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FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits

In partnership with the County of San Bernardino, the City of Rancho Cucamonga will be providing FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits on Friday, January 28th, and Tuesday, February 1st.

Kits are for Rancho Cucamonga Residents only. Upon arrival, you must show a government-issued ID as proof of residency. These will be drive-thru distribution events to reduce exposure to COVID-19.

Distribution Information:

FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits

In partnership with the County of San Bernardino, the City of Rancho Cucamonga will be providing FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits on Friday, January 28th, and Tuesday, February 1st.

Kits are for Rancho Cucamonga Residents only. Upon arrival, you must show a government-issued ID as proof of residency. These will be drive-thru distribution events to reduce exposure to COVID-19.

Distribution Information:

FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kit Distribution

In partnership with the County of San Bernardino, the City of Rancho Cucamonga will be providing FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits. The distribution location for Friday, January 14th has been relocated to the Quakes Stadium Parking Lot.

This will be a drive-thru distribution event to reduce the exposure of COVID-19. Kits are for Rancho Cucamonga Residents only. Upon arrival, you must show a government issued ID as proof of residency. If your ID does not list Rancho Cucamonga as your residence, a utility bill will be sufficient if it matches your ID.

NO MORE TEST KITS - COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kit Distribution

 

NO MORE TEST KITS - Update 1/11/22 9:30 a.m. - All of the tests for today's event at the RC Sports Center have been distributed. Please visit SBCovid19.com for more testing options.


In partnership with the County of San Bernardino, the City of Rancho Cucamonga will be providing FREE COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test Kits on Tuesday, January 11th and Friday, January 14th.

2022 Homeless Point-In Time Count

Volunteers needed to count and survey homeless throughout San Bernardino County.

This effort helps to secure government and private grant funding and other resources for local communities to assist those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homelessness Volunteers should include anyone who would like to help alleviate homelessness, including social service providers, educational institutions, faith-based organizations, local businesses, civic/nonprofit organizations, neighborhood associations, and current and formerly homeless individuals.