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Panhandling is not inherently illegal. The City encourages residents to respond to panhandlers with a respectful but firm “No.” All of our partner organizations as well as law enforcement concur that giving money to panhandlers does more harm than good, and may encourage panhandling and support illegal activity including drug use. Responsible options for generosity include volunteering with or donating to any of the local organizations which work to solve homelessness in our community. If the panhandler is aggressive and you feel threatened, then call 911. You may also dial 211 or visit www.connectriverside.org for additional resources for helping those in need, including information about Community Mission of Hope and other front-lines relief organizations.
Parking will be available in the Old Town Garage in Old Town Temecula.
Parking will be available in the Old Town Garage located at 28690 Mercedes Street, as well as many off site locations with convenient shuttles to the event at TVE2 located at 43200 Business Park Drive, and the dirt lot on the corner of Santiago and Ynez Roads.
Shuttles will be running 7am-5pm on Saturday, March 3rd.
We will have a designated space behind the Stampede parking lot on 1st Street for Uber/Lyft drop-off and pick-up. See map for more detail.
This event is free and open to the public. Participants who wish to cruise and be in the show must pay the fee.
Friday, March 2nd and Saturday, March 3rd 2018.
Yes, reserved parking was well received and will continue to be a part of the Temecula Rod Run.
Black = TrashBlue or Grey = RecyclingGreen = Green WasteFor more information please visit: CR&R Residential Services
Please do not place these items in the recycling cart StyrofoamPlastic bagsOrganics (yard/food waste) Construction wasteElectronicsHousehold hazardous waste (cleaners, pesticides, paints, light bulbs, medications, etc.)
The California Integrated Waste Management Act (CIWMA) of 1989 mandates that all cities and counties in California reduce solid waste disposed at landfills generated within their jurisdictions by 50%. Cities and Counties that do not meet the State goals may be fined up to $10,000 per day.