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City of Adelanto 

Spring 2023 eNewsletter & Events

Upcoming City Council &
Planning Commission Meetings
City Council Meetings:
Zoom Webinar ID: 931 4644 4676
Passcode: 7601

April 12th, 7pm
April 26th, 7pm
Planning Commission Meetings:
Zoom Webinar ID: 923 2683 7040
Passcode: 7601

April 5th, 7pm
April 19th, 7pm
*Meetings will be broadcasted live on Zoom and Facebook*
Next Animal Vaccination
Clinic: March 25th

In Partnership with Dr. Thomas Pierce
Community Clean Up Success!
In Partnership with Burrtec
The last Community Clean Up event was another huge success! The City of Adelanto partnered with Burrtec to help keep our community safe and looking its best. Your Code Enforcement team did an excellent job helping residents safely dispose of old appliances, electronics, tires, green waste, and so much more!

Don't worry if you missed the last Community Clean Up. We have two more scheduled this year: June 24th and October 21st. In the meantime, you can visit the San Bernardino County Household Hazardous Waste Program's website for safe disposal options.
Emergency Road Repairs
Your Public Works Team in Action
The Adelanto Public Works team worked tirelessly over the weekend to address major flooding on our roadways in our City. Rest assured that City staff will continue their efforts around the clock to ensure the safety of our citizens. City staff and officials will prioritize funding for these critical repairs.
Recent storms have taken a toll across California, especially in the County of San Bernardino. Residents of Adelanto had an especially difficult time this year after major flooding caused many of our roads to flood and become impassable. 

The Adelanto Public Works Department crew sprung into action immediately to get our roads back into working order! Your Public Works team labored unceasingly to clear and repair City roads in order to make them safe for vehicles following some of the worst flooding we've seen in years.

"We are blessed to have such devoted staff serving our community" said Mayor Pro Tem Daniel Ramos. "The Public Works team was out in the frigid wind and pouring rain, working around the clock to get our residents back on the road as quickly as possible."

Given the State of Emergency declared by the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors and Governor Newsom, the doors to State and Federal emergency funding have been opened for the City of Adelanto. "City Hall will fight for every dollar we can get to help repair the damage caused by recent storms and flooding" said Mayor Gabriel Reyes. "Our roads were hit hard by winter storms this year, and necessary emergency repairs took a toll on the City's budget. Rest assured that we will apply for every available grant to help offset costs for our taxpayers."

If you have questions about street repairs or would like to report damage to City maintained roads, please submit a Maintenance Request Form online or call our Public Works Department at 760-246-2300, ext. 11171.
Code Compliance
In Action:

Helping Unsheltered People
while Cleaning Up our Community
Due to a lack of available housing across the nation, the number of unhoused and unsheltered individuals has increased noticeably in the past few years. This crisis is especially prevalent in California, and the High Desert region is no exception. 

Officials and staff at the City of Adelanto are faced with the dilemma of how to best help these individuals get the assistance they need to get off the streets and improve their quality of life while protecting the health and safety of everyone in our City. 

Adelanto's Code Compliance Department was recently called upon to remove truckloads of debris from a local encampment. In addition to cleaning up our neighborhood, the Code Enforcement team assisted the unsheltered individuals by connecting them with local agencies and non-profits who are dedicated to helping those struggling with homelessness. Such assistance includes emergency shelter, transitional housing, mental health and medical care, food, clothing, and training to help break the cycle of homelessness. 

Mayor Reyes, Mayor Pro Tem Ramos, and the City Council care about every single person in our community; they have directed staff to ensure they're making every possible effort to help individuals in our City who are most vulnerable. While directing those who are experiencing homelessness to available local resources, many of us feel that a hand up out of poverty should come with the tools needed to avoid finding themselves in a similar situation in the future.

After basic needs have been addressed, unhoused individuals can begin the process of seeking gainful employment through education, vocational training, and job placement assistance. San Bernardino Workforce Development offers a plethora of services to residents throughout the community along with incentives to employers to hire individuals who would otherwise be dependent on government assistance. 

Adelanto City Hall is sensitive to the hardships and challenges that unhoused individuals in our community are facing. Nevertheless, City staff and Officials have a responsibility to maintain the safety of our residents when confronted with reports of dangerous and unsanitary conditions often found at such encampments. As you can see in the photos above, your Code Enforcement team had several days worth of hard work to remove dangerous and unsightly materials left behind after helping to assist unsheltered individuals who had been congregating illegally on an empty lot. 

If you or someone you know is struggling with homelessness, you can call Inland SoCal United Way for immediate assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days per week by dialing "211" to be connected with someone who can help immediately. If you're a resident who has witnessed an unsafe temporary or permanent living structure, please notify Adelanto's Code Compliance Department by calling 760-246-2300.
Upcoming Stadium Events

Click on any event flyer below for more information or to purchase tickets.

Adelanto Plaza &
Event Center
Check out the Adelanto Stadium’s Facebook page for updates on events!
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