State of our State

The RHA is pleased to announce, along with nearby Seaside Neighborhood Association, this fall’s General Meeting featuring Al Muratsuchi, our California Assembly District 66 assembly member in an update and Q&A who will bring news from Sacramento and legislative impacts on local issues.

Al will deliver remarks and provide a chance to answer questions from the audience.  Questions and comments will be limited to 1 minute per, to provide the most opportunities for feedback.

Along with our featured guest, there will be updates on local issues such as the Butcher-Solana proposal for housing at Hawthorne and Valmonte, the new no-parking signs and fines, trees and views, and more.  And refreshments!

Wednesday September 20 7:00 – 9:00pm
Richardson Middle School
Come early to get a seat

State of our City

The annual State of the City will be delivered by Mayor Patrick Furey next week, Friday September 22 at 11:30 am2:00 pm at the DoubleTree by Hilton  21333 Hawthorne Blvd. For more information click here or contact the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce at 310-540-5858.

Membership drive

If it’s September, it must be membership renewal time!  We thank all of our neighbors who have contributed to the ongoing work of the RHA.   We hope a low annual contribution of $25.00 comes back to you many-fold with the peace of mind that citizen volunteers are looking out for your interests in this big city of Torrance, and making a difference in our landscapes, our schools, our real estate values, and our influence at city hall.  Imagine the monthly homeowner association fees if you lived in a condo or townhouse.

We make it easy to submit your annual contribution with a few clicks, starting here, and thank you for doing so.  We also welcome your feedback and would treasure your willingness to spend time working with the RHA Board.

Don’t be in a School Daze

As the years go by, we sometimes forget how the effort to get to and from school can be fraught with danger and anxiety.  Here are some back to school safety tips courtesy of the Torrance Police Department to remind you drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians alike what to do to make sure all our students get to and from school safely.

The Riviera Reporter

For almost 50 years, one band or another of RHA volunteers  published this newsletter as a service to our community.  Did you get your latest edition last week?  To read it online (day or night!) find it here.


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