It is a privilege to serve as Mayor for the City of Temecula.
Each year, the City places its highest priority on public safety so this year we are shining a spotlight on the high quality of life that our citizens, businesses and visitors enjoy as a result of being a SAFE City. Temecula’s strategy for success safeguards its private and public capital investments, and protects its most precious resource: our people. This includes maintaining and enhancing SAFE roadways, infrastructure, neighborhoods, schools, parks and amenities. The synergy of being a SAFE City not only fosters a prosperous socio-economic environment where residents and businesses feel certain they are investing in a City that cares, it likewise protects and maintains Temecula’s picturesque, well-manicured and beautiful physical environment. Its beauty and safeness fuels our local economy, and continues to attract upscale development, redevelopment projects, and new business establishments. Accordingly, Temecula has become synonymous with a magnificent lifestyle, flourishing community, and world-class tourist destination.
Our future is vibrant, exciting, and, importantly, SAFE.
We are proudly Temecula SAFE!
Please join me for the 2018 Temecula State of the City.
– Matt Rahn, Mayor, City of Temecula
7:00 – Non-Profit Organization Expo
7:30 – Breakfast
7:50 – Welcome
8:00 – Honorable Mayor Matt Rahn presentation
9:30 – Conclusion
Tickets are $45 per person and $550 for a Corporate Table of 10
For more information contact the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce at (951) 676-5090
Program Sponsor $3,000:
Corporate Partner $2,000:
Affiliate Sponsor $1,500:
Recognized in 2 issues of the quarterly Temecula Today
Community Sponsor $1,000:
Corporate Sponsor $550:
CR&R Environmental Services
Eastern Municipal Water District
Fabozzi & Miller, APC
The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Associates
Mt. San Jacinto College
Rancho California Water District
Southern California Edison
Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors
Van Avery Prep School K-8
California State University San Marcos
Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley
National Merchants Association
Pacific Western Bank
Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC
Western Riverside Council of Governments
The Valley Business Journal
The Valley News
Ashley Bee Photography