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Published by City of Rialto, 2021-05-28 19:21:53

Rialto Progress Magazine Summer 2021

Rialto Progress Magazine Summer 2021

SUMMER 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................................................................................................................................................................ 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
Alex Hamilton................................................................................... Interim Director of Community Development

City Council Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday

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

A Community Message City Manager’s Message

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Table of Contents Rialto Progress Contents Page 26
Page 32 • Youth Sports
General Information
Page 41 • Memorial Day Tribute
City Message...........................................................................3
yourrialto.com City Contacts...........................................................................5
Important Resources............................................................6
Covid-19....................................................................................7
Water Conservation..............................................................8
Community Gardens......................................................... 10
Public Works—How Can We Help You?.......................11
Trash and Sweeping Days App....................................... 12
Pool Discharge Tips............................................................ 13
Ambulance Service/Car Seat Safety............................. 14
Water Safety Tips/Stray Cats........................................... 15
Firework Safety.................................................................... 16
Safe Routes to School........................................................ 17
Farmers Market.................................................................... 18
RUSD Academic Calendar................................................ 19
RUSD Lunch.......................................................................... 20
Rialto Library........................................................................ 22

Community Services

Fun and Fit Summer Camp.............................................. 26
Hiring Lifeguards / Beat the Summer Heat................ 27
Fitness & Aquatic Center.................................................. 28
Senior Center........................................................................ 30
Mobile Recreation/Story Time in the Park.. ................ 31
Youth Sports......................................................................... 32
How to be a Girl................................................................... 33
Advertise with Us................................................................ 35

Special Events & Programs

Garden Presentation Schedule...................................... 34
Community Clean-Up Days............................................. 36
Recycled Art Contest......................................................... 37
Household Hazardous Waste......................................... 38
Oil Filter Exchange.............................................................. 39
Military Banner Program.................................................. 40
Memorial Day Tribute........................................................ 41
Summer Movies in the Park............................................ 42
National Night Out............................................................. 43
4th of July..............................................................................44

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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.................................................909-820-2636

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*...........................................................909-421-4949
Fitness Center/POOL....................................909-820-2611
Senior Center..................................................909-877-9706
Special Events................................................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 Summer 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*.......................................................... 909-820-2621 City Treasurer...........................................................909-820-2522
Cemetery Information..........................................909-820-2522

*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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CTeOsVtIiDn-g1S9ite VCOacVcIiDn-a1t9ion Site COVID-19

It’s Easy. It’s Free. It Helps. Grace Vargas Senior Center
1411 S. Riverside Ave, Rialto
Rialto Carl Johnson Center
214 N. Palm Ave., Rialto APPOINTMENTS
Monday - Saturday Tuesday -Saturday
9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Appointments are highly recommended Open to all individuals 12+ who live or work
Walk-Ins will experience longer wait times in San Bernardino County

• No Symptoms • Face Coverings 1st Dose Appointment / P zer Vaccine
Required are Required
MyTurn.ca.gov
To make an appointment, visit www.sbcovid19.com/testing-sites/
MyTurn will prompt you for your zip code for
For directions on how to register, call 909-387-3911. an appointment closest to you.

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

Stay 6 feet Wash your hands often
from others

Dispose of Summer 2021
used gloves
Wear a mask and masks 7
in the trash

Water Conservation Water Conservation— More Water Saving Tips
A Way of Life in Rialto
Some additional simple actions to help reduce water
We are now past the halfway mark in what is usually California’s wettest use inside your home include:
winter months, and the wet season to date has been anything but. Most of
the state has received less than half of its average annual precipitation this • Filling up your bathtub halfway or less can
year. Unfortunately, California is no stranger to drought and it is looking save 12 gallons of water per bath.
more and more like we are moving into another historic drought event with
the need to conserve water wherever possible. • Fixing leaky pipes can save 110 gallons of
water each month.
Recognizing that “conservation is a way of life,” the City Council
declared a Stage 2 Water Alert requiring water customers to reduce • Installing aerators on faucets can save 1.2
water use by 20 percent. gallons per person per day.
Residents Must:
• Installing high-efficiency toilets can save 1.9
• Limit outdoor watering to four days per week gallons per person each day.
between the hours of 8 PM and 6 AM
• Keeping showers to 5 minutes or less can save
• Repair leaks 12.5 gallons per shower when using a water-
• Do not water lawns during or within 48 hours of measurable rain efficient showerhead.

To help Rialto residents save water, the City offers the following rebates: More things you can do to save water outdoors:
• TURF REMOVAL Replacing your lawn with a more water • Rain Barrels are used to capture rainwater from
efficient landscape can save on your water bill and get you a rebate hard surfaces such as rooftops help prevent
amount of up to $1,000. pollution in our storm drain system and be
• HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILETS Qualifying toilets have a flush used as water for irrigation.
of 1.28 gallons or less. Rebates are $50 per toilet with a maximum • Installing a drip irrigation system and a smart
of 2 per household. controller can save 15 gallons each time you
• WEATHER BASED IRRIGATION TIMERS These are water.
smart timers that will water your yard based on actual weather • Using a broom to clean outdoor areas instead
conditions and prevents over-watering of landscapes. Rebates are of hosing them down can save 8–18 gallons
$100 per timer. every minute.
• HIGH EFFICIENCY WASHERS High efficiency washers can • Using drought-resistant plants and trees can
use 35% less water than conventional washers. Rebates are $100 save between 30–60 gallons per 1000 sq. ft.
for qualifying washers. each time you water.
• HIGH-EFFICIENCY SPRAY NOZZLES The newer high- • Setting the mower blades to 3 inches
efficiency nozzles spread water at a more even, slow pace that encourages deeper roots and saves 16–50
allows water to more efficiently soak the ground, and avoid runoff gallons per day.
issues. Rebates are $4 per nozzle. • Mulch is a reliable, cost-effective product for
water retention, erosion control and weed
suppression and using it in your yard can save
20–30 gallons of water per 1000 sq. ft. each
time you water.

For even more outdoor water saving tips, check
out the Water Saving Garden Friendly website at
https://www.ie.watersavingplants.com/.
For more information on water conservation and
the City’s rebate program, email [email protected]
rialtoca.gov or call (909) 820-2525, extension 2062.

yourrialto.com The City of Rialto is excited to announce the “Plan to House Our Rialto.” The "Plan to
House Our Rialto" is a part of the City's General Plan. It describes housing needs, identifies
opportunities, and establishes policies, goals and objectives to address existing and future
housing needs, including the preservation of our community character while creating
opportunities to construct new housing.
Over the next six months, the City will work with residents and other stakeholders to draft
the plan. Visit www.yourrialto.com/HouseOurRialto to learn about the project and plan to
participate in the first workshop on May 19! #HouseOurRialto”

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Men's Health Month

Rialto Men’s Health Fair

Make Prevention a Priority

For More Information Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Summer 2021
10am - 2pm
909-820-2519 Rialto Farmer’s Market

290 West Rialto Ave., Rialto

 Mobile Prostate checks by a simple blood draw

ZeroCancer.org courtesy of Tzu Chi Medical Foundation

 COVID-19 Testing/Vaccines— SB County
 Blood Pressure Checks by Rialto Fire Dept.
 Dental Care Tips
 Hair Trims from Local Barbershops
 Pushup Challenge with the Police Dept.
 Raffles and Giveaways!

awareness | prevention | education | family

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Community Gardens ATTENTION GARDENERS!

yourrialto.comGet Diggin'
Have you always wanted to grow your own produce and flowers but do not
have the space? Well now you can. The City of Rialto’s Community Gardens
have a variety of plot sizes available to suit the needs of our residents.

Benefits of Gardening

• Improve Your Health
• Grow Nutritious Produce
• Meet New People
• Exchange Gardening Tips
• Enjoy the Outdoors
• Save $$ On Your Grocery Bill
• Low Impact Exercise

For a small fee you too can grow
your very own produce that is
healthy and nutritious.

For more information,
call (909) 421-7221

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How Can We Help You? Public Works Department

Public Works Department

The Public Works Department provides various services through the following
divisions:

MAINTENANCE • ENGINEERING/TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
SOLID/HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES)/STORM WATER

TO REPORT: TO REPORT:

General Maintenance Issues Graffiti

• Potholes CALL: the Graffiti Hotline at (909) 820-2670 or
• Trees in the City’s right-of-way (parkway) that need to through the City’s website at yourrialto.com/city-hall/
departments/public-works/
be trimmed or removed
• Trash in alleys or in City’s right-of-way TO REPORT:
• Damaged or lifting sidewalks, curbs or gutters
• Park maintenance issues Traffic Signal Issues or Street Light Outages
• Missing or down street signs
CALL: (909) 820-2602 CALL: (909) 820-2602 or
EMAIL: [email protected] EMAIL: [email protected]
REPORT VIA THE CITY’S WEBSITE: For street light outages, please provide as much detailed
yourrialto.com/city-hall/departments/public-works/ location information as possible or provide the pole tag
number.
For maintenance emergencies after-hours, weekends For after-hour traffic signal emergencies (blacked
or holidays (fallen trees/branches, park maintenance out intersections, flashing red in all directions or pole
issues, large potholes, broken irrigation, large trash knockdowns, call:
items in the public right-of-way, street flooding), call the Rialto Police Department at (909) 820-2550.
Public Works main number at (909) 820-2602.

TO REPORT: FOR MORE INFO: Summer 2021

Issues Related to Water Trash Service/Street Sweeping

To report issues related to water meters, leaks or water Contact Burrtec Waste at
coming up from the street, call: RWS at (909) 820-2546 (909) 877-1596 for the following:
or WVWD at (909) 875-1804. • To set up new trash service
• Request a bulky item pick-up
To report sewer related issues contact • Request new trash cans
Veolia at: (909) 877-2752. • To report issues with your trash service
To report potential violations related to illegal water • To report issues with street sweeping
runoff, contact (909) 421-4921. For general questions regarding
Household Hazardous waste call (909) 421-7222.

City of Rialto Public Works Department 11
335 W. Rialto Avenue • Rialto, CA 92376

Hours: Monday – Thursday • 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Trash & Sweeping Days App THE RIALTO

yourrialto.com 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.

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Pool Discharge Tips 13

Summer 2021

Ambulance Transport/Look Before You Lock Ambulance
Transport

IS YOUR FAMILY COVERED? The Rialto Fire Department is dedicated to making
The cost of ambulance transport should emergency ambulance transportation affordable.
be the last thing you worry about. You and your dependents are completely
protected, regardless if you have insurance or not,
For LESS THAN .17 CENTS A DAY, and regardless of how much your insurance does
you and your dependents will receive or does not pay.
emergency ground ambulance
transportation at no cost to you.

For more information, call us today at (909) 820-2501

www.facebook.com/rialtofiredepartment

LOOK Never leave children
alone in or around cars;
BEFORE YOU NOT EVEN FOR A MINUTE.

LOCK Get in the habit of always opening the back
door to check the back seat before leaving
your vehicle. Make sure no child has been
left behind.

yourrialto.com • Create a reminder to check the back seat. Put something you’ll • Keep vehicles locked at all times, even in driveways or
need like your cell phone, handbag, employee ID, brief case, etc., in garages. Ask home visitors, child care providers and
the back seat so that you have to open the back door to retrieve it neighbors to do the same.
every time you park.
• Keep car keys and remote openers out of reach of children.
• Keep a large stuffed animal in the child’s car seat. When the child is • If a child goes missing, immediately check the inside
placed in the car seat, put the stuffed animal in the front passenger
seat. It’s a visual reminder that the child is in the back seat. passenger compartments and trunks of all vehicles in the
area very carefully, even if they are locked. A child may lock
• Make sure you have a strict policy in place with your childcare the car doors after entering a vehicle on their own, but may
provider about daycare drop-off. Everyone involved in the care of not be able to unlock them.
your child should always be aware of their whereabouts. If your • If you see a child alone in a vehicle, get involved. Call 911
child will not be attending daycare as scheduled, it is the parent’s immediately. If the child seems hot or sick, get them out of
responsibility to call and inform the childcare provider. If your child the vehicle as quickly as possible.
does not show up as scheduled, and they have not received a call • Be especially careful during busy times, schedule changes
from the parent, the childcare provider pledges to contact you and periods of crisis or holidays. This is when many tragedies
immediately to ensure the safety of your child. occur.

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—TNR— TNR | Water Safety Tips
Trap-Neuter-Release Assistance

Need help with stray cats
in your neighborhood?

Riverside Animal Shelter
can help! They are now offering
TNR assistance and
Rialto residents can rent
a trap for free.

Riverside Animal Shelter
6851 Van Buren Blvd., Jurupa Valley
Ph (951) 358-7387 • Monday-Friday 8 am - 5 pm

Water Safety Tips

Always supervise children Don’t dive or jump into
in and around the water. water that you can’t see
Designate at least one through or is too shallow.
adult to watch at all times. Obstacles like rocks and
stumps may be hiding!

Never swim alone. Wear sunscreen.
Swimming is safer and Protect your skin from
more fun with a friend! sunburn and sunstrok
by wearing hats and
Wear a life jacket applying sunscreen.
Life jackets only work
if you wear them!

Don’t turn your back on the ocean. Don’t depend on floating Summer 2021
Big surf and strong riptides can come toys to keep you safe.
without warning. Inflatables are not safe

substitutes for life jackets.

RialtoFireDepartment

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Firework Safety Firework

yourrialto.com SAFETY

Independence Day is an important day of celebration in our community, and it’s important to be mindful of the
dangers that fireworks can bring if not treated responsibly. According to the National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA), more than twice as many fires are reported on the Fourth of July than on any other day of the year in the
United States, and nearly 90% of emergency room fireworks injuries involve fireworks consumers are permitted to use.
The National Safety Council advises that the best way to enjoy the Fourth of July safely is to watch a public fireworks
display administered by professionals. Unfortunately, with Covid-19 restrictions, we may not be able to provide our
annual fireworks show, so please celebrate with safe and sane fireworks. In California, all fireworks that explode, shoot
into the air, or move along the ground are officially called “dangerous" and are illegal to possess anywhere in the state.

When using fireworks, it is critical to stay alert and be aware of your surroundings.
The Rialto Fire Department suggests the following safety tips:

• Use only “Safe and Sane” fireworks, purchased from a licensed booth and bearing the
State Fire Marshal seal (pictured at right).

• Read and follow all fireworks label directions. Used improperly, fireworks can be
dangerous.

• Light only one firework at a time, outdoors, in a clear and open space. Always maintain
a safe distance from people, structures, vehicles, and any flammable materials.

• Keep a bucket of water and a garden hose or fire extinguisher nearby in case of fire or
to fully extinguish a malfunctioning firework. Never attempt to re-light or fix a “dud”
firework.

• Children should be closely supervised around fireworks. Never allow children to
handle or ignite fireworks. According to the NFPA, the tip of a sparkler burns at more
than 1200 degrees! Glow sticks are a safer alternative.

• Animals tend to become frightened by the lights and sounds of fireworks. Keep
animals in a safe and secure location, away from firework activity.

• Properly dispose of fireworks. Douse extinguished fireworks with water.
• Act responsibly, follow the laws, and use common sense; fireworks abuse is not

allowed and may be enforceable per the City of Rialto Noise Ordinance and Health
and Safety code.

The following pertains to the City of Rialto Code of Ordinances Chapter 5.20 - Fireworks
• The use of “Safe and Sane” fireworks is limited to the time period from noon June 28th

through midnight on July 6th of the same year.
• Fireworks booth operating dates and hours are June 28th (1200-2200 hours) and June

29th through July 4th (0900-2200 hours).

Possession of any fireworks (including safe and sane) is illegal in the
unincorporated portions of San Bernardino County

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Safe Routes to School

In 1969, almost half of all students walked or bicycled to are healthy, awake and alert, with better focus and Summer 2021
school, and 87 percent of kids who lived within a mile of concentration, which can improve academic performance.
school walked or bicycled. In contrast, fewer than one School transportation fixes: Solutions to school transportation
in six students walk or bicycle to school today. These issues such as reduced or no bus service, dangerous
changes have been detrimental to the health and safety traffic congestion at pick-up/drop-off times, and student
of students and have increased traffic congestion and air absences and tardiness due to transportation challenges.
pollution near schools. Community connections: Increased family and community
The Rialto Community & Public Outreach for the Citywide engagement, providing positive social opportunities
Safe Routes to School program will work to make sure for students, families, school staff, and community
students can safely walk and bicycle to and from school and stakeholders, boosting a sense of community and
encourage healthy physical activity into their daily routines. improving neighborhood connections.
The Rialto Safe Routes to School program will include Cleaner air and fewer asthma attacks: A cleaner environment
families and students, as well as public health, active and fewer student asthma attacks by reducing air pollution
transportation, education, and environmental stakeholders, from car emissions.
who will work to increase the number of students walking To provide these benefits for both students and the larger
and bicycling safely to school. The benefits of the program community, the Rialto Safe Routes to School efforts require
are: actions not only within school walls, but also off campus,
Safer students: Improved traffic safety and increased on the streets, and in neighborhoods where students
confidence for students through opportunities to learn are traveling to and from school. Participation by all
about and practice bicycle and pedestrian safety. stakeholders in the community yields a stronger and more
Healthier students: Increased daily physical activity, forming effective program, but schools are key to the success and
healthy habits that can last a lifetime, helping students sustainability of the program.
build strong bones, muscles and joints, and decreasing the We look forward to working with you on programs for
risk of chronic disease and obesity. your students, teachers and parents. Please contact us to
Better focus: Students who are ready to learn, who schedule your program.

Call Safe Moves at: 909.745.5133 or email at: [email protected]

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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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Rialto Unified School District Rialto Unified School District
182 E. Walnut Ave. • Rialto, CA 92376 • 909-820-7700

2021/22 2020/21 MAY JUNE

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LEGEND Preschool
to Kindergarten
M Minimum Day for Students
n Weekend
H Holiday
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E Elementary Schools
M Middle Schools
H High Schools

ALL SCHOOLS MIDDLE SCHOOLS
Last Day of School Back to School Night
for All Students AUGUST 18
JUNE 3 Minimum Days
First Day of School MAY 5, 12, 19, 26
for All Students AUGUST 11, 18, 25
AUGUST 9
HIGH SCHOOLS
ELEMENTARY Refer to your individual
SCHOOLS high school calendar
End of Third Trimester All High Schools
JUNE 3 Graduation
Back to School Night TBD
AUGUST 12
Minimum Days ALL SECONDARY
MAY 24 End of Fourth Quarter
AUGUST 12, 13, 30 JUNE 2

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS: Summer 2021
can be found on the District's website at

kec.rialto.k12.ca.us/kec

www.rialto.k12.ca.us 19

Food Service Program SUMFMOOEDRSERVICEE

PROGRAM ONLINE
SUMMER
Sponsored by the Rialto Unified School District ACTIVITIES!

Grab & Go
Free Meals to All

Kids 1-18yrs

Starting Monday, June 7, 2021

For more information, please visit
kec.rialto.k12.ca.us

@rialtonutrition

yourrialto.com
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER

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VERASENROVICIO DE Food Service Program

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Patrocinado por el Distrito Escolar de Rialto LINEA!

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Comidas gratis para
todos los niños 1-18 años

Empezando el lunes 7 de junio, 2021

Para más información visitar
kec.rialto.k12.ca.us

@rialtonutrition

ESTA INSTITUCIÓN ES UN PROVEEDOR DE OPORTUNDIADES EQUITATIVAS Summer 2021

21

Rialto Branch Library LBRIRIBAARNLATCROHY

251 W First Street pVrisertostrcyuhtimoaeoll
909-875-0144
www.sbclib.org Join us on Zoom for this wonderfully fun and
engaging Storytime where amazing books
The Friends of the Rialto Library is a meet songs, rhymes, puppets and more!
non-profit group of volunteers who raise
money for the Rialto Branch Library. 12T:0hu0rsdpayms
There are many ways you can help!
Become a Friend by volunteering
your time with the group, or make
a monetary donation. For more
information, call 909-875-0144.

Literacy Services

Our library offers Adult Literacy tutoring
services free of charge. If you or someone
you know needs help reading, or to help us
by volunteering, please call 909-875-0144 for
more information.

yourrialto.comBVEOCOLMUENA TEER! Featuring a letter each week, your child will not only enjoy this course, but will
become familiar with the letters of the alphabet and the sounds they make. The
San Bernardino County Library volunteers can purpose of this course is to promote a love of reading in your child. The devel-
take pride in helping to provide outstanding opmental skills this course focuses on are letter recognition, print motivation,
library service to our customers. Join us as we listening skills and narrative skills.
review all aspects of being a library volunteer
and discuss the types of duties a library Please call 909-875-0144
volunteer can do. Our volunteer application for registration information.
and more information about volunteering can
be found on the Support your Library page of
our website.

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SRPRuEOmAGDmRIANeMGr FREEAJUUNGEU7STTO3 Rialto Branch Library
Join us for our annual Summer Reading Program and
help children and teens retain and enhance their
reading skills over the summer. We have new craft kits
and performers every week on Facebook!

Come in the Rialto Branch Library and pick up your
Craft Kits! New Craft Kit's arrive every week.

MONDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
11:00 AM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM
Library Beginners Dino Stomp Family Performer Zoom Storytime
4:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM
Family Performer Kids Zone Discovery Time Teen Teen Craft
5:00 PM
TUESDAY Kids Zone Kids Craft
5:00 PM FRIDAY
Library Beginners Little Artists 4:00 PM
Family Paint Night
(Not every week)

Zoom Adult Book Club

2ND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 2nd Tuesday of the month Summer 2021
Tuesday, June 8 at 4:00 pm
4:00 PM
Tuesday, July 6
4:00 PM
Tuesday, August 10
4:00 PM

Please call 909-875-0144 for registration information and the title of the book.

Rialto Branch Library • 251 W First Street • 909-875-0144 • www.sbclib.org 23

Rialto Branch Library Rialto Branch Library 909—875—0144

yourrialto.com To participate in this program, call 909-875-0144,
choose what age group the child is in, and schedule a date/time for pickup.

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Rialto Branch Library 25

Summer 2021

26 yourrialto.com Fun & Fit Summer Camp

Carl Johnson Community Center Hiring Lifeguards | Beat the Summer Heat

214 N. Palm Ave.

• Space is limited due to social distancing
• Participants must wear face covering and gloves

During high heat advisory and high heat warnings (temperatures over 95o), Summer 2021
the City of Rialto Cooling Center Program
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offers a no cost, easy access relief from the heat.

Hours of Operation
12:00pm-6:00pm
For more information call (909) 421-4949

28 yourrialto.com Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center

Rialto Fitness & Aquatic Center 29

Summer 2021

Grace Vargas Senior Center Welcome to…
GRACE VARGAS SENIOR CENTER
1411 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto CA • (909) 877-9706
The Grace Vargas Senior Center strives to improve and enrich the lives of active adults by providing activities
and services for their mental, physical and social well-being. The Center is dedicated to offering exceptional
programs, activities, events and available resources to Rialto seniors. The Grace Vargas Senior Center can be your
home away from home. It’s a place to enjoy old friends and make new life long friends while participating in one
of the many activities, programs or events.
Add years to your life & life to your years!

SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM: LEGAL SERVICES:
• Senior drive through meal distribution at Grace • Inland Counties Legal Services is available to assist

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

Vaneisa Layton-Lowe, (951) 219-1049 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
• United Healthcare • Omnitrans Access Service is an Americans

Sandy Salcido, (909) 559-8235 with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandated public
• Jar Insurance Services transportation service for people unable to
independently use the fixed route bus service in
Claudia Vargas, (626) 833-2702 South Western San Bernardino County for all or
some of their trips. For additional Omnitans service
AARP DRIVERS SAFETY CLASS: information call (909) 383-1680.
• For those that need to renew their car insurance

discount.
AARP offers an online course for 25% discount.
Website: www.aarpdriversafety.org
Promo code: for 25% discount: DRIVINGSKILLS
Discount good through August 31, 2021

yourrialto.com Friends OF THE SENIOR CENTER
The purpose of the Friends of Rialto Senior Center is to:

• Assist and support the successful operation of the Senior Center.
• Provide a collaborative partnership with the City and staff.
• Solicit funding as necessary to benefit the seniors of Rialto.
• Determine and assess resources in the City which may be utilized by seniors.

To become a Friends member call (909) 877-9706.

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Mobile Recreation Mobile Recreation/Story Time in the Park
Coming Soon to a City of Rialto Park!
Locations to be Summer 2021
Announced Soon
FREE
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For more information: (909) 421-4949

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Youth Sports For all City of Rialto Sports information

YOUTH SPORTS 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 three 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. 10 kids per session limit.

Lil Tots T-Ball (Joe Sampson Park)

Registration: 5/15/21
Parent Meeting: 6/17/21, 6:00 p.m. at Joe Sampson Park

Age Season Day Time Fee Res/NR
3-5 Years 6/19/21-7/17/21 Sat 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. $60/$65
3-5 Years 6/19/21-7/17/21 Sat 10:30 - 11:15 a.m. $60/$65

Lil Tots Variety Sports (Rialto Community Center) Fee Res/NR
$60/$65
YOUTH Registration: 6/19/21 $60/$65
SPORTS Parent Meeting: 7/21/21, 6:00 p.m. at Rialto Community Center

O R G A N I Z AT I O N S Age Season Day Time
3-5 Years 7/24/21-8/21/21 Sat 9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
Offering youth sports programs 3-5 Years 7/24/21-8/21/21 Sat 10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
in the City of Rialto

North Rialto Little League

Dewitt Davis • 909.231.9409

Rialto Park Little League GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Johnny Caraballo • 909.421.2013

Rialto Girls Softball Girls Volleyball Division Age Groups
Division 1: ages 12-15 years
Chris Robertson • 909.641.7289 Division 2: ages 8-11 years
www.rialtogirlssoftball.org

Junior All American Football Girls Volleyball (Fall)
Marcell Barber • 909.567.0875
www.leaguelineup.com/rialtopanthers Regular Registration: 7/15/2021
Skills Assessment: Division 2 at 6:00 p.m., 9/9/2021
Skills Assessment: Division 1 at 6:00 p.m., 9/10/2021
Eastern Rialto Little League Coach Meeting: 9/7/2021
Registration
Julia Garcia • 909.873.1013 Season Day Time Fee Res/NR

Pop Warner Football 10/1/2021-12/17/2021 Fri Evenings $75/$80

909.293.8686 RIALTO CO-ED JR. NBA
www.rialtopopwarner.com YOUTH BASKETBALL

Rialto Youth Soccer
Lance Diaz • 909.419.6140
www.rialtoyouthsoccer.com Youth Basketball Age Groups
Division 2: born 2007-2009, ages 12-14 Division 4: born 2012-2013, ages 8 -9
Rialto Pony League Division 3: born 2010-2011 ages 10-11 Division 5: born 2014-2016, ages 5-7

yourrialto.com Lucy Flores • 909.214.0467 Youth Basketball (Fall)

These organizations are operated Regular Registration: 7/15/2021
under the by-laws of parent organizations not affiliated Skills Assessment: 9/11/2021, Div. 2, 10:00 a.m.

with Rialto Recreation or the City of Rialto. Div. 3, 12:00 p.m. • Div. 4, 2:00 p.m.

Parent Meetings: 9/8/2021, Div. 2 & 3, 7:00 p.m. • Div. 4 & 5, 6:00 p.m.
Coach Meeting: 9/4/2021, 2:00 p.m.

Registration
Season Day Fee Res/NR

32 10/2/21-12/18/21 Sat $75/$80

How to Be a Girl

150JEu. Slayn9B1ea8rmn-aJr-du4inlopyAv2e3., Rialto One week summer conference
for 30 girls in grades 7-12 that
Negative Covid test will be required
will focus on the lost art of
“Being a Girl”

Breakout sessions include:
health • nutrition & fitness • college preparation •

public speaking • personal finance
• social networking • media technology
• relationship management • image vs. perception
• Street life101 • lifeskills • and much more !

FREE Registration begins June 1st!
www.josefasalinas.com/HTBG

Empowering Summer 2021
Young Women
THE POWER OF For Change
EXCELLENCE
Hosted by:
Creating Extraordinary Experiences
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Community Garden CoRmIAmLTuOnity
Garden

PRESENTATION
SCHEDULE

137 S. Palm Ave.

Technical Watering Juosin

How to keep your plants watered for FREE
9:00 am • Saturday, May 22, 2021 classes!

yourrialto.com Plant and Grow Your Passion

9:00 am • Saturday, June 26, 2021

Pest Management

9:00 am • Saturday, July 17, 2021

A great opportunity to
learn new gardening and
preserving techniques!

For More Information, Please Contact the Garden Manager at:
34 (909) 421-7221

Advertise With Us

Your Business in the Spotlight

Advertise in the
Rialto Progress

Introduce your business
to 30,000 Rialto households and businesses.

New affordable pricing and many sizes
available to fit your advertising
budget needs.

Advertise up to 3 times a year, during the Summer, Fall & Winter/Spring.

FALL EDITION WINTER/SPRING EDITION SUMMER EDITION Summer 2021

September-December January-April May-August

Submit your ad by Submit your ad by Submit your ad by
June 30th, 2021 October 1st, 2021 February 1st, 2022

For more information, please call (909) 421-4949 35

Community Clean-Up CLCEoAmNm-UuPniDtyAYS

FREE TRASH & GREEN WASTE DISPOSAL

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

Residents can now Electronic Waste
drop off trash, bulky
items, and green waste Bring your televisions, microwaves, computers
and monitors, and other electronics to Palm Ave.
for FREE. between 1st Street and Rialto Ave. (across from City
Hall) to be recycled.
yourrialto.com
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). Please call to confirm.

36 For More Information Call 909-421-7222

ATTENTION ALL ARTISTS! Recycled Art Contest

Put on your creative caps and join the fun!

WIN
PRIZES

Prizes will be awarded
for each category
in each age group.
A special prize will be
awarded for the best
use of beverage
containers (ie: soda
can, water bottle,
or glass bottle).

RECYCLED
ART CONTEST

Entries Deadline: September, 9th • 5:00 pm

1. Categories include Wall Art, Sculpture, Functional Art and Wearable Art.
2. To enter, fill out the entry form below and submit it with your recycled artwork. Also attach the identification tag to your art work.
3. All entries must be made of previously used materials such as scrap metals, plastic, construction debris, newspaper, magazine pictures,
old wood, cans, bottles, wire, string, household items, etc.
4. Artwork must not weigh more than 40 pounds, and can be no larger than 48 inches in width, height and depth.
5. DROP-OFF LOCATION - All entries must be received at our office:
Waste Management, 335 W. Rialto Avenue by Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 5:00 pm
All entries will be on display at the fair: Saturday, September 18th • 10:00 am - 1:00 pm • Rialto City Hall, 150 S. Palm Ave.

RECYCLED ART CONTEST ENTRY FORM (EntrydeadlineisSeptember9th•5:00pm)

ARTIST’S NAME:_______________________________________________________________________ CATEGORY:

ADDRESS:____________________________________________________________________________ (Please check one)
o Functional Art
CITY/ZIP:_____________________________________________________________________________ o Sculpture
o Wall Art
PHONE: ( )_______________________________________________________________________ o Wearable Art

(Please check one)

AGE CATEGORY: o 10 & UNDER o 11-17 o 18 & ABOVE o CLASSROOM ENTRY (one entry per class)

ENTRY TITLE:_________________________________________________________________________ Summer 2021

MATERIALS USED:_____________________________________________________________________

ARTIST’S NAME:_________________________________________PHONE: ( )_______________________________________

ENTRY TITLE:_______________________________________________________________________________________________

CATEGORY:_________________________________________________________________________________________________

Information: 909-421-7222 Multiple entries are welcome, however, prizes are limited to one per participant. 37

Hazardous Waste HAZARDOUSSafely Dispose oWf STE Hazardous Waste

Rialto Site Schedule

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

JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER

Friday 11th Friday 9th Friday 13th Friday 10th
Saturday 12th Saturday 10th Saturday 14th Saturday 11th
Friday 25th Friday 23rd Friday 27th Friday 24th
Saturday 26th Saturday 24th Saturday 28th Saturday 25th

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 Abandoned Waste
8 Waste from any business 8 Ammunition 8 Televisions
8 Asbestos 8 Radioactive Waste 8 Computer monitors
8 Explosives 8 Contaminated Medical Waste

yourrialto.com Before transporting, be sure that:

- 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.

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

Water Service Bills/Free Oil Filters RCEUMNEXSAVE THE DATE Run Around the Rocks | Oil Filters

AROUND
THE ROCKS

OCTOBER 24TH, 2021

For more information, contact Susan Patane at
[email protected]

Receive FREE
New Oil Filters

when you recycle your old ones!

Bring Up to 2
Used Filters to Recycle

$15 max. - No Refunds or exchanges

Saturday, June 19th Saturday, August 7th Summer 2021

9:00 am - 2:00 pm 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

1610 S. Riverside Ave., Ste. #100, Rialto, CA 92376 505 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, CA 92376

Open to Rialto residents only. 39
Must provide proof of residency (ID or utility bill)

For more information call (909) 421-7221

Military Banner Program City of Rialto

MILITARY

BANNER PROGRAM

The City of Rialto is honored to be home of men and women

Criteria: who serve or have served our country.

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.
 Installation is done 3 times a year.

APPLICATION

Full Name: First M.I.
Apartment/Unit #
Last
State ZIP Code
Address:
Email:
Street Address
Military Honoree Information
City

Phone: ( )

Full Name:

yourrialto.com *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

☐ 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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Memorial Day Tribute 41

Summer 2021

Summer Movies in the Park SUMMER MOVIES2021 FRIDAYS

7:00 pm

Movie Starts
at Sundown

IN THE PARKFREE ADMISSION REGISTER NOW!
Space is limited.

JUNE 4th JUNE 18th

Joe Sampson Park Andreson Park

650 West Randall Ave., Rialto 726 S. Lilac Ave., Rialto

JULY 9th JULY 23rd

yourrialto.com Rialto City Park Flores Park

130 E. San Bernardino Ave., Rialto 1020 W. Etiwanda Ave., Rialto

Blankets, jackets and lawn chairs suggested. Rialto
Face masks are required. RialtoCS Community Services

42 For more Information, please call (909) 421-4949

National Night Out 43

Summer 2021

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

SAN BERNARDINO, CA
PERMIT #1506

***** ECRWSSEDDM *****
Postal Customer

CITY OF RIALTO

INDECPeEleNbDrEaNtiCoEn DAY
•Fireworks Show Live Entertainment
•Vendors Kids Activities

JULY 6:30pm Jerry Eaves Park
to
4 1485 N. Ayala Dr., Rialto
9:30pm
SUNDAY
Reserved Seating & Pre-Sale Tickets Now Available!
Pre-Sale Ticket $25 or Day of Event Ticket $30

Ticket includes entertainment, kids’ activities, and parking.
Up to 6 guests per ticket, $5 per additional guest

Park & Parking Opens at 6:00pm
Space is Limited!

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

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


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