An untreated mental health condition can have fatal consequences and a devastating impact on the community.
The program helps tenants, landlords and neighbors.
Communicating with residents was key to developing solutions.
The city financed a transitional residence for its homeless population.
The East Porterville Water Supply Project offers a model for helping to meet the clean and sustainable drinking water needs of disadvantaged communities.
This project solved a major problem, and now people are encouraged to choose alternative forms of transportation.
The city set out to create an energetic and engaged workforce and foster a culture of creativity, innovation and passion.
This innovative program keeps one moment of immature indiscretion from turning into a pattern of criminal behavior that can ruin any hope for a bright future.
The city is changing the lives of local youth at risk for obesity.
An innovative program targets young children.
High school students serve as mentors for younger students.
The city stepped up when wells ran dry.
The City of Temecula won the Award for Excellence in the Economic Development Through the Arts category of the 2017 Helen Putnam Award for Excellence program. For more about the awards program, visit www.helenputnam.org.
When families needed better options, the city partnered with a local nonprofit to deliver thoughtful and inclusive community based programming.
The community and city collaborated to build a much-needed park.
This partnership provides long-term housing and services to chronically homeless individuals.
The project’s safety and traffic improvements helped secure over $3.8 million in grant funds.
The city launched a pilot program after local homelessness-related services were reduced or cut.
Training and mentoring employees on the job and investing in their growth saves time and money.
The city mobilized a hard-hitting campaign to address a crisis.