Tuesday, April 18, 2017

It's National Community Development Week!

This week is National Community Development Week and for this week, we celebrate Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)!
The CDBG program provides grants to Monrovia (and cities/counties all over the US) for housing rehabilitation and Code Enforcement. These grants are targeted to low-income and moderate-income persons and households. This program has helped thousands of Monrovians over the last THIRTY YEARS!
Want more information on our Residential Rehabilitation program? Check the link!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

MAP Neighborhood Conference - TWO WEEKS AWAY!!

Just a few quick announcements about our 8th Annual MAP Neighborhood Conference…can you believe it is in less than 2 weeks?? Have you registered yet? Have you told your neighbors to register yet? If not, PLEASE CLICK HERE ! We are so excited about our workshops, which were developed to continue to equip you with the tools needed to help lead improvements throughout every neighborhood in Monrovia (see them HERE!).

Did you know April 22 is also Earth Day? To celebrate, we are adding something new and exciting – a Succulent Plant Sale! Canyon Park is partnering with us to bring amazing succulents to us (make sure you bring cash!). How do you plant succulents, you ask? Lucky us, a Park Ranger will teach us in Session 2!

April 22 will be such a fun and amazing day, I can’t wait for everyone to see all the hard work we have put into this day. See you then…and don’t forget – wear your green shirts

Thursday, April 6, 2017

35th Annual Historic Homes Tour

Each year on the first Sunday in May, MOHPG sponsors a tour of homes in Monrovia.  Five to seven homes, representing the wide variety of vintage structures which helps make Monrovia a desirable place to live, are opened to the public.  Over 200 volunteers, many who do not belong to the organization, work many hours to make the tour a success, This is MOHPG’s primary fundraiser of the year.  

Visitors from outside the immediate area are delighted to discover this “gem” of a city of restored and well-maintained vintage homes.  A typical year will find 500-700 “lookie-loos” spending up to six hours (the homes are open from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.) exploring the homes and delving into each house’s unique history.

Look for information about the event on the home page of this website beginning sometime in early March of each year. Tickets will be available for purchaseonline, usually by the end of March.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Santa Anita Family Service is offering a 40-hour 
Domestic Violence Counselor Certification training. 

Why become a certified Domestic Violence Counselor? 
  • To increase your employment opportunities by increasing your ability to work with victims and survivors in your current or future employment. 
  • Or even to volunteer with domestic violence organizations within California and to learn from experts in the field of domestic violence. 
The training takes place Fridays from 8-5pm at 605 S. Myrtle Ave. Monrovia, CA, 91016. Dates for the training are as follow: April 21, 2017, April 28, 2017, May 05, 2017, May 12, 2017, May 19, 2017. Attendance at all sessions is required for certification as a Domestic Violence Counselor. To register please visit our website at santaanitafamilyservice.org and download the registration form. You can mail your registration form along with your check to our office. If you wish to pay cash, please stop by our office. This training meets the requirements set by California for designation as a
Domestic Violence Counselor. For additional information please contact Paula Preciado at 

Monday, March 27, 2017

National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation!

We are excited to share that the City will be participating in the National League of Cities 6th Annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation!  The program will take place from April 1 – 30, 2017, and as part of the program, we will be coordinating with the National League of Cities to encourage all residents to enhance our water conservation efforts.

The overall National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation is a friendly competition that takes place between participating cities from across the country with a goal of encouraging residents to sign-up online and pledge to reduce water consumption, energy use, and pollution.  Those who do sign-up and pledge online between April 1 – 30, 2017, will be entered in a contest where you can win hundreds of great prizes – including home irrigation kits, home improvement store gift cards, and even a brand new Toyota Prius! 

For your chance to win, and to make a pledge to start conserving water, be sure to sign-up online between April 1 – 30, 2017, at the following link:

Thursday, March 23, 2017

35th Annual Historic Homes Tour

Each year on the first Sunday in May, MOHPG sponsors a tour of homes in Monrovia.  Five to seven homes, representing the wide variety of vintage structures which helps make Monrovia a desirable place to live, are opened to the public.  Over 200 volunteers, many who do not belong to the organization, work many hours to make the tour a success, This is MOHPG’s primary fundraiser of the year.  

Visitors from outside the immediate area are delighted to discover this “gem” of a city of restored and well-maintained vintage homes.  A typical year will find 500-700 “lookie-loos” spending up to six hours (the homes are open from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.) exploring the homes and delving into each house’s unique history.

Look for information about the event on the home page of this website beginning sometime in early March of each year. Tickets will be available for purchaseonline, usually by the end of March.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Register TODAY for the MAP Neighborhood Conference!

Last year, over 350 people had the opportunity to learn and engage in community building by attending workshops, meeting neighbors and learning about Monrovia. This year's 8th Annual MAP Neighborhood Conference is building up to be even better. This year's conference will give participants more insight as to the inner workings of City departments, and how they can become more involved in their community.

See the link below for information on all of the fantastic workshops we will have this year! Each workshop has been carefully thought out as a building block of building better. Building better homes, building a better response to homelessness, building better mental health awareness, building on our history, etc. all of these workshops build on the idea that we are better together and each of our experiences helps us to build better together. So keep that in mind leading up to the conference, how can you help in building better? Register TODAY!!


Monday, March 20, 2017

Visit Monrovia's Flying Field on April 30

Did you know that from 1928 to 1953, Monrovia had its very own airport!  The facility was located parallel to Shamrock Avenue just south of Huntington Drive.  At the airport, pilots practiced their craft, students learned to fly, and passengers went for rides – along with the occasional movie being filmed!

Now, history lovers and flying enthusiasts can relive those aviation years with a special event being hosted by the Monrovia Historical Museum and the Monrovia Historical Society!  Titled, “Monrovia’s Flying Field,” the event will take place on Sunday, April 30, 2017, from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Monrovia Historical Museum (742 East Lemon Avenue, Monrovia, CA).  Tickets for the public are $5 at the door, and refreshments will be served.

The event will feature chats with and stories from experts in the history of the Flying Field.  There will also be photographs of historic planes, and videos of the Flying Field in action.  In addition there will be photos of the McDonald Brothers first hamburger stand… which was at the Monrovia airport!  Special guests for the event will include Tom Blackburn, son of the airport owner Al Blackburn, and Gary Boen, airport historian and collector of more than 1,000 photos and papers on the airport.

The event is co-sponsored by the Monrovia Historical Museum and the Monrovia Historical Society.  Both organizations have decades-long history in preserving and presenting local history.  The Museum contains exhibits on the Flying Field as well as the founding of Monrovia and its early history.  It is open every Thursday and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

The Monrovia Historical Society oversees the historic George Anderson House and oversees the Monrovia Legacy Project.  The Legacy Project is digitizing the city historian’s collection which will be shared online and through the Monrovia Library.

Come to the Monrovia Historical Museum on April 30 to Learn about Monrovia’s Own Airport!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

FREE Waterwise Workshops

Upper San Gabriel Valley Metropolitan Water District is offering a variety of free workshops to help residents become waterwise!  Because even with all of the rain we have experienced lately… Southern California IS STILL IN A DROUGHT!  This means that we all need to continue to do our part to conserve water.

So if you are ready to do your part, we hope that you’ll your neighbors at one of the free workshops listed below.  Also, to register for any of the workshops, or for any additional information, please call (626) 443-2297, or email Valeria@usgvmwd.org.

Finding and Fixing Leaks **NEW CLASS!!!**
Did you know that approximately 10% of American homes leak more than 90 GALLONS of water per- day?  That’s a lot of wasted water!  Attend this free workshop to learn things like the common indoor/outdoor leaks, leak detection at the water meter, basic repairs and isolating leaks.

  • When:  Tuesday March 28, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. presented in English 
  • Where: Upper District Board Room, 602 E. Huntington Dr. Suite B, Monrovia, CA 91016
  • Reservation:  Call 626-443-2297 or email Valeria@usgvmwd.org

California Friendly Landscape Training (CFLT)
Even with all of the recent rain, California is still in a drought.  Learn 6 ways to make your garden California friendly!

  • Presented in Spanish 
    • When:  Thursday, April 6, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 
    • Where:  Mountain View Park, Maxson Auditorium, 12127 Elliot Avenue, El Monte, CA  91731
  • Presented in English
    • When:  Tuesday, April 11, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., 
    • Where: Upper District Board Room, 602 E. Huntington Dr. Suite B, Monrovia, CA 91016
  • Presented in Mandarin
    • When:  Wednesday, May 3, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    • Where:  Upper District Board Room, 602 E. Huntington Dr. Suite B, Monrovia, CA 91016

Greywater – Laundry to Landscape
Learn all about greywater and how to design and build your own Laundry to Landscape System!

  • Presented in English
    • When:  Saturday, May 6, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    • Where: Upper District Board Room, 602 E. Huntington Dr. Suite B, Monrovia, CA 91016
  • Presented in Spanish
    • When:  Saturday, June 3, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., 
    • Where:  Esther Snyder Community Center, Meeting Room #1, 4100 Baldwin Park Blvd., Baldwin Park, CA 91706
  • Presented in Mandarin
    • When:  Saturday, June 10, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    • Where:  Upper District Board Room, 602 E. Huntington Dr. Suite B, Monrovia, CA 91016

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Sign Up Today for the MAP Neighborhood Conference!

Join us in Building Better ... sign up at the below link and then tell a friend to sign up too! 

Monday, February 27, 2017

Monrovia Public Library+ Creative Resistance Network Present 
Women’s History Month

We are seeking art to display for a period of two days from March 24 through March 25, 2017 at the Monrovia Public Library. This temporary installation opportunity is to focus on the theme of “Women at Work” and celebrate Women’s history month. The art show will be on March 24 from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm, with art on display the following day. Deadline is March 13th, 2017 (10:59pm Pacific Time).
Art Submission Guidelines
·        All art submission requests must be submitted via email to dreamsforourchildrenart@gmail.comdreamsforourchildrenart@gmail.com. All submission requests must be identified with the artist's name, address, email, and phone number. Include a basic description of technique and/or brief description with each art submission request. You may submit scanned photos, original sketches, color copies or mock-ups as attachments to the email.

·        PERFORMANCE ART: Performance art will be accepted. Performance submissions should include artist’s name, email, phone number, as well as a description of the performance, measurement of space needed, and technical requirements (sound, etc). There is no stage and the performance will be indoors in the community room.
·        If your artwork is selected for the community art show, you will be notified by telephone or email with further information.
·        All artwork must be completed and ready before the art display deadlines.
o   For collaborative projects, it is the responsibility of the submitting artist to obtain permission from each participant prior to submission.

o   We will accept multiple submissions of artwork but may not choose all pieces for display. 

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

From the City Manager's Report

Please see below for an important update from the City Manager's Report in which Oliver discusses how various laws affect us, as residents. Are you subscribed to Oliver's City Manager's Report? If not, click here to see past reports and subscribe!!


As you may recall, we recently shared that in 2016, Monrovia experienced a nearly 20% increase in Part I crimes when compared against the prior calendar year in 2015.  We also shared that across all of Los Angeles County and throughout the State of California, we are seeing similar dramatic increases in criminal activity, much of which can be attributed to recent legislative changes that have occurred in the State during the past few years.

Specifically, law enforcement personnel have reported how AB 109, Proposition 47, and Proposition 57 have collectively reduced our law enforcement capabilities and allowed for expanded criminal behavior with reduced consequences.  Collectively, those three measures have impacted our police operations in the following manner:

AB 109 transferred nearly 45,000 felons from the State prison system back to local jails, which due to prison overcrowding, has resulted in the early release of tens of thousands of criminals from throughout California, the majority of whom are from LA County.

Proposition 47 has resulted in numerous profound changes to State law, including the reclassification of shoplifting, theft, forgery, or fraud – where the value of the crime does not exceed $950 – a misdemeanor

Proposition 47 also resulted in the reclassification of illegal drug use – including use of cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine – from felonies to misdemeanors

According to the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office, Proposition 57 would allow the early release of around 30,000 inmates in California State prison

In discussions with numerous law enforcement personnel, there is little doubt that these regulatory changes have resulted in crime increasing everywhere in California.  And here in Monrovia, we had an attempted murder / shooting situation occur a little more than a week ago which illustrates just how these changes in State law are impacting communities locally.

On February 9, 2017, at 6:50 p.m., Monrovia police officers responded to reports of shots fired in the 100 block of East Los Angeles Street.  As the investigation unfolded, it was determined that the victim – who has no apparent gang ties – was sitting in his vehicle waiting on a family member who was inside a residence, when two suspects approached him and brandished a firearm.  When the victim attempted to flee in his vehicle by driving in reverse, one of the suspects began firing rounds at the victim in an attempt to kill the victim.  Fortunately, the victim was not hit and the suspects fled west on foot on Los Angeles Street.

Our police officers responded to the location and contacted the victim.  Additional police officers responding to the situation located the two suspects, who were attempting to meet a third suspect waiting for them in a vehicle near the Taco Bell on West Huntington Drive.  Based on the situation, our police officer was able to detain all three suspects, and the victim later identified the two suspects who had approached him and shot at him in his vehicle.  Those two suspects were arrested and taken into custody.

As the situation was unfolding, our police officers initiated a coordinated search for the weapon used in the attempted murder.  In order to secure a conviction, it would be important to find the gun, as it was not recovered on either of the suspects detained.  After searching all night, our day watch police officers were asked to continue the search.  Eventually, our police officers located a handgun inside the riser arms of a trash dumpster located near 132 West Cypress Avenue.

Throughout this entire investigation, our Detective Bureau was working in unison with our patrol officers.  In particular, given this terrific collaboration, Detective John Donchig was involved in the assessment and interviewed the suspects involved with the attempted murder.  This questioning resulted in one of the suspects admitting to the shooting, using the handgun, and hiding the handgun in the dumpster.

In addition, Detective Donchig presented the case to the District Attorney’s Office, who filed felony charges against the primary suspect who possessed the firearm, including charges of attempted murder, shooting at an occupied vehicle, unlawful possession of ammunition, and possession of a firearm by a felon.  Also, the investigation is continuing and additional charges may be filed on the other two suspects involved.

This case highlights some tremendous work by our entire Police Department, and illustrates just how fortunate we are to have law enforcement personnel here in Monrovia who are willing to mobilize and respond to a violent crime with such precision and excellence.  We were only able to achieve such a positive outcome to this situation because of the quick response of our police officers to capture these violent criminals.  The hard work by our police officers in searching for evidence resulted in the recovery of the handgun used by the suspects, and great work by our team of detectives during the interview process resulted in the suspect admitting to the crime.

However… there is an unfortunate part to this entire story, and that is… the attempted murder and shooting should never have even been allowed to happen.

The suspect that was arrested and charged with attempted murder is one of the few remaining gang members that live in Monrovia.  As our team has been processing details related to the case, we found out some interesting facts about his background, including the following:

He had been arrested in Ontario, California, in September 2015, as he was suspected of attempted murder at a party where a victim was shot and stabbed.

He was arrested and charged with attempted murder in connection with the situation in Ontario.

He plead down to and was convicted of assault with a deadly weapon.

He served six months in county jail, and three months at North Kern State Prison in Delano.

Based on his time served, he was released on parole last summer.

Nine months.

This particular individual, who was charged with attempted murder and convicted of assault with a deadly weapon, served nine months in prison for his crime.

And then, just a few months after he was released from prison, he attempted to kill another individual here in Monrovia.

This overall situation illustrates how the new set laws in California have resulted in criminals – and even violent criminals – being able to repeat their crimes over and over, and in the process, continue to create more victims of crime.  AB 109, Proposition 47, and Proposition 57 have made lasting changes to our criminal justice system in California that are carelessly geared more towards releasing prisoners… rather than rehabilitating individuals and protecting our communities.

Fortunately for us here in Monrovia, our dedicated and committed and talented Monrovia Police Department personnel will continue working hard every day to keep violent gang members off of our streets, and the City will continue to make protecting our community members among our very highest of priorities.  And please feel free to let me know if you should have any questions regarding this particular matter.

See Police Chief Jim Hunt go into further detail at last night's council meeting starting around the 1 hour and 57 minute mark! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnGKEqJ8n4A 

Friday, February 17, 2017

FREE Teen Driving Training Program Coming Soon!

The Ford Motor Company is bringing a FREE training to Arcadia in March!

Ford Driving Skills for Life (Ford DSFL) was established in 2003 by Ford Motor Company Fund, the Governors Highway Safety Association, and a panel of safety experts to teach newly licensed drivers the necessary skills for safe driving beyond what they learn in standard driver education programs.

The FREE training conducted under the Ford Driving Skills for Life program addresses both the inexperience factor as well as issues surrounding distracted driving. Results over the past ten years of this effort have been outstanding. For best results,  both the youth and their parents (if possible) are encouraged to engage in the instruction together. Teens must have at least a learners permit to sign up for this program.

There will be two sessions on both March 4 and 5 at the Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, one in the morning and one in the afternoon

Morning session: 7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Afternoon session: 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Anyone interested in the event can sign up through the link below. Please note, space is limited. 

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


                          MDBAA 2017 BLACK HISTORY MONTH ACTIVITIES

During Black History Month, community members will serve as “story tellers” and
read books to all the school-aged students attending MUSD as part of this month’s Black History program.

SATURDAY, February 4, 2017:
MDBAA Jazz Brunch at the Monrovia Community Center
119 W. Palm Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016
10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m - Tickets: $30.00

WEDNESDAY, February 8, 2017
Black History Drive-in Movie – Movie Title: 4 Little Girls
Movie and Discussion – 1:00p.m
Monrovia Public Library
321 S. Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

FRIDAY, February 10, 2017:
Monrovia High School Assembly Panel featuring actor Sinqua Walls and
USC Professor, Tim Conley.
Monrovia High School Event Center – 9:48a.m. to 10:52a.m.
845 W. Colorado Blvd., Monrovia, CA 91016

SATURDAY, February 11, 2017:
Children’s Art Festival – 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m.
Bradoaks Elementary School
930 E. Lemon Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

WEDNESDAY, February 15, 2017:
Inspiring Families to Community Service and Social Action
Adults and children are invited to experience diversity in children's books and be inspired into service. Discover great titles to share with your family.
Monrovia Public Library – 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m.
321 S. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016

THURSDAY, February 16, 2017:
Guest Speaker: Wayne Nunnely, Retired Coach-Denver Broncos
Santa Fe Middle School –8-8:46, 8:50-9:39, 9:56-10:45 
148 West Duarte Road., Monrovia, CA 91016

SATURDAY, February 18, 2017:
A. Family Story Time and Craft with James & Joannie Yuille
    Monrovia Public Library – Cozy Book Area – 12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m.
    321 S. Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

B. Storytime with Ron Husband – 1st African American Animator for Disney (retired)
    Monrovia Public Library – Cozy Book Area - 1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m.
    321 S. Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

THURSDAY, February 23, 2017:
Middle School Black History Month Movie Night – Movie Title: Glory Road
Santa Fe School – 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m.
148 W. Duarte Road, Monrovia, CA 91016

SATURDAY, February 25, 2017:
SOUL FOOD LUNCHEON – 12:00p.m. to 3:00p.m.
Guest Speakers: Professor Tim Conley, and Ron Husband, Disney Animator (retired)
Monrovia Community Center – Tickets $20.00
119 W. Palm Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016

TUESDAY, February 28, 2017:
Guest Speaker: Ron Husband, Retired Disney Animator
Clifton Middle School – 2:30p.m. to 3:00p.m. 
226 S. Ivy Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016

Middle School Black History Month Movie Night – Movie Title: Radio
Clifton Middle School – 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m.

226 S. Ivy Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016

Thursday, February 9, 2017


the 626 Golden Streets Event, which is a 17+ mile long San Gabriel Valley open streets festival, has now been re-scheduled to take place on Sunday, March 5, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This is a free event that will temporarily open stretches of roadway from South Pasadena to Azusa for people to walk, jog, skate, bike and more! For more information, please visit, www.626GoldenStreets.com!

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

City Hall is a Vote By Mail Drop Off

Just a quick note to let everyone know… yes… we’re about to have another election… and yes… you can drop off your Vote-By-Mail (VBM) ballot at Monrovia City Hall!
As you may know, there is a Los Angeles Countywide Election set to take place on March 7, 2017. Monrovia has signed up as a VBM drop-off location, which means that you will be able to drop off your VBM ballot at Monrovia City Hall anytime between February 6, 2017 – March 6, 2017.
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact the City Clerk’s Office at (626) 932-5505, or feel free to send Alice Atkins, City Clerk, an email at aatkins@ci.monrovia.ca.us.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Save the Date: State of the City


Friday, January 27, 2017

Construction on the Historic Santa Fe Depot


This is just a quick note to let everyone know that last week, given the start of rehabilitation work on the Historic Santa Fe Depot, the City had construction fencing put up at Station Square. As you may recall, to facilitate the construction work, public access through the City’s Station Square Promenade was blocked off, which means that there is no pedestrian through-traffic allowed from Myrtle Avenue through the Promenade to the Gold Line Station. Instead, all pedestrian and public access to the Gold Line Station will be coordinated to take place on Pomona Avenue headed west, to Primrose Avenue headed south.
The City has put up directional and information signage throughout the Station Square area to redirect individuals looking to get to the Gold Line Station from Myrtle Avenue, as those individuals will have to walk through Station Square Park to Pomona Avenue, and take Pomona Avenue to Primrose Avenue to access the Gold Line.
In addition, we’ve had several banners made which highlight that the Gold Line Station is open during construction (see the attached graphic). Throughout the period of construction, there will be full pedestrian access to the Gold Line Station from Primrose Avenue.
Also, the bus stop for Foothill Transit Line 270 is currently located at the terminus of Primrose Avenue at the Gold Line Station. Given the construction that is pending, in the next few weeks, Foothill Transit will be moving that bus stop onto Myrtle Avenue at the existing Foothill Transit Line 494 stop (on Myrtle Avenue just north of Pomona Avenue).
One last note… the attached map has been prepared to provide a general graphical representation of the area that will be closed to public access during the rehabilitation of the Historic Santa Fe Depot. To that end, the area highlighted in red will be secured with fencing and only individuals associated with the construction effort will be allowed onto the site while the work is being coordinated.
We apologize to everyone for any inconvenience the construction activity will create, and are looking forward to expeditiously completing the restoration of the Historic Santa Fe Depot! Based on our current construction schedule, it is anticipated that the work will take around 6 months to complete, which puts the end of construction in the June / July 2017 timeframe.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Volunteer for the Homeless Count

Help volunteer with the Homeless Count here in Monrovia on Tuesday January 24. Sign up to volunteer at ssantos@ci.monrovia.ca.us or by calling 626-256-5575

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Share Your Dreams

Join the City of Monrovia and The Creative Resistance Network (CRN) in celebrating our dreams and focusing on the future. On Martin Luther King Day weekend (1/13 to 1/16), CRN will have the opportunity for all of us to creatively come together and tie our dreams for the future to "dream trees". Bring your friends and family with you for what will surely be an impactful conversation and day.

For more information, contact Lisa at lisalabrie@msn.com

Monday, January 9, 2017

MAP-Ed Quarterly 1/21

Join us for our upcoming MAP-Ed Quarterly

Saturday January 21, 2017
11:00am– 1:00pm

City of Monrovia 
 Library Community Room
321 S. Myrtle
Monrovia, CA 91016

MAP is bringing you an update on homelessness in the San Gabriel Valley and the City of Monrovia. Please join us for a conversation regarding trends, what the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is working on, and how it affects Monrovia and Los Angeles County.

In addition to that, we will have City staff coming in to discuss some findings they have as a part of working on a Homelessness task force here in the City. Everyone will also get an opportunity to sign up to volunteer for the homeless count.

Please RSVP by calling Ariel at 626-932-5563 or email at atolefree@ci.monrovia.ca.us.

We will need a head count for seating so please let us know either way!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Monrovia Fire and Rescue and Monrovia CERT are proud to announce a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Basic Training in February 2017. You must be 18 or over and live or work in Monrovia. Class size is limited. Participants must pre-register and must complete all three class sessions to receive a certificate.
Saturday, February 4, 2017             8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, February 11, 2017          8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, February 18, 2017          8:00 am to 5:00 pm

To register, please email: sdobson@ci.monrovia.ca.us with the following information:
Name | Address | Phone number

Please put CERT Course Registration in the subject line.