Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

blood drive
Hello all,
Rialto Police Department, Rialto Fire Department, andAmerican Red Cross are hosting an upcoming blood drive.
Please join our lifesaving mission and schedule an appointment today!
Battle of Badges
Drive Details: Site: Rialto Community Center Date:
Tue Jan 8, 2013 Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Coordinator Names: Kim Martin(RPD) and Frank Bekker (RFD) Coordinator Email Addresses:  klmartin@rialtopd.com or fbekker@confire.org
You may also contact one of the following peoplefor more information:
Lt. Kathy Thompson kthompson@rialtopd.com; Noretta Barker nbarker@rialtopd.com; LeAnne Fitch lfitch@rialtopd.com;Erin Lopez ealopez@rialtopd.com;or Amber Jones ajones@rialtopd.com
Click here to make an appointment
 
The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime.  Donors must be at least 18 years of agewith valid ID.
Thank you for supporting the American Red Cross blood program!

Shawn O’Connell sworn in as Councilman of Rialto

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Santa Comes To Rialto

Watch Santa come in from the sky on a helicopter.

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Flores Park Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Flores Park

 

We will be meeting this Saturday at firestation 203 on Ayala Ave for a Neighborhood Watch Meeting
Join the event on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/events/474866402555996/
We will be discussing the following:
Crime
Importance of the UUT (Utility Users Tax)
Holiday Safety
Looking for additional leadership
Special Guests in attendance:
Cpl Rob Muir – Current and long standing Rialto PD Liason for Flores Park Neighborhood Watch
Community Liason Officer Cameron Nelson – In a new position within Rialto PD in an effort to bring the community and PD closer and help residents with interior problems. Also he will have a holiday Safety Presentation.
Lt Andy Karol – New Area Commander for Area 1 great leader and he is a strong supporter of the community and Neighborhood Watch Programs
Councilman Elect Shawn O’Connell – Great new addition to the city council and strong supporter of the Neighborhood Watch Program
Since the Meeting will be at the firestation we would invite residents to bring a new unwrapped toy to the meeting for the “SPARK OF LOVE TOY DRIVE”
Please invite your freinds and family even if they dont live in the flores park area all are welcome.
David Phillips
NW Captain
Flores Park Area

Coffee with the Chief Rialto PD

Coffee with the Chief will be at Carrows on the Corner of Baseline and Willow 12-11-12

Coffee with the Chief will be at Carrows on the Corner of Baseline and Willow 12-11-12

Assemblymember-Elect Cheryl R. Brown Says Small Business Growth and Job Creation are Necessary in the 47th AD

Assemblymember-Elect Cheryl Brown introduces herself to Frank, the store owner of Sierra Car Wash in Fontana after receiving a car wash.

Assemblymember-Elect Cheryl Brown introduces herself to Frank, the store owner of Sierra Car Wash in Fontana after receiving a car wash.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 25, 2012

Contact: Ashley Jones

(909) 645-3853

 

ASSEMBLYMEMBER-ELECT CHERYL R. BROWN SAYS SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH AND JOB CREATION ARE NECESSARY IN THE 47THAD

 

In recognition of Small Business Saturday on November 24, Assemblymember-Elect Cheryl R. Brown (D-47) patronized small businesses located in the 47thAssembly District to encourage everyone to shop local and shop small.

 

“I’ve owned a small business for almost 40 years and I understand the challenges and sacrifices that business owners encounter daily. I deeply admire and respect the contributions that our small businesses make to the communities in our district,” said Brown.

 

Small Business Saturday has attracted millions of consumers nationwide since its formation in 2010. Small Business Saturday occurs annually between Black Friday and Cyber Monday and encourages the nation to celebrate their local businesses by “shopping small.”

 

“Reportedly, two-thirds of jobs in the 47th District are provided by small businesses,” said Brown. “And nationally for the last two decades small businesses have created two of every three jobs in the United States.”

 

Encouraging small business growth and job creation are among Brown’s top legislative priorities for 2013.

 

“Promoting small business growth and job creation is important to me because our district suffers from some of the highest unemployment rates in the state,” said Brown.“In many of our sectors, the unemployment rate has reached double digits. We have to look at how we can create more jobs and strengthen our local economy.”

 

“Government policies can pave the way for small businesses to thrive,” said Brown.

 

Assemblymember-Elect Brown represents the 47th Assembly District, which includes San Bernardino, Rialto, Colton, Bloomington, Fontana, and Grand Terrace.

 

For more information contact (909) 645-3853.

Power Point Slides from the UUT Workshop

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