Past Events

Come out with your family to share the love of books, storytelling and family fun. This event is in partnership with Councilmember Jim Perry and the Spanish Town Heritage Foundation.

Saturday, October 13

9 – 11 a.m.

Bryant Park
7950 Philbin Ave.
Riverside

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Get the facts on ADA compliance.


In partnership with Senator Richard D. Roth and state and local agencies, my office is hosting a FREE workshop to learn more about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance requirements, and the various programs and services that are available to help business owners improve accessibility.

Monday, October 1
9 – 10:30 a.m.

Rubidoux Youth Opportunity Center
5656 Mission Blvd.
Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

Spanish interpretation will be available.

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For more information, please contact my office at (951) 371-6860.

If you require any accommodations, please submit a request to the Senate ADA Coordinator at ADA.Coordinator@sen.ca.gov.

September is Disaster Preparedness Month

Wildfires continue to ravage the State of California, and while we cannot control the weather or drought conditions, there is much we can do to prevent fires and other natural disasters from doing harm.

My office, along with the CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department and local organizations, will provide helpful tips and information so that you and your family are prepared if the unthinkable happens.

Join us to learn about what to do if disaster strikes and find out about the state resources available to you!

Saturday, September 1
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Patriot High School Auditorium
4355 Camino Real
Jurupa Valley

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For more information, please contact my office at (951) 371-6860.

National Night Out

National Night Out is August 7. In our community, my office will join law enforcement agencies, your fellow neighbors, and the cities throughout the 60th Assembly District to participate in our community’s National Night Out festivities.

Sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW), National Night Out is a joint community/police program that provides information, educational materials and technical assistance to community groups to help develop an effective year-long partnership between the community and local law enforcement.  The goal is to reduce crime, violence and substance abuse at the community level.

On August 7, millions of Americans from coast to coast will meet together in their neighborhoods to get involved in the fight against crime. National Night Out helps create crime prevention awareness in the neighborhood through a multitude of events, such as block parties, cookouts, parades, contests, youth events and seminars.

Together, we can reduce crime in our neighborhoods. I invite you to join me and my team in attending some of the festivities taking place in our communities!

Tuesday, August 7

Corona

Jefferson Elementary School
1040 S. Vicentia Avenue
4 – 7 pm

Zone Office
577 N. McKinley Street
4 – 7 pm

Albertson’s Parking Lot
1260 E. Ontario Avenue
4 – 7 pm

Ralphs Parking Lot
2661 Green River Road
4 – 7 pm

Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, and Norco

Target
12471 Limonite Avenue
Eastvale
6 – 9 pm

Riverside

Ainsley Avenue
(Block Party)
6 – 8 pm

Camp Anza
5797 Picker Street
5 – 8 pm

La Sierra Park
215 La Sierra Avenue
6 – 9 pm

Meridian Gardens
10849 Arlington
6 – 8 pm

Private Residence
10941 Cochran Ave
6:30 – 8:30 PM