The City of Riverside will once again, be a Community Partner for the Chalk the Walks event coming on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. This event created as a way to spread joy, optimism and inspiration through the power of sidewalk chalk by sharing positive messages throughout the world. It is super fun and very easy to participate!
Don't have sidewalk chalk? NO WORRIES!
The Neighborhood Engagement Division has you covered! All you have to do is visit a Chalk Stop to pick some up. Chalk Stops will be located at all public libraries and community centers during the first week of August.
We ask that you please chalk responsibly.
- Be respectful: consider your neighbors and others who will see you chalked walks.
- Remember the mission: the goal is to spread joy, optimism and inspiration.
- Keep it clean: it's difficult to spread joy if your content is offensive.
- HAVE FUN!!!
Please SAVE THE DATE:
Tuesday, August 15th and spend a few minutes outside spreading your positive and inspirational messages.
Make sure to use the hashtags so everybody can see your work!
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Are you interested in working together with your fellow residents to improve your community? We would like to help those efforts by providing information and support for community organizing.
Neighborhood organizations pull residents together to prevent crime, reduce blight, and tackle issues that threaten neighborhood stability. They also take on beautification projects and help you meet your neighbors. You will make friends and have fun in the process.