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City of Adelanto 

November 2022 eNewsletter & Events

Shedding Light on
Adelanto's Economic Outlook:
The City of Adelanto is thrilled to welcome AES to our community! AES is developing and delivering clean energy solutions for communities across California. The industry leader recently broke ground on the Baldy Mesa Solar + Storage Project on a privately owned site north of El Mirage Road that will ultimately house 150 MW of solar and 75 MW of battery storage.

Amazon, the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy, announced earlier this year that they will purchase power from the Baldy Mesa project and other renewable energy projects to help meet their pledge of powering their operations with 100% renewable energy by 2025, which is expected to be met five years earlier than promised. To learn more about Amazon’s sustainability efforts, visit their website at

Here in Adelanto, this not only means a step towards a cleaner environment and a boost in the local economy, but also ensures more green jobs for our residents. Mayor Gabriel Reyes and the City Council are committed to a proactive approach to industry growth and changes, and we're getting ahead of the pack with this recent development!

To learn more about the Baldy Mesa project, please visit the project website at
Community Cleanup Event
The Adelanto Code Enforcement Department and Public Works team worked together to pull off another amazing event last month in conjunction with Burrtec Waste: the Community Cleanup on October 22nd.

Thanks to the participation of Adelanto's citizens, the city's staff was able to remove a significant amount of debris from our properties and streets. Nearly 225 vehicles came through that day, allowing Burrtec to clear out 2 roll-offs of tires, 3 roll-offs of metal, 10 dumpster trucks, and 12 pallets of electronic waste! To put it in perspective, each roll-off is 24 feet x 8 feet x 8 feet and pallets are 4 feet x 4 feet x 4 feet.

The success of these events is completely dependent upon the participation of our community residents. Fortunately, Adelanto's citizens stepped up with many individuals volunteering their time to pick up trash from roads, collect tires, and bring in household garbage. 

The City of Adelanto is looking forward to organizing another Community Cleanup early next year. For more information, please visit the Code Compliance website at or call (760) 246-2300.
Infrastructure Improvement
Did you know that there are several ways the City of Adelanto can help keep your roads smooth and safe? Potholes and minor cracks are considered normal "wear and tear" when it comes to paved roads, especially here in the desert where extreme temperatures expand and contract the materials that go into the asphalt.

The Adelanto Public Works Department and our engineering team evaluate each report of damaged roadways and make expert decisions on how to best repair our roads. Sometimes, simply filling in a pothole or crack will do the trick. Other situations call for resealing when small sections of the road must be completely repaved. Finally, asphalt overlay or complete replacement is sometimes needed.

Recently, the Adelanto Public Works Department partnered with Hillcrest Inc. to conduct major restoration repairs at the intersection of Mojave Drive and Bellflower Street. The crews are working hard to keep everyone as safe as possible throughout the process and maintain a smooth traffic flow. Our team is cognizant of prime commuting hours and nearby school schedules, and we make every effort to keep traffic moving during peak traffic times.

This project is progressing quickly! After the repaving is complete, crews must wait one full week before painting in order to ensure the lines stay easily visible for as long as possible. 

As crews near the finish line on this project, they've already got their eyes set on other road repair projects throughout the city. Whether it is filling in a pothole or repaving an entire intersection, the City of Adelanto's team is ready and willing to help.

Remember, it all starts with you, the citizens of Adelanto! If you see a city road in need of repair, please reach out to us so we can address your concerns. For more information, please visit the Street Department's website at or call the Public Works Department at 760-246-2300, ext. 3075.
Community Development
The City of Adelanto is in the beginning stages of developing a local cannabis equity program designed to remove barriers to entry into the legal cannabis industry for individuals and communities that have been impacted by cannabis prohibition and the War on Drugs. Earlier this year, the City was awarded grant funding from the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) through the Cannabis Equity Grants Program for Local Jurisdictions to conduct a cannabis equity assessment. The purpose of the cannabis equity assessment is to understand how cannabis criminalization has impacted communities in Adelanto and to develop recommendations and policies to inform the development and implementation of the City's cannabis equity program.
The City, in partnership with SCI Consulting Group, will be hosting several community meetings, stakeholder interviews, and surveys to gather information and data from the community to inform the equity assessment. The public is encouraged to attend public/community meetings and complete the online survey to provide input regarding the City’s equity program. The community survey is available at the following link: City of Adelanto Cannabis Equity Survey
To stay current on news and updates regarding the development of the City’s equity program sign-up for email updates using the following link: Email Updates

 City Water 

The City of Adelanto remains committed to delivering quality water to its residents and business owners. Given our city growth and resident comments, Mayor Gabriel Reyes and the City Council have requested that City Management examine options to improve our municipal water systems. The City’s website was recently updated with more information on our facilities and processes in English and Spanish: . Additionally, if you experience any issues or have concerns, we encourage you to fill out this form to request we test your water.
Upcoming City Events


Free Microchip to the first 10 Adelanto Residents! The City of Adelanto, Barstow Humane Society, and Dr. Thomas Pierce are proud to offer Adelanto Residents an opportunity to vaccinate and obtain licenses for their furry friends at reasonable prices. Pet owners will also be able to have their animals microchiped on the same day. 

*** Cash Only and Photo ID Required*** 

Adelanto Dog License Fee: $33.00
All Other Animals: $15.00

Rabies Vaccine: $8.00
Bordetella Vaccine: $8.00
DHPP Vaccine: $17.00
Rabies Combo (Rabies+DHPP): $22.00
Combo Plus (Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella: $30.00

Saturday, November 5th 

Location: Adelanto City Hall
11600 Air Express Way, Adelanto, CA 92311

For more information, please call the City of Adelanto at 760-246-2300 ext.13077 or visit


The City of Adelanto invites all residents to attend a workshop where City staff will summarize what a Housing Element Update is, how the process works, and how you can participate in the Housing Element Update. 

All residents are encouraged to participate in the City's Housing Needs Survey!

Date: Wednesday, November 16th
Time: 6pm

Location: Adelanto City Hall, Council Chambers
11600 Air Express Way, Adelanto, CA 92311

For more information, please contact the Adelanto Planning Division at (760) 246-2300, ext. 11189 or visit

Santa Claus is coming to town at the Adelanto City Hall! Come out and enjoy Christmas carols, refreshments, and a whole lot of festive spirit! Ring in the season with your fellow community members and celebrate the season at this FREE family-friendly annual event.

Date: Thursday, December 1st

Location: Adelanto City Hall
11600 Air Express Way, Adelanto, CA 92311

For more information, please call Virginia Cervantes at (760) 246-2300, ext 11124 or send an email to

The Adelanto City Council and City staff invite everyone to our Annual Christmas Parade! As in years past, the parade will feature marching bands, Santa Claus, and dozens of community entries. 

Date: Saturday, December 10th
Parade will begin at 10am

Location: Parade starts at the corner of Seneca Road & Aster Road, proceeds east on Seneca, and ends at Desert Trails Elementary School on Bellflower Street

For questions, sponsorship opportunities, or information on how to submit a participation entry, please call Virginia Cervantes at (760) 246-2300, ext 11124 or send an email to

Adelanto Plaza & Event Center
Check out the Adelanto Stadium’s Facebook page for updates on events!