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    Find out everything you need to know about the Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Program.
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    The Public Works Department builds and maintains City streets and infrastracture. Find out what else we do.
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    See planned, current, and completed Capital Improvement projects in the City.
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The Mission of the Public Works Department is to manage and maximize Moreno Valley’s public infrastructure investment to enhance the quality of life today, while striving to develop and implement innovative solutions for tomorrow.

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Try the MoVal My Civic App

The MoVal My Civic App is a convenient way to report Public Works issues such as graffiti, potholes, illegal dumping, landscaping/broken water sprinklers, broken streetlights, or to request Capital Projects or Transportation Engineering services. As a bonus, users will receive the latest local traffic alerts and can access information about other City services, news, events, jobs, shopping, entertainment, and more!

The app is available for both IOS (Apple) and Android devices:

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Project Spotlight: Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Program

The Pavement Rehabilitation Program was approved by the City Council on February 1, 2022. The program includes the removal and replacement of pavement surfaces to extend the service life of the street pavement, and aims to repair over 180 miles of road in roughly 18 months.

Streets are selected based on existing pavement condition and traffic volume. Local streets are rehabbed in groups by proximity to ensure rehabilitation efficiency and cost effectiveness. Click below to watch a video about the program, as well as details about the Pavement Preservation and Rehabilitation 5-Year Look Ahead plans.


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