National Night Out is on Tuesday August 2, 2016. As in years past, the Covina Police Department is working with neighborhoods throughout to city in an effort to help promote community involvement, along with police-community partnerships. Through this community involvement and partnerships, it is our goal to make the neighborhoods throughout the City of Covina a safer place to live, work and play, while also improving the quality of life for those living within our community.
If you are interested in participating in this years National Night Out event, or if you need any additional information on any of our Crime Prevention programs, please contact Sergeant Gregg Peterson at Gpeterson@covinaca.gov or register online at https://natw.org/registration.
Sergeant Gregg Peterson
Covina Police Department
Over the past two years Covina-Valley has done remarkable work in reducing it’s water usage through the installation of artificial turf. We are now embarking on a new way for our District to save money and be environmentally responsible. This summer, thirteen of our sites in Covina-Valley will have solar panel structures installed. These sites include Cypress, Grovecenter, Lark Ellen, Merwin, and Mesa Elementary; Las Palmas, Sierra Vista, and Traweek Middle; and Covina, Fairvalley, Northview, and South Hills High Schools; and the Trade-Tech Academy. Through installation of these solar structures, it is estimated that C-VUSD will save $333,387 in electricity charges in the first year of full implementation and potentially $15,251,000 over the next 20 years.
In addition to saving money on electricity costs for the District, these solar panel structures will have a variety of other benefits for our students, staff, and community. At several sites, the solar panels will provide cover and additional lighting for student and staff parking areas. Others sites will benefit from the structures providing shaded areas for students during break and lunches. At several of the high school sites, the solar panels will provide shade for students, staff and community members who attend outdoor sporting events.
Taken from: http://www.cvusd.k12.ca.us/news/district_news/covina_valley_goes_solar
Watch this video to see all the good that Project 29:11 does by helping local residents who are hit with hard times.
Please help us by Donating food and unwrapped toys that will be distributed during their annual Christmas Party on December 12th. Drop off your Donations at any of these local Covina Area Businesses from now until December 11th. Lets show our neighbors that Covina cares and wants to help.
Its HOTT out there! As a mom of 2 small boys I’m always searching for places where I can take my 2 boys to burn off some of their never ending energy but on days like today and this weekend when the temps are supposed to be 100+ our choices are limited. One thing I do love to do is take them to local Splash Pads and thought ya’ll might be interested in seeing where they are around the San Gabriel Valley!
Here’s the list, let me know if you know of any others that I’m missing!
The Covina Blood Drive is this Thursday August 6th from 9am-3:15pm at the Covina Library. This is another great opportunity to help out, it only takes a couple of minutes, donate blood and you get free treats!
Here’s a quick video on what to expect when donating blood during a blood drive: