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Published by rialtonetwork, 2019-09-23 20:48:35

Rialto Progress Fall 2019

Rialto Progress Fall 2019

FALL 2019

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THE COMMUNITY MAGAZINE OF THE CITY OF RIALTO

yourrialto.com

Rialto City Council, City Clerk,
City Treasurer and Department Heads

Deborah Robertson...................................................................................................................................................... Mayor
Ed Scott............................................................................................................................................................ Mayor Pro Tem
Joe Baca Jr....................................................................................................................................................Council Member
Rafael Trujillo...............................................................................................................................................Council Member
Andy Carrizales...........................................................................................................................................Council Member
Barbara A. McGee............................................................................. City Clerk / Director of Management Services
Edward J. Carrillo.............................................................................................................................................City Treasurer
Rod Foster................................................................................................................................................ City Administrator
Fred Galante...................................................................................................................................................... City Attorney
Brian Park.....................................................................................................................................................Acting Fire Chief
Mark P. Kling..........................................................................................................................................................Police Chief
Jessica Brown.........................................................................................................................................Director of Finance
Angela McCray................................................................................................................. Director of Human Resources
Sean Grayson.................................................................................................................Acting Director of Public Works
Perry Brents.................................................................................................................. Director of Community Services

City Council Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday

CABLE ADVISORY COMMISSION NEIGHBORHOOD & HOUSING TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
Oscar Samuel Hinojosa Jr. PRESERVATION & BEAUTIFICATION Willa Henshaw
Daniel E. Peeden COMMISSION Allan Kirst
Jordan Smith Joanne T. Gilbert Kelvin Moore
Joe Lyons Linda Goffney Joshua Holeman
Roy Mason Shelanda Langdon John Plasencia
Jennifer L. Morris Vacant (Student)
Meeting Information: Theresa Schneider Johan S. Rodriguez
3rd Monday – 6:30 pm Vacant (Student Commissioner) Stacy Augustine
Rialto Network
Responsible Department: Meeting Information: Meeting Information:
City Clerk/Management Services 3rd Wednesday – 6:00 pm 1st Wednesday – 6:00 pm
(909) 820-2519 Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, City Hall
Responsible Department: Responsible Department: Public Works
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION Development Services (909) 421-7246 (909) 421-7279
William Richard Brown III
Judy Combs PLANNING COMMISSION UTILITIES COMMISSION
Karen Lozano Dale Estvander Richard Chitwood
Lino Martinez Frank Gonzalez June Hayes
Kevin Fajardo Artist Gilbert Kevin Carlson Kobbe
Channing T. Hawkins, Sr. Jerry Gutierrez Barbara Zrelak - Rickman
Brenda Parker John A. Peukert James Shields
Student Commissioner - Iselle C. Figueroa Al H. Twine Vacant (Student Commissioner)
Vacant (Student Commissioner)
Meeting Information: BarBara L. Chavez Meeting Information:
2nd Monday – 6:30 pm 3rd Tuesday – 6:00 pm
Council Chambers, City Hall Meeting Information: Council Chambers, City Hall
Responsible Department: 2nd & last Wednesday – 6:00 pm Responsible Department: Public Works
City Clerk/Management Services Council Chambers, City Hall (909) 421-4999
(909) 820-2519 Responsible Department:
Development Services RECREATION COMMISSION
MOBILE HOME RENT (909) 421-7246 Joe Britt
REVIEW COMMISSION James Maldonado
Barbara Blackston HISTORICAL PRESERVATION Janice A. Morrison
Sara Garcia COMMISSION John Silva
Jacquelyn Greene Albert Calderon Scott Robert Sparks
yourrialto.com Carole D. Sharp Paul Adam Verdugo Jose M. Aparicio
Robert Wilson Suzanne T. Chitwood Noemy Clara
Lisa L. Bartley
Meeting Information: Tina Meyer Meeting Information:
As Needed Student Commissioner - Vacant 1st Tuesday – 6:30 pm
Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, City Hall
Responsible Department: Meeting Information: Responsible Department:
City Clerk/Management Services 4th Monday – 6:00 pm Community Services
(909) 820-2519 Council Chambers, City Hall (909) 421-4949
Responsible Department:
2 Development Services (909) 820-2505

A Community Message City Administrator’s Message

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Fall 2019

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Table of Contents Rialto Progress Contents RIALTO BLOOD DRIVE

General Information BATTLE

City Administrators’ Message............................................3 of the
City Contacts...........................................................................5
News...........................................................................................8 BADGES
City of Rialto Budget Summary.........................................9
Stay Connected with Rialto............................................. 12 Page 64 Helping Save Lives
How to Start a Business.................................................... 13 On and Off the Job
Calendar................................................................................. 14
Code Enforcement.............................................................. 16 Rialto Fire Department
Clean-up Day Program...................................................... 21
Bulky Item Pick up/Stop Illegal Dumping................... 22 OPEN HOUSE
ATP Bike Share..................................................................... 27
Farmers Market.................................................................... 29

Community Services Page 65

How to Register................................................................... 31
Preschool............................................................................... 33
Youth Center......................................................................... 34
Fit4Kids................................................................................... 35
Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center...................................... 36
Instructors Needed............................................................ 40
Tom Sawyer Pool................................................................ 42
Classes.................................................................................... 44
Youth Sports Programs.....................................................48
Rialto Resource Center...................................................... 51
Senior Services..................................................................... 52
Facility Rentals..................................................................... 54
Facility and Park Map......................................................... 56
Advertise with Us................................................................ 60

Special Events & Programs Page 75

yourrialto.com Rialto Blood Drive...............................................................64
Rialto Fire Department Open House............................ 65
Let’s Move on the Trail...................................................... 67
Homeless Emergency Services Program.................... 69
Free Oil Filters....................................................................... 70
Vaccine Clinics...................................................................... 72
Seeds of Hope ..................................................................... 73
Halloween Hi-Jinks............................................................. 75
Rialto Sports Hall of Fame................................................ 76
Holiday Led Light Exchange........................................... 79

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City Contacts and Departments City Contacts and Departments

City of Rialto
City Administrator..................................................909-820-2689
Mayor and Council.................................................909-820-2689
Code Enforcement.................................................909-820-8070

Administrative Services
Finance Division......................................................909-820-2544
Information Technology...................................... 909-421-7220
Purchasing Division...............................................909-820-2539

Human Resources
Personnel .................................................................909-820-2540
Risk Management...................................................909-820-2540

Community Services
Community Services Department...................909-421-4949
Classes.............................................................. 909-421-4949

Fit4Kids*............................................................909-820-2611
Fitness & Aquatic Center.............................909-820-2611
Senior Center..................................................909-877-9706
Special Events................................................909-421-4949
Sports................................................................ 909-421-4949
Tiny Tots/Preschool......................................909-421-4949
Rialto Historical Museum......................................909-875-1750
Sandra Courtney Playhouse............................... 909-873-8514

City Clerk/Management Services
City Clerk................................................................... 909-820-2519
Rialto Network......................................................... 909-421-7235
U.S. Passport Service............................................. 909-820-2519
Healthy Rialto........................................................... 909-820-2519
Notary Public........................................................... 909-820-2519

Development Services
Building & Safety....................................................909-820-2505
Business Licensing................................................. 909-820-2517
Development Services......................................... 909-421-7246
Economic Development......................................909-820-8014
Garage/Yard Sale.................................................... 909-820-2517
Housing Programs.................................................909-820-8012
Planning..................................................................... 909-820-2535

Fire Department Public Works Fall 2019
Emergencies..................................................................................911 Engineering..............................................................909-421-4999
Administration........................................................ 909-820-2501 Engineering – Transportation............................909-421-4999
Fire Prevention........................................................909-820-2501 Environment............................................................ 909-421-4921
Police Department Maintenance – Parks/Streets..............................909-820-2602
Emergencies..................................................................................911 Recycling/Waste Management......................... 909-421-7222
Administration........................................................ 909-820 -2578 Signal/Street Sign Maintenance........................909-820-2602
Animal Control........................................................ 909-421-7203 Traffic..........................................................................909-820-2602
Citizen’s Academy..................................................909-820-2572 City Treasurer
Pride Platoon*..........................................................909-820-2565 City Treasurer...........................................................909-820-2522
Cemetery Information..........................................909-820-2522

*Funded by Rialto’s Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

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Community Resources Community
Resources Listings
yourrialto.com
Access Transportation Service (omnitrans.org/services/access).................................................................................... 909-383-1680

Adult Literacy Program*.............................................................................................................909-875-0144
Trained library staff assists learners in their quest to become literate by helping with the selection of
reading/writing workbooks, career/job resources, and family/parenting materials.

AT&T (att.com)................................................................................................................................................................................... 800-288-2020
Burrtec Waste Industries ([email protected]).......................................................................................................................909-877-1596
Cable AT&T Uverse (att.com)............................................................................................................................................ 888-511-1885

Spectrum (spectrum.com).................................................................................................................................. 888-892-2253

Chamber of Commerce (rialtochamber.com).................................................................... 909-875-5364
The Rialto Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary group of actively concerned business people and citizens
who have banded together to advance commercial and civic interests of our community.

Caltrans Current Highway Conditions (www.dot.ca.gov)..................................................................................................800-427-7623
Dept. of Motor Vehicles (dmv.ca.gov).......................................................................................................................................800-777-0133
Riverside County Department of Animal Services............................................................................................................... 951-358-7387
Electric So. Cal. Edison (sce.com)......................................................................................................................................800-684-8123

To Report Streetlight Outages.............................................................................................................................800-611-1911

El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center (elsolnec.org).......909-884-3735
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center helps meet educational needs of San
Bernardino and Riverside County. OUR PROGRAMS: Community Education: Anxiety,
Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Drugs, and Alcohol and Nutrition.
Family Strengthening: Asthma, Home Visitation, and Affordable Housing.

Employment Skills Training*..............................................................................................................909-874-6000
The Bethune Center provides pre-employment skills training and academic enrichment, along with job
search assistance and job development.

Fit4Kids........................................................................................................909-421-4949
Fit 4 Kids is conducted by the Rialto Community Services Department. It is a
multi-faceted program designed to address the problem of childhood obesity of
elementary and middle school age children in Rialto.
*Funded by Rialto’s Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

Gas So California Gas Co-Resident........................................................................................................................... 800-427-2200
So California Gas Co-Business........................................................................................................................... 800-427-2000

Graffiti Hotline (yourrialto.com/publicworks_graffiti_report.php).............................................................................. 909-820-2670

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Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board* (ifhmb.com)......................................... 800-321-0911 Community Resources
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board’s (IFHMB) mission is to reach residents about their state and
federal housing rights and responsibilities through education and outreach. Fall 2019

Metro Link (metrolinktrains.com).............................................................................................................................................. 800-371-5465
Mid-Valley Landfill...........................................................................................................................................................................909-822-4871

Family Service Association...................................................................................................951-342-3057
Family Service Association offers a Senior Nutrition Program at the Grace Vargas Senior Center.

Omnitrans (omnitrans.org)...........................................................................................................................................................909-379-7100
Phone AT&T - Resident (att.com).................................................................................................................................... 800-288-2020


Positive Parenting Project*.................................................................................................................909-875-5288
Center for Healing Childhood Trauma is the single most comprehensive referral source for sexual abuse
and family related cases in San Bernardino County.

Public Works Department - Maintenance Division ...........................................909-820-2602
Online at yourrialto.com/publicworks_service_request.php
To report potholes, street sweeping issues, trees in the City’s right-of-way that need to be
trimmed, trees in the City’s right-of way that are causing safety hazards/issues, sidewalk or curb
issues (i.e., lifting that could cause a trip/fall hazard)
Public Works Department - Engineering ..................................................................909-421-4999
To report stop sign requests, speed bump request, damaged signs, traffic signal issues/outages
during normal business hours, Mon. - Thurs. – 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Note: For after-hours, weekends & holiday emergencies please contact the Public Works Main number
at (909) 820-2602.

San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA - gosbcta.com)................................................................909-884-8276
Rialto Library..................................................................................................................................................................................... 909-875-0144
Rialto Unified School District (rialto.k12.ca.us)......................................................................................................................909-820-7700
Rialto Water Services - Utility Billing (water billing issues / new services)..................................................................909-820-2546
Trash - Burrtec Waste Industries (burrtec.com/rialto)........................................................................................................909-877-1596
U.S. Postal Service (usps.com)..................................................................................................................................................... 800-275-8777
Voter Registration........................................................................................................................................................................... 909-387-8300
Water / Sewer (meter leaks, water seeping up from the ground, turnoffs for repairs)

West Valley Water District ** (wvwd.com).......................................................................................................................... 909-875-1804
Rialto Water Services **.......................................................................................................... 820-0400 (820-2608 after hours hotline)
Veolia Water North America (Sewer related issues) **.....................................................................................................909-877-2752
** For boundary information please contact either agency for assistance.

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News NEWS

New Fire Station
205 Beginning
Construction this Fall

A fifth fire station is coming to Rialto. Fire Station
205 will serve the south end of town and will be
located at 1485 S. Willow Avenue, just south of the
new Walmart in Rialto Marketplace. Temporary
quarters are under construction. The permanent Fire
Station is anticipated to begin construction in fall
2019. Response times and overall service will improve
with the new fire station as it will serve the more than
15,000 people that live in the south end of town.

Find your local fire station:

• Fire Station 201: 131 S. Willow Avenue
• Fire Station 202: 1700 N. Riverside Avenue
• Fire Station 203: 1550 N. Ayala Drive
• Fire Station 204: 3288 N. Alder Avenue

yourrialto.com Metrolink Parking Lot
Expansion Project

Construction of the Metrolink Parking Lot Expansion Project began on
March 18, 2019. The project increases parking capacity at the Metrolink
Station by 100 parking spaces, and includes landscaping and lighting
improvements, and three electric vehicle charging stations. The parking
lot will be located at 178 W. Bonnie View Dr. Construction will be
completed in August 2019.

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CITY OF RIALTO Budget Summary
BUDGET SUMMARY

On June 25, 2019, the City Council adopted its annual budget for the fiscal year commencing on July
1, 2019. The FY2019-20 Adopted Budget demonstrates a commitment to the City Council’s Guiding
Principles and Community Values, as well as open and transparent communication with the citizens
of Rialto and either maintains or increases existing City services levels and programs. The Budget as
presented, is cash balanced and it recommends taking advantage of available ongoing and one-time
resources to fund numerous projects and programs.
While the City continues to make a strong economic recovery with funding sources continuing to grow,
the growth in revenue is matched by an increase in on-going requirements. The FY2019-20 Adopted
Budget includes $326.7 million in requirements which is a net decrease of $1.0 million or 0.3% as
compared to the FY2018-19 Current Budget. This budget book includes the operating budgets for the
General Fund and its associated departments, special revenue funds, enterprise funds, internal service
funds, and capital funds. Additionally, this budget book includes the budgets for the Rialto Housing
Authority, Rialto Utility Authority, Street Lighting Districts, and the Successor Agency.

BUDGET SUMMARY

Fund Type 2019-20 General Fund
Adopted Budget 30%
General Fund
Other Funds: $ 96,743,996 Other Funds
70%
Capital Project Funds 15,504,486
Debt Service 2,182,947
Depreciation 6,648,150
Enterprise Funds 5,666,166
Internal Service Fund
Rialto Housing Authority 11,416,288
Rialto Utility Authority 156,730
Special Revenue Fund
Successor Agency 73,148,339
102,052,495

13,150,862
Total $ 326,670,459

The General Fund operating budget makes up $96.7 million or 30% of the $326.7 million 2019-20 Fall 2019
Adopted Budget. The General Fund provides for basic every day governmental services including
public safety, public works, recreation, and other essential public services, and this summary focuses on
the General Fund revenues and expenditures. General Fund requirements are funded primarily with
property taxes, sales and utility user taxes, departmental revenues, and other funding sources.

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Budget Summary CITY OF RIALTO BUDGET SUMMARY, cont.

GENERAL FUND REVENUES
General fund revenues are projected to be $100.0 million in 2019-20. The primary sources of general
fund revenues are sales taxes ($19.9 million), in lieu of property tax ($13.8 million), utility users tax
($13.1 million), and property taxes ($11.9 million). These four sources produce 59% of the City’s
General Fund Revenue of $100.0 million.

2019-20 General Fund Operating Revenues
(in millions)

Police
Fire

Public Works-General
Non Department

Development Services
Non-Operating

Finance/Purchasing
Code Enforcement
Human Resources
Management Services
City Administrator

City Council
City Clerk

City Treasurer

5 10 15 20

yourrialto.com For several years now, the City has outperformed most other cities within the County of San Bernardino,
so the economic forecast is promising with FY2019-20 forecasted as another strong year. Sales tax
revenue has grown by 82% since 2016 with additional retail stores, restaurants, and a hotel to come in
FY2019-20. The City is entering into its third year of impressive sales tax growth with a historical trend
of a 117.4% increase over the last 13 quarters. Additionally, as a result of several years of economic
growth and development within the City, the City’s assessed values have increased by over 15% in
FY2018-19 as compared to FY2017-18. This was more than twice the County’s total. The increase in
assessed value is reflected in the increase in the City’s average single family residential sales price, which
has increased by 138% since the housing market crash in 2009. The forecast for FY2019-20 reflects a
7% increase in property tax revenue as a result.


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CITY OF RIALTO BUDGET SUMMARY, cont. Budget Summary

GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
General fund expenditures are projected to be $96.7 million in 2019-20. The chart below illustrates
how the City funds are expended by department and by expenditure category. Police and fire services
are the primary expenditures for the City, making up 63% of the City’s total expenditures.

2019-20 General Fund Expenditures By Department
(in millions)

Police
Fire

Public Works-General
Non Department

Development Services
Non-Operating

Finance/Purchasing
Code Enforcement
Human Resources
Management Services
City Administrator

City Council
City Clerk

City Treasurer

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40

Personnel costs of $61.8 million is 66% of the City’s total expenditure budget of $96.7 million.
Personnel costs include salaries, benefits, as well as the City’s annual contribution for its pension
unfunded accrued liability.

General Fund Expenditures by Category

Services & Capital
Supplies 2%

27% Others
4%
Personnel Cost
66% Legal
1%
Fall 2019

For more Information, please contact the Finance Department at (909) 820-2544. Thank You!

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Stay Connected STAY CONNECTED WITH RIALTO

No matter where you are, the City
of Rialto is just a click or tap away.
Your desktop, phone, or tablet can
connect you to the wide variety of
services and programs available
to residents and visitors. Visit the
City website to connect with City
departments, view City Council
agendas, apply for permits, find the
nearest park, or learn more about
community diversity. You can even
pay your Water Services bill online!

Stay up to date with all things Rialto.
Take a look at the list below to find
where on the on the web you can find
the City of Rialto:

WEBSITE

City of Rialto www.YourRialto.com XX X
@CityofRialto X
X
Rialto Network www.rialtonetwork.com XX X X
@RialtoNetwork
X
Rialto Fire Department http://YourRialto.com/ XX
@rialtofiredepartment fire-department/

Rialto Police Department rialtopd.com/ XX
@RialtoPD

Rialto Certified Farmers Market X
@RialtoFarmersMarket

Healthy Rialto XX
@HealthyRialto.Healthy

Communities

Rialto Community http://yourrialto.com/community- X X
Services Department services-department/
@RialtoCS

Grace Vargas Senior Center http://yourrialto.com/grace- X
@GraceVargasSeniorCenter vargas-senior-center/

Rialto Fitness and Aquatic Center http://yourrialto.com/fitness-and-
@RialtoFitnessandAquaticCenter aquatic-center/

yourrialto.com Sandra R. Courtney rialtocommunityplayers.com X
Community Playhouse
@SandraRCourtney

CommunityPlayhouse

Rialto Unified School District https://rialto-ca.schoolloop.com/ X XX
@rialtounified

Rialto Library www.sbclib.org/LibraryLocations/RialtoBranchLibrary.aspx

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HOW TO START A BUSINESS IN RIALTO How to Start a Business

The City of Rialto is proud to be home to a vibrant small business community and encourages residents Fall 2019
with an entrepreneurial spirit to start a business here. The U.S. Small Business Administration business
guide recommends a dynamic four-step approach to building a small business and the City of Rialto
has the tools to make your idea come to life.

Plan
Visit the City website for research that can help you better understand our community
and the demographics that illustrate patterns that can help you target and reach
your ideal consumers. You can also view a list of frequently asked questions for an
at-a-glance guide to doing business here.
Launch
Apply for business license in person at City Hall, Monday through Thursday, 7:00
a.m. – 6:00 p.m. For more information on all State and local requirements, visit the
City of Rialto online. You will find helpful guides and links to additional resources
at YourRialto.com under Businesses.
Manage
Once you open for business, join the Rialto Chamber of Commerce to connect with
other businesses and the community at large. Network with other business owners
and enjoy the benefits of support and cross-promotion.
Grow
Establish a web and social media presence to give your customers a place to find
and engage with you on the Internet. Follow the City on social media to find
opportunities to sponsor community events and interact with residents and visitors
before and after those events.
For access to these and more business resources visit yourrialto.com or call
(909) 820-2517.

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Calendar Mark Your

Calendar

OCTOBER 1 Tuesday 12 Saturday 22 Tuesday

yourrialto.com Recreation Commission Rialto Fire Department City Council Meeting
6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall 9:00AM, Open House Station 201, Council Chambers, City Hall
131 S. Willow Ave.
2 Wednesday 24 Thursday
Let’s Move on the Trail
Transportation Commission 9:00AM, Starting at Cedar Ave. Senior Halloween Dance Party
6:00PM , Council Chambers, City Hall Senior Center
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
5 Saturday Behind 246 South Willow Ave. 25 Friday

Oil Filter Exchange 14 Monday Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
9:00AM, O’Reily Auto Parts, Behind 246 South Willow Ave.
286 W. Foothill Blvd. Human Relations Commission
6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall 26 Saturday
8 Tuesday
15 Tuesday Community Clean-Up Day
City Council Meeting 8:00AM, (909)421-7222
Council Chambers, City Hall Utilities Commission
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Seeds of Hope
9 Wednesday 8:00AM City Hall
16 Wednesday
Planning Commission 27 Sunday
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Neighborhood & Housing
Preservation & Beautification Run Around the Rocks 5K Run/Walk
11 Friday Commission 8:00AM, Cemex Lytle Creek Plant,
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off 28 Monday
Behind 246 South Willow Ave. 19 Saturday
Historical Prevention Commission
Low Cost Pet Vaccines 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
9:00 AM, Rialto Animal Hospital
30 Wednesday
21 Monday
Planning Commission
Cable Advisory Commission 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall

31 Thursday

Halloween Hi-Jinks
5:30PM, Near the Fire and Police Station

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1 Friday Calendar
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off

Behind 246 South Willow Ave. 15 Friday

2 Saturday
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
NOVEMBERBehind 246 South Willow Ave.
Behind 246 South Willow Ave.
5 Tuesday
Recreation Commission 16 Saturday
Rialto Sports Hall of Fame
6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
9:00AM, Rialto Community Center
6 Wednesday Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
Transportation Commission
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Behind 246 South Willow Ave. 25 Monday

9 Saturday 18 Monday

Cable Advisory Commission
Park Clean-Up Day 6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Senior Turkey Raffle
Senior Center
8:00AM, Andreson Park AARP Drivers Safety Class
Senior Center Historical Preservation Commission
11 Monday 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
19 Tuesday
City Office closed 27 Wednesday
Observed Holiday Utilities Commission
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Planning Commission
12 Tuesday
City Council Meeting 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
Council Chambers,City Hall AARP Drivers Safety Class
Senior Center 28 Thursday
13 Wednesday
20 Wednesday City Office closed
Planning Commission Observed Holiday
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Neighborhood & Housing
Preservation & Beautification

Commission

6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall

DECEMBER 3 Tuesday 10 Tuesday 20 Friday

Recreation Commission City Council Meeting Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, City Hall Behind 246 South Willow Ave.

4 Wednesday 11 Wednesday 21 Saturday

Transportation Commission Planning Commission Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, City Hall Behind 246 South Willow Ave.

6 Friday 12 Thursday 24 Tuesday

Garage Sale Groovy Christmas Senior Social City Offices Closed
Senior Center Observed Holiday
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off
Behind 246 South Willow Ave. 14 Saturday 25 Wednesday

7 Saturday Oil Filter Exchange City Offices Closed
9:00AM, Pep Boys 505 E. Foothill Blvd. Observed Holiday
Holiday Parade &
Tree Lighting Ceremony 16 Monday 26 Thursday
6:00PM, Downtown Rialto
Cable Advisory Commission City Offices Closed
Garage Sale 6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
27 Friday
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off 17 Tuesday
Behind 246 South Willow Ave. City Offices Closed
Utilities Commission
8 Sunday 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall 28 Saturday

Garage Sale 18 Wednesday City Offices Closed

9 Monday Neighborhood & Housing 30 Monday
Preservation & Beautification
Human Relations Commission Commission City Offices Closed
6:30PM, Council Chambers, City Hall 6:00PM, Council Chambers, City Hall
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City Offices Closed
Observed Holiday

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Code Enforcement Welcome’sRIALTO CODE ENFORCEMENT

you to the

Neighborhood

YOUR GUIDE FOR A BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOOD UPDATES

Are you a new resident to our beautiful community? If so, welcome! If you are The Rialto Code Enforcement Division contact
a current resident of Rialto, we hope this guide can help you as well. Our goal information has changed. Please use the
is to build relationships and work with residents and businesses to enhance following information to reach Code Enforcement
our neighborhoods. This begins with each resident on every block. Working or go online to view new flyers!
with neighbors to maintain a beautiful neighborhood benefits everyone!
Office: (909) 820-8070
OUTSIDE THE HOME Email: [email protected]
Web: www.YourRialto.com/Code-Enforcement
• Lawns need to be cut and maintained regularly.
• There is no parking of vehicles on lawns or unpaved surfaces. VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
• Abandoned, inoperable, or dismantled vehicles cannot be in view. Are you interested in helping your
• Pull trash cans in when it is not trash day and store them out of public view. community? Do you have an interest in
• Junk, trash, debris, & furniture cannot be in public view. the Code Enforcement profession?
• If you want to get rid of a bulky item, contact Burrtec before placing Volunteers assist the Code Enforcement
Division with various citywide issues. Visit our
appliances and bulky items near the curb. website or contact us for more information.
• Keep pools clean (no green) & gated/secured.
• Do not leave vehicles on the street without moving every VENDORS
Code Enforcement is actively engaging sidewalk
72 hours. vendors throughout the City. SB 946 limited
• Please also maintain your parkways. the enforcement of cities, but staff is educating
vendors and enforcing the requirement to have
INSIDE THE HOME a business license. Selling food from your home,
garage, or driveway is still prohibited.
• There must be a smoke detector in every bedroom and a combination
detector (smoke and carbon monoxide) in the hallway outside of the rooms. SHOPPING CARTS
Have at least a smoke and carbon monoxide detector on each floor even if Please visit our website to help report stray or
there are no bedrooms. abandoned shopping carts.
www.YourRialto.com/Code-Enforcement
• Water heaters need to be double strapped (earthquake safety).
yourrialto.com • Keep appliances (hotplates, microwaves, crockpots, etc.) out

of bedrooms.

16 (909) 820-8070 | www.yourrialto.com/code-enforcement | [email protected]

WITH A COP Coffee with a Cop

2ND TUESDAY “Coffee with a Cop” offers residents an opportunity to personally meet with
of every month Rialto Police Officers in a casual setting. Community members will learn
about the police department, special projects, and other related events. If
8:00 - 9:00 am you have a question or concern this provides a platform for you to ask. Join
a cop for coffee and conversation.

Dates:

October 8th

Coco’s Restaurant

2019 N. Riverside Ave.

November 12th

Denny’s

1377 W. Foothill Blvd.

December 10th

Panera Bread

1309 W. Renaissance Parkway

For information, please Fall 2019
contact Jeanette Lopez at

(909) 820-2565.

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Rialto Police Pride PlatoonRialtoPoliceDepartment

pride ★ Respect ★ integrity ★ discipline
enrollment begins in october ★ Register for Class 16

Program Overview:

★ 14-week program specially designed to deal with teenagers
in need of leadership skills and alter negative behavior

★ Program o ers treatment, prevention, disciplinary, components
to alter negative behavior

★ Goal is to instill the qualities of pride, respect, integrity,
discipline and enthusiasm

★ Program components are counseling and family action,
community service, physical training, behavior modi cation,
career guidance, classroom curriculum

★ At sucessful completion of the program, the participants
will be invited to participate in a graduation ceremony

Program Requirements:

★ Program is FREE and available to youth ages 14 through 17
★ Must reside in the City of Rialto or attend school within the

Rialto Unified District

For more information oryourrialto.com RIALTO COMMUNITY CENTER
to enroll your teen: 214 N. Palm Ave. Room #505

(909) 820-2565 Thursdays • 6:00 p.m.
18 [email protected] October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th

November 7th, 14th, 21st
December 5th, 12th

(A parent must attend one meeting
in order to receive an enrollment application.)

RIALTO POLICE Rialto Police

Explorers Post #200 Volunteers

The Rialto Police Department is fortunate to have Explorer Post #200, a career mYoaukCe AaNdifference!
exploration program, sponsored by our department and which is affiliated with
the Boys Scouts of America. The Explorer Post began in 1975 and has been the The Rialto Police Volunteers are involved
starting point for many law enforcement officers. The program is one of career in several aspects of service to the Police
exploration and education for youth ages 14 to 21, interested in learning and Department.  Among other things, they
excelling in a professional career of law enforcement. Currently, our post has assist with traffic control at accident and
14 members, all of whom play an important role in our organization; we are crime scenes, conduct citizen and vacation
hoping to expand our post to 40 members. patrols, help out at DUI check points,
host Neighborhood Watch Meetings,
This position is very prestigious with the explorer assuming and being assigned conduct station tours, assist with the City’s
a very large role of responsibility. The explorer is instructed and educated about Hazardous Waste Days and conduct free
the methods of police work. During the process of growing through the explorer child fingerprinting at a variety of City and
program, fundamentals of discipline, work values and the practices of law Police Department events.
enforcement are taught and strictly adhered to. Our volunteers also assist with many City
Explorers participate in many community and police functions which include: events which include National Night Out,
traffic control during parades and city events, police patrol ride-a-longs with the annual Christmas Parade, Halloween
police officers; special assignments to include gang sweeps, search warrants, DUI Hi-Jinks, and the Family Festival, just to
checkpoints, and undercover operations and police patrolled security in addition name a few.
to many city wide special events donating more than 6,500 hours of service to the There are currently 33 Police Volunteers
department and community. and 114 Neighborhood Watch Groups.
Each year we go to the California State Officer Memorial in Sacramento, compete Volunteers donate approximately 5,000
in a nationwide explorer competition in Las Vegas, as hours of service to the Department
well as participate in our City of Rialto’s Open House, annually. We are indebted to this fine group
International Festival, National Night Out, Halloween of men and women who selflessly dedicate
Hi-jinks, and any other events that the City may need us for. themselves to assisting the Rialto Police
The Explorer Post holds weekly meetings on Thursdays Department.
between 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm and address training topics If you are interested in becoming a
related to law enforcement as well as incorporating volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer
training in areas of civic involvement and special projects Packet located on the Police Department
which benefit the entire community. website (rialtopd.com) and return a signed
The success of the Law Enforcement Explorer Post is hardcopy to the Police Department front
obvious, as several of the current officers received their counter, attention Sergeant Gerard.
first exposure to police work in this program. Applications
can be picked up at the front counter of the Police Dept. Fall 2019
lobby Mon. - Fri., 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

For more information or questions, please contact  19
Sergeant Vicki Gerard at (909) 820-2603 or [email protected] 

Rialto Fire Rialto Fire Explorer
Post #299
Wants YOU! Interested in hands-on
training with the
The Fire Explorers are sponsored by the Rialto Fire Department and
Learning for Life. We will teach you the necessary skills needed to RIDE Rialto Fire Department?
the engines. You will learn all aspects of the Fire Department - training,
and day-to-day operations. You will be able to do most of the training Vacancies are limited.
maneuvers alongside professional Rialto Fire Fighters. Explorers must Recruitment conducted biannually.
be 14 years old to enter the Ride Program.  You must also be able to
prove you have a 2.5 GPA or higher and maintain it throughout your (for ages 14-21).
time as an Explorer.
Our post has attended the Inland Empire Explorer Academy for the
past several years.  Academies include education and hands on
training in Auto Extrication, Wildland Firefighting, Structure Fires,
Confined Space Rescue and Hazardous Materials Training. Our group
has won several trophies and awards in Musters and Fire Training
Competitions and has been seen on local television, in numerous
newspapers and in Rialto parades.
For an application or more information, visit Fire Station 201 located at 131
S. Willow across the street from the Police Station, or email Lead Advisor:
Firefighter Junius Wilkins at [email protected]

Applicants will be contacted with the date of the next recruitment
when determined.

VEGETATIORIANLTMO AFINREAGEMENT

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Second Week of October 2019

For more information, call RialtoFireDepartment
the weed abatement hotline at (909) 820-2691

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NEW Community Community Clean-Up Day

CLEAN-UP DAY PROGRAM
FREE TRASH & GREEN WASTE DISPOSAL

Residents can October 26th
now dispose 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
of trash, bulky
items, and green The City of Rialto has added a new program to the Quarterly
waste for free. Community Clean-up Days. Please note that the hours for this

program are shorter than the other
Community Clean-Up Day activities.

The staging/check-in line will start on
First Street at the corner of Palm Avenue.

FREEAcceptable Items
Include:
Toilets
Mattresses
Old Furniture
Yard Trimmings
Wood/Branches

Scrap Metal

Proof of residency is required. Business waste will not be accepted. Fall 2019

For More Information Call 909-421-7222

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Burrtec Schedule a Residential

TodayBULKY ITEM PICK UP
KEEP RIALTO CLEAN

Did you know City of Rialto residential customers can schedule a
bulky item pickup twice a year at no additional cost?

PLEASE NOTE: Household hazardous waste Bulky items include the following: kitchen appliances, water
(such as paint, used motor oil and filters, heater, tables, chairs, old mattresses, electronic waste and other
household cleaners, fluorescent lights) are not bulky household items. Burrtec will collect up to ten (10) items,
accepted. These items must be disposed at the two (2) times per calendar year. Please call our Customer Service
hazardous waste collection center located at Department at (909) 877-1596 one week prior to your scheduled
246 S. Willow Ave., Rialto. For a complete list of collection day to arrange a pickup.
dates and hours of operation, please visit the
city website at yourrialto.com

You Can Help STOP
Illegal Dumping in Rialto

• If you see someone illegally dumping, do
not approach them! Get a description of the
person and/or vehicle with the license plate
number. Contact your local law enforcement
agency and report it by calling (909) 820-
2550.

• Secure bin or containers in locking enclosures.

• Keep dumpster lids closed.

• Install “NO DUMPING” signage.

yourrialto.com • Strengthen surveillance and patrolling by adding Illegal dumping of trash or other unwanted items
cameras. in the public right of way is against the law in the
City of Rialto. A $250 reward is being offered by
• Encourage members of the community to report Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc., for information
illegal dumping. leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone
guilty of illegal dumping. Help our City stay
HELP OUR CITY STAY BEAUTIFUL beautiful and clean by reporting illegal dumping
in your area.

(City of Rialto Municipal Code 8.30.020)

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THE RIALTO Trash Sweeping Day App

TRASH &

SWEEPING
DAYS APP

is Available
Now!

Rialto Residents can now access
their personalized and customizable
Street Sweeping and Trash Collection

schedules online and through a
smartphone app.

Get a reminder to move your vehicles
before your street sweeping day.
In addition Household Hazardous

Waste and Community Clean-up day
schedules are also available through

this service.

Reminder Service is available via
email, text, phone call or you can

download printable calendars.

Download the app today from the App Store or Google Play. Fall 2019

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Rialto Branch Library RBLIiRBaAlRtNoACRHY

251 W First Street
909-875-0144
www.sbclib.org

CHILDRENS’ EVENTS ADULT EVENTS

Preschool Storytime Adult Book Club

Thursday at 12:00 p.m. 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.
Join us for this wonderfully fun and engaging storytime
where amazing books meet song, rhymes, puppets and Citizenship Class
more. For preschoolers you won’t want to miss!
Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
Kids on the Move Second Session: October 16-November 20
Fridays at 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday at 12:00 p.m.
The Friends of the Rialto Library is a October 15-November 19
non-profit group of volunteers who Bring your preschooler to this program for a fun and
raise money for the Rialto Branch exciting Course filled with active songs, props, the
Library. There are many ways you can letter of the day and a story. Join in the fun as we move
help! Become a Friend by volunteering and shake our way through this program! The purpose
your time with the group, or make of this program is to promote being active, as well as
a monetary donation a for more the developmental skills of print motivation, letter
information, call 909-875-0144. awareness, gross motor skills, a sense of rhythm, body
awareness, following directions and listening skills.
Book Store Sale
Discovery Time
1st Tuesday of every month
11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Second Session: October 18-November 22
Come in to purchase items at $4.00 Craft Time: October 17-November 21 Learn the process of becoming a citizen, test tips, and
per bag. Or $3.00 per bag when you Bring you elementary age children to how fun new practice tests.
become a Friends of the Library program based on Art.
member! Free Friday
Craft Time Afternoon Family Movie
Literacy Services
Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Fridays at 3:30 p.m.
Our library offers Adult Literacy tutoring Craft Time: October 17-November 21 Second Session: October 12 to November 16
services. Please call us for more information. Bring you elementary age children to how fun new Join us for our free family-friendly movies shown every
program based on Art. Friday afternoon! Please call the branch at 909-875-
Volunteer Opportunity 0144 for information on what is showing each week.
Homework Buddies
San Bernardino County Library volunteers Adult Craft NEW
can take pride in helping to provide Tuesday and Wednesday, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
outstanding library service to our customers. Second Session: October 15-November 20 Saturdays at 11:00 a.m.
Join us as we review all aspects of being High School volunteers help elementary school Second Session: October 15-November 12
a library volunteer and discuss the types students with their homework. No need to sign up, just
of duties a library volunteer can do. Our bring your homework! Job Seekers
volunteer application and more information
about volunteering can be found on the Mondays at 11:15 a.m.
Support your Library page of our website. Second Session: October 21-November 18

yourrialto.com SPECIAL EVENTS

Read for the Record

Thursday, November 7
12:00 & 3:00 p.m.
Celebrate literacy by participating in the largest shared
reading experience!

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Here Comes Santa Rialto Branch Library

Saturday, December 14
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Santa is coming to the library! Come take
your own picture with him and make your

own holiday cards.

Here Comes Santa Read
& Holiday Cards
for the
Saturday, December 14 Record
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Santa is coming to the library and you can take your Thursday, November 7th
own picture with him. You can also make you your own
holiday cards.

Adult Book Club

Tuesday, December 10
5:30 p.m.
The Gift by Richard Paul Evens

Preschool Storytime

Thursday, December 5 and 12
12:00 p.m.
Join us for this wonderfully fun and engaging
storytime where amazing books meet song, rhymes,
puppets and more. For preschoolers you won’t want
to miss.

Craft Corner

Tuesday, December 17
12:00 -1:00 p.m.
Foam Christmas Cookies

Wednesday, December 18
12:00 -1:00 p.m.
Curly Bearded Santa

Thursday, December 19
12:00 -1:00 p.m.
Paper Bag Penguin

Thursday, December 26
12:00 -1:00 p.m.
Handprint Cardinal Painting

Friday, December 27
12:00 -1:00 p.m.
Paper Plate Polar Bear

Join us as we create wonderful holiday projects.

Need Help FREE Fall 2019
Reading?
Stop by for free tutoring services!

Our Literacy Program provides FREE tutoring for
adults struggling with basic literacy including
reading, writing, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Call 909-875-0144 for more information. 25

Rialto Unified School District Rialto Unified
School District

182 E. Walnut Ave., Rialto, CA (909) 820-7700

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS

Oct. 11 & 25 • Nov. 15 • Dec. 6

LEGEND E Elementary Schools
M Middle Schools
M Minimum Day for Students H High Schools
Weekend

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yourrialto.com HOLIDAYS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS MIDDLE SCHOOLS HIGH SCHOOLS
ALL SCHOOLS End of First Trimester Minimum Days Refer to your individual high
Veterans’ Day October 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 school calendar for minimum/
November 11 Minimum Days Nov. 6, 20 collaboration days
Fall Break October 14 Dec. 4, 13
November 25-29 November 4-15 Parent Conferences ALL SECONDARY
Winter Break November 18 End of First Quarter
December 16-January 6 December 13 October 4
End of second quarter
December 13

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BHeelptUtseMrakeinWaRlkiinag latnod Biking Bike Share Survey

Take Our Survey

The City of Rialto is undertaking an Active BENEFITS OF
Transportation Plan (ATP) to improve access, mobility,
and safety for non-motorized modes of travel, including Bike Share & Active
walking, bicycling, and riding transit. To improve bicycle Transportation
access, the City is also investigating the potential to
implement a bike share system in Rialto. Reduced Emissions

What is a Bike Share System? Increased bicycling and walking reduce
A bike share system is a network of shared bicycles fossil fuel emissions. About 5 to 25% of
available for short-term use, usually 15 to 45 minutes. users substitute bike share for cars.
People can check out a bicycle from locations around
the city, ride to their destination, and then leave the Supplements the Transit System
bicycle for someone else to use. Bike share programs
aim to increase transportation options by helping Alternate modes of transportation can
people move quickly around their neighborhood or effectively link people to and
connect with the larger community without using a car. from transit stops to their origins and
destinations.
We Need You!
Improved Health
1. Go to rialto.altaprojects.net to learn more
about the ATP and bikeshare systems. In addition to the universal public
health benefit, such as improved air
2. Use our interactive map to tell us where quality, bicycling and walking has the
you’d like to see bike or scooter share in potential to positively impact personal
Rialto. health.

3. Take our survey at surveymonkey.com/r/ Social Equity
RialtoATP to tell us about walking,
bicycling, and transit access in Rialto and Alternate modes of transportation
the improvements you would like to see. have the potential to alleviate issues
for disadvantaged populations that are
Your input will help us develop disproportionately impacted by rising
recommendations for Rialto’s ATP and transportation costs.
Bikeshare Feasibility Study!
Enhanced Safety

Improved facilities enable safe,
comfortable, and attractive access for
users of all ages and abilities.

Economic Benefits

More bicycling and walking has also
been tied to increases in commercial
and residential property values and
retail sales.

TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! Fall 2019
We want to hear from you.
Take our online survey today. 27

www.surveymonkey.com/r/RialtoATP

28 yourrialto.com Rialto Network

Farmers’ Market 29

Fall 2019

Rialto Community Services Community Services Administrative offices are located
at the Community Center • 214 N. Palm Ave., Suite 204
Monday - Thursday — 7:00 am - 6:00 pm • (909) 421-4949

STAFF LISTING RIALTO COMMUNITY CENTER
Youth & Adult Sports, Field & Facility Reservation,
COMMUNITY SERVICES Contract Classes
DIRECTOR RECREATION PROGRAMMER
Perry Brents • (909) 820-2525 x. 8039 Sharis Bratton
[email protected] [email protected]
SUPERVISOR
Julio Salcedo • (909) 820-2611 RECREATION PROGRAMMER
[email protected] Che Wilson • (909) 820-2525 x. 2301
[email protected]
GRACE VARGAS SENIOR CENTER
Programming, Facility Rentals Child Development
RECREATION PROGRAMMER RECREATION PROGRAMMER
Terre Ermitano • (909) 877-9706 Jennifer Ramos • (909) 421-4949
[email protected] [email protected]

RIALTO FITNESS & AQUATIC CENTER City Special Events, Rialto Progress
Fitness & Aquatic Center, Facility Rentals, Fit4Kids RECREATION PROGRAMMER
RECREATION PROGRAMMER Jessica Perez • (909) 820-2671
Christina Holguin • (909) 820-2611 [email protected]
[email protected]

yourrialto.com

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Register Today! Rialto Community Services

Online Registration

https://apm.activecommunities.com/
rialtorec/Home

Walk-in Registration

Rialto Community Center Class Information:

SUITE 204 • Registration can be paid in cash, check, money
Monday – Thursday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm order, Mastercard or Visa unless noted otherwise.
• All registrations for participants under 18 years
Grace Vargas Senior Center of age require signature of parent or guardian.
• All registrations are handled on a first-come,
Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm first served basis.
Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm • Pre-registration is required for all classes.
• Registration will NOT be accepted by the
Swimming Registration instructor.
• Registration will not be accepted after the
All swimming registration is handled at the second class meeting.
Tom Sawyer Swimming Pool • Classes will not be pro-rated if students
152 E. San Bernardino Avenue register late.
• Classes that fail to meet the required minimum
Telephone Registration number of students will be cancelled.
• The City reserves the right to postpone, cancel or
(909) 421-4949 or (909) 877-9706 combine classes for any reason found necessary.
• Prices are subject to change.
Telephone registration is accepted for most
programs with payment made by VISA
or MasterCard.

Class Locations:

Rialto Community Center 214 N. Palm Ave.
Grace Vargas Senior Center 1411 S. Riverside Ave.
Tom Sawyer Pool 152 E. San Bernardino Ave.
Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center 1243 S. Riverside Ave.
Fire Station 202 1700 N. Riverside Ave.
Fire Station 203 1550 N. Ayala Ave.
Fire Station 204 3288 N. Alder Ave.

Refund/Credit Policy: Fall 2019

Participants may request a refund, credit, or transfer to another program if unable to participate. Requests
must be made within 48 hours after the first class meeting (72 hours prior to workshops), unless class time has
changed or the class is cancelled by the Department. Please allow four weeks for refund to be processed.

Policy of Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Disability 31

The City of Rialto does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs or activities.
The City of Rialto Human Resources Department (246 S. Willow Avenue, Rialto, CA 92376) has been designated to coordinate compliance with the
non-discrimination requirements contained in Section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations. Information concerning the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the rights provided thereunder, are available from the ADA Coordinator.

Tiny Tots KI D

Stuff
Tiny Tots

Tiny Tots is the answer
for your preschooler!

Looking for a program that
is perfectly designed
for your 3-5 year old?

Participants have fun while learning and developing their social skills,
creating arts and crafts, enjoying music, story time and creative play.

Tiny Tots is a recreational-based program, not a licensed day care. ** Children must be potty trained.

Community Center TWO LOCATIONS Hughbanks
214 N. Palm Ave 2241 N. Apple Ave

• Arts & Crafts 4-WEEK SESSIONS
• Centers
• Shapes & Colors Pricing will be prorated accordingly.
• Letters & Numbers Not accepting new students after the first week of each session
• Music
• Social Skills Community Center & Hughbanks Locations Resident/Non-Resident
• Story Time and more!
M/W 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Sep 30-Oct 23 $80/$85
Student assessments, $95/$100
parent/teacher meetings M/W/F 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Sep 30-Oct 24
and back to school nights. $80/$85
T/TH 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Oct 1-Oct 24
Prices subject to change without notice.
Community Center & Hughbanks Locations

M/W 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Oct 28-Nov 20 $80/$85
$95/$100
M/W/F 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Oct 29-Nov 22
$80/$85
T/TH 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Oct 30-Nov 21

Community Center & Hughbanks Locations

M/W 9:00 am – 12:00 pm *Nov 25-Dec 23 PRORATED
PRORATED
yourrialto.com M/W/F 9:00 am – 12:00 pm *Nov 25-Dec 23 PRORATED

T/TH 9:00 am – 12:00 pm *Nov 26-Dec 19

Holiday Closures: November 28th -29th: reopen on Monday, December 2nd (Thanksgiving),
December 24th-January 3rd: reopen January 6th, 2020 (Winter Closure)

32 For information call (909) 421-4949 or visit 214 N. Palm Ave, Rialto

KI D • Quality Kindergarten Readiness Preschool
• Qualified & Caring Staff
Stuff • All Alternative Payments Accepted
Preschool • Student assessments and

parent/teacher meetings

SITE: Preston Elementary School
HOURS: 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
INFORMATION: (909) 421-7208 or
(909) 421-4949

KI D We strive to provide a high quality Preschool
Program for your 2 – 5 year old child. Our
Stuff program offers exactly what you need for
Tiny Tots Kindergarten readiness. Preschoolers learn
by doing and we offer a variety of activities
to develop their fine and gross motor skills,
problem solving, and social skills. We provide
opportunities for learning through teacher-led
instruction as well as hands-on learning. Games,
music, arts & crafts, and of course fun, are all
part of our program as we work to prepare your
preschooler for Kindergarten and beyond.

Children must be potty trained.

Prices subject to change without notice.

Join the Fun!

Arts & Crafts • Shapes & Colors
Letters & Numbers • Social Skills

Music • Story Time and more!

Pay for 4 Weeks in Advance - GET A Refer a Friend! When They
Get the 5th Week Free! WEEK FREE! Sign Up - Get a Week Free!

Fall 2019

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Fit 4 Kids

Stay Free* Fitness for Rialto Youth
Active! Ages 6 to 15

Monday/Wednesday or
Tuesday/Thursday

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Designed to help youth develop healthy habits
through physical activity and nutrition education

PROGRAM INCLUDES
• Nutrition

• Fitness Assessments
• Variety Sports

*Federal grant funded program free for Rialto residents who
qualify under low/moderate household income.

Fit4Kids
WINTER BREAK!

Join us
Dec 16th-Dec 20th
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
for a fun filled week

Registration starts Dec. 5th 2019

Located at the Fall 2019
Fitness and Aquatic Center
FITNESS
at 1243 S. Riverside Ave. Rialto, CA 92376 &AQUATIC

Call for More Information
(909) 820-2611

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Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center FITNESS 1243 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto, CA 92376
&AQUATIC Call (909) 820-2611 for more information
or visit, yourrialto.com/fitness-and-aquatic-center

PARTY IN PINK 

MAKE EVERY MOVE COUNT CHARITY EVENT 

Thursday, October 17th $10 per person
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
75% of the proceeds
Ages 14+ call for details. raised to support The
Zumba Global Research
Grant for Breast Cancer
Prevention, managed by

Susan G. Komen

GROUP EXERCISE COSTUME THEME DAYS
Exercise in CostumeAllfundsraisedtosupport
The Zumba Global Research Grant for
NOW!

Breast Cancer Prevention, managed by

Susan G. Komen.

• Family-friendly/non-offensive attire only.

• NO MASKS of any kind.

• Must have proper fitness shoes.

• Must be able to exercise in costume. No dresses, capes,
materials or objects that can strike another guest.

Tuesday, October 29th
Wednesday, October 30th

3 Specials Open Friday,
November 29th
7:00 a.m. to
You Cannot Pass Up! 12:00 p.m.

yourrialto.com $0.00 JOINING FEE SPECIAL! 30 30FOR Bring your friend and join
$ us for our 2019 TURKEY
Only pay first month’s dues at signing! (A $40.00 savings!) DAYS BURN: 90 Minute Calorie
Burnin’ Dance Party
ANYTIME GROUP EX CLASS ONE TIME TRIAL PASS Saturday, November 30th
PASS ON SALE FOR JUST $20! $5.00 current fitness center
Full facility access, including group members $10 non-members.
Limit 3 per customer exercise classes, cardio equipment, weight
Enjoy all of our group exercise classes for one month. equipment, racquetball courts, and the pool.

Available to new members only.

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FITNESS Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center

&AQUATIC

Holiday2019
Food & Toy Drive
Starting Friday, November 15th to Sunday, December 8th
Join the Rialto Fitness and Aquatic Fitness Center

in DONATING TOYS and FOOD to local families in need,
and you can JOIN Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center for FREE!

Here’s how it works! (9C0a9ll)U8s2T0o-d2a6y1! 1
OfferDEexcpi8rtehs 3:00 p.m.,
The “Hearts to Share” program is 2019
dedicated to helping Rialto families who
are less fortunate during the holiday
season, and you can help too!

For every $1.00 you spend on NEW toys
and/or non-perishable food (receipt
required) that you bring in, Rialto Fitness
& Aquatic Center will credit you $4.00
towards your initiation fee! For example,
our initiation fee is $40.00. If you spend
just $10.00 on toys, your initiation fee will
be reduced to zero ($0)! Stop by today.

1243 S. Riverside Avenue, Rialto, CA 92376 Fall 2019
(Two blocks north of the 10 freeway)

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Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center FITNESS $29
ANYTIME
&AQUATIC
PASS
1243 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto, CA 92376
One month
Call (909) 820-2611 for more information pass valid
or visit, yourrialto.com/fitness-and-aquatic-center for all group
exercise classes.
GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

yourrialto.comLOW-MEDIUM INTENSITY Yoga Fitness

CardioFit Tu/ Th, 7:00 p.m. - 7:50 p.m.
Based on the precepts of Hatha Yoga, this class includes basic
Mon/Wed, 8:00 a.m. - 8:50 a.m. and intermediate postures (asanas) to enhance balance,
This class combines medium-intensity Hi/Lo and step aerobics flexibility and strength. Fundamental breathing exercises
with stretching, muscle toning and abdominal work. It’s an (pranayama) are practiced. For beginning to advanced levels.
excellent workout for those returning to exercise after a period
of inactivity. For beginning to intermediate levels. Zumba

Chair Yoga Tu/Wed/Th/Sat, 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
Mon/Wed, 7:30 p.m. - 8:20 p.m.
Mon, 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. Tu/Th, 8:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m.
Are you looking to improve your muscular flexibility? Do you Friday, 6:30 p.m. - 7:20 p.m.
wake up in the morning with a stiff neck or other various aches This is an aerobic workout that fuses Latin rhythms and easy to
and pains? Come visit our Chair Yoga class, which will take you follow Latin dance moves to create a low-to-medium intensity
through a variety of stretches and poses aimed at improving workout.
flexibility and avoiding injuries like muscle strains and sprains.
Zumba Toning*
Pilates
Mon/Wed, 6:30 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. | Tu/Th, 8:30 p.m. - 9:20 p.m.
Tu/Th, 8:00 a.m.- 8:50 a.m. Take Zumba to the next level? Then come join us at our new
This class takes the principle of resistance training and combines Zumba Toning class! You will enjoy the familiar Latin vibes of
it with the time-tested benefits of Pilates. Instructor directs our Zumba classes with added resistance from your custom
participants in the use of fitness bands for a fast, effective Toning Sticks (not provided). Come tone up!
strength-training and body-shaping workout. Pilates increases
flexibility, strength, stamina and reducing stiffness. MEDIUM-HIGH INTENSITY

Senior Fitness Aerobics Total Body

Mon/Wed/Fri, 10:15 a.m. - 11:05 a.m. Mon/Wed, 5:30 p.m. - 6:20 p.m.
This class is designed for the young-at-heart mature adult. Have Wed, 6:00 a.m. - 6:50 a.m.
fun while you exercise to music, on your feet or in your seat! It For those who like variety in their exercise program, this
includes a mix of low impact aerobics, arm muscle conditioning, class incorporates strength training alternating with high
cool-down and static stretching. intensity cardiovascular segments (Hi/Lo, step, jogging/power
walking). Great for fat burning!
Aqua Fitness
Indoor Cycling
Mon - Sat, 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. & Tu/Th, 6:00 p.m. - 6:50 p.m.
A great workout in the pool for swimmers, non-swimmers, those Tu/Th, 6:00 p.m. -6:50 p.m.
just starting to exercise or anyone wanting to cross train without Performed on a specially designed bike called a Spinner, this
stress to the joints. The low-impact cardio-vascular movements class combines cycling movements with motivational coaching,
and muscular endurance/strength training exercises make this breathing, and heart rate control exercises. Burn up to 500
class a great workout for adults of all ages. calories in 40 minutes of non-impact cardiovascular exercise.
This is an effective workout for all fitness levels.
SilverSneakers® Classic
FACILITY CLOSURES
Tu/Th, 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. Halloween, Thursday, October 31st , Open 5:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (modified hours)
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises Veteran’s Day, Monday, November 11th
designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28th
and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic November 29th, 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (modified hours)
tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 7th
chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24th
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New Year’s Day, Wednesday, January 1st

Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center Fall 2019Enrollment is every 6 weeks.

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Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Instructors
Needed!

yourrialto.comContract Classes Contact Us
Today
• ADULT BOOT CAMP/
PERSONAL TRAINING (909) 421-4949
• YOUTH WATER POLO [email protected]
• YOUTH NUTRITION www.yourrialto.com
• YOUTH TENNIS

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amily Health Services ECxopmlomruenthitey Center Community Center

FAMILY HEALTHF 214 N. Palm Ave, Rialto, CA 92376
SERVICES YOUNG MARINES
Fall 2019
(909) 820-2660 • Suite 504 (909) 654-4728 • Suite 501
By Appointment www.youngmarines.com • [email protected]
www.RialtoFamilyHealthServices.com Meets Friday Evenings @ 6 pm
The Young Marines is a 501(c)3 non-profit youth education and service program for
Back on Track Project boys and girls, ages 8 through completion of high school. The Young Marines promotes
the mental, moral, and physical development of its members. The program focuses on
Provides coaching and mentoring to adults character building, leadership, and promotes a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. The Young
with penal codes violations through the Marines is the premier youth organization in its Drug Demand Reduction Efforts.
process of expungement.
RIALTO CHILD ASSISTANCE
Veterans Program
(909) 875-0141 • Suite 301
Provides assistance to Veterans and family Mondays, 1:00-3:00 pm / 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 1:00-3:00 pm
members in obtaining benefits The non-profit helps provide food and other supplies for families of students in the Rialto
Unified School District and works with the school district to identify the children who need
Healthy Minds help. Currently, the group feeds more than 100 families through its food program.

Helping families with the challenge of MADD
mental illness
(714) 838-6199 x. 6659 • www.maddcalifornia.org
We Care Companions/Caregiver By Appointment
Support Services The Rialto Community Center is proud to host the MADD Victim Impact Panels. The
purpose of the Victim Impact Panel (VIP) program is to help drunk and drugged driving
Assists mature adults and the disabled offenders to recognize and internalize the lasting and long-term effects of substance-
with downsizing, residential placement impaired driving. The classes seek to create an empathy and understanding of the tragedy,
assistance, home visitation, and safety leave a permanent impression that leads to changes in thinking and behaviour and
check. prevents future offenses. At a VIP, victims, survivors and others impacted by substance-
impaired driving crashes speak briefly about the crash in which they were injured and/or a
Moving Forward Child loved one was killed or injured. They share a first-person account of how the crash impacts
Development Program their lives.

Provides screening for Autism, ADHD, TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL
Obesity and Developmental Disabilities
in children, and provides resources and (909) 816-1239 • www.toastmasters.org
referrals for caregivers. Tuesdays @ 7:00 am • Rialto Fire Station #202 (1700 N. Riverside Ave., Rialto)
(909) 354-7676
Cooking and Shopping for Life 1st & 3rd Thursday of the Month @ 6:15 pm
Rialto Community Center (214 N. Palm Ave., Rialto)
Provides education for consumers on how Are you stuck for words? Speaking on interviews?
to shop locally, and prepare meals for people Presentations for work? Try Toastmasters today!
with special dietary needs and restrictions.
• Improve your communication skills
• Develop your leadership skills
• Sharpen your thinking and listening skills
• Build your self-confidence

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Tom Sawyer Pool 2

Registration Information REGISTRATION DATES CLASS DATES

Saturday & Sunday Classes: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. October 12-13 M/W 10/14-11/6
152 E. San Bernardino Ave., Rialto, CA 92376 (no class 10/31) T/TH 10/15-11/7*
CLASSES OPEN UNTIL FULL (Cash, Check and Visa/MC Accepted) SA 10/19-11/9
SWIM LESSONS RETURN FEBRUARY 2020 SU 10/20-11/10

(909) 820-2633 & (909) 820-2611 November 9-10 M/W 11/13-11/20*
(2-week session only, T/TH 11/12-11/21
Please Note: Class times may vary depending on level and demand. no class 11/11) SA 11/16-11/23
Weekday classes are between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm, Saturday and SU 11/17-11/24
Sunday classes are between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm.

RECREATION SWIM* LAP SWIM*
Public Swim Members & Walk-Ins

Youth (3-17): $3.00/session • Adults(18+): $4.00/session Youth (3-17): $5.00/day • Adults(18+): $9.00/day
• other passes available for purchase • • other passes available for purchase •

Hours Effective September 1, 2019 to November 30, 2019 Hours Effective September 1, 2019 to November 30, 2019

Hours subject to change without notice Hours subject to change without notice

Monday/Wednesday 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday/Wednesday 6:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Friday 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Saturday 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Friday 6:00 a.m.- 8:00 a.m.
Hours Effective December 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Hours subject to change without notice

Friday 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.

Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Sunday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

HOLIDAY POOL HOURS Hours Effective December 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020

HALLOWEEN Thursday, October 31, 2019 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Hours subject to change without notice
CLOSED
yourrialto.com THANKSGIVING Thursday, November 28 2019 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Monday/Wednesday/Friday 6:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.
Friday, November 29, 2019 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

HOLIDAY PARADE Saturday, December 7, 2019 CLOSED Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
WINTER CLOSURE *NOTICE* Pool closure scheduled between December 16, 2019 through Saturday/Sunday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
January 6, 2020 for pool maintenance and rehabilitation.

Proper swim suits required. Children under 7 years old need to be in the water with an adult (18+).
Youth 7-12 need to be accompanied by an adult at all times. Drop off is prohibited.

42 * RECREATION AND LAP SWIM HOURS AND PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

Come Join Us! Tom Sawyer Pool
Go Sea Turtles Grow!

Rialto Sea Turtles is a
swimming club that prepares
novice swimmers, and
swimmers who have been
taking swimming lessons to the
limit and are looking for something
more. We’re here to train those for the
sport of competitive swimming.

LOCATION & INFO: Two Leagues: AQUA Monday – Saturday
Tom Sawyer Pool FITNESS 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
(909) 820-2633 • USA Eastern Region yearly
COACHED BY: • SCSL Winter League
Varonica Bryant

HIGH ENERGY
AQUA FITNESS

Tuesday/Thursday
6:00 p.m.- 6:50 p.m.

Evening class will be ending November 2019
Class time subject to change without notice at bottom

BECOME A LIFEGUARD

LIFEGUARDING/ JR. LIFEGUARD Fall 2019
TITLE 22 PROGRAM PROGRAM

Ages 15+ Ages 11-14

$275 $85

includes Lifeguard/CPR/AED & First Aid for includes t-shirt, whistle & certificate of
Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) completion. This is NOT for lifeguard/CPR/

Must Pass Pre-Test AED/First Aid Certification.

Register Today! Swim Test:
Saturday, December 14th
Call 909.820.2633
at 9:00 a.m.
Class scheduled to start first day.

Courses located at 43
152 E. San Bernardino Ave. Rialto 92376

Youth Classes YOUTH Piano

SPECIAL INTEREST This class focus is on piano music theory, keyboard anatomy, correct hand/finger positioning,
tri-chords, scales and basic sight reading. Students must furnish their own keyboards
(Yamaha, Casio, etc.). A $13 supply fee includes the basic piano book which is due and
payable on the 1st day of class. Book may be ordered on-line.

Chinese Kung Fu Instructor, Chuck Galley
Martial Arts & Self Defense
Location: Community Center, Room 404
6-Week
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
A class for those interested in realistic real world self-defense. We have classes tailored for 7:30-8:45 p.m. $42/$47
children and adults. Students will learn striking ground fighting, joint locks, escapes from 8+ Years 11/4-12/9 M
holds and weapon defense. A great way to get in shape while you learn something that
could save your life. Uniform is required and may be purchased from instructor. Receive a $15 Ballet Folklorico
discount for each additional child, veterans and adults over 55 years.
Dancers will learn folkloric dances along with the culture of Mexico through various dances,
Instructor, Ben Ortega music, routines, costumes, make-up and gritos. Beginning class teaches step by step
movement of dances, posture, balance, and develops self-confidence. Intermediate class
Location: Community Center, Room 402 builds on beginning steps. It shows discipline, rhythm patterns, footwork and arm/turns
routines. Advanced class focuses on choreography and execution of various footwork/body
Monthly techniques. All adults are welcome to join! Instructor approval for teens joining advanced
Age Start Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR level.

4-11 Years 10/4, 11/4, 12/2 M 6:30-7:15 p.m. $65/$75
Tu/Th 5:30-6:15 p.m.
F 6:00-6:45 p.m. $65/$75
12+ Years 10/4, 10/5, M/W 7:30-8:15 p.m. Location: Community Center
10/7, 11/2, 11/4, 12/2, 12/7 Tu,Th 6:30-7:30 p.m.
F 7:00-8:00 p.m. Beginning
9:00-10:00 a.m.
Sat Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
5+ Years 10/7, 11/4-11/20, M/W 5:45-6:45 p.m. $35/$40
YOUTH 12/2-12/20

MUSIC & DANCE Intermediate Day Time Fee Res/NR
M/W 6:45-7:45 p.m. $35/$40
Age Dates
5+ Years 10/7, 11/4-11/20,
12/2-12/20

(GBBauesitgsai&rn,UnEilkneucglter-lieIcn,Itnesrtmruecdtiioatne Levels) Advanced Day Time Fee Res/NR
M/W 7:45-8:45 p.m. $35/$40
Class ranges from beginning guitar to intermediate levels. The class will focus on proper Age Dates
fingering, learning basic to intermediate chords, playing chord progressions and songs, 13+ Years 10/7, 11/4-11/20,
counting properly, timing, major and minor scales, sight reading, fret anatomy, music 12/2-12/20
theory, tuning and ear training. Students must furnish their own tunable instruments and
equipment.

yourrialto.com Instructor, Chuck Galley
Location: Community Center, Room 404

Beginning to Intermediate Levels

Learn basic major, minor chords, scales, fingering, timing, reading, charts and songs.

6-Week
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR

8+ Years 11/4-12/9 M 6:00-7:15 p.m. $42/$47

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ADULT DANCE Adult Classes

Line Dancing Belly Dancing

Heart and Soul Line dance instructors invite you to Join the party! Students will explore Put yoga to music and enhance the fluid movement of your body. Class includes stretching
beginner to intermediate levels of line dances that are performed to Motown, R&B, Gospel, exercise, finger cymbals, veil work, choreography, dance combinations and musical
Salsa, Jazz, and Country music throughout the nation at family reunions, weddings, and at interpretation. A supply fee of $15 is due to the instructor at the first class for finger cymbals.
“the club.” No partner is needed for this low-impact exercise for the mind and body.
Instructor, Catharae Smith
Instructor, Heart and Soul Line Dance Staff
Location: Senior Center, Rialto Room
Mixed Levels (Grace Vargas Senior Center)
Belly Dancing – Beginning
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
18+ Years 10/8, 11/5-11/19, T 9:00-10:00 a.m. $17/$22 4-Week
12/3-12/17 W 9:00-10:00 a.m. $17/$22 Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
18+ Years 10/9, 11/6-11/20,
12/4-12/18 15+ Years 10/3-10/24 Th 7:00-7:55 p.m. $40/$45
$30/$35
15+ Years 11/7-11/21 Th 7:00-7:55 p.m. $30/$35

Mixed Levels (Community Center) 15+ Years 12/5-12/19 Th 7:00-7:55 p.m. 4-Week
Fee Res/NR
Belly Dancing – Intermediate
$40/$45
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR (Please see instructor prior to registering) $30/$35
18+ Yrs 10/9, 11/6-11/20, $30/$35
12/4-12/18 W 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $22/$27
18+ Yrs 10/3, 11/7-11/21, Age Dates Day Time 4-Week
12/5-12/19 Fee Res/NR
Th 7:00-8:00 p.m. $22/$27 15+ Years 10/3-10/24 Th 6:00-6:55 p.m.
$40/$45
15+ Years 11/7-11/21 Th 6:00-6:55 p.m. $30/$35
$30/$35
Absolute Beginners 1-Day Class 15+ Years 12/5-12/19 Th 6:00-6:55 p.m.
(Grace Vargas Senior Center)
Belly Dancing – Advanced

Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR (Please see instructor prior to registering)
18+ Years 10/1 T 9:00-10:00 a.m. $6/$8
18+ Years 10/2 W 9:00-10:00 a.m. $6/$8 Age Dates Day Time

15+ Years 10/3-10/24 Th 8:00-8:55 p.m.

Absolute Beginners 1-Day Class 15+ Years 11/7-11/21 Th 8:00-8:55 p.m.
(Community Center)
15+ Years 12/5-12/19 Th 8:00-8:55 p.m.

Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
18+ Years 10/3 Th 7:00-8:00 p.m. $8/$10

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Adult Classes

Ballet Folklorico D.I.Y. Solar Installation

Dancers will learn folkloric dances along with the culture of Mexico through various dances, Learn to install your own Home Solar System and save a lot of money in cost! Learn
music, routines, costumes, make-up and gritos. Beginning class teaches step by step electrical safety, series and parallel connection. Ohm’s Law and more!
movement of dances, posture, balance, and develops self-confidence. Intermediate class
builds on beginning steps. It shows discipline, rhythm patterns, footwork and arm/turns Location: Community Center
routines. Advanced class focuses on choreography and execution of various footwork/body 4 Week
techniques. All adults are welcome to join! Instructor approval for teens joining advanced Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR
level.
18+Years 10/5-10/26 Sat 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. $102/$107

18+Years 11/2-11/23 Sat 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. $102/$107

Location: Community Center Become A California Notary Public

Advanced This state-approved class satisfies the mandatory education requirement needed prior to
appointment or reappointment. Includes required passport quality photo. Participants must
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR bring valid ID (current driver license, CA ID Card or US Passport). In addition, a $30 payment
13+ Years 10/7-10/30, M/W 7:45-8:45 p.m. $35/$40 is due to the instructor for supplies.
11/4-11/20, 12/2-12/20

ADULT Instructor, Imperial Notary Services

SPECIAL INTEREST Location: Community Center 1-Day
Fee Res/NR
Age Dates Day Time
$89/$94
18+ Years 10/23, 12/11 W 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Chinese Kung Fu
Martial Arts & Self Defense

A class for those interested in realistic real world self-defense. We have classes tailored for
children and adults. Students will learn striking ground fighting, joint locks, escapes from
holds and weapon defense. A great way to get in shape while you learn something that
could save your life. Uniform is required and may be purchased from instructor. Receive a $15
discount for each additional child, veterans and adults over 55 years.

Instructor, Ben Ortega

Location: Community Center, Room 402 Monthly
Fee Res/NR
Age Start Dates Day Time
12+ Years 10/2 M/W 7:30-8:30 p.m. $65/$75
11/4, 12/2 Tu,Th 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Sat 9:00-10:00 a.m.
F 7:00-8:00 p.m.

yourrialto.com
Register Online at

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Adult Classes

HHOOMMEEBOUWYNEERR/

WORKSHOPS

First-Time Homebuyer Workshop

Navigating through the Home buying process: Preparation in purchasing various
property types. (SFR, Condos, 2-4 units, apartments); credit worthiness; loan origination
requirements; debt-to-income ratios; Various Loan Programs (FHA, Conventional, VA) and
their requirements will be discussed. First-time Homebuyer programs (CHDAP, Sapphire,
HomeReady) and their requirements will be discussed, Purchasing after a BK, Foreclosures,
Short-sale will be discussed. ***SPACE IS LIMITED***

Instructor - Christian R Gastelum, Broker 01371788 NMLS #926464 DRE #01371788

Location: Community Center

1-Day
Age Dates Day Time Fee Res/NR

18+ Years 10/3 Th 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $40/$40

INSTRUCTORS Winter / SprinFagll22001199
WANTED

Do you have a special
skill or hobby and would

like to teach a class or
workshop?

Contact Rialto
Community Services

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Youth Sports YOUTH SPORTS For all City of Rialto Sports information
Visit: www.teamsideline.com/rialto

LITTLE TOTS Sports

This program provides 3-5 year olds with a fun and exciting environment to
experience sports for the first time. During the first five weeks, participants learn
fundamental skills, and games are played in the final two weeks of the program.
Parent participation is highly encouraged. Each participant will receive a t-shirt and
trophy. No registration will be accepted after the second session.

Lil Tots Variety Sports (Rialto Community Center)

Registration: 10/26/19 (No session 2/1/2020)

Parent Meeting: 1/8/2020, 6:00 p.m.

Age Season Day Time Fee Res/NR
3-5 Years 1/11/20-2/15/20 Sat 8:00 - 8:45 a.m. $60/$65

yourrialto.com YOUTH
SPORTS

O R G A N I Z AT I O N S

Offering youth sports programs
in the City of Rialto

No. Rialto Little League

909.566.2444

Rialto Park Little League

Irene Mendoza • 909.289.4071

Rialto Girls Softball

909.278.5071
www.rialtogirlssoftball.org

Junior All American Football

Pres. Albert Arceo • 626.549.7126
leaguelineup.com/rialtopanthers

E. Rialto Little League

Julia Garcia • 909.873.1013

Rialto Youth Soccer

Lance Diaz • 909.419.6140
www.rialtoyouthsoccer.com

Rialto Pony League

Lucy Flores • 909.214.0467

These organizations are operated Practices: Sundays from 12:30 p.m.
under the by-laws of parent organizations not affiliated
with Rialto Recreation or the City of Rialto.
Established in 2014, the Rialto Pride is our Division 1 (ages 2005-2003) Travel

Basketball Team. This team will participate in tournaments throughout the

inland empire. The team plays approximately six 2-day tournaments spanning

the I.E. Participants must be prepared to travel from Upland to Beaumont.

48 Seasons vary, please call (909) 421-4949 for more information.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Youth Sports

Girls Volleyball Division Age Groups
Division 1: ages 12-15 years
Division 2: ages 8-11 years

Girls Volleyball (Spring)

Regular Registration: 11/11/2019

Skills Assessment: Division 2 at 6:00 p.m., 1/9/2020
Skills Assessment: Division 1 at 6:00 p.m., 1/10/2020

Coach Meeting: 1/6/2020

Registration
Season Day Time Fee Res/NR

1/31/20-4/10/20 Fri Evenings $75/$85

Girls Volleyball (Summer) WANTED

Regular Registration: 3/16/2020 VOLUNTEER
Skills Assessment: Division 2 at 6:00 p.m., 5/14/2020 COACHES
Skills Assessment: Division 1 at 6:00 p.m., 5/15/2020
Ask for information when registering.
Coach Meeting: 5/11/2020
Open Gym
Registration
Season Day Time Fee Res/NR Basketball

6/5/20-8/14/20 Fri Evenings $75/$85 Sundays
4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
RIALTO CO-ED JR. NBA
YOUTH BASKETBALL 49

Youth Basketball Age Groups (2019)

Division 2: ages 12-14 Division 4: ages 8 -9

Division 3: ages 10-11 Division 5: ages 5-7

Youth Basketball (Spring)

Regular Registration: 11/11/2019
Skills Assessment: 1/11/2020, Div. 2, 10:00 a.m.

Div. 3, 12:00 p.m. • Div. 4, 2:00 p.m.

Parent Meetings: 1/18/2020, Div. 5 & 4, 6:00 p.m. • Div. 3 & 2, 7:00 p.m.
Coach Meeting: 1/4/2020, 2:00 p.m.

Registration
Season Day Fee Res/NR

2/1/20-4/11/20 Sat $75/$85

Youth Basketball (Summer)

Regular Registration: 3/16/2020
Skills Assessment: 5/16/2020, Div. 2, 10:00 a.m.

Div. 3, 12:00 p.m. • Div. 4, 2:00 p.m.

Parent Meetings: 5/13/2020, Div. 5 & 4, 6:00 p.m. • Div. 3 & 2, 7:00 p.m.
Coach Meeting: 5/9/2020, 2:00 p.m.

Registration
Season Day Fee Res/NR

6/6/20- 8/15/20 Sat $75/$85

For all City of Rialto Sports information Fall 2019

Visit: www.teamsideline.com/rialto

T.E.A.M. Program T.E.A.M. PROGRAM

yourrialto.com “Getting Results for Youth facing Challenges”

MENTORING|GANG INTERVENTION|EDUCATION, TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT|CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES|GROUP THERAPY

City of Rialto
City of Colton
City of San Bernardino

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

The T.E.A.M. Program utilizes a wraparound service model to provide mental health services and substance abuse
treatment to youth offenders in the cities of San Bernardino, Colton, and Rialto.

The program’s goal is to focus on Community rehabilitation by connecting youth and their families with local
resources and service providers.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 Participants must live in or attend school in the Service Areas
 Must be 14-17 years of age
 Must have been arrested, charged with or convicted of a criminal offense; or on probation
 Must have a history of mental health issues and or substance abuse disorder

(909) 881-6146

For General Information
Please Contact our T.E.A.M.

[email protected] | (909) 421-4949

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