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...to the City of Perris is a fast-growing community in Southern California. With convenient transportation options, affordable housing, and a skilled local workforce, Perris is the idea spot to move your business - or your family.

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City of Perris
101 N. D Street
Perris, CA 92570
Phone: (951) 943-6100
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About the Town...

Three Vacant City Positions Filled During Special Meeting

Family's New Home is the Fifth Habitat Residence in Perris

Improvements Coming to Lake Perris in 2014

“Step Out to Work Out” Says Mayor Daryl Busch

Live Well Perris Off to a Rousing Start!

Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association Honors Clyde Smith

Public Safety Commission Honors 15 Years of Service

Biggest Loser Competition Begins!

2013 Rods and Rails Festival

Health Fair Kicks Off "Live Well Perris"

"Handcuff Bowl" at Perris High School

Live Well in Perris

U.S. Rep. Mark Takano Opens Perris Office

Park Improvements Help You Live Well

Memorial Day Ceremony Honors the Sacrifices of Our Armed Forces

Lose to Win - Weight That Is

Memorial Day Service at Perris Valley Cemetary

Ribbon Cutting on State-of-the-Art Wharehouse

Improvements to Historic "D" Street Coming Soon

City Seeks Sponsors for 2013 Rods & Rails Festival

Dedication of Improvements to the Ramona Expressway Interchange

Councilman Cites Seuss for Students

Thomas Vose Branch Manager of Library Leaves for Promotion

Fundraiser to Aid Dora Nelson African American Art and History Museum

Perris Supports P-Town Fundraiser

African-American Community Expo a Glorious Celebration

Mott Historical Museum Opens in Perris

Perris Library Celebrates 100th Birthday

Work to Begin on I-215 Central Project

February 16: Black History Month Exposition & Celebration

Perris Welcomes New Assistant Finance Director

Hunter Family Honored on Fred T. Perris Day

January Students of the Month

Carr Represents Perris at League of California Cities

Solar-Powered Bus Stops Come to Perris

Perris Seniors Enjoy Annual Appreciation Lunch

Kids of All Ages Enjoy Breakfast With Santa
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Volunteers Bring Holiday Cheer to Military Veterans

City of Perris Honors Jenny's Diner

Perris Council Members Sworn In

Perris Welcomes New Councilmember Julio Rodriguez

Council Thanks Joanne Evans for Her Service

"Have a Jolly 'ole Christmas" at the Annual Parade on Dec. 8

Perris Officials Give Local Students Career Insights

Free Flu Shot Clinic a Success With Perris Seniors

Perris Amigos Step Out in Style

Annual Parade Honors Veterans in Style
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Construction is Completed and Begins on I-215 Improvements
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Construction Begins on a New Park for Perris: Mercado Park
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Get Ready: Annual Veteran's Day Parade is November 3

D Street Documentary Black-Tie Premier

Tour de Perris Highlights Fun, Family & Fitness

Annual Multi-Cultural Festival is a Day of Fun and Celebration

Palm Elementary Students Show Community Commitment

Mercado Apartments are a Model for Moderate-Income Housing

Perris Receives Helen Putnam Award for Enchanted Heights Outreach

Kids are Key to Enchanted Heights Outreach Success

Perris High School Yearbooks Going Digital

Perris Opens New Downtown Public Safety Complex
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Perris Wins Helen Putnam Award for Enchanted Heights Outreach

Draft CAPER Public Review
2011-12 Draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is now ready for public review. See the report...

Habitat for Humanity Honors the City of Perris
The City of Perris was honored by Habitat for Humanity for supporting the non-profit’s construction of a new home in Perris. Read more...


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Programs & Projects

Perris Trail Master Plan
The City of Perris is preparing a Trail Master Plan to identify existing and future needs for bikeway and trail users.
>  Perris Trails Website

Metrolink is Coming in 2012
Opening in 2012, the Metrolink™ Perris Valley Line extension will serve five new stations in Riverside County.
Acrobat See the March 2010 newsletter..
>  Perris Valley Line web site...


Mamas Y Bebes Program
Funded by the Riverside County Department of Mental Heath, Prevention and Early Intervention, this free program is for pregnant women who are at risk of developing depression, and are between 12 and 24 weeks in their pregnancy.
See flyer for details: acrobat English | acrobat Spanish

Perris Scope Video Newsletter
Check out the new Perris Scope - a video newsletter that highlights some of the new programs, features, and events in Perris.
See Perris Scope...

Shop Local Program Grows by Leaps and Bounds
The discount shopping program, which began six months ago with about 60 participating businesses, has nearly doubled to more than 100 merchants and more are joining every week.
- Read more about the program...
- Go to www.cityofperris.org/shoplocal to get your discount card

Perris Gets Social!
You can now become a fan of the city on Facebook...and get breaking news from the City on Twitter. Learn more about the City's social network efforts...


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