Loving Father & Husband

David Phillips born to Debra and Micheal Phillips grew up in the city of Rialto. David went to 4 diffrent high schools and finally landed at Eisenhower High in Rialto where he graduated in 1997.

David went to Chaffey JC for 2 semesters then decied to take a semester off. January 2000 David finally re-enrolled in school at SBVC where he decied to presue a degree in Child Development.

David was the VP of local CSEA Chapter 605 in Rancho Cucamonga where he fought against employee abuse and gave every unit member a voice.

After suffering the brunt of the economy in 2010 David was laid off due to budget cuts and was hired to put together and obtain a license for Calvary Chapel Rialto Pre School, and after 9 months of gruling work helped this pre school open for fall enrollment in 2010. David then was asked to hand the regins over to thier current director.

David now is a Niche Marketing professional. Currently advising companies in the areas of Private Security, Personal Protection, Community Policing, Event Planning, Consumer Advocacy, Published Authors, Arts and Non-Profit Organizations.

David ran (created April 20, 2009) Flores Park Neighborhood Watch a Neighborhood Watch group that spaned over 1 mile in radius. David also ran oversaw website www.RialtoNeighborhoodWatch.com, Face book site Flores Park Neighborhood Watch and wrote a blog RialtoNeighborhoodWatch@wordpress.com.

David Currently writes the blog for Rialto Now. This blog is used to bring the positive side of Rialto while keeping residents abreast of the going on’s in the community.

24 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Linda Hermansen
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 17:55:34

    David Phillips is devoted to making Rialto a Better Place. Thanks David for your concern, and always looking out for our neighborhood. We are appreciative.


  2. Ray Corral Jr
    Sep 23, 2011 @ 18:55:11

    Hello! My name is Ray Corral and I’m in charge of the Rialto Youth Soccer League (RYSL). We messaged a few weeks ago and you asked about a interview for the league. I can’t find that conversation now so that’s why I came here. I would like to talk more about this! Thanks, Ray.


  3. Ray Corral Jr
    Sep 23, 2011 @ 18:55:49

    Sorry, I run the RYSL Facebook, not the league! Lol


  4. Ray Corral Jr
    Sep 27, 2011 @ 06:58:04

    Ok thanks!


  5. Desiree
    Jul 16, 2013 @ 20:38:36

    Hello. My name is Desiree. I’m new to Rialto. We bought a home adjacent to the old golf course. There are a lot of people driving way above the speed limit. I was almost hit by a car last month. I fear for my children and I never let them play in the front… not even my 16-year-old. How can we get speed bumps and stop signs added to North Sycamore Avenue?


  6. Kyle Coo
    Jun 03, 2014 @ 02:27:14

    on your politics vote side, you say Paul Schrader is a LASD captain. He is a deputy. He never after 26 years has risen to anything higher. Thats saying something for sure.


  7. Jesus
    Mar 24, 2015 @ 21:27:54

    David, thank you for keeping the community informed. Like some of my fellow Rialto residents, I am unable to attend all council meetings due to work. I noticed affordable housing is up for discussion. I’m just curios as to how this type of housing helps our community. When I think affordable housing, I think of apartment type dwellings. I also read that they would like it to be multigenerational, not just senior housing. This will likely cause congestion in the area and difficulty finding parking. It looks like it is being proposed as transit friendly as the sites are all near the Rialto Metro station. What are your thoughts on affordable housing?


    • rialto-now
      Mar 24, 2015 @ 21:34:48

      Jesus thanks for the kid words. Affordable housing is a tricky issue because once you build it that project is there forever. Meaning if you tear it down you must rebuild it elsewhere in the city and you have to pay relocation costs also one of the developers gave $73,800 to one sitting councilmember for his election. Long story short Rialto has enough affordable housing.


  8. Jesus
    Mar 24, 2015 @ 21:46:31

    Thanks for the response. I feel the same way. Rialto does NOT need more housing. It seems like the city takes one step forward and three steps back! Hoping some of my fellow residents voice their opinions. Honestly, don’t know how much it matters. They do whatever they want to do anyway. I attended the meeting about the Lytle creek development. They almost didn’t let the people against the project speak. It was a done deal before anyone walked in. The suits sitting in the crown left as soon as the council failed to oppose the project.


  9. Jesus
    Mar 24, 2015 @ 21:48:09

    *affordable housing


  10. jay Lindberg
    Aug 22, 2015 @ 19:45:29

    Looks like I found another Drug War NAZI. If you do it right, promoting the drug war will make you a very rich man. Drug War Crime Tribunals will judge you in the end.


  11. Diana Araiza
    Aug 11, 2017 @ 15:30:35

    I need an email address to send you a lawsuit against Clifford young
    Diana Araiza


  12. Des
    Sep 29, 2017 @ 20:28:56

    Thought you should know, I attended a Rialto School District Board Meeting because I am unhappy about their policy regarding bringing in treats to the class. They stand behind their Wellness Policy even though they have put children participating in a fundraiser where they sell gourmet junk food. I asked them to undo the policy, provide us with more transparency and put together a task force to find out the wants, needs and goals of the families in this community. They tell us what we needs and want, but they are supposed to be here to serve our children. We are the reason they exist, but it feels like they have forgotten that. I want to connect and collaborate with the families in this community and take our schools back. We have rights too.


  13. abclivingservicesyahoocom
    Nov 28, 2017 @ 23:56:28

    Great work David.


  14. Paul Nurre
    Dec 05, 2017 @ 08:52:00

    On the PERS issue. The City’s PERS contract enhancement in 2010 and poor investment performance at CALPERS has led to the increased PERS cost in the City of Rialto. A bit of research can really help. I haven’t spoken to George in years but he is a good guy. Last time I saw him he was presenting at a League of Cities Conference talking about how bad the Rialto PERS issue had gotten after the Council decided to enhance the PERS contract for the Police and Fire employees. He would always say that that decision would eventually “bankrupt the City.” I guess he was right. By the way, you cannot pay CAL PERS late. They get paid every pay period. Not sure why George is gone but I am sure it is not that he made a mistake. Question who has something to lose for supporting the irresponsible contract enhancement.


  15. Omar Fernandez
    Nov 29, 2018 @ 07:35:09


    My name is Omar Fernandez, I am the Head Softball Coach at Carter High. I would like to tell you about how my student athletes are helping their community. Please contact me so we can discuss the positive things that are happening with the Carter Softball program!


  16. Joe
    Oct 03, 2020 @ 22:19:40

    The proper word is pursue not presue


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