Please come and join us for a fun, family-friendly event where we’ll discuss the future of the L.A. River and how we can move forward with unlocking the potential and revitalizing this great resource.

I’ll be joined by Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, Long Beach City Councilmember Al Austin II, and the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, and we want to hear your ideas and get input from community members as we work to improve the future of our L.A. River. 

There will be family activities with trail exploring and light refreshments so please join us. 

Saturday, December 10
9 – 11 a.m.

Dominguez Gap Wetlands
Corner of Del Amo Blvd. & Oregon Ave.

Street parking is available and make sure to look for the directional signs.

For more information, please call Miguel Luna at (818) 568-9139.

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Please join Supervisor Hilda Solis, the City of Cudahy, the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, the L.A. County Bicycle Coalition and me for an event to kick-off the revitalization of the Upper Segment of the L.A. River. 

There will be biking, running, and walking along the L.A. River bikeway and the opportunity to discuss state legislation and issues of importance to the community.

Saturday, December 3rd
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Clara St. Park
4835 Clara Street
Cudahy, CA 90201

For more information please call (323) 826-6370.

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Please join Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, the AB 530 Working Group, The City of South Gate and me at a kick-off event for the Lower L.A. River Revitalization Plan.

The event will be at:

Hollydale Park
5400 Monroe Ave.
South Gate, CA. 90280

Saturday, November 12
9 - 11 a.m.

There will be light refreshments, water, and information about the L.A. River Planning Process.

For more information see our event flyer.

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I am joining with the California Community Foundation and the Pat Brown Institute at Cal State LA to host and invite you to the Southeast Los Angeles Economic Possibilities Summit.

This Summit will present and discuss the key findings from a recently completed economic and demographic assets report, which focused on the eleven incorporated cities and four unincorporated communities of Southeast Los Angeles.  The Summit audience will include more than 100 elected, business, labor, and community leaders in the study area. Beacon Economics will provide an in-depth overview of the research findings, followed by an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.

I have been working with both organizations on this important event in order to assess prevalent issues in the Southeast and with the goal of identifying tangible solutions for our community. This research has provided an opportunity take inventory of the human, housing, transportation, and business assets in Southeast Los Angeles and shows that it is returning to be the kernel of possibilities to achieve the American dream.

Simultaneous Spanish translation will be provided as well as a continental breakfast and lunch.

Please join me in this important dialogue by attending the Summit on:

Thursday, October 27
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Embassy Suites Downey
8425 Firestone Blvd
Downey, CA 90241

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As the Speaker of the State Assembly, I have the privilege to appoint members to California State Boards and Commissions.  There are more than 200 opportunities to serve in a wide variety of areas.

California needs your experience, your expertise, and your enthusiasm!

Please join me for an upcoming seminar regarding the application process.

Wednesday, October 19
5:30 p.m. – Registration
6 - 7 p.m. – Workshop

Progress Park Plaza Auditorium
15500 Downey Avenue
Paramount, CA 90723

Come learn about the application process so you have the best opportunity to be considered!

California needs quality leadership that reflects the rich diversity of our great state. We are looking for talented and qualified individuals to apply for these important roles. Appointments are an opportunity for civic engagement and a chance to enrich the lives of all Californians.

Will you or someone you know consider serving?

For more information or questions regarding appointments, please call my office at 916-319-2063 or visit my website appointments page.

Join us from 9AM-1:30PM at Mayfair Park (5720 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712) for
a discussion with state agency representatives to learn more about:

  • Greenhouse Gas Reduction
  • Fund programs and ways to put those dollars to work in your communities.
  • The Transformational Climate Communities, Urban Greening, Urban Forestry, and Active Transportation programs will be discussed.

Continental Breakfast and Networking Lunch provided.

Speakers to include:

Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the California State Assembly
Ashley Conrad-Saydah, Deputy Secretary for Climate Policy at California Environmental Protection Agency
Allison S. Joe, Deputy Director of the California Strategic Growth Council
Julie Alvis, Deputy Assistant Secretary for California Natural Resources Agency
John Melvin, Staff Chief for Resource Protection & Improvement at California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection
Laurie Waters, Associate Deputy Director at California Transportation Commission

Please RSVP by October 4 to mvergara@rmc.ca.gov

Hosted by the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, the Institute for Local Government, the Gateway Cities Council of Governments. and the San Gabriel Vally Council of Governments.

Special thanks to The Boeing Company.

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Health FairCity of Hawaiian Gardens-Human Services Department & Assemblymember Anthony Rendon present the 3K Fun Run/Walk & Health Fair

Saturday, September 24
Registration at 9 a.m.
Race starts at 10 a.m.

Fedde Sports Complex
21409 S. Elaine Avenue
Hawaiian Gardens

For more information 562 420-2641 ext. 256

hgcity.org

This Event Will Be Streaming Live on September 7 @ 2 p.m.

Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the Assembly,
in partnership with the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy & Urban Semillas

Invite you to attend a Disadvantaged Community Involvement Forum

Prop 1

As part of Proposition 1, the Department of Water Resources is required to spend no less than 10% of Prop.1 Chapter 7 funds to ensure that Disadvantaged and Economically Distressed Communities are involved in the Integrated Regional Water Management Plan. $51 Million have been allocated statewide of which $9.8 Million has been set aside for the Los Angeles Region.

Wednesday September 7, 2016
2 - 4 p.m.

Lynwood Bateman Hall
11331 Ernestine Avenue
Lynwood, CA 90260

Parking on site
Refreshments will be served

To RSVP, please visit: http://bit.ly/Prop1DAC or email: miguel@urbansemillas.com

Questions? Please call: 323-509-4813

ANTHONY RENDON SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY, in partnership with the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy & Urban Semillas, invites you to attend a forum seeking to engage Non-Governmental and Community-Based Organizations, representatives from disadvantaged and economically distressed cities, and interested stakeholders in the LA region about the Disadvantaged Communities Involvement Program. Participants will be informed and have an opportunity to provide input to ensure disadvantaged communities are beneficiary of the funding allocated through this process and have a deeper understanding on how they can influence and participate in this undertaking.

Come join Assemblymember Anthony Rendon, Supervisor Hilda Solis, and the River and Mountains Conservancy for a bike ride and run along the LA River on Saturday August 20.

The Bike Ride & Run will start at:

Maywood Riverfront Park
5000 Slauson Avenue
Maywood, CA 90270

and finish up at:

Cudahy River Park
5322 Clara St.
Cudahay, CA 90201

Registration will start at 8 a.m. followed by the bike ride and run at 8:30 a.m. Snacks and water will be available at both parks.

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This Thursday, June 9, the Assembly Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials Committee will hold a hearing on lead testing and clean-up in our communities near Exide.

As you may know, the Legislature and Governor recently approved $176.6 million to speed up testing and clean-up efforts in areas surrounding the former Exide battery plant.

This is your opportunity to share your comments and experiences with state officials so we can ensure funds are going to help those in need.

I hope you can attend.

Thursday, June 9
6 - 9 p.m.

Theodore Roosevelt High School Auditorium
456 S. Mathews St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033

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Spanish translation will be provided. If you have any questions about lead testing, access agreements with the state, or would like to share any feedback, please contact my office at (562) 529-3250.

Capitol Office
State Capitol
Room 219
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: (916) 319-2063
Fax: (916) 319-2163

District Office:
12132 South Garfield Avenue
South Gate, CA 90280
Tel: (562) 529-3250
Fax: (562) 529-3255