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Menifee Matters Newsletter - Winter 2014
Menifee Matters Cover
Menifee Matters - Winter 2014
MENIFEE MATTERS - WINTER 2014
The Menifee Oak Tree, pictured on the front cover, was planted this past December in the Menifee Town Center (currently under construction).
As community leaders looked on, the 80-year-old California Live Oak was hoisted
by crane into its new home and its place in Menifee history. This majestic Menifee
Oak Tree acknowledges the city’s agricultural heritage while standing as a symbol
of this new city’s strength and growth.
The tree’s highly visible location in the middle of what will be Town Center Drive
designates a future gathering place for the Menifee community.
With our roots planted, literally and figuratively, 2014 is shaping up to be a year of
community building. We’re welcoming new restaurants and retail businesses,
evaluating multiple proposals to bring developments and amenities to our city,
and starting and finishing major “Menifee Moving” road infrastructure projects.
The City Council recently passed the General Plan and implementation is underway,
providing structure with guidelines and ordinances to carry out the vision that
Menifee’s community leaders have created.
New parks will open in 2014 under the leadership of the new Community Services
Director, who will join the city’s team later this spring. Menifee’s new and existing
parks are community gathering places for events, classes and family fun. Check out pages 10-11 to get involved.
Planting the Menifee Oak Tree is just the beginning. There’s a buzz in the air and as you look around town, we’re certain you’ll feel it.

Menifee Matters Newsletter - Fall 2013
Menifee Matters - Fall 2013
Menifee Matters - Fall 2013
MENIFEE MATTERS - FALL 2013
Menifee Moving construction projects, the General Plan and community events are the topics of discussion around town this fall.
The city started work on the Newport Road widening project in August, the first of seven projects included in the ambitious Menifee Moving Capital Improvement Program. The Newport Road widening project is expected to be completed in December, in time for the Newport Road/Interstate 215 interchange project to begin early next year. 
The Menifee Road “missing link” also is under construction and will provide a continuous north/south thoroughfare east of Interstate 215. 
Read more about these traffic congestion relief projects on pages 8-9 and visit the new Menifee Moving Construction Update web pages on the city’s website, www.cityofmenifee.us, for more details.
The General Plan, which will be reviewed by the Menifee Planning Commission and considered by City Council members this fall, is the city’s blueprint for the future. It was created based on community input with the intent to provide guidance for future decisions about Menifee’s growth. See the story on page 6 for details. 
From the city’s Birthday Bash to the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, community events are in full swing this season. Join your friends and come celebrate with us.

Menifee Matters Newsletter - Summer 2013
Menifee Metters Summer
Menifee Matters - Summer 2013
MENIFEE MATTERS - SUMMER 2013
Welcome to summer! In this second issue of Menifee Matters, you’ll get a close-up look at how we’re planning and preparing for Menifee’s future as a vibrant, fiscally secure city that values a strong sense of community.
While we continue to welcome new residents and families, we are actively preparing Menifee’s infrastructure for growth. In addition to improving traffic circulation, adding parks, and creating recreation programming, we look forward to attracting new businesses, retail outlets and amenities for our community to enjoy.
This issue of Menifee Matters highlights the city’s five-year Capital Improvement
Plan, which features seven large traffic congestion relief projects. Construction on
these projects is slated to begin this summer – with the goal of completing all seven projects within five years.
We’re also wrapping up work on the city’s General Plan. This document will be used as the road map to guide future decisions about the look and feel of our city.

Menifee Matters Newsletter - Winter 2013
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Menifee Matters - Winter 2013
MENIFEE MATTERS - INAUGURAL EDITION - WINTER 2013
The inaugural edition of Menifee Matters, the city’s new community news and activity guide, is set to land in residents’ mailboxes this week.
The 16-page newsletter features stories about city news, economic development, construction projects and city improvements. It also includes parks and recreation information, as well as class listings and activities for the Menifee senior community.
The special events pages feature city-sponsored events and activities through the end of June 2013, such as the upcoming Spring Festival in La Ladera Park.
“We’re excited to introduce Menifee Matters, our new city newsletter, to the community,” said Interim City Manager Rob Johnson. “Our city government is doing great work and we have many things to offer our community. Menifee Matters is one way we are reaching out to share this information.”
Menifee Matters is being mailed to residents in zip codes 92584, 92585 and 92586. Copies of Menifee Matters will also be available at City Hall, the senior and recreation centers, library, and other places in the community.
For more information contact Economic Development Analyst Brian Oulman at or (951) 672-6777.

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