Access Transportation Service
(omnitrans.org/services/access) – 909-383-1680
Adult Literacy Program*
Trained library staff assists learners in their quest to become literate by helping with the selection of reading/writing workbooks, career/job resources, and family/parenting materials. Early learning and preschool story hours are offered at the library where families receive information about literacy services, programs and events. Library staff also provide reference services and instruction at free weekly basic computer classes for adult learners with little to no computing skills.
Burrtec Waste Industries(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cable AT&T Uverse(att.com)
Time Warner (timewarner.com)
Chamber of Commerce (rialtochamber.com)
The Rialto Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary group of actively concerned business people and citizens who have bandedtogethertoadvancecommercialandcivicinterestsofourcommunity. Our members know that the Chamber of Commerce is their “Voice of Business” and as such is the one agency working diligently to preserve and enhance the free enterprise system. By investing in the Chamber, our members have “hired” the Chamber’s professional staff to refer clients, to act as resource personnel, to answer questions and to meet individual business needs.
Caltrans Current Highway Conditions (www.dot.ca.gov)
Dept. of Motor Vehicles (dmv.ca.gov)
Devore Animal Shelter (friendsofdevoreshelterdogs.com)
ElectricSo. Cal. Edison (sce.com)
To Report StreetlightOutages
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center (elsolnec.org)
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center is a grassroots non-profit organization founded in 1991. Our VISION is to help meet educational needs of San Bernardino and Riverside County. Our PROGRAMS: Community Education: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Drugs, and Alcohol and Nutrition. Family Strengthening: Asthma, Home Visitation, and Affordable Housing. Community Events: Health Fairs, Door to Door, Information Tabling, and Physical Activity. Community Engagement: Policy, Advocacy, and Community Engagement. Holistic Campus: To improve the individuals overall wellness mentally, physically, and spiritually in moments of need. Diversity: The African American Mental Health Coalition promotes African American Community Mental Health Outreach Workers who; provide free mental health presentations as well as resources. Affectionately known as “Mjumbe” (messenger).
Employment Skills Training*
In 1986 the Bethune Center was created out of a need to address the problem of high unemployment among youth in San Bernardino County. The Bethune Center provides pre-employment skills training and academic enrichment, along with job search assistance and job development. In a supportive environment, Bethune Center students learn the correct way to seek employment, and more importantly, they learn how to stay employed. The Program is designed for youth who want to work but need additional training and job assistance to find the “Right” job.
Fit 4 Kids is conducted by the Rialto Recreation & Community Services Division at the Rialto Racquet & Fitness Center. It is a multi-faceted program designed to address the problem of childhood obesity of elementary and middle school age children in Rialto. Children in the Fit 4 Kids program will receive the physical, educational, and psychological tools they will need to help them overcome the challenges of obesity. Children will participate in team sports, individual sports/activities, cardiovascular, strength and full body fitness training. In addition, they will receive critical education in the areas of health, nutrition and fitness. Finally, parents and caregivers will be provided with important information on how they can best support their children in their endeavors to overcome the challenges of obesity and its related physical and emotional problems.
So California Gas Co-Resident
So California Gas CoBusiness
Graffiti Hotline (www.rialtoca.gov/publicworks_graffiti_report.php)
*Funded by Rialto’s Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board* (ifhmb.com) 800-321-0911
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board’s (IFHMB) mission is to reach residents about their state and federal housing rights and responsibilities through education and outreach. By utilizing county-wide resources, IFHMB is able to identify, investigate, educate, and assist individuals with discrimination complaints. In addition, IFGMB is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency that offers Rialto homeowners FREE counseling on loan modification efforts.
Metro Link (metrolinktrains.com)
Family Service Association
Family Service Association offers a Senior Nutrition Program at the Rialto Senior Center. The Senior Nutrition Program provides more than just a simple meal. It is the means by which participants are able to sustain their independence, dignity, and security in a safe, trustworthy and caring environment. This comprehensive approach ensures that participants have access to healthy meal options as well as educational opportunities, vital resources and social activities to improve their overall quality of life.
Phone AT&T – Resident (att.com)
AT&T – Business (att.com)
Positive Parenting Project*
Center for Healing Childhood Trauma is the single most comprehensive referral source for sexual abuse and family related cases in San Bernardino County. Treatment services include: Counseling & Therapy / Seminars and Workshops to Schools, Churches, and Community / Professional Training, Supervision & Consultation / Parenting Classes / Probation Terms and Conditions Cases / Specializing in Sexual Abuse, Family Living Skills, and Family Violence / Certified Parents United Service / DCS Service Plan Cases
Public Works Department – Maintenance Division
909-820-2602 Online at www.rialtoca.gov/publicworks_service_request.php
To report potholes, street sweeping issues, trees in the City’s right-of-way that need to be trimmed, trees in the City’s right-of way that are causing safety hazards/issues, sidewalk or curb issues (i.e., lifting that could cause a trip/fall hazard)
Public Works Department – Engineering
To report stop sign requests, speed bump request, damaged signs, traffic signal issues/outages during normal business hours, Mon. – Thurs. – 7:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Note: For out of hours, weekends & holidays, please contact the Rialto Police Department at (909) 820-2550.
Quail Ridge After School Center*
The Quail Ridge After School Center (The Leaven) provides children residing in the local neighborhood access to supportive adult mentors/tutors who can help each child finish homework assignments, receive nutritious meals, play and recreate, learn how to eat healthier, improve reading skills, and develop strong leadership skills and self-esteem in a safe environment.
San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG – www.sanbag.ca.gov)
Rialto Unified School District (rialto.k12.ca.us)
Rialto Water Services – Utility Billing (water billing issues / new services)
San Bernardino Vector Control (Report mosquitos, bees, dead birds, etc.)
Trash – Burrtec Disposal (burrtec.com)
U.S. Postal Service (usps.com)
Water / Sewer (meter leaks, water seeping up from the ground, turnoffs for repairs)
West Valley Water District ** (wvwd.com) 909-875-1804
Rialto Water Services **
820-0400 (820-2608 afterhours hotline)
Veolia Water North America (Sewer related issues) **
** For boundary information please contact either agency for assistance.