If you want to participate in the Community Services District's survey about Security – and every Murietan should want to – here's your chance. It has 33 multiple-choice questions or statements. Your answers will help determine the future of Security.
[Final update, 12:49 p.m.] About 900 Murieta households were hit by a two-hour power outage at 9:30 Wednesday morning. The outage impacted homes on the North and South, Security said, along with traffic lights on Jackson Road. The lights remained on in Murieta PIaza. Read more » about Two-hour power outage hits 900 homes
[Final update, 11:18 a.m.] Jackson Road traffic was snarled for hours Monday morning when dozens of cattle slipped through a fence before sunrise and ran onto Jackson Road, where some were hit and killed by a truck. The truck driver was not injured. Read more » about Traffic snarl after cows hit on Jackson Road
At midday Friday, with the flowering trees on De La Cruz Drive offering their yearly explosion of white, the skies started clouding over, making way for a wet Saturday and Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.Click photo for larger imageRead more » about Spring flowers to greet March showers