Pursuant to the City Council Meeting Rules adopted by Resolution No. 24076,
members of all Boards and Commissions and the public are reminded that they must
preserve order and decorum throughout the meeting. In that regard, members of all
Boards and Commissions, as well as the public participants are advised that any
delay or disruption in the proceedings or a refusal to obey the orders of the City
Council, Boards and commissions, or their presiding officer constitutes a violation of
The City of Riverside is committed to fostering a respectful workplace that requires
all employees and external stakeholders to embrace a culture of transparency and
inclusivity. This includes acceptable behavior from everyone; a workplace that
provides dignity, respect, and civility to our employees, customers, and the public
they serve. City meetings should be a place where all members of our community
feel safe and comfortable to participate. While there could be a high level of emotion
associated with topics on this agenda, the City would like to set the expectation that
all members of the public use language appropriate to a collaborative, professional,
and respectful public environment.
The City is resolute in its commitment to eliminate any form of harassment,
discrimination, or retaliation in the workplace. The City maintains a zero-tolerance
policy for harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in compliance with new
harassment and discrimination laws.
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The City of Riverside is committed to a workplace that requires acceptable behavior from
everyone - a workplace that provides dignity, respect, and civility to our employees,
customers, and the public.
City of Riverside Planning Commission action on all items may be appealed to the City
Council within ten calendar days after the decision.
(951) 826-5371 for further information.
Contact the Planning Division at
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meetings accessible to the public. Upon request, this agenda will be made available in
appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, as required by 42 U.S.C.
§12132 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any person with a disability who
requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in a meeting should
direct such request to the City's ADA Coordinator at 951-826-5427 at least 72 hours
before the meeting, if possible.
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Agenda related materials provided to the Planning Commission are available for public
inspection in the Planning Division Office during normal business hours and in the binder
located in the meeting room while the meeting is in session.