June 26, 2020
Riverside County schools have made their plans to reopen schools. Check these websites to find out more about what’s in store:
Riverside County Office of Education rcoe.us/departments
Need to Know
2020 Census response deadline has been pushed to October 31st. If you haven’t yet completed the census, go to 2020census.gov
IRS tax filing deadline was pushed to July 15 and it’s coming up. Remember to file and if you are waiting on a refund check out irs.gov/refunds
DMV field offices have reopened. Go to dmv.ca.gov to find your closest office or make an appointment, or to learn about new deadlines for registrations and licenses.
The last day for businesses to apply for Paycheck Protection Program is June 30th. To apply, go to sba.gov/funding-programs
For more information on staying safe while out and about check out this article goodhousekeeping.com/health
Remember to vote in the upcoming elections. For more information check registertovote.ca.gov
Creating Change in RivCo
To learn more about the League of Women Voters, go to lwv.org
For information about Our County Supervisors and elected officials, check out countyofriverside.us/AbouttheCounty
Good To Know
Let’s take a look at what’s going on in the County.
Lake Elsinore and Menifee are planning local firework displays, Menifee’s celebration will be early on July 27th cityofmenifee.us while Lake Elsinore sticks with the fourth of July lake-elsinore.org
The City of Temecula presents Women’s Virtual Stem Camp, Wednesdays at 2 PM through July 15. For more information, go to – https://temeculaca.gov/685/STEM-Program
Listen to Gino Meregillano from the local group Gino and the Lone Gunmen perform on facebook live facebook.com/events
Murrieta’s Library offers Stay at Home Story Time for kids. Go to facebook.com/events to learn more about this great program.
Is your local library open for business? It might be! Call today to find out if they are offering express service or check rivlib.net
Riverside County and the Temecula Valley Chamber Of Commerce is providing local businesses with PPE. If your establishment is in need, go to temeculaca.gov to learn more.
Riverside County, the Temecula Valley Chamber Of Commerce, and Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce are providing local businesses with PPE. If your establishment is in need, go to: temeculaca.gov & hmurrietachamber.org
Looking for a job? The Small business Association and Goodwill are currently hiring. Check sba.gov/about-sba or goodwill.org/jobs-training for more information. For a one-stop job hunting shop, go to Onwardca.org. Riverside County Workforce Development is also available to help with their many resources rivcoworkforce.com & caljobs.ca.gov
Don’t miss Digifest Temecula 2020 – Learn more here digifesttemecula.org/product-category
Check out jdscreativeacademy.org more information about Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Fall Classes.
Talent in Riverside County
When we think about Talent, Hollywood often comes to mind. However, we have our share of talented individuals right here in Riverside County, including Makayla Phillips and Olivia Ximenes from American Idol; Neha Arya, Isha Arya and Jaela Jaffe from Future Link futurelink.com. The county also has many other home-grown standouts in sports.
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