Imperial Moving Forward..

As you drive around the streets of Imperial you will notice many sites and projects under construction; commercial, residential and recreational.  It's a sign that the City of Imperial is once again moving forward in development.

Growth. Potential. Success

2014 Annual Water Quality Report

Our Mission Continues

We are proud to present once again our annual water quality report covering all testing performed between January 1 and December 31, 2014. Most notably, last year marked the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This rule was created to protect public health by regulating the nation’s drinking water supply.

We celebrate this milestone as we continue to manage our water system with a mission to deliver the best quality drinking water. By striving to meet the requirements of SDWA, we are ensuring a future of healthy, clean drinking water for years to come.

Imperial County Transportation Commission

Imperial County Transportation Commission and the Southern California Association of Governments are sponsoring the development of a countywide Safe Routes to School Regional Master Plan. The Master Plan will identify infrastructure improvements, programs and funding sources for projects that support students walking and bicycling to school. In addition to increased safety, expected results include increased mobility, improved air quality, and health and academic performance for Imperial County’s students.

City of Imperial - A Place to Call Home

In an annual list compiled by The SafeWise Report, the City of Imperial was ranked #2 on the 50 Safest Cities in California for 2015 due to its commitment to the safety and security of its residents.

Chosen following a strict protocol, candidate cities have a population of over 10,000 residents and were recently evaluated by the FBI Crime Report Data.

Equestrian Center Layout

The City of Imperial is proposing to annex and develop a 143-acre parcel at the southwest corner of Larson and La Brucheries Roads as a Regional Park and Equestrian Center. Recreational and commercial uses including the following: Equestrian Center (56.5 acres) with Recreational Vehicle Park (200 spaces); Olive Orchard and Mill (6.25 acres); Sportsplex Regional Park (22.98 acres); Open Space Parks (Park #1 = 9.5 acres, Park #2 = 5.27 acres, total = 14.77 acres); and Commercial Center (15,000 square feet retail space on 4.4 acres).