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  1. Murrieta Implements Emergency Medical Dispatch System

    A new medical protocol system has been implemented by the Murrieta Police and Fire Communications Center that will enable dispatchers to accurately assess each emergency medical situation and send the best possible response. Read on...
  2. The Chef’s Grille Receives Murrieta’s First Back-to-Business Grant

    The City of Murrieta issued its first Back-to-Business grant of $10K to The Chef’s Grille restaurant on Jefferson Avenue in Murrieta. The funds will support lease and payroll expenses, and are designed to strengthen small businesses impacted by COVID19. Read on...
  3. Murrieta Unveils Back-to-Business Grant Program

    To expand on its support of small businesses impacted by COVID-19, the Murrieta City Council has approved $250K in Back-to-Business grants. Beginning Monday, June 8, 2020, eligible businesses can request up to $10K on a first-come, first-served basis. Read on...
  4. Murrieta Softens Parking Rules to Support Restaurants

    To assist restaurants located within the City of Murrieta with their reopening plans, the City is allowing restaurants to use some of their on-site parking to add additional locations for outdoor dining. Read on...
  5. Murrieta Cancels 29th Birthday Bash Gathering and Fireworks Display

    In accordance with continued restrictions on large gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Murrieta has announced the cancellation of its 29th Birthday Bash and Firework Spectacular, which was set for June 27, 2020. Read on...
  6. Murrieta Unveils Business Reopening Resources Guide

    The City of Murrieta has developed a guide to help businesses navigate the stages of re-opening as we move through COVID-19. The Murrieta Business and Community Resource Guide is now available at www.MurrietaCA.gov/reopening and on social media platforms. Read on...
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