Before you can take advantage of the Internet, you will need to get access. There are several ways the City of Moreno Valley is trying to make it easy to access the Internet. The map and list below indicate locations of free, public WiFi throughout the City. Look for the WiFi Garden signs and the ILoveMoVal network.

WiFi Garden Locations

Free Public WiFi is available at the locations marked on the map.  Click on the map to see a searchable, interactive map. Below is a listing of locations in the City where free, public WiFi is available through the City’s WiFi Garden project.

Animal Shelter 14041 Elsworth St
Animal Shelter (outside) 14041 Elsworth St
Annex 14331 Frederick St.
City Hall 14177 Frederick St.
City Hall (outside) 14177 Frederick St.
City Yard 25180 Santiago
City Yard (west entrance) 15670 Perris Blvd.
Cottonwood Golf Center 13671 Frederick St.
Cottonwood Golf Center (outside) 13671 Frederick St.
CRC 14075 Frederick St.
(Ballroom SE patio)
14075 Frederick St.
(Community Garden area)
14075 Frederick St.
EOC 22870 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos
ERC 12625 Frederick St.
Library – Iris Plaza 16170 Perris Blvd.
Library – Iris Plaza
(outside parking lot)
16170 Perris Blvd.
Library – Main 25480 Alessandro Blvd.
Library – Main
(outside parking lot)
25480 Alessandro Blvd.
Library – Mall 22500 Town Circle, #2078
Senior Center 25075 Fir Ave.
Senior Center (SE Patio) 25075 Fir Ave.
Shadow Mountain Park 23239 Presidio Hills Drive
Towngate Memorial Park 13051 Elsworth St


Here is a listing of locations in the City where public computers are available for free use.

Employment Resource Center 14331 Frederick St.
Library – Main 25480 Alessandro Blvd.
Library – Mall 22500 Town Circle, #2078
Library – Iris Plaza      16170 Perris Blvd, Suite C-3
Senior Center 25075 Fir Ave.


The Moreno Valley Public Library system has over 150 WiFi hotspots for its patrons.  Hotspots allow up to eight devices to share an Internet connection and will provide unlimited bandwidth for the month.  Hotspots can be checked out for one month, then they must be returned.

Hotspot devices can be checked out only from the Mall Branch of the Library. Check availability online because these devices often have a waiting list.

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Low Income Discounts from AT&T and Spectrum

Broadband providers that serve Southern California offer low-income households monthly discounts of up to $50 on qualifying internet plans. The discounts are made possible through the providers’ participation in the Federal Communications Commission’s $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, which is aimed at closing the digital divide.

To be eligible for discounts through any of the providers, a member of the household must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Income at or below 135% of federal poverty guidelines
  • Participate in assistance programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Medicaid or Lifeline
  • Approved to receive benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program or school breakfast program
  • Received a federal Pell grant during the current award year
  • Experienced a significant loss of income due to a job loss or furlough since Feb. 29, 2020, with a 2020 total household income at or below $99,000 for single filers and $198,000 for joint filers
  • Meets eligibility criteria for a participating provider’s existing low-income or COVID-19 program

If you are not a current Spectrum customer, visit the Get Qualified page or call 1.855.662.9946. Current Spectrum customers can visit Broadband Benefit page to learn more.

AT&T customers can visit the EBB help page for information on its discount.


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