(Hesperia)–The City of Hesperia has released its State of the City update, which outlines the accomplishments of the last year and looks ahead at the milestones yet to come.
As in years past they have created a video presentation for the State of the City update, featuring the mayor and the city council. It is important to note that this year’s presentation cost less than $100 to produce, with the entire project completed using in house staff, equipment and supplies.
The update highlights several areas that the city is working on: focusing on infrastructure; keeping government accessible; to remain a business friendly city; and to support the success of the community.
The video presented updates on projects such as the Ranchero Underpass, the Ranchero Interchange, the rebuilding of Fire Station 301, and the construction of Hesperia Cinema 12. Projects that are coming up are the High Desert Gateway Center 2, the newly renovated Stater Bros Market that will be the largest one in the Inland Empire when complete, and the construction of a new water recycling facility will preserve 2 million gallons of fresh water each day.
In the update the council said that Hesperia is growing and transforming into a logistics hot spot, and that they are working to attract business to the area, that will bring new jobs and create a self sustaining local economy.
To view the State of the City update visit the City of Hesperia website at: http://www.cityofhesperia.us/