The Healthy RC Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program reflects a national movement to create opportunities for students, including those with disabilities, to safely and conveniently walk, bike, and roll to school.
RC Hot Topics is a video series designed for our community to inform and explain city programs and services that are available, why they are important and how to access and best utilize them. Check out RC Hot Topics Episode No. 8!
Business Owners and Operators: On Monday, January 25th Governor Newsom lifted the Regional Stay-at-Home orders, allowing outdoor business operations to continue. To assist business owners, the City of Rancho Cucamonga has created guidance for outdoor business areas.
Animal Services Officers from the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Center have collected several bats since July 1, 2020 in various locations throughout the City. Six of the bats have tested positive for rabies.
Starting today, the County is implementing the COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program as part of the San Bernardino County Readiness and Recovery Plan to support local small businesses and help ensure ongoing compliance with public health safety practices.
Rancho Cucamonga, California – On the agenda for the May 6, 2020 Rancho Cucamonga City Council meeting, staff will be recommending that the City Council adopt a resolution calling on Governor Newsom and the State Legislature to set a timetable and begin reopening businesses in
Rancho Cucamonga, California – The City of Rancho Cucamonga Community Services Department continues to provide adaptive community support during the COVID-19 pandemic through partnerships with the American Red Cross to host blood drives, the implementation of the “You’ve Been
Rancho Cucamonga, California – Evolution Fresh has joined the City of Rancho Cucamonga’s Green Business Recognition Program which recognizes businesses who have demonstrated a commitment towards environmental sustainability.
In March 2017, students, parents, teachers, residents and motorists on Rochester Avenue adjacent to Rancho Cucamonga High School will be the first in the City to see the new pedestrian hybrid beacon, known as the HAWK.
RCTV-3 is a government access channel under the exclusive editorial control of the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Under terms of the franchise with our local video service providers, a channel is provided to the City to use for public information.
The goal of this video series is to bring city programs and services to the public, explaining what they entail, why they are important and how to access and best utilize them. Each episode will include three short, concise video presentations which will not only introduce viewers to programs and services but will also get to know staff as different departments explain some of the hottest new topics going on in Rancho Cucamonga.
The Healthy RC Living show highlights the many ways the City of Rancho Cucamonga embodies a culture of health. Healthy RC has been a successful City-community partnership since 2008, receiving national recognition for our work to improve community health. The Healthy RC partnership is comprised of dedicated residents, community organizations, and public and private entities to make Rancho Cucamonga the healthiest it can be! We invite you to contribute your creative ideas, participate in programs and events, and get involved in one of our community groups.
Hosted by Heather Dawson, RC Spotlight highlights one of Southern California’s most prestigious communities, Rancho Cucamonga. In this show we spotlight the lifestyle, business and recreational amenities that make Rancho Cucamonga a great place to “Live, Work and Play.”
Watch RC Spotlight to find out more about how Rancho Cucamonga continues to develop as the beautiful community it is today.
Where More Young Residents Are Buying Homes – 2021 Study
The final city in the top 10 of this study is Rancho Cucamonga, California, which ranked 21st for under-35 homeownership in 2019, at 39.39%. That is a 3.77 percentage point jump since 2009, the 14th-biggest increase we observed across all 200 cities in the study.