Jurupa Valley Incorporation Election, Measure A (March 2011)
Jurupay Valley is currently an unincorporated area. With the successful approval of Measure A, Jurupa Valley will become an incorporated general law city effective July 1, 2011. It will governed by a five-member city council elected at-large. The first set of five city council members were elected on the same ballot that featured the vote on Measure A.
The proposed new city of Jurupa Valley will be about 43.5 square miles with an estimated population of approximately 88,000.
The area in question is north and west of the Santa Ana River, south of the Riverside-San Bernardino County line and east of Interstate 15. It includes Mira Loma, Glen Avon, Sky Country, Indian Hills, Pedley, Rubidoux, Belltown, Jurupa, Jurupa Hills, and Sunnyslope.
Supporters of Measure A included:
- Todd Roper, President of the YES on Measure “A” Committee,
- Dr. Ed Hawkins, Retired School Superintendent
- Brad Hancock, Jurupa Area Recreation and Parks District Board Member
- Verne Lauritzen, Businessman
- Ron Anderson, Retired Businessman
Text of measure
|Shall the order adopted on July 22, 2010, by the Local Agency Formation Commission of Riverside County ordering the incorporation of the territory described in the order, including detachment from the Riverside County Waste Resources Management District, dissolution of County Service Areas 72 and 73, subject to the terms and conditions specified in the order designated as LAFCO 2009-32-2 (Resolution No. 12-10) be confirmed?|
|¿Se deberá confirmar la orden, adoptada el 22 de julio de 2010 por la Comisión de Formación de Agencias Locales del Condado de Riverside, que ordena la incorporación del territorio descrito en la orden, incluyendo la separación del Distrito de Administración de Recursos de Desechos del Condado de Riverside, la disolución de las Áreas de Servicio del Condado 72 y 73, sujeta a los términos y condiciones especificados en la orden designada como LAFCO 2009-32-2 (Resolución N° 12-10)?|