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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.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Victorvilley, CA, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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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 Victorvilley, 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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California city warns of data breach after ransomware attack claims

A city in California warned residents this week that their data was accessed by hackers who were in government systems for more than a month.Officials in Victorville — a city of about 135,000 residents two hours northeast from Los Angeles — sent out breach notification letters to people warning that hackers were in their systems from August 12 to September 26.“We reviewed the files that were ...

A city in California warned residents this week that their data was accessed by hackers who were in government systems for more than a month.

Officials in Victorville — a city of about 135,000 residents two hours northeast from Los Angeles — sent out breach notification letters to people warning that hackers were in their systems from August 12 to September 26.

“We reviewed the files that were accessed and determined that one or more file(s) contained your name and one or more of the following: Social Security number; driver’s license number or state identification card number; medical information, and health insurance policy number,” the city said.

They are offering victims one year of identity protection services. City officials did not respond to requests for comment about the specifics of the incident, but on September 25, they wrote on Facebook that they were dealing with outages affecting phone and website systems.

“This impacts our online bill pay site and online form submittals. No late fees or utility shutoffs will be assessed while the system is down. We apologize for the inconvenience as we work to resolve these issues. If you need assistance, we have set up a number of temporary service lines to receive all inquiries,” they said, urging city residents to pay bills in person if possible.

The city said it was able to restore phone and website services on October 3 but that web-based systems were still not functioning. They never provided another update on the situation.

On Tuesday, the NoEscape ransomware gang added the city to its list of victims, claiming it stole 200GB of data from government systems.

Victorville is located in San Bernardino County, which dealt with its own ransomware attack in April.

The city of #Victorville (@cityofvv) in #California, , has been reportedly #hacked by #NoEscape #ransomware group... pic.twitter.com/uydUB5vtZD

— BetterCyber (@_bettercyber_) October 24, 2023

The attack on Victorville is the latest in a spate of attacks targeting cities across California this year. Oakland, San Francisco, El Cerrito, Modesto and Hayward have all dealt with devastating ransomware attacks that limited government services for weeks and caused a range of issues for local residents.

The NoEscape ransomware gang emerged in May and has pulled off a series of high-profile attacks on prominent institutions. Last month the group attacked the organization tasked with managing the lake and river systems along the border between the U.S. and Canada.

NoEscape hackers have taken credit for attacks on Germany’s bar association and Hawaiʻi Community College as well as Australian companies, a hospital in Belgium, a manufacturing company in the US and another manufacturing company in the Netherlands.

Victorville’s Southern California Logistics Rail Authority derailed

Plans to build an intermodal logistics facility in Victorville were derailed on Tuesday when city council members dissolved a longstanding agreement to develop the Southern California Logistics Rail Authority.Approved by the council in 2007, the project initially included a memorandum of understanding with the BNSF Railway Co. to explore the development of an intermodal logistics facility at Southern California Logistics Airport.City staff explained that the termination of the agreement stems from economic condit...

Plans to build an intermodal logistics facility in Victorville were derailed on Tuesday when city council members dissolved a longstanding agreement to develop the Southern California Logistics Rail Authority.

Approved by the council in 2007, the project initially included a memorandum of understanding with the BNSF Railway Co. to explore the development of an intermodal logistics facility at Southern California Logistics Airport.

City staff explained that the termination of the agreement stems from economic conditions and the recent announcement by BNSF Railways of its intention to build an intermodal rail facility in Barstow.

“It has become apparent that there is no longer a need or justification to build rail facilities adjacent to Southern California Logistics Airport,” according to the city.

Barstow rail project

The Barstow International Gateway will be an estimated 4,500-acre new integrated rail facility on the west side of Barstow, BNSF officials said.

The $1.5 billion facility will consist of a rail yard, intermodal facility, and warehouses for transloading freight from international containers to domestic containers.

The rail facility will allow the direct transfer of containers from ships at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to trains for transport through the Alameda Corridor onto the BNSF mainline up to Barstow.

The expected date of completion has yet to be announced by BNSF, which states that the project will span about 4,500 acres on the west side of Barstow with a new "rail yard, intermodal facility and warehouses for transloading freight from international containers to domestic containers.”

The company also predicts the project will create 20,000 "direct and indirect jobs," though it's unclear how many of these jobs will be in Barstow versus those at the two cargo-receiving hubs connected to the ports.

SCLA project

The Memorandum of Understanding with BNSF and the city included negotiations to explore the development of an intermodal rail facility at the 8,500-acre SCLA.

The proposed intermodal facility was designed to be a major component of a proposed 3,500-acre rail complex at the airport.

Plans also called for 20 million square-feet of manufacturing and distribution uses within the proposed rail facility.

“This MOU with BNSF is a major milestone in our effort to convert an abandoned Air Force base into a vital, thriving industry,” said former Victorville Mayor Terry Caldwell in 2007.

In 2001, the city/the SCLA Authority and the Former Victorville Redevelopment Agency entered into a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement to form the SCLRA. Since its establishment, the SCLRA has been essentially dormant.

Daily Press reporter Rene Ray De La Cruz may be reached at 760-951-6227 or RDeLaCruz@VVDailyPress.com. Follow him on Twitter @DP_ReneDeLaCruz

The Cost of Living Diaries: Victorville, CA

Get the inside scoop on what it's like to be a local in the Victor Valley.Welcome to The Cost of Living Diaries. How much does it cost to live in Victorville, California? What’s it like to own a business here? Keep reading because we asked a local to tell us all about the cost of living in Victorville and the Victor Valley....

Get the inside scoop on what it's like to be a local in the Victor Valley.

Welcome to The Cost of Living Diaries. How much does it cost to live in Victorville, California? What’s it like to own a business here? Keep reading because we asked a local to tell us all about the cost of living in Victorville and the Victor Valley.

Located in the High Desert region of Southern California is the “oh, so appealing” Victor Valley region, an area made up of the thriving cities of Victorville, Apple Valley, Adelanto and Hesperia.

While known for its beautiful mountain vistas, sunny days and breathtaking night skies, the region also boasts excellent cuisine and retail options, great jobs, friendly, affordable neighborhoods and outdoor recreation that can’t be beat.

Sharon Wallace, who grew up in Illinois, moved to the area with her husband in 1998. They later spent about three years in Illinois, where she started her business, Sharon Wallace Photography. Eleven years ago, they moved back to Victorville – and she brought her business with her, focusing on glamour, headshots/personal branding and senior photography.

Sharon WallaceBusiness owner

Why did you decide to move back to Victorville?Following my husband’s job. We’ve moved around a little bit. He’s an electrical engineer. We came back to our same house, our same location. We liked that area, and we always intended on going back.

How would you describe Victorville?If you ask people, they’ll say it’s a commuter town, so a lot of people who live there commute to work, although there are obviously people who come and start businesses. It’s a rapidly growing community. There’s always an influx of new people, and it’s very diverse, both in ethnicity and in restaurants, activities, everything you can do. If you’re in Victorville compared to other areas of the country, you have access to everything, like your big chain restaurants or shopping. You have those sorts of things, and you also have the mom-and-pop places and all of the diversity that comes with that.

What do you love about living in Victorville?I love the activities and things. Living in the desert, you have access to riding motorcycles. We have a Jeep, so we go out in our Jeep in the desert, and other people do their quads, so you have that desert activity – the camping and that sort of thing, hiking. There’s a new bike trail that you can ride on.

What’s something unique about the area?It’s diverse in age group. There are lots of senior living places and lots of communities in the surrounding area that are geared toward senior living … as well as new and up-and-coming people who might be currently commuting, but they are raising their families here.

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10 Fun Things to Do in the Victor Valley

If you’re a newcomer or visitor to Victorville, California, be sure to put these 10 great activities on your local bucket list.

What’s it like to run a business in Victorville?All the businesses in the communities sort of join together, and they support each other, so it’s like “let’s support local shopping” and that kind of thing. That’s been an incredibly positive experience. I really like that.

What is housing like in the area?The housing is very affordable. You can buy so much more in the High Desert compared to what you can buy down the hill (Los Angeles, Inland Empire, etc.) And there’s new housing coming up all the time.

What’s your favorite restaurant, and how much would dinner and drinks cost for two?The restaurant that we really like to go to is Mama Carpino’s in Apple Valley. It’s a little Italian place, a mom-and-pop place, and it’s been growing over the years, too. We really enjoy going there. I would say it would be under $100 for a nice meal and drinks.

What’s your favorite coffee shop, and how much is your go-to drink?Near me, I like The Grind (Coffee House). It’s a local mom-and-pop place. There’s indoor and outdoor seating. They are always playing music. It’s a nice little coffeehouse vibe. They do have food choices. I’ll meet my clients there and sit outside and show them their portfolio of their pictures. I’m not much for flavorings, so I just get either an espresso or a latte, but they have a big variety of lemonades, too. You can get a nice large coffee or lemonade for around $5.

Get to Know the Victor Valley

Want to learn more about living and working in Victorville, CA, and the Victor Valley? Check out the latest edition of Livability Victor Valley Economic Development.

San Bernardino County Fair 2023: Victorville

San Bernardino County FairSaturday-Monday, May 27-29 & Friday-Sunday, June 2-4, 2023 - Gates open 2 p.m.San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th St., Victorville, CAFrom ...

San Bernardino County Fair

Saturday-Monday, May 27-29 & Friday-Sunday, June 2-4, 2023 - Gates open 2 p.m.

San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th St., Victorville, CA

From San Bernardino County Fair:

"For 76 years the SBC Fair has provided 'A Place Where Everyone Comes Together.'

"The San Bernardino County Fair is THE destination in the High Desert for fun. Concerts, carnival rides, food, games, animals, exhibits and more!

"The Fair provides a diverse entertainment offering for everyone at an affordable price.

"Big name concerts, monster trucks, destruction derby, amazing stage show, strolling comedians, clowns, jugglers, live bands, and exotic animals; no other place offers the amount and variety of entertainment match as what is offered at your local Fair.

"The 2023 San Bernardino County Fair is no exception and is bringing back family favorites, as well as many new attractions that will entertain you and your family for hours!

"Carnival: Fair time means Fun and if you enjoy high speeds and thrills, nothing is more fun than the carnival... Hosted by one of the best companies in the industry, Helm and Sons Amusements, the variety of attractions at the Fair is not to be missed!

"Not a fan of speed and thrills? You will not want to miss the dazzling display of colors and lights on one of the first midways in the country to utilize 100 percent LED lighting.

"Livestock and Agriculture: The SBC Fair livestock show is an annual showcase of the very best of the best, with exhibitors from throughout San Bernardino County. With Steer, Dairy Cattle, Goats, Sheep, Hogs, Poultry and Small animal exhibits presented by 4H, FFA, and independent exhibitors. CLICK HERE for more info

"May 27-29 & June 2-4, 2023; See you soon!"

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Still time to view poppy, wildflowers in the Victor Valley and Southern California

A wet winter helped produce a healthy crop of California poppies across portions of Southern California, including some areas of the Victor Valley.While commuters flock to see the super bloom at the popular Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, retired Apple Valley Fire Chief Sid Hutquist said wildflowers are on full display in Apple Valley and Hesperia.“Fields of flowers can be seen in the Marianas in Apple Valley and near Hesperia Lake Park,” Hultquist said. “The golden hour to view them i...

A wet winter helped produce a healthy crop of California poppies across portions of Southern California, including some areas of the Victor Valley.

While commuters flock to see the super bloom at the popular Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, retired Apple Valley Fire Chief Sid Hutquist said wildflowers are on full display in Apple Valley and Hesperia.

“Fields of flowers can be seen in the Marianas in Apple Valley and near Hesperia Lake Park,” Hultquist said. “The golden hour to view them is now before it gets hot and they start to die off.”

The wildflower season throughout the state generally lasts from early April through mid-May, according to the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

In Hesperia, fields of poppies can be seen along the west side of Arrowhead Lake Road, south of Hesperia Lake Park and just before the Joshua Inn Bar, he said. The flowers are on a nearly 30-acre plot near the power lines, Hultquist said.

In Apple Valley, fields of yellow and purple flowers are located east of Central Road and between Ocotillo Road and Tussing Ranch Road.

Hultquist encouraged visitors to bring a camera, stay off private property, not litter, avoid damaging flowers and not disturb wildlife.

On one off-road excursion to see flowers, Hultiquist traversed a few bumpy roads while his wife, Debi, and his “very pregnant” daughter held on.

“Two days later, my daughter, who was nine months pregnant, went into labor,” Hultquist chuckled. “You know, they blamed me.”

The flower expeditions are a yearly tradition for Hulquist, his wife, children and grandchildren, he said.

Next on the blooming schedule is the beavertail cactus, Hultquist said. The smaller prickly pear cactus is mostly found in the Mojave and Colorado deserts and northwest Mexico.

The magenta flowers of the beavertail bloom from May to July, according to the California Native Plant Society.

Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve

Over the weekend, several Victor Valley residents visited the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve, located about 15 miles west of Highway 14 near Lancaster. The poppy reserve includes 8 miles of walking trails through gentle rolling hills and a paved section for wheelchair access.

Benches are located along the trails to sit and view the flowers and wildlife such as meadowlarks, lizards, snakes, coyotes and bobcats.

Numerous burrows around the trails may shelter mice, gophers, kangaroo rats, beetles, scorpions and other creatures.

“We had the best time looking at all the colorful flowers,” said Victorville resident Rita Arthur, 60, who visited the reserve with her daughter and two grandchildren. “My grandkids said the flower fields looked like something out of a cartoon or video game.”

Arthur said her grandchildren didn’t understand when she mentioned the movie classic The Wizard of Oz, and the scene where the Wicked Witch of the West used poppies to make Dorothy, Toto and the Cowardly Lion fall asleep.

"I'll have to talk to my daughter about that," Arthur said.

Donna Drover said she and her boyfriend, Russ, tried to visit the poppy reserve.

“There were so many people trying to get into the reserve that we stayed outside,” said Drover, who lives in Hesperia. “However, what we saw from the roadway was absolutely phenomenal. It was a sea of orange, purple, yellow and blue.”

Drover said the couple also took a few back roads, where they came across more wildflowers.

“It was so cool to see everybody taking photos and just enjoying the day," Drover said. “If people go, I suggest they wear comfortable walking shoes that aren’t white.”

The poppy became California's state flower in 1903.

Wildflower viewing in San Bernardino County

Wildflower viewing areas in California

Daily Press reporter Rene Ray De La Cruz may be reached at 760-951-6227 or RDeLaCruz@VVDailyPress.com. Follow him on Twitter @DP_ReneDeLaCruz

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