Thank you for visiting the webpage for The Office of Mayor Rusty Bailey. As Mayor, I am committed to making Riverside a safer, healthier, and more prosperous place to live, work, go to school, and raise a family. I believe it is our responsibility to invest everything we can to make our city the most innovative, vibrant, dynamic, safe, and healthy city for our children and future generations of Riversiders.
Riverside is headed into its next generation of greatness. With participation and collaboration between the city, its residents, and the partners we have in the education, faith-based, non-profit, and business community, Riverside is well positioned to Seize Our Destiny.
I welcome your comments and feedback. I value the opportunity to meet with residents and businesses. Please schedule an appointment by calling my office at (951) 826-5551 or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Riverside Human Relations Commission along with Mayor Bailey, are pleased to announce the winners of the Commission’s diversity essay contest.
The Commission reviewed 58 essays from high school students who wrote about their experiences with diversity in the City of Riverside. The Commission scored the essays with an assist from Mayor Rusty Bailey, a former teacher who was able to lend his “red pen skills” to the effort.
Applicants were judged on academic achievement, ability and writing skills. The prizes include three college scholarships of $1,000, $750 and $500 for first, second and third place, respectively
The 2013 Diversity Essay Scholarship winners are:
First place -- Roberto Gutierrez, John W. North High School - View Essay
Second place -- Hoan Pham, La Sierra High School - View Essay
Third Place -- Anum Arshad, John W. North High School - View Essay
The Human Relations Commission (HRC) is charged with fostering mutual understanding and respect between people; encouraging education and outreach; and developing and promoting programs which work to eliminate prejudice and discrimination.
Riverside residents are looking to improve their lifestyles and physical condition through exercise, a healthy diet, and active living. Former Mayor Ron Loveridge and I established the Fit, Fresh, & Fun Forum (The Forum) to explore current fitness resources available to the public, identify unmet fitness needs, and strategize ways to expand opportunities for all Riverside residents. The 30-member task force meets six times a year to:
Click here to learn more about The Forum's mission...