California grants $10.4M to RivCoParks for preservation of Riverside’s historic Trujillo Adobe

The Trujillo Adobe was built in 1862 and is one of the oldest known buildings in Riverside. Valley News/Spanish Town Heritage Foundation photo
JURUPA VALLEY – Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the state’s newest budget recently, and in it more than $10 million has been earmarked to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District for the preservation and enhancement of the Trujillo Adobe Historic Site in the city of Riverside.The funding was secured through the offices of Sen. Richard D. Roth, D-Riverside, and Assemblymember Jose Medina, D-Riverside, by the grassroots advocacy efforts of the Spanish Town Heritage Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Adobe.“It has been an honor to work with Nancy Melendez, Darlene Trujillo and the Spanish Town Heritage Foundation to procure state funding for the preservation and renovation of the Trujillo Adobe,” Roth said. “Riverside’s o
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