Wildomar approves poll seeking opinion of residents

Wildomar approves poll seeking opinion of residents

The Wildomar City Council Wednesday, Nov. 8, approved an agreement with a company to put together polling for Wildomar residents with questions about the kinds of things they might like to see enacted or fixed within the city. The council voted unanimously to approve a $37,750 Professional Services Agreement for Community Interest Polling Services with […]

Wildomar takes the beginning steps of deferring fees for some development projects

Members of the Wildomar City Council approved a change to a city ordinance, Oct. 3, which will allow some developers to delay payment of developer impact fees until later. Councilmember Marsha Swanson, Councilmember Dustin Nigg and Mayor Tim Walker were present during a special meeting Tuesday morning, and they unanimously approved the change to an […]

Wildomar City Council approves Camelia Townhomes in spite of community concerns

Mayor Timothy Walker had to shush several audience members before the evening was over, but the Wildomar City Council gave the final go-ahead for the Camelia Townhomes project the night of Tuesday, Aug. 8. The project, located at the southern end of Wildomar where Palomar Street becomes Washington Avenue, will result in 163 new condominium […]

Wildomar awaits funds for vehicle licensing fees, still faces possibility of budget shortfall

The city of Wildomar will face a slight budget shortfall for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, according to the biennial budget approved Wednesday by city council. For 2017-2018, the budget remains in the black, but it calls for drawing approximately $140,000 from reserves in 2018-2019, which will bring reserves down to around $837,000. To get to […]

Crime up slightly in Wildomar, official says

Wildomar city council heard an update from city’s police chief at the June 14 council meeting. Crime statistics were up slightly for January 2017 through May 2017 compared to the same time last year, said Capt. David Anne, who serves the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office as police chief of Wildomar and Lake Elsinore. Both cities […]

Wildomar City Council approves raise for city manager, Bundy Canyon Resort Apartments plan

Wildomar City Council met at their regularly scheduled April 12 meeting to discuss a variety of issues including the Bundy Canyon Resort Apartments, the amendment to City Manager Gary Nordquist’s contract and to recognize leaders in the community. The council meeting started off with presentations from members of the public. First off, the 2016 Miss […]

Brighter lights to shine over Wildomar

Brighter lights to shine over Wildomar

Art Barela [email protected] The Wildomar City Council meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9, was direct and to the point as the theme of the evening was focused on several shining lights that are destined to glow even brighter for the future of the city. The first order of business for the evening was to recognize the children […]

Moore retains seat on Wildomar City Council

Wildomar Mayor Bridgette Moore will retain her city council seat the city announced late last week. According to a press release issued by city clerk Debbie Lee, Moore was appointed to the City Council during a special called meeting held Aug. 24, as she was the only official candidate for District 4. “The City Council […]

Wildomar celebrates 8 years of incorporation

Wildomar celebrates 8 years of incorporation

Paisley Trent Valley News Intern Wildomar City Council pulled out all the stops as they celebrated the city’s eighth birthday at its July 13 meeting. The celebration included Bundt cupcakes, festive tables with balloon and flower centerpieces, with a patriotic theme including the American flag on the table napkins. Wildomar officially became a city July […]