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Published by rialtonetwork, 2021-01-04 12:30:35

Rialto Progress Winter/Spring 2021

Rialto Progress Winter/Spring 2021

WINTER/SPRING 2021

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
Rafael Trujillo...............................................................................................................................................Council Member
Andy Carrizales...........................................................................................................................................Council Member
Karla Perez...................................................................................................................................................Council Member
Barbara A. McGee............................................................................. City Clerk / Director of Management Services
Edward J. Carrillo.............................................................................................................................................City Treasurer
Sean Grayson......................................................................................................................................Acting City Manager
Stephen Erlandson.......................................................................................................................... Deputy City Manager
Eric Vail.................................................................................................................................................Interim City Attorney
Mark P. Kling..........................................................................................................................................................Police Chief
Bob Chandler......................................................................................................................... Interim Director of Finance
Angela McCray................................................................................................................. Director of Human Resources
Brian Park....................................................................................................................................................Interim Fire Chief
Michael Tahan..............................................................................................................Interim Director of Public Works
Karen Peterson...................................................................................Acting Director of Community Development

City Council Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 6:30p.m.

yourrialto.com CABLE ADVISORY COMMISSION NEIGHBORHOOD & HOUSING TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
Oscar Samuel Hinojosa Jr. PRESERVATION & BEAUTIFICATION Allan Kirst
Daniel E. Peeden COMMISSION Joshua Holeman
Joe Lyons Joanne T. Gilbert Kelvin Moore
Roy Mason Linda Goffney Johan S. Rodriguez
Meeting Information: Shelanda Langdon Stacy Augustine
3rd Monday – 6:30 pm Jennifer L. Morris Vacant
Responsible Department: Theresa Schneider Vacant (Student Commissioner)
City Clerk/Management Services Vacant (Student Commissioner) Meeting Information:
(909) 820-2519 Meeting Information: 1st Wednesday – 6:00 pm
3rd Wednesday – 6:00 pm Responsible Department: Public Works
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION Responsible Department: (909) 421-7279
William Richard Brown III Development Services (909) 421-7246
Judy Combs UTILITIES COMMISSION
Karen Lozano PLANNING COMMISSION Richard Chitwood
Lino Martinez Dale Estvander June Hayes
Channing T. Hawkins, Sr. Frank Gonzalez Kevin Carlson Kobbe
Brenda Parker Artist Gilbert Barbara Zrelak - Rickman
Vacant Jerry Gutierrez James Shields
Student Commissioner - Vacant John A. Peukert Vacant (Student Commissioner)
Meeting Information: Al H. Twine Meeting Information:
2nd Monday – 6:30 pm BarBara L. Chavez 3rd Tuesday – 6:00 pm
Responsible Department: Vacant (Student Commissioner) Responsible Department: City Admin
City Clerk/Management Services Meeting Information: (909) 820-2525, ext. 2062
(909) 820-2519 2nd & last Wednesday – 6:00 pm
Responsible Department: RECREATION COMMISSION
MOBILE HOME RENT Community Development Joe Britt
REVIEW COMMISSION (909) 421-7246 James Maldonado
Barbara Blackston Janice A. Morrison
Sara Garcia HISTORICAL PRESERVATION John Silva
Carole D. Sharp COMMISSION Scott Robert Sparks
Robert Wilson Albert Calderon Jose M. Aparicio
Vacant Paul Adam Verdugo Noemy Clara
Meeting Information: Suzanne T. Chitwood Vacant (Student Commissioner)
As Needed Lisa L. Bartley Meeting Information:
Responsible Department: Tina Meyer 1st Tuesday – 6:30 pm
City Clerk/Management Services Vacant (Student Commissioner) Responsible Department:
(909) 820-2519 Meeting Information: Community Services
4th Monday – 6:00 pm (909) 421-4949
Responsible Department:
Community Development (909) 820-2505

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A Community Message Acting City Manager’s Message

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Table of Contents Rialto Progress Contents Help Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19

City Message...........................................................................3 Page 7
City Contacts...........................................................................5 SStayy66ffeeeettffrroommotohtehresrs
Important Resources............................................................6
Covid 19 Information & Testing.........................................7 WWeeaarraammaasskk City of Rialto
Battle of the Badges..............................................................8
Military Banner Program.....................................................9 MILITARY
Farmers Market.................................................................... 10
Passport Day in Rialto........................................................ 12 BANCNityEoRf PRRiasbOlctoovGid1R9.coAmM
Memorial Day Tribute........................................................ 13 MILITARYThe City of Rialto is honored to be home of men and women
Virtual Community Services............................................ 14 who serve or have served our coDuinstrpy.ose of
Senior Services..................................................................... 15 used gloves
Advertise with Us................................................................ 16 BANNER PROGRAMCriteria:
Library Resources................................................................ 18 and masksActive Duty, Retired, Reserved, Completed Service
Garage Sales......................................................................... 20 Current or former Rialto resident OR a relative of a Rialto resident
Earth Day............................................................................... 22 Wash your hands often in the trashH oCwomtTophleOetCeriddtyeoorrdf:weRhriaoflotsoremirsvehoonrohraevdetosebrevehdomouer
Hazardous Waste................................................................ 25 of men and women
Park Clean-Up Days............................................................ 26 country.
Park Ambassadors.............................................................. 27
CritPehroiato:graph of the service person in military uniform - 5x7 or larger.

Activ6e00Dudtpyi,oRrehtiirgehde,rR. eserved, Completed Service
Current or former Rialto resident OR a relative of a Rialto resident

Page 9 Payment by Cash, Check or Money-Order in the amount of $350.

HowMatodeOPradyearb:le to City of Rialto.
 Completed order form
 This includes the permanent two-sided banner, brackets and cost of installatio
 Photograph of the service person in military uniform - 5x7 or larger.

APPLICATIONR i a l60t0odpiCor ohigmherm. u n i t y S e r v i c e s
 Paym&entRbyi Caasl ht, oCheNck eor tMwoneoy-rOrkder in the amount of $350.
Made Payablpe tro eCitsy oef Rniatltos.

 This includes the pFeirrsmt anent two-sided banner, braMc.Ik. ets and cost of installation.
- vComirmutnituy Caentler-FullName:
Address: Last
Street Address APPLICATION Apartment/Unit #

Full Name:City State ZIP Code
Phone: (Last ) First EmMa.Ii.l:

Address: Military Honoree InformationApartment/Unit #
Street Address

Full Name: City State ZIP Code
Phone: ( ) Email:

*The spelling of the Honoree’s name will be taken directly froMm thilisitaapprlicyatioHn.oThne olettreerineg ofItnhefnoamrme anadtmioilitanry branch will be sized to fit the personalization area on the banner.
BRANCH OF MILITARY SERVICE

F☐ull NamARe:MY ☐ MARINE CORPS ☐ NAVY

☐ AAIRrFtOsRC&E Crafts Educa☐tionCOAST GUARD Kids Books
*The spelling of the Honoree’s name will be taken directly from this application. The lettering of the name and military branch will be sized to fit the personalization area on the banner.

BRANCH OF MILITARY SERVICE ☐ MARFINoEr CmOoRrPeSinformation or if you wi☐sh to sNpoAVnYsor a banner
City of Rialto
Att☐n.: MilAitRaMryYBanner Program Page 14(☐909) [email protected] or visit our website at yourrialto.com
150☐S. PalAmIRAFvOeR.CE
Rialto, CA 92376

CAitttyn.o:fMRiiFlaitlitaotrny Beasnsner Program Active MiFnordm&oreBinofodrmyation oSr pifoyorutwsish to sponsor a banner

150 S. Palm Ave. (909) 820-2519 [email protected] or visit our website at yourrialto.com

Rialto, CA 92376

Virtual Field Trips Special Events Follow Us
& Contests

We’ve Gone Digital!

yourrialto.com

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C Find Content from

Frisbie Park The City, Rialto Community Services,
and our partner in Virtual Services
4 yourrialto.com
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City Contacts and Departments

City of Rialto
City Manager............................................................909-820-2689
Mayor and Council.................................................909-820-2689
Community Compliance......................................909-820-8070

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

Human Resources City's expanded services days
Personnel .................................................................909-820-2540
Risk Management..................................................909-820-2540 NOW OPEN Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
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

Community Development
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 Winter / Spring 2021
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
Utilities/Water Conservation/Rebate Programs Cemetery Information..........................................909-820-2522
Information...........................................909-820-2525, ext. 2062 *Funded by Rialto’s Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

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Important Resources CITY OF RIALTO RESPONDS

Important Resources

For the latest news and additional resources, visit www.YourRialto.com,
or call the numbers below for more information.

YourRialto.com Public Information Stay Connected!
about Covid-19
Latest news and links via a message. Follow the City and
to various resources. our departments on
Updated daily.
social media.
(909) 820-2525
ext. 2099

Hours 24/7

Visit COVID-19 COVID-19
sbcovid19.com Testing Sites Hotline
sbcovid19.com/
For Covid-19, San testing-sites (909) 387-3911
Bernardino County
related information. Find testing sites Monday through
in San Bernardino Friday

County 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

yourrialto.com Visit Food Assistance Senior
covid19.ca.gov Program Information
& Assistance
For updates from the sbcovid19.com/
State and Governor. food-assistance Hotline
1-800-510-2020

Monday-Friday
8:30am-5pm

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COVID-19 Testing Site COVID-19

It’s Easy. It’s Free. It Helps • No Symptoms
Required
Rialto Carl Johnson Center
214 N. Palm Ave., Rialto • Face Coverings
Monday - Saturday are Required
9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Appointments are highly recommended
Walk-Ins will experience longer wait times

To make an appointment, visit www.sbcovid19.com/testing-sites/

For directions on how to register, call 909-387-3911.

Help Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
sbcovid19.com

Stay 6 feet Wash your hands often
from others

Dispose of Winter / Spring 2021
used gloves
Wear a mask and masks 7
in the trash

Battle of the Badges Blood Drive/Winter Safety Tips OF THE RIALTO POLICE & FIRE BLOOD DRIVE

BATTLE BADGES

Helping Save Lives
On and Off the Job

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5TH, 2021

10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

Grace Vargas Senior Center
1411 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto

Sign up online at www.redcrossblood.org enter sponsor code: rialtopd
For more information contact Officer DeLeon at [email protected]

Save up to 15 minutes at your donation with RapidPass.
Visit redcrossblood.org/RapidPass to learn more.

redcrossblood.org | 1-800-RED-CROSS

FIRE SAFE
Winter Safety Tips
Candle Safety
Home Heating Safety

yourrialto.com • Have a 3 foot “kid-free zone” around open fires and space heaters. • Blow out all candles when you leave
• Never use your oven to heat your home. the room or go to bed.
• Have a qualified professional install stationary space heating equipment,
• Keep candles at least 12 inches away
water heaters or central heating equipment according to the local codes and from anything that can burn.
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Have heating equipment and chimneys cleaned and inspected every year by a If you do burn candles, make sure to...
qualified professional. • Use candle holders that are sturdy, and
• Remember to turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to bed.
• Make sure the fireplace has a sturdy screen to stop sparks from flying into the won’t tip over easily.
room. Ashes should be cool before putting them in a metal container. Keep the • Never use a candle if oxygen is used in
container a safe distance away from your home.
• Test smoke alarms at least once a month. the home.
• Have flashlights and battery-powered

lighting ready to use during a power
outage. Never use candles.

Heating Equipment Smarts Source: www.nfpa.org/education

8 Install main CO alarms to avoid the risk of CO poisoning. If you smell gas in your
gas heater, do not light the appliance. Leave the home immediately and call your
fire department or gas company.

City of Rialto Military Banner Program

MILITARY

BANNER PROGRAM

The City of Rialto is honored to be home of men and women
who serve or have served our country.

Criteria:

Active Duty, Retired, Reserved, Completed Service
Current or former Rialto resident OR a relative of a Rialto resident

How to Order:

 Completed order form

 Photograph of the service person in military uniform - 5x7 or larger.
600 dpi or higher.

 Payment by Cash, Check or Money-Order in the amount of $350.
Made Payable to City of Rialto.

 This includes the permanent two-sided banner, brackets and cost of installation.

APPLICATION

Full Name: First M.I.

Last Apartment/Unit #

Address: State ZIP Code

Street Address Email:

City Military Honoree Information

Phone: ( )

Full Name:

*The spelling of the Honoree’s name will be taken directly from this application. The lettering of the name and military branch will be sized to fit the personalization area on the banner. Winter / Spring 2021

BRANCH OF MILITARY SERVICE

☐ ARMY ☐ MARINE CORPS ☐ NAVY
☐ AIR FORCE ☐ COAST GUARD

City of Rialto For more information or if you wish to sponsor a banner
Attn.: Military Banner Program (909) 820-2519 [email protected] or visit our website at yourrialto.com
150 S. Palm Ave.
Rialto, CA 92376

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Farmers Market All market staff, farmers and producers are dedicated to adhering to health and safety standards
and providing safe and reliable access to nutritious foods necessary for a healthy community.
yourrialto.com
Certified

We ask that people who are visiting the market to please follow the current
guidelines when shopping to help keep the market safe and running smoothly:

• Practice Social Distancing. Please do not crowd around the vendor booths. If someone is
at the booth, please wait, at least 6 ft. of distance until it’s your turn.

• Face Coverings. When visiting the market, it’s highly recommended that individuals wear
face coverings.

• Do Not Touch. We ask that you do not touch any food items. The vendors are more than
happy to bag your items for you.

• No Lingering. After completing your purchases please do not linger at that market.
We now have $10 Market Match when you
use your EBT or Pandemic Card.
Visit us at the Farmer’s Market for more
details. We accept WIC and SNAP

We look forward to seeing you every Wednesday!
Stay Healthy Rialto!

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SAVE The State of Women
THE
DATE

$10 Entry Fee

The State Of Women Winter / Spring 2021

Saturday, March 6th * 9:00am-1:00pm

City Clerk’s Office (909) 820-2519 [email protected] 11

Passport Day

Saturday, March 20, 2021

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
By Appointment Only

yourrialto.comCity Clerk’s Office Please bring the
290 W. Rialto Ave. Rialto, CA following information with you:

For more information call (909) 820-2519 Original certified birth certificate
yourrialto.com
or naturalization papers
12 are

Recent passport photos - 2x2

(may be taken at the City Clerk’s Office for $12

Completed DS-11 Form or DS-82

(available at the City Clerk’s Office)

Valid driver’s license or identification card

Payment by
check or money order ONLY.

Debit /Credit cards
will NOT be accepted.

Memorial Day Tribute

Monday, May 31, 2021 Winter / Spring 2021
10:00 am. – 1:00 p.m.

Rialto Park Cemetery—200 N. Willow Ave., Rialto

San Bernardino County Veterans Affairs
Get your Veteran ID Card that day
Just bring your Form DD-214

For More Event Information: (909) 820-2519

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Virtual Community Center Rialto Community Services
& Rialto Network

- vComirmutnituy Caentler-presents

Arts & Crafts Education Kids Books

Fitness Active Mind & Body Sports

Virtual Field Trips Special Events @RialtoNetwork
& Contests Follow Us

We’ve Gone Digital!

yourrialto.com Find Content from

The City, Rialto Community Services,
and our partner in Virtual Services

14 www.yourrialto.com/virutal-community-center

SENIOR SERVICES: Senior Services

Jar Insurance Services One-Source Insurance

SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM LEGAL SERVICES

Senior drive through meal distribution at Grace Vargas Senior Inland Counties Legal Services is available to assist Rialto and
Center each Wednesday from 10:00am-11:00am. Suggested Colton senior residents 60 years and older. Contact their Intake
donation: $3.00 per meal for 60 years and older, $7.00 per meal Department at 1 (888) 245-4257 or their senior line at 1(800)
for 59 years and younger. (5) frozen meals, ½ gallon milk, bread, 977-4257 to schedule a telephone appointment.
fruit and a desert. For information call (909) 877-1360.
SENIOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
HEALTHCARE INSURANCE PROVIDERS
The San Bernardino County Department of Aging & Adult
Pichardo Benefits Services, LLC Services Senior Information and Assistance Program provides
Mike Pichardo (909) 754-0441 information and assistance, referrals and resources to seniors.
For information call 1-800 510-2020.
One Source Insurance Services
Vaneisa Layton-Lowe (951) 219-1049 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION

United Healthcare Omnitrans Access Service is an Americans with Disabilities Act
Sandy Salcido (909) 559-8235 (ADA) mandated public transportation service for people unable
to independently use the fixed route bus service in South
Jar Insurance Services Western San Bernardino County for all or some of their trips. For
Claudia Vargas (626) 833-2702 additional Omnitans service information call (909) 383-1680.

AARP DRIVERS SAFETY CLASS

For those that need to renew their car insurance discount AARP
offers an online course for 25% discount.
www.aarpdriversafety.org
Promo code: for 25% discount: DRIVINGSKILLS
Discount good through February 28, 2021

Winter / Spring 2021

United Healthcare Pichardo Benefits

BUSINESS HOURS: Monday – Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 15

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Rialto Branch Library

BECOME A TUTOR AT THE
RIALTO BRANCH LIBRARY

Would you like to make a profound difference in the life of another person?

With basic literacy skills, you can become a literacy tutor at the Rialto Branch Library.
No previous teaching experience is required and training is available.

For more information, please visit the library or call (909) 875-0144

THE FRIENDS OF THE Winter / Spring 2021
RIALTO LIBRARY is a
non-profit group of volunteers 17
who raise money for the
Rialto Branch Library.
THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU
CAN HELP! Become a Friend
by volunteering your time with
the group, or make a monetary
donation at the library

For more information, call 909-875-0144

Library Resources SAN BERNARDINO Library Hours:
Tues-Thurs, 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
COUNTY Sat, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
until further notice

School and Homework Resources

Kids InfoBits – ABC Mouse–
This kid-friendly database contains Early literacy skills are disguised as fun
thousands of encyclopedia-like articles and games as early learners prepare
on the people, places, things, and for pre-k, kindergarten, and the early
events that kids need to know about for elementary grades.
their homework.
Educational Games for Kids
Books & Authors
An excellent resource to help the eager ClicTk eHesrteiTnogChe&ck OEutdOuurcNaewtieostnOnRlineefDeartaebnascee! Center
reader find a new book. Includes a
read-a-like search function and author TeIsnticnlgu&deEsducoavtieorn R3e0fe0renpcreaCcetnicteer tests for
biographies as well as book summaries. everything from the GED, to the SAT,is a start-to-finish resource with all the information and support materials

Opposing Viewpoints In Context – needed to make informed, confident decisions to shape the rest of your life.
An essential source of primary and much more!Get Free Study and Test Help in both English and Spanish for:
documents, statistics, images, video, High School - GED, AP, SAT, ACT
and audio perfect for researching every Graduate School - GRE, LSAT, MCATMedical Assisting
hot button social issue. Professional - ASVAB, Firefighter, Law Enforcement
Auto Repair /Collision Repair
Medium/Heavy Truck Repair
Cosmetology

Student Resources In Context –
This one stop online encyclopedia
includes articles and audio/visual
files on historical events and modern
happenings.

General Reference Center – Mango –
The student’s go to database for Learn over 70 different languages—
reference material on current events, including Spanish, ESL, French, and
pop culture, trending topics, and Pirate! Where will you Mango?
everything in between.

Biography In Context – Health and Wellness –
Contains over 600,000 biographies on Provides access to nearly 400 medical
the world’s most influential people. journals, pamphlets, and videos. Find
Search by name, ethnicity, occupation, answers to all your medical questions.
and more!

yourrialto.com San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools’ SBCL database tutorials at
http://www.sbcss.k12.ca.us/index.php/san-bernardino-county-library

Also thousands of books, magazines, CDs, audiobooks, and DVDs
in every branch—with more titles being added everyday!
Visit Us at www.sbclib.org today!

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SAN BERNARDINO Library Hours: Library Resources
Tues-Thurs, 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
COUNTY Sat, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
until further notice

eResources

Click here for eBooks, Digital Audiobooks, & More! OverDrive –

OverDrive offers eBooks, audiobooks, music and video to enjoy on your computer, smart phone, eReader or MP3 player. There’s Overdrive offers eBooks, audiobooks,
a large selection of titles available 24/7 from a customized digital media site for your library. All patrons need is a valid library card music and video to enjoy on your
to enjoy this free service. Titles automatically return themselves at the end of the lending period so there are never any late fees. computer, smart phone, eReader or
MP3 player. There’s a large selection of
If you like OverDrive, try exploring titles available 24/7 from a customized
the joys of e-reading with digital media site for your library.
Cloud Library.
Cloud Library –
Browse, borrow and read e-books.
Read or listen to one of our several
thousand ebooks and audiobook
titles—easy to use and free!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Ancestry –

Just added to our online databases! Learn about your ancestors for free
in the library! We provide the access,
Free access to Ancestry.com is only you discover your family’s secrets
available at your branch library and stories.
using your library card
Freegal –
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Garage Sales

Garage Sale

Rules and Regulations Reminder

yourrialto.com Please review the following regulations: Please be mindful of the
following rules for garage
Restrictions & Conditions sales in the City of Rialto:

A. Garage sales shall be conducted only during daylight hours. • No more than four (4) garage
sales per year, per location.
B. No property offered for sale at a garage sale shall be stored, displayed,
or offered for sale within public rights-of-way or on public property at • Maximum period of three (3)
any time. consecutive days, Friday -
Sunday.
C. Property offered for sale at a garage sale may be displayed in the front or
side yards of the premises where the sale is conducted. • Garage sale dates are not
rescheduled due to
D. All property to be sold at a garage sale shall be limited to used personal inclement weather.
property owned, utilized and maintained by the seller of property or
members of his/her family on or in connection with the premises where • Permits are not required.
the sale will be conducted or group of residences within the same
neighborhood. No new or used property acquired or consigned solely 2021 Schedule:
for the purposes of resale shall be displayed or offered for sale or trade. March 5, 6, 7
June 4, 5, 6
E. All merchandise offered for sale at a garage sale shall be made September 3, 4, 5
available for inspection by the city’s Community Compliance Division. If December 3, 4, 5
requested by the Community Compliance Division, the seller of property
conducting the garage sale shall produce evidence of title or ownership
to the merchandise offered for sale.

Advertising

A. No more than two (2) signs, not more than four square feet, shall be
permitted to be displayed on the property of the residence where the
garage sale is being conducted.

B. The posting of garage sale directional signs on public property, including,
but not limited to, parkways, greenbelts, bus benches, sidewalks, curbs,
vehicle safety poles, signs, and stanchions, or upon any parked vehicle
on a public street, alley, or parking lot, or upon utility poles is unlawful.
Directional signs not larger than eight hundred sixty-four square inches
may be placed on private property provided the person conducting the
garage sale has obtained the prior consent therefore from the owner or
occupant of the premises where the directional sign is placed. There shall
be no more than four such directional signs erected.

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CLCEoAmNm-UuPniDtyAYS Community Clean-Up Days
FREE TRASH & GREEN WASTE DISPOSAL

January 23rd • April 10th FREE
July 10th • October 23rd

8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The City of Rialto has added a new program to the Quarterly Community Clean-up Days.
The staging/check-in line will start on First Street at the corner of Palm Avenue.

Proof of residency is required (ID or Utility Bill). Business waste will not be accepted.
All participants must wear face coverings.

Please note that free dumping at the landfill is not part of our Community Clean-Up Day events.
Regular landfill fees will apply at all times.

Used Tires Shred Fest

Rialto City residents can bring up to 9 Protect your identity. Shred your
used tires to the Public Works Office at personal documents for free. Bring your
335 W. Rialto Avenue on Community papers to Palm Ave. between 1st Street
Clean-Up days free of charge. and Rialto Ave. (across from City Hall)
We will not accept tires from from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until the truck
businesses, including semi-trucks. is full.

Residents can Electronic Waste Winter / Spring 2021
now dispose
of trash, bulky Bring your televisions, microwaves, computers and
items, and green monitors, and other electronics to Palm Ave. between
waste for free. 1st Street and Rialto Ave. (across from City Hall) to be
recycled.

Usable Items

The Salvation Army will be accepting usable
household items (such as clean clothing, shoes,
furniture, sports equipment, etc.) on Palm Ave.
between 1st Street and Rialto Ave. (across from
City Hall).

For More Information Call 909-421-7222 21

Free Oil Filters/Earth Day Receive FREE Saturday, April 3rd
New Oil Filters
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
when you recycle your old ones!
505 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, CA 92376
Bring Up to 2 Used Filters to Recycle.

$15 max. - No Refunds or exchanges

Saturday, February 6th

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

1610 S. Riverside Ave., Ste #100, Rialt o, CA 92376

yourrialto.com CEL E 17 O Open to Rialto residents only.
Must provide proof of residency (ID or utility bill).
N APRIL B R AT I
For more information call (909) 421-7221.

FAamFuilny,EFvreene,t

Saturday,
April 17th

Public Works Yard
246 S. Willow Ave.

Registration: 7:30 am
Opening Ceremony: 8:00 am
Clean-up Activities: 8:15 am-12:00 pm Interested in Volunteering?
Please contact:Amy Crow at
22 Lunch: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm (909) 421-7221 or [email protected]

THE RIALTO Trash & Sweeping Days 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.

Winter / Spring 2021

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

23

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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Community Clean-Up HAZARDOUSSafely Dispose oWf STE Hazardous Waste

Rialto Site Schedule

Behind 246 South Willow Ave. • Fridays & Saturdays: 8 am – 12 pm

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL

Friday 8th Friday 12th Friday 12th Friday 9th
Saturday 9th Saturday 13th Saturday 13th Saturday 10th
Friday 22nd Friday 26th Friday 26th Friday 23rd
Saturday 23rd Saturday 27th Saturday 27th Saturday 24th

We will take:

4 Motor Oil and oil filters 4 Car Polish/wax 4 Cosmetics/Nail polish and remover
4 Antifreeze 4 Furniture and floor polish 4 Pet Care products
4 Weed Killer and Fertilizers 4 Auto/Household Batteries 4 Fluorescent tubes and bulbs
4 Household Cleaners 4 Aerosol paint 4 Sharps/syringes
4 Latex and Oil Base Paints 4 Medicines – prescription/
4 Wood Preservative over the counter (in approved sharps container only - free
4 Paint Thinner 4 Pesticides containers are available at our site during
regular operating hours)

We CANNOT take:
8 Waste from any business 8 Ammunition 8 Abandoned Waste
8 Asbestos 8 Radioactive Waste 8 Televisions
8 Explosives 8 Contaminated Medical Waste 8 Computer monitors

Before transporting, be sure that: Winter / Spring 2021

- the waste is in the original container or is properly labeled for your safety and the safety of our workers
- the containers are not leaking and are sealed
- the total amount of waste does not exceed 15 gallons or 125 pounds (up to 20 gallons of used oil is allowed in containers no larger than 5 gallons)

REMEMBER:

- Save money and only buy the amount of product you need.
- When possible, use less toxic alternatives to harsh cleaning chemicals. Never mix chemicals together.
- Keep the products in their original container – do not re-use food containers to store hazardous products.
- Store supplies in a safe spot in the garage or house to prevent accidental spills, poisoning, or explosions. Look around and see what
could fall in an earthquake. Keep products away from heat sources.

For information on disposing of business waste and other non-acceptable waste, call 25
San Bernardino County Fire, Hazardous Waste at 1-800-645-9228.

Park Clean-Up Days CleanP-AURpKDAYSCIT Y OF RIALTO PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Join our City Workers! • Trash Clean Up
• Shoveling
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. • Raking
• Sweeping
Saturday, March 14th • Trimming
Margaret Todd Park • Painting

201 N. Willow Ave. For more information:
(909) 820-2602
Saturday, May 9th
Jerry Eaves Park

1485 Ayala Dr.

yourrialto.comINFORMATION

for homeowners in Rialto

You may have
received a letter
containing important
information from
SLWA and the City of
Rialto about the
water service line on
your property.

As a homeowner, you are responsible for the maintenance of the utility lines on your property. When
a water or sewer line fails unexpectedly, the repair or if needed, the replacement, can cost you
between hundreds and thousands of dollars out of your pocket.

Repair Coverage, managed by Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA), was developed to protect
you from the financial burden of expensive water service line emergency repairs. With this protection,
you will have no bills to pay for covered repairs up to your coverage benefit. You just call our 24-hour
emergency repair hotline and you will receive priority status. A local, licensed and insured SLWA
approved Contractor will be dispatched promptly. And, all repairs are backed by our one-year guarantee.

To learn more, call 866-922-9006
26 or visit www.slwofa.com

What is the Role of a Park Ambassadors
Park Ambassador?
Winter / Spring 2021
The Community Services Department
cares about our park users. The Park 27
Ambassador Program is designed with
our community members in mind. We
strive for every park user to have a safe,
pleasant and positive experience while using
City of Rialto Parks. During Covid times, the Park
Ambassadors are there to make sure that restrictions
on park use are being followed, while at the same time,
providing the community with the latest information
available on City programs and services.

Play it safe

Wear a mask

Maintain distance

Wash hands frequently

Dispose of used gloves &
masks in the trash

Greet people with a wave
instead of a handshake

Avoid gathering with people
outside of your household

Consider visiting the parks at
less peak hours of the day

Together we can make a difference!

Thank you for your commitment in doing your part to help prevent

the spread of Covid-19 while enjoying Rialto's Parks.

City of Rialto PRSRT STD
US POSTAGE
150 S. Palm Ave.,
Rialto, CA 92376-9948 PAID

SAN BERNARDINO, CA
PERMIT #1506

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Postal Customer

SPRING

Eggstravaganza

Saturday, April 3rd, 2021

more details coming soon!

This event is subject to possible cancellation, modification or
postponement to meet Covid-19 guidelines.

For more information,
please call (909) 421-4949

@RialtoNetwork


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