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• Did YOU Know?  Abandoned/Inoperable Vehicles

Did YOU Know? Abandoned/Inoperable Vehicle

The City of Eastvale provides a Did You Know tip to assist residents in getting acquainted with the City›s Municipal Code.  The City’s Municipal Code is available on the City›s website.

According to Municipal Code section 10.04.140 It is unlawful for any person to abandon, park, store, or leave or permit the abandonment, parking, storing or leaving of any licensed or unlicensed vehicle or part thereof which is in an abandoned, wrecked, dismantled or inoperative condition upon any private or public property within the city for a period in excess of ten days unless such vehicle is stored or parked in a lawful manner on private property in connection with the business of a licensed dismantler, licensed vehicle dealer or city-approved junkyard.

Any individual violating any provision of this chapter shall be deemed guilty of an infraction or misdemeanor as hereinafter specified. Such individual shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of any of the provisions of this chapter is committed, continued, or permitted. Any individual convicted of a violation of this chapter:

(1) Shall be guilty of an infraction offense and punished by a fine not exceeding:
$100.00 for a first violation;
$200.00 for a second violation on the same site perpetrated by the same individual.

Code violations can be reported via our E-Citizen app:

If you have additional Code Enforcement questions, please feel free to call Eastvale City Hall at (951) 361-0900 or email Code_Complaint@eastvaleca.gov

Conservation News

We want everyone to know you're a conservation champion

California is entering its fifth year of a significant drought resulting in severe impacts to California’s water supplies and its ability to meet all of the demands for water in the State. Due to continuing dry conditions, the State has extended and revised mandatory State drought regulations, requiring all of us to continue our water conservation efforts.
To thank and recognize residents for being Conservation Champions during the drought we’ve been delivering "We’re Doing Our Part to be Water Smart" lawn signs. We’ll deliver a Conservation Champion lawn sign to your home if you have:
Replaced your lawn with water-wise landscaping;
Embraced the philosophy "brown is the new green" for your lawn;
Consistently reduced your water usage by 25% or more;
Use 11 units of water or less each month.
Request your sign by e-mailing savewater@jcsd.us or calling the Conservation Hotline at (951) 727-3521.

cnusd news

• Directo of Eastvale STEM Academy Named

The Corona-Norco Unified School District Board of Education confirmed Mrs. Kim Lawe as the Director of the new Eastvale STEM (E-STEM) Academy at the school board meeting Tuesday night. Mrs. Lawe has served as an Assistant Principal for Eleanor Roosevelt High School for the past 6 years.
"Mrs. Lawe brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the fields of Math and Science and is currently an Ed.D. Candidate in STEM education." said Dr. Lin, Superintendent. "She is also very familiar with and well respected by the ERHS learning communities. I am confident that she will serve as an exceptional leader for the E-STEM Academy."
"For six years Mrs. Lawe has humbly served our students and our community with a consummate standard of excellence," said Jeremy Goins, Eleanor Roosevelt High School Principal. "I am ecstatic that she will continue to serve, and apply her passion for STEM Education, to lead this innovative project. I have no doubt that our students will flourish, and our whole community will be proud."
The E-STEM Academy model is a school within a school and will be located on the Eleanor Roosevelt High School Campus. The development of the E-STEM Academy is envisioned to be constructed in two phases with phase one starting in summer 2016 and completing in summer 2017, following the completion of phase two in summer 2018.
The academy will be an addition to the school and provide new classrooms to accommodate the growth of the student population in the community. It will also provide specialized learning environments to support the district’s Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in the pathways of health science and medical technology and engineering and architecture.
STEM is a curriculum based on the concept of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. The development of the Eastvale STEM Academy involves a research-based approach to the programming and design of STEM environments to fully understand the needs of the learners, the educators and the district community.
The development of this project has also been guided by a community advisory committee comprised of parents, students, science and engineering professionals, university faculty and community members.
The development of this project has also been guided by a community advisory committee comprised of parents, students, science and engineering professionals, university faculty and community members.
For the latest updates about the Eastvale STEM academy, please visit: www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/estem

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