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Election day voting available at Blindness Support Services in Riverside

June 07, 2021

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The Riverside County Registrar of Voters and the City of Riverside have partnered with Blindness Support Services, Inc. to offer a voting opportunity for voters with disabilities.

Voters encouraged to vote in Tuesday’s City of Riverside municipal election

June 07, 2021

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Tuesday, June 8 is Election Day for residents registered to vote in the City of Riverside municipal election. The election encompasses the city’s Wards 2, 4 and 6 and is not a countywide election. It is also an all-mail ballot election, so there will be no established polling places.

Executive Office releases recommended budget for next fiscal year for county government

June 01, 2021

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The County of Riverside Executive Office released a recommended budget for fiscal year 2021/2022 that includes nearly $7 billion for vital regional and local services. The recommended budget demonstrates the values that drive the important work of the county.

Two million COVID-19 vaccines given in Riverside County, plus one, to father-son duo

May 28, 2021

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Less than two months after the one millionth COVID-19 dose was administered, Riverside County is celebrating the delivery of two million and two million plus one doses administered to a father-son duo. This is an important step for Riverside County in its mission to provide COVID-19 vaccines to those who live and work in the county. The first COVID-19 vaccinations in Riverside County were administered in December 2020. Julian Menendez, 17 of Moreno Valley

Thousands of homebound residents in Riverside County will now be able to get vaccinated

May 21, 2021

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Thousands of homebound residents of Riverside County will now be able to get vaccinated after the county signed an agreement with a Corona-based firm to provide the service. The $300,000 contract with United Lab Services was signed this week and the company has started to vaccinate residents. The county will provide the vaccine and pay United Lab Service $75 for each person vaccinated.