Riverside City Manager Scott Barber Announces Intention to Retire

Scott Barber, who has served as Riverside’s City Manager for three years, today (9/10) announced his intention to retire at the end of the 2014. Barber, who has more than 28 years of experience in local government, has been City Manager in Riverside since Dec. 6, 2011. He previously served as Riverside’s first Community Development Director for six years.

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Riverside Public Utilities Energy Customers Can Get $150 Back on Qualifying Energy Star Rated Televisions

This is a great time for sports fans! College and professional football games are back on TV screens, and playoff baseball and the start of hockey season are just around the corner. But if you’re a sports fan with an old, energy hog of a television set, it’s time for you to upgrade. And the good news is Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) will help. Read More...

Nominations Welcomed for 2014 Riverside Heroes Awards

The City of Riverside Human Relations Commission will honor residents whose outstanding volunteer service has benefited the community at the Riverside Heroes Awards, to be held on November 13. Nominations may be made until 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 1. Nomination forms may be downloaded from the City’s website at www.riverside.ca.gov/hrc. Completed nomination forms may be submitted by mail, email, or in person to the Riverside Human Relations Commission.

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Riverside Welcomes New Chief Mike Moore to Riverside City Fire Department

Riverside officially welcomed new Fire Chief Mike Moore to his first day of work Tuesday (8/26) with a badge pinning ceremony attended by dozens of firefighters from the Riverside City Fire Department and all over Southern California, as well as City staff, elected officials and members of the community. Read More...

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Riverside City Manager Scott Barber Announces Intention to Retire

Scott Barber, who has served as Riverside’s City Manager for three years, today (9/10) announced his intention to retire at the end of the 2014. Barber, who has more than 28 years of experience in local government, has been City Manager in Riverside since Dec. 6, 2011. He previously served as Riverside’s first Community Development Director for six years.

Read More...

Riverside Public Utilities Energy Customers Can Get $150 Back on Qualifying Energy Star Rated Televisions

This is a great time for sports fans! College and professional football games are back on TV screens, and playoff baseball and the start of hockey season are just around the corner. But if you’re a sports fan with an old, energy hog of a television set, it’s time for you to upgrade. And the good news is Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) will help. Read More...

Nominations Welcomed for 2014 Riverside Heroes Awards

The City of Riverside Human Relations Commission will honor residents whose outstanding volunteer service has benefited the community at the Riverside Heroes Awards, to be held on November 13. Nominations may be made until 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 1. Nomination forms may be downloaded from the City’s website at www.riverside.ca.gov/hrc. Completed nomination forms may be submitted by mail, email, or in person to the Riverside Human Relations Commission.

Read More...

Riverside Welcomes New Chief Mike Moore to Riverside City Fire Department

Riverside officially welcomed new Fire Chief Mike Moore to his first day of work Tuesday (8/26) with a badge pinning ceremony attended by dozens of firefighters from the Riverside City Fire Department and all over Southern California, as well as City staff, elected officials and members of the community. Read More...

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