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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Murrieta, CA, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Trader Joe's Slated For Murrieta Shopping Center: What To Know

MURRIETA, CA — Plans for Trader Joe's to move into Murrieta are one step closer, City of Murrieta spokesperson Dominique Samario confirmed with Patch Friday.Trader Joe's officials have eyed a spot for a new store at the Murrieta Plaza Shopping Center at 40388 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Samario confirmed.The grocery store would replace the former Office Max location in the shopping center anchored by Sam's Club. Office Max closed at that location before the pandemic, according to the city."This is incredibly ex...

MURRIETA, CA — Plans for Trader Joe's to move into Murrieta are one step closer, City of Murrieta spokesperson Dominique Samario confirmed with Patch Friday.

Trader Joe's officials have eyed a spot for a new store at the Murrieta Plaza Shopping Center at 40388 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Samario confirmed.

The grocery store would replace the former Office Max location in the shopping center anchored by Sam's Club. Office Max closed at that location before the pandemic, according to the city.

"This is incredibly exciting for Murrieta," said Samario. "Trader Joe's is one of our top requested businesses. Our residents have to drive to Temecula to shop there, and we look forward to everyone in unincorporated areas coming to this location when it opens." The city is always trying to connect our residents with businesses that they most want to see, she said.

According to the economic development team, Murrieta has actively pursued a Trader Joe’s in Murrieta for more than 10 years.

"We're really excited and happy for our residents that we have this very desired grocery store for our residents.

So, what's next? How long will it take the Trader Joe's to open in Murrieta?

Once a business decides to come to the area, they begin the planning process, submitting plans, and then the city returns with any comments, according to Samario.

"From there, it's a business decision with the property owner and landlord, but our goal is always to work to connect businesses that we believe should be in Murrieta with places that should be successful," she said.

The development services team will review the tenant improvement plans since they are occupying a space built out for general retail and converting into a market.

The team will confirm that their improvements comply with the building code, ADA accessibility, energy sufficiency, and general public safety, among other things, according to the city.

As of this week, there is no start date for work at the location or a target opening date for the Murrieta Trader Joe's location, but the enthusiasm with residents is high.

Residents in Murrieta are also asking for more restaurant options and the possibility of an Ikea store. More than one resident has asked after the arrival of an Ikea in the area, according to Samario.

For now, residents were pleased with the long-awaited Trader Joe's arriving in their city.

Patch will keep an eye on new business arrivals. What would you like to see come to Murrieta? Let us know in the comments.

U.S. Secretary Of Energy Visiting Menifee, Temecula During CA Trip

SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm is visiting Southwest Riverside County next week as part of a swing through California where she will tout the Biden-Harris Administration’s clean energy agenda.Granholm's Golden State trip starts Monday with a press call then a visit to San Leandro for a tour and ribbon-cutting ceremony at Cuberg's new battery innovation facility. The company is an early participant in the Depart...

SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm is visiting Southwest Riverside County next week as part of a swing through California where she will tout the Biden-Harris Administration’s clean energy agenda.

Granholm's Golden State trip starts Monday with a press call then a visit to San Leandro for a tour and ribbon-cutting ceremony at Cuberg's new battery innovation facility. The company is an early participant in the Department of Energy’s Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program.

Granhold will then travel to the Riverside County city of Menifee to visit a U.S. Department of Energy-funded regional Connected Communities project being developed by KB Home, Schneider Electric, Southern California Edison, and SunPower. The project includes two all-electric communities with over 230 zero-energy homes powered by solar energy and a community microgrid.

On Tuesday, Granholm will join more than 700 tribal leaders at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula for the 2024 Department of Energy’s Tribal Clean Energy Summit. At the summit, the Secretary is scheduled to talk about Biden’s "commitment to strengthening engagement with Tribal nations to ensure the buildout of an inclusive clean energy economy and announce the Administration’s latest efforts to enhance Tribal energy sovereignty," according to the DOE.

Granholm was sworn in as the 16th U.S. Secretary of Energy on Feb. 25, 2021. She also served two terms as governor of Michigan, from 2003 to 2011. In between the time of her federal and state posts, she was a Distinguished Professor of Practice in the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley.

Gierson Ranch Next To Old Town Murrieta OK'd For 107 New Homes, ADUs

MURRIETA, CA — A Murrieta woman who owns nearly 21 acres near Old Town appears willing to sell most of her land to make way for a housing project that is planned with 107 single-family homes — 78 of which will include attached granny flats that can be used as rentals or for family.On Wednesday, with Commissioner Michael LaPaglia absent, the Murrieta Planning Commission unanimously approved a development plan and tentative parcel map for the "Gierson Ranch" project named after the property's current owner, 90-year...

MURRIETA, CA — A Murrieta woman who owns nearly 21 acres near Old Town appears willing to sell most of her land to make way for a housing project that is planned with 107 single-family homes — 78 of which will include attached granny flats that can be used as rentals or for family.

On Wednesday, with Commissioner Michael LaPaglia absent, the Murrieta Planning Commission unanimously approved a development plan and tentative parcel map for the "Gierson Ranch" project named after the property's current owner, 90-year-old Esther Gierson.

The 20.63-acre lot is sandwiched between Adams Avenue to the northeast, Washington Avenue to the southwest, Brett Lane to the southeast, and Ivy Street to the northwest.

Eric Higuchi of OTM Murrieta LLC said he has been working with Gierson on the plan. His company is listed as the project applicant for the Gierson Ranch development. Higuchi told the Planning Commission that Gierson has acted as "a partner" in the project though he acknowledged he is not a builder and will sell the approved development plans. Higuchi said he has an option to purchase the property from Gierson.

Like so many properties on Murrieta's west side, the lot at 25190 Washington Avenue has a storied history. There is an existing single-family ranch home, a caretaker unit and a barn/shed on the southwest portion of the site. City documents state that a single-family residence also exists on the northwest corner.

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Both homes "are unoccupied and have been for some time now," according to the documents.

The ranch house and structures at the southwest corner of the property will remain, according to the development plans. Gierson will retain approximately 3.50 acres for that residence; no development is planned there, according to Higuchi. As such, the tentative parcel map approved Wednesday includes subdivision of the land.

The Gierson tie to the land dates back to 1964 when Esther's late husband, Dr. Hyman Gierson, purchased the property in 1964; the ranch house on the southwest corner dates back to the 1800s, according to Higuchi.

Since the 1990s, the land has been zoned single-family residential, making it ripe for eager developers.

A half-dozen local residents spoke against the project during Wednesday's Planning Commission meeting. Their biggest concerns were traffic, especially on Adams Avenue, and lack of a buffer between four residences on Brett Lane — a private road — and the new project.

On April 3, the applicant and city were part of a community meeting to introduce the project and answer questions. Concerns continued to be adequately addressed in the weeks and months that followed, according to some of the opponents. However, their desire for a new traffic study is not happening, and it is unlikely that a Brett Lane buffer — beyond an approved 6-foot block wall — will be erected. Brett Lane is outside the project boundaries, according to city staff.

Wednesday's approval does not guarantee the project will get built, but the work done by Higuchi significantly paves the way for future development at the site. Given Gierson's age, it's unclear what the future holds for the 3.5 acres she plans to retain.

In October, a similar project was approved on Murrieta's west side. Read more: 62 New Homes With Granny Flats Approved For Murrieta's West Side

Restaurant Month 2024 Celebrates Local Flavors!

Restaurant Month returns this March, enticing food enthusiasts to savor a month-long feastCommunity ContributorFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMURRIETA, WILDOMAR, AND BEYOND: RESTAURANT MONTH 2024 CELEBRATES LOCAL FLAVORS AND INVITES CULINARY ADVENTURERestaurant Month returns this March, enticing food enthusiasts to savor a month-long feastSouthwest Riverside County, Calif. (FEB. 26, 2024) — From March 1st to March 31st, the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber ...

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Restaurant Month returns this March, enticing food enthusiasts to savor a month-long feast

Southwest Riverside County, Calif. (FEB. 26, 2024) — From March 1st to March 31st, the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce alongside Explore Murrieta, the City of Murrieta, and City of Wildomar, is excited to announce the return of Restaurant Month 2024. In a departure from its traditional week-long format, this year's event extends the celebration throughout the entire month. With an array of enticing prizes up for grabs, Restaurant Month promises a delectable journey, inviting patrons to explore new culinary horizons while supporting cherished local eateries. We encourage diners to embark on a culinary adventure, discovering new favorites and revisiting beloved classics.

"As we unite with Explore Murrieta, the City of Murrieta, and the City of Wildomar for Restaurant Month 2024, we reaffirm our commitment to bolstering the restaurant industry, a vital cornerstone of our local economy,” says Patrick Ellis, President/CEO of the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce. “This partnership underscores our collective dedication to fostering a thriving culinary scene while providing crucial support to our beloved local eateries."

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Restaurant Month celebrates the rich tapestry of dining options in Murrieta, Wildomar, and beyond. In a time when supporting local businesses is paramount, this event highlights the resilience and creativity of our restaurant community. “We are happy to be celebrating Restaurant Month with the Chamber. It gives the City a chance to showcase our distinctive boutique establishments, which offer enticing and unique menus. It also gives residents and visitors a peek into the exceptional dining experience we have here in Murrieta,” shared Scott Agajanian, City of Murrieta's Economic Development Director.

With restaurants serving as vital pillars of our local economy, the significance of their contributions cannot be overstated. In Riverside County alone, the Food Service Industry accounts for 7% of all businesses and employs 10% of the labor force.

Diners are invited to participate in Restaurant Month by checking in at each participating venue using the Murrieta, Wildomar, and More Restaurant Month pass, available for free signup at https://bit.ly/DineLocalSWRC. Patrons can effortlessly access their digital passport, collecting unique pin codes at each location visited. Prizes include individual restaurant gift cards valued at approximately $25, with a grand prize collection of gift cards exceeding $200. Diners who check in at least ten designated locations will qualify for the grand prize. Winners will be contacted by the Chamber and announced on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

The participating restaurants are:

For more information on Restaurant Month, please contact us at nadine@mwcoc.org.

Media Contact: Nadine Kotob, Communications Manager, Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber

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About Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce

The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce is a catalyst for business growth, a convener of leaders and influencers who make things happen, and champion for a stronger community. As Southwest Riverside County’s premier business organization, the Chamber takes economic development and legislative advocacy seriously and represents over 25,000 jobs in our region. The Chamber’s mission is to champion, engage & promote a dynamic & fun business community in Southwest Riverside County. www.mwcoc.org

About Explore Murrieta

One of Southern California’s best-kept-secrets, Murrieta is a regional gem inlaid in the expanse between Los Angeles and San Diego. Replete with fashionable dining options, sweeping vineyards, unique outdoor experiences, and bluebird skies year-round, this California community is an attractive and affordable locale for the discerning traveler in search of a unique California getaway. Visitors and media can learn more by visiting https://exploremurrieta.com .

Where To See Santa In Murrieta This Christmas Season: 2023

MURRIETA, CA — Visits and pictures with Santa are treasured traditions for many Southwest Riverside County families. There's nothing quite like seeing jolly old St. Nick live and in person, and Patch has rounded up some of the best places to see him and snap photos.Santa will make special appearances across Riverside County through Christmas Eve.In Murrieta, the city and Dunkin Donuts are hosting "Donuts with Santa" from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 2 at Town Square Park. Admission is one non-perisha...

MURRIETA, CA — Visits and pictures with Santa are treasured traditions for many Southwest Riverside County families. There's nothing quite like seeing jolly old St. Nick live and in person, and Patch has rounded up some of the best places to see him and snap photos.

Santa will make special appearances across Riverside County through Christmas Eve.

In Murrieta, the city and Dunkin Donuts are hosting "Donuts with Santa" from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 2 at Town Square Park. Admission is one non-perishable food item per child, and donuts will be handed out to the first 400 kids who arrive.

In Temecula, kids have several chances to spy on the big man in action but get into the true holiday spirit with Santa's Electric Light Parade, planned for 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, along Jefferson Avenue and Del Rio Road.

"We are making spirits bright at the annual Santa's Electric Light Parade! The parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp at the intersection of Jefferson Ave. Del Rio Road," a city spokesperson said. "Be sure to bring your blankets and chairs as you watch the entries travel south along the parade route into Old Town Temecula." Santa Claus is always there to wave to the kiddos at the end of the parade!

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Temecula's Promenade Mall, located at 40820 Winchester Road, is among the places to spot him. Reservations are recommended for a magical visit through Christmas Eve, and remember, Santa will see multiple families during your 15-minute reservation window. Check the website for details.

In Lake Elsinore, Winterfest is best for getting into the holiday spirit. Held from 3 to 8 p.m. on Historic Main Street on Dec. 2, this annual tradition will surely fill your family with holiday joy. Take Photos with Santa (Gediman Square) from 3 to 5 p.m. before the parade and from 7 to 8 p.m. afterward.

In Wildomar, a Breakfast with Santa is planned from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Dec. 9 at the Marna O'Brien Park. Santa will be there for photos and a chance to have the littles share their Christmas wishes. Breakfast includes pancakes, donuts, sausage, and coffee.

Santa will also appear at Dos Lagos Mall, 2780 Cabot Drive Suite 140 in Corona, from Dec. 2 through Christmas Eve. Tickets and reservations are suggested. Note: you must ride the train to take photos with Santa. Check the website for the most up-to-date information.

You can also find Santa at the Santa Photo Experience at Ontario Mills through Dec. 24 at One Mills Circle, Ontario. Note: multiple families will visit Santa during each 15-minute reservation window. Advanced reservations, available on this website, are recommended.

Further north, find Santa at Cherry Valley's 123 Farm, open from 5 to 10 p.m., Dec. 1-3, 8-10, and 15-23. Advanced tickets, available for $10 per person, are recommended. The farm is located at 10600 Highland Spring Avenue in Cherry Valley. Memberships are available, and the farm is open to the public during the festivals. Christmas Nights at 123 Farm feature festive food and drinks, tractor wagon rides*, s'mores pits* and Santa* with a display of over one million lights." Visit Santa's Workshop for free photos. Available on select days from 5–10 p.m.*, rain or shine. On certain Fridays, Santa will start at 5:30 p.m. Check the website for the most current information.

To the east, Santa will appear at The Shops At Palm Desert through Dec. 23, located at 72840 CA-111, Palm Desert. Special advanced reservations are recommended for photos with Santa. Dates are also available for Breakfast with Santa and Storytime With Santa. See the website for all the details, including having your pet pose with the big red elf himself!

Also, if you time your visit right, you can see Santa Claus while riding the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Visitors can expect holiday festivities throughout December, such as a tree-lighting event, events with Santa Claus, and choir performances.

Across the country and in San Bernardino, Santa has made scheduled arrivals at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's Santa's Wonderland and will hold court through Christmas Eve. Reservations are encouraged.

Santa will also be at Macy's flagship stores in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Orlando.

Where is your favorite spot to see Santa?

If you have a photo of the big man with your littles that you would like to share, be sure to let us know! Email your Patch Editor with a little message of holiday memories for a chance to have your family photo featured on Patch.

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