This is Startempire Wire’s latest weekly wire roundup.
Rancho Cucamonga Initiates Transportation Infrastructure Assessment & Improvement Plan Rancho Cucamonga has prepared an Active Transportation Infrastructure Assessment and Improvement Plan (Plan). The Plan will identify, evaluate, and prioritize infrastructure upgrades throughout the city’s communities to increase citizens’ accessibility to schools, parks, shopping, and other destinations by walking, bicycling, and rolling. The project started in August 2022 and may end by the beginning of the summer of 2023.
The Industry Growth Forum (IGF), now in its 28th year, is the top event for cleantech entrepreneurs. The IGF event by NREL, an organization tasked with transforming energy since 1977, will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of May, 2023, in Denver, Colorado. NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
“Don’t Worry Darling,” a film shot in Greater Palm Springs, was at the 27th annual California on Location Awards on Sunday night. The event honored site managers, location teams, and government workers supporting on-location production around the state. It was hosted by “Family Feud” announcer Rubin Ervin. The movie “Don’t Worry Darling” won the location team of the year award over “The Fabelmans” and “White Men Can’t Jump” in the competition.
The City of Menifee has received the annual Excellence in Government Service Award from the Building Industry Association Riverside County Chapter. Also, the City of Menifee convened to commemorate the groundbreaking of the Holland Road Overpass after many years of planning and construction. Several regional funding sources helped to pay for the $35 million Holland Road Overpass project. The project received over $4 million from Menifee’s Quality of Life Measure.
Wood Partners, a developer of multifamily properties, announced the groundbreaking of Alta Cuvee in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Alta Cuvee is the second development by Wood Partners to be built in the Inland Empire, which has one of the most significant growth rates in the country. The neighborhood will open in late 2024 after finishing its current building phase, with pre-leasing beginning in the following fall.
The Mark is an apartment community located in Riverside County. The Riverside Unified attendance zone serves this area. The Mark will serve as a mixed-use community and support the multifamily properties initiative in California. The Mark at Mission Inn Avenue and Market Street in Riverside’s downtown historic area is near its completion of construction. The site, which once housed Riverside’s first fire station, a livery stable, and an auto dealership, is undergoing renovation and will soon be reincarnated as a mixed-use community with seven stories that respect the three original buildings.
(Tuesday) Innovating to Ensure a Viable Economy In A “Livable” City With Evan Sanford Of The Redlands Chamber
– Evan Sanford
(Thursday) Inspiring The Market To Buy Your Products & Services With Mary Barnett of Another Brilliant Idea
1) UC Riverside Apprenticeship Info Session – Mon Dec 19 – 11 AM [Moreno Valley Business & Employment Resource Center]
2) Founders Night YEAR END 2022 – THU DEC 15 – 5 PM [Riverside ExCITE]
3) Breakfast Series – Thu, January 12, 2023, 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM PST – California Baptist University – Innovators Auditorium
4) 2023 CVCC Job Fair Wednesday – Jan 25, 2023, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PST – Chino Hills Community Center