On Wednesday, September 4, 2019, Rancho Cucamonga's City Council formally proclaimed its commitment to the 2020 Census efforts in the region, particularly in working towards ensuring that every person living in Rancho Cucamonga is counted. In partnership with the State of California, other local governments, businesses, schools, community organizations, and the Census Bureau, the City of Rancho Cucamonga is committed to robust outreach and communication strategies, focusing on reaching the hardest-to-count individuals of the community.
You and your loved one are invited to Community Conversations on Healthy Relationships, a free event that showcases how to build healthy relationships and understand how it affects your mental health.
Listen to powerful community testimonials about overcoming mental health challenge and seeking support. Take part in small group discussions on starting the conversation of finding mental health services to support your relationships. Be prepared for an inspiring night of storytelling and connecting with your neighbors.
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The City of Rancho Cucamonga is implementing green bike lanes
Since 2010 the Community Champions (Campeones para la Communidad) have provided Latino residents with leadership training and encouraged participation in local government activities. Community Champions develop policies and programs to improve our community's health and focus on areas of our City that have the greatest need. We are community members working together to improve the health and wellness of Rancho Cucamonga We look at health broadly, making a difference in the 8 community health priorities, from mental health to healthy aging to healthy eating and active living.
Healthy RC Youth Leaders, started in 2011, give teens an active meaningful voice and empowers teens to represent their peers to take action and promote a healthier community. This unique program provides students with the leadership experience and local government knowledge to work on issues that matter to them. The Youth Leaders work on developing policies and initiatives to promote health living. Youth Leaders meet twice a month during the academic school year at City Hall. Applicants must be 12-17 (middle or high school) to apply.
Are you interested in making Rancho Cucamonga the healthiest it can be? Healthy RC is asking residents about their quality of life and we want to hear from you!
Be a part of the process to improve health and wellness for you and your loved ones.