While normally we are not a place where we worry about diseases, lately there have been several instances of West Nile Virus being found in Rosemont. This potentially very serious disease can be fairly easily prevented, mostly by controlling the mosquitos in the area. And fortunately there are easy ways to do that. Come to the August 3 RCA Board meeting at 7:00pm and hear a briefing by the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito & Vector Control District, whose task it is to control these kinds of problems. Learn what steps you can take to prevent you and your family and friends form being infected with this serious illness. The meeting will be at Atonement Church, 9242 Kiefer Blvd.
Learn How to Avoid West Nile Virus
- Learn How to Protect Your Computer and Identity — The next RCA finance management workshop will be Tuesday, Sept 26, and will be on computer security and preventing identity theft – sadly topics that are increasingly important these days. Anyone who has had their identity (and money) stolen or their computer hacked or held for ransom knows how distressful and difficult it can be [...]
- Help Select Our New EMS Principal — Garrett Kirkland, our Principal at Einstein Middle School, has been reassigned to become the Principal at Hiram Johnson High School effective immediately. Garrett has done much to build a very strong and positive reputation at Einstein, and our Rosemont community thanks him greatly and we will miss him; but we also congratulate him and wish [...]
- Get Prepared for an Emergency — Learn the basics of community emergency response at a free training by the Sacramento Metro Fire District. You can participate just for your own information or as the first step in being a part of the Metro Fire Cert Team – Community Emergency Response Team. What you will learn will always be helpful wherever you [...]
- Concerned about Crime Problems? — Recently we’ve noticed an increasing number of posts on Rosemont social media about crime issues, with the question whether we should explore hiring a private security patrol to help make our community safer. There are several neighborhoods in the Sacramento area that have hired such a service, and the question posed is whether we should [...]
- Let’s Re-boot our Neighborhood Watch Programs — As we head back from vacations, it’s a great time to “re-boot” our Neighborhood Watch programs in Rosemont. These networks of small neighborhood groups are one of our primary means of keeping crimes and other problems under control here. Whenever we see someone reporting a problem, the natural question is: Do you have a Neighborhood [...]