Riverside County Supervisor, Third District

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Serving the Third District Communities

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Supervisor Jeff Stone
Projects In Progress
Sun City Library Expansion

The complete rehabilitation and expansion of the Sun City Library set to get underway. Additional 4,000 square feet will be added to increase book capacity and provide more conference and community room with the remodel of the facility. State of the art computers will be added, a new exterior facade, improved landscape and aesthetic appeal for the enjoyment of the entire community. Construction is projected to begin in late 2008.

Library Concept | Floor Plan | Sun City Library Elevation

Library Concept Drawing
Kay Ceniceros Community Center Expansion Project

The Kay Ceniceros Community Center will be expanded to increase program and office space, improved conference rooms, and storage capacity. The expansion will allow the center to utilize more program space for events and meetings that will benefit the entire community. Construction is projected to begin in 2008.

Library Concept 

Library Concept Drawing

Projects Completed

Murrieta Downtown Street Improvement Project

Redevelopment funds were used for improvements to Kalmia Street and Washington Avenue, which are located within the Agency's Murrieta Redevelopment Project Sub-Area. Improvements include, landscaping, road enchancements, streetlights, and sidewalks.

Future Projects

Idyllwild Public Library

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Rancho Romona Park

Coming soon ...


Plan Amendments

Sun City/Quail Valley Plan Amendment

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors and the Redevelopment Agency for the County of Riverside recently approved the establishment of a redevelopment project area in the communities of Sun City and Quail Valley. With this approval, the project area will make funds available to:

  • Pay for new infrastructure, such as a sewer system, flood control facilities, and road improvements
  • Construct public facilities such as parks and trails
  • Make repairs to homes
  • Clean-up properties
  • Fix-up businesses

It is important to know that the Agency does not have eminent domain authority in the redevelopment area. You will not be forced to participate in any redevelopment activities. If you do not want financial assistance to make improvements on your property, you do not have to take it. You also will not pay any additional taxes or fees with the adoption of the Redevelopment Plan. This is because funds will be generated by a re-distribution of property taxes, which were fixed by Proposition 13 in the 1970s.

If you have questions regarding the proposed plan, please contact the Economic Development Agency at 951-955-8916 or