Current Stories and Life Saving Tips

Riverside City Council Honors MySafe:Riverside

The Riverside City Council, led by Mayor Rusty Bailey honored MySafe:Riverside for the work performed in 2016. After a brief introduction by the Mayor, education director Cameron Barrett delivered a 10-minute slide presentation, highlighting the results of our efforts, including schools visited, events participated in, public service announcements developed and...
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Janet Goeske Foundation Older Adult Health Fair

MySafe:Riverside joined the Riverside City Fire Department with a presentation and information booth at the 2016 Janet Goeske Older Adult Health Fair. Demonstrations were performed, and information on wildfires, earthquakes, and how to escape home fires was provided to fair attendees. “It was a terrific group of people today, and...
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MySafe:Riverside Starts School Education Program

MySafe:Riverside, the fire and life safety partner of the Riverside City Fire Department, began its elementary school fire education program today. Our curriculum is designed to support the ongoing activities in the classroom, supporting the existing teaching staff and school leadership. “Today, our team visited Foothill Elementary School, and the...
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Understanding El Niño. The Threat is Real.

With winter approaching, it’s very important for Californians to start understanding El Niño. The threat is real. The wet weather phenomenon has become a huge blip on the forecasting radar for the Western United States since summer. But what does it really mean for Californians in general, and Southern Californians specifically? What...
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