The city of Temecula is wrapping up the first phase of a new freeway interchange that will inevitably improve safety and traffic flow along the Winchester Road/south Interstate 15 freeway off-ramp and dramatically change the landscape of the Temecula Valley.
In November 2012, the city of Temecula opened the Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange (TVE2) in its former City Hall building at 43200 Business Park Drive. TVE2 is a business incubator where startup technology companies can lease scalable, affordable office space in a collaborative environment.
From rolling hills of vineyards and welcoming wineries with high mountains forming a dramatic backdrop to a lively and historic entertainment, dining and shopping district, to a luxury resort casino with spectacular golfing and entertainment, Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country welcomes visitors with a great variety of premium varietal things to do.
Over the past two decades, the city of Temecula has evolved into an innovative, dynamic city and a regional economic center for Southwest Riverside County, all while retaining its small town feeling and character.
There are several options and opportunities to pursue a higher education in Temecula.
When it comes to developing visionary programs that meet a local work force need, California State University San Marcos at Temecula has it covered.
As bicycling continues to grow in popularity, leaders in cities across the country, like Temecula, are embracing the environmental, financial and quality of life benefits that come with a population that likes to ride. The League of American Bicyclists recently announced the latest round of Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) and the city of Temecula has been named a Bronze level BFC.
The Uptown Jefferson Specific Plan will be the implementation tool that will bring the community’s vision to fruition. With an eye toward the future, the city will develop a new, community-based long-term plan that will ensure and promote livability, mobility, sustainability and prosperity. The Uptown Jefferson Specific Plan will allow for exciting new opportunities to spur the area’s revitalization.
From a 1850s ranch to Southern California’s Wine Country, Temecula has evolved into one of California's premier cities.
Before the end of the year, the term "Wine Country" could take on a grander meaning in the Temecula area, as Riverside County may pass a plan that – based on a more defined set of rules and a new zoning classification incorporating that term – could help shape growth for the popular destination east of Temecula proper.
The city of Temecula celebrates its 25th anniversary.