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Assemblyman Juan Carrillo
Adelanto City Hall
Saturday, August 12th at 10am
Mayor Gabriel Reyes, Mayor Pro Tem Daniel Ramos, and the Adelanto City Council are thrilled to welcome Assemblyman Juan Carrillo and his staff to our City Hall! The Grand Opening of their new Adelanto District office will be on Saturday, August 12th at 10am. This event will take place at City Hall and is open to the public. Please RSVP for this event via the online registration form and see the flyer below for additional information.
“I am extremely thankful to the Adelanto City leadership, we eagerly anticipate working hand in hand to improve the quality of life for every individual in Assembly District 39. Our commitment to serving our constituents with passion and dedication remains unwavering. Together, we shall strive to foster prosperity, opportunity, and a brighter future for all who call Adelanto and Assembly District 39 their home.” said Assemblyman Carrillo.
The Assemblyman’s staff provides a wide range of services for constituents. Residents are encouraged to reach out for assistance with any State programs or services such as DMV, Medi-Cal / Covered California, Unemployment & Disability Insurance, and State taxes. Assemblyman Carrillo’s team is always happy to provide information about the State Budget, proposed legislation, and the legislative process.
“We can’t express enough how grateful we are to have Assemblyman Juan Carrillo and his staff share our City Hall. The residents of Adelanto and the High Desert region will benefit greatly from this partnership for years to come.” said Mayor Gabriel Reyes
At this time, Assemblyman Carrillo’s Adelanto District Office staff is available to meet with constituents by appointment only. Please call (760) 530-0139 or use their online contact form to set up an appointment, request information, or record your opinion.
School Resumes August 7th
Commute Times Near Schools will Increase - Plan Accordingly and be Patient!
Adelanto High School and the Adelanto Elementary School District welcome back students to school today, August 7th!
School administrators would like to reminder drivers to expect delays around school zones during drop-off and pick-up times. Please be extra cautious and keep an eye out for pedestrians as we readjust to our school year routines.
California Law requires drivers to stop for school buses when they have a stop sign arm extended and/or lights flashing. Bus drivers are able to report vehicles who violate this law up to 24 hours afterwards, resulting in hefty fines and suspension of driver's licenses.
Please be patient and put the safety of our community's children first! For more information about school schedules and calendars, please visit the AHS and AESD websites.
Snake Season is
The City's Animal Care & Control Department would like to remind residents to be extra vigilant this time of year. Young children and pets are especially vulnerable! Please keep a close watch on little ones and teach them how to be safe when playing outside.
Snakes in our region are usually out in the morning and evening looking for food and water. They will hide in the shade during the day. They like to find shelter under porches, patios, stacks of wood, tarps, children's toys / play shelters, etc.
The best way to protect yourself and family is to be proactive: Keep your yard clear of trash and debris. Remember that trash attracts rodents and rodents will certainly attract snakes!
If you do happen to come across a snake, follow these simple steps:
- Stay calm
- Back away SLOWLY
- Immediately bring children and pets inside
Do not attempt to kill or relocate any snake. For the most part, snakes will be more afraid of you than you realize. They will typically go away on their own, but residents with questions are welcome to call the Adelanto Animal Care & Control Department at (760) 246-2300. After hours information may be found on the department's website here.
Minions: Rise of the Gru
City of Adelanto's August
Showing of Movies in the Park
Movies in the Park is a FREE, family-friendly event sponsored by the City of Adelanto. Keep an eye on social media for updates! Residents of Adelanto may call City Hall at (760) 246-2300 for more information.
August 25: Marconi Park
Minions: Rise of Gru (2022)
September 29th: Richardson Park
October 30th: Adelanto Stadium
The Little Mermaid (2023)
Adelanto Veteran's Organization Serving Our Community
Did you know that Adelanto has its very own American Legion Post? This local non-profit group has been dedicated to serving veterans, families of veterans, and our local community for decades!
The American Legion is a patriotic veterans organization that was chartered by Congress in 1919 and has grown exponentially in membership and influence since its founding. The Legion advocates for all current and former members of our nation’s Armed Services on the national level while focusing on supporting individual veterans and their communities at the local level.
“We are very fortunate to have these types of organizations in our City. The American Legion, specifically our local Post 229, provides very much needed services to our community. As a veteran myself, I’m proud to live in a City with such a dedicated group of former Service Members and their families.” said Mayor Pro Tem Daniel Ramos.
Post 229 in Adelanto is a family-friendly place to gather. This group of veterans and their families host dinners, breakfasts, bingo, and karaoke nights every week. These events and meals are open to the public. Our Post’s local Auxiliary provides some of the best food in town for a price that can’t be beat!
Please see the schedule below for upcoming events or call Commander Richard Slaughter at (909) 244-7272 for more information about Post 229:
Karaoke: 5pm – 9:30pm, every Friday
Bingo: 2pm – 5:30pm, every Saturday
Fish Fry: 2pm on Saturday, August 19th ($10 suggested donation)
Young Adults in Adelanto
Upcoming Stadium Events
Click on any event flyer below for more information or to purchase tickets.