Eastvale, California, Monday, June 13, 2011 – The City of Eastvale today announced Phase II of the City’s design campaign, which will allow residents to weigh in on three options for the new Eastvale City Seal.
From Saturday, June 18 through Sunday, June 26, residents are encouraged to offer feedback on the initial designs by either completing public response cards that will be available at Albertsons, Vons, Ralphs, Roosevelt High School Bingo Night and Rosa Parks Elementary School or by completing the online survey hosted at www.identifyeastvale.com. In addition, the City will be soliciting public input at the Eastvale Picnic in the Park event on Saturday, June 25.
The ‘Identify Eastvale’ campaign was developed to allow residents an opportunity to offer input in the City’s seal design process. The 3-month campaign combines social media, online surveys and printed response cards and on-site promotion, culminating with a presentation to the City Council on Wednesday, July 13.
Visit www.identifyeastvale.com for the most updated campaign information.
About The City of Eastvale
Eastvale, California’s newest City, began operation on October 1, 2010. A short ten years before, Eastvale was a part of the world-famous Chino dairy area, home to thousands of dairy cattle and a handful of residents. Today, with approximately 80 percent of the city developed, Eastvale has a population of approximately 54,303 residents, served by a variety of local and regional shopping centers. Eastvale residents are proud of their community and of incorporation and the chance to chart their own future as an independent city. The City Council values and encourages civic engagement in the governing process.