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Pamphlet on Calimesa Fire Department including history, current service, etc.




See what's going on at the Norton Younglove Multipurpose Senior Center and view the February Calimesa Connections Newsletter here.




Apply to voluntarily serve on a City Commission.  Vacancies exist on several commissions.  Click here for listing of vacancies.




Effective February 6, 2017 a Park Facilities Use Agreement is required to reserve the Pavilion Area of the Calimesa 4th Street Community Park.  The agreement and policy packet is available by clicking here.




Calimesa Community Clean-Up with CR&R will be held the week of March 18th, 2018.


Riverside Superior Court Seeking Civil Grand Jurors


City Council

Norton Younglove Multi-Purpose Center

February 5, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.



Library Commission

Norton Younglove Multi-Purpose Center

February 6, 2018 - 4:30 p.m.



Community Services Commission

Norton Younglove Multi-Purpose Center

February 7, 2018 - 5:00 p.m.



Planning Commission

Norton Younglove Multi-Purpose Center

February 12, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.



City Hall Closed

Presidents' Day

February 19, 2018



City Council

Norton Younglove Multi-Purpose Center

February 20, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.



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Calimesa Government Compensation, Updated 2016

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You are not Alone (Y.A.N.A.) Program

To preserve and enhance the open space atmosphere and quality of life in Calimesa.


The City of Calimesa is dedicated to remaining a community that honors its beautiful natural setting through open space preservation, wildlife corridors, and extensive trail systems, as well as enriching the quality of life for Calimesa through sensitive planning that creates increased business activity, local jobs, new parks, and schools.



The City of Calimesa has a Wildlife Corridor in conjunction with the Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan from the WR-RCA:

The City of Calimesa incorporated December of 1990. It has developed its own unique zoning codes and standards, and sought to retain its open space characteristics. The City’s General Plan provides for neighborhoods and businesses that reflect that concept. The City is governed by a five-member City Council and a form of government small enough to respond to citizen concerns yet experienced enough to maintain the unique Calimesa lifestyle.



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