Lions

I am writing to express my extreme disappointment in the Temecula City Council’s approval of the proposed Altair development above Old Town. Not only will this eyesore mar the beautiful views of the Santa Ana Mountains south of town, the project will effectively cut off the only remaining migration corridor for mountain lions moving between […]

Changes could be coming to Roripaugh Ranch land

A different mix of housing, sports park enhancements and other changes could be coming the Roripaugh Ranch land still slated for development if the Temecula City Council approves a series of amendments in late January. If amendments to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, which guides what can be built in the development and where, are […]

City council approves changes to former food pantry location in Temecula

City council approves changes to former food pantry location in Temecula

Two buildings near Old Town Temecula that had been used for a food pantry and accommodations for the area’s homeless will now be focused specifically on providing services to help members of the homeless population become self-sufficient. The Temecula City Council unanimously approved an amendment to an agreement with Community Mission of Hope, the nonprofit […]

Temecula council to seek help to fix Interstate 15 gridlock conditions

Temecula council to seek help to fix Interstate 15 gridlock conditions

Temecula officials concede that commuters passing through their city endure “unacceptable” gridlock conditions, and they are now seeking help from the state, area cities, the Pechanga tribe and an array of regional planning agencies. “It’s not all Temecula traffic. It’s a choke point,” Mayor Maryann Edwards said in a recent telephone interview. “We’ve been doing […]

Positions are available with the Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission and Community Services Commission

TEMECULA – The Temecula City Council invites interested residents to apply for two positions on the Public/Traffic Safety Commission. The positions are for full three-year terms through Oct. 10, 2020. The Temecula City Council also invites interested residents to apply for one position on the Community Services Commission. The position is for a full three-year […]

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