Due to the arrival of a significant number of new tenants, the Planning Commission allowed a revision to the Shops at Jurupa Valley project’s site plan. The City Council will now discuss the matter. The confirmed restaurants and stores will be shared soon.
Shops at Jurupa Valley Project
A 32-acre retail, dining, and commercial development on the intersection of Pyrite St. and Mission Blvd. was given the go-light by the City Council. When it is complete, the “Shops at Jurupa Valley” project will have more than 20 new structures and more than 230,000 square feet of retail and commercial space.
Retail shopping, grocery stores, sit-down and drive-through restaurants, car washes, petrol stations, and retail fitness centers are permitted.
The shopping center will have plenty of outdoor eating, walkways, parking, and landscaping.
About Jurupa Valley
A team of committed community volunteers established the City of Jurupa Valley on July 1, 2011. It takes pride in being the 28th City in Riverside County and the 482nd City in California. The strong demand for improved police services and local control over zoning and planning issues served as the primary justification for incorporation.
Jurupa Hills, Mira Loma, Glen Avon, Pedley, Indian Hills, Belltown, Sunnyslope, Crestmore Heights, and Rubidoux are included in the 44-square-mile region that makes up the City.
It shares borders with Eastvale and San Bernardino County to the west, San Bernardino County to the north, and Riverside to the south and east. The Santa Ana River passes through parts of the City’s southern region.
Other Projects of Jurupa Valley
Jurupa Road Grade Separation
With the completion of this project, Jurupa Road will have a new, four-lane underpass that runs beneath Van Buren Boulevard and the Union Pacific Railroad bridge. By segregating train traffic from cars, bicycles, pedestrians, and pedestrian traffic, the underpass will increase safety and traffic flow.
Removing the need to wait for trains, the sound of train whistles, and the pollution produced by idle vehicles would also enhance the quality of life for Jurupa Valley residents.
Read More: The Jurupa road grade separation project
Mission Boulevard Pavement Rehabilitation, Bellegrave to Pyrite, Phase 2
From Bellegrave to Pyrite, Mission Boulevard will be repaved as part of this project, featuring new signage and striping.
2021-2022 Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation
Repaving will be done on Limonite Avenue, Jurupa Road, Rubidoux Boulevard, and Agate Street.
Van Buren Boulevard Widening, Santa Ana River to Limonite Avenue
From the Santa Ana River (City Limit) to Limonite Avenue, the current Van Buren Boulevard will be extended from 4 to 6 traffic lanes.
Citywide Guardrail Replacement
This citywide project aims to bring 12 distinct places’ worth of existing metal guardrails up to current Caltrans standards. Improved guardrails will increase traffic safety.
Sunnyslope Area SR2S Sidewalk Gap Closure
9,715 linear feet of additional sidewalk, 15 crosswalks, 19 ADA curb ramps, and pedestrian sign flashers will also be added as part of this project. On routes near Sunnyslope Elementary School with high pedestrian traffic, these other additions will enhance pedestrian walkability and road safety.
Read more about the capital improvement projects in Jurupa Valley here.
The Planning Commission approved a change to the Jurupa Valley project’s site plan due to significant new tenants’ presence. More than 20 new buildings and more than 230,000 square feet of retail and commercial space will be present at Shops at Jurupa Valley.