Winchester Community Plan Workshop #4
will be held at our next Municipal Advisory Council Meeting,
Thursday, October 11th, 2018 at 6.30 p.m.
An introduction and history of the Winchester Community Planning process
is detailed on our "Of Special Interest" page. There is also a link to the official
Riverside County Planning Department's website for additional information.
The agenda is available to download from our "Agendas & Minutes Page".
The meeting is at the Francis Domenigoni Community Center, 32665 Haddock St., Winchester, CA 92596. Additional information including a map will be found on our "Meeting Information" page.
All meetings are open to the public.
We generally have speakers representing Supervisor Washington's office, Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez' office, Senator Jeff Stone, Code Enforcement, the Sheriff's Department, EMWD and others addressing items of local and regional issues in attendance. We also give continuing updates and information presented about several projects within the boundaries of our MAC area. Please see the agenda for details.
Riverside County Mobile App from Department of Waste Resources
A MUST SEE on our "Of Special Interest" page.
Updated information on the Riverside County - Winchester Community Plan is detailed on our
"Of Special Interest Page"
We have added a permanent link to Riverside County Code Enforcement bi-monthly newsletter
"The Posting". It can be found at the top of our "Resources" page.
Information provided by the Riverside County Transportation Commission regarding the final routing and realignment of Highway 79 and a copy of the power point presentation in pdf format, a link to the completed and approved Environmental Impact Report and contact information regarding property acquisitions
is on our "Resources" page.
The mission of the Winchester-Homeland Municipal Advisory Council is to advise the county on matters including, but not limited to, public health, safety, welfare, public works and planning which affect Winchester, Homeland and surrounding areas and to assist with creative problem solving, with the goal of growing into a model city. We highly encourage residents within MAC boundaries to participate with us in our mutual future. To view a detailed map of our MAC boundaries, click here: WHMAC Map.
The Advisory Council is composed of five members, currently, Andy Domenigoni, James Horecka, Dirk Meredith, Jim Sheldrake and Jeff Logan. Upon the MAC's formation in 2010, Advisory Council Members were appointed by our then, third District Supervisor Jeff Stone and subsequent appointments by our current District Supervisor, Mr. Chuck Washington, all with the approval of the County of Riverside Board of Supervisors.
The unincorporated areas of Homeland, Green Acres and a portion of Romoland was officially included in the MAC boundaries in March, 2013 and the MAC renamed Winchester/Homeland Municipal Advisory Council. The boundaries cover a territory of more than 35 square miles, roughly the size of Temecula. It's boundary's lie to an area north of Highway 74; Briggs Road, or Menifee's city limits, on the west; Scott Road on the south; and California Avenue on the east. A link to a detailed map of our area is at the end of the first paragraph at the top of this page. Winchester is one of Riverside County's oldest towns, one with a rich history punctuated by more-than-century-old structures such as a school, church and museum. It is a rural agricultural community with a town of about 2,000 residents. The addition of Homeland, Green Acres and portions of Romoland bring an additional 3000 residents within our Advisory Council boundaries.