Paul’s Plan for a Stronger District

Enhance Public Safety

  • Support Police and Fire by making sure they have appropriate levels of staffing, training, and equipment, while hiring more than 60 Officers and Fireman over the next 5 years

          Police

  • 60 New Police Officers (All Patrol)
    • 3-4 Officers Per Shift Dedicated to Ward 4
    • Ward Action Team Dedicated to Hot Spot Crime Issues
  • 17 Officers by June 2017 (Authorized and Funded May 2017)
  • 16 Officers July 2018
  • 14 Officers July 2019
  • 13 Officers July 2020
    • New Vehicles & Equipment
    • 14 New Dispatchers (2017-2020)
    • 11 Civilian Support Personnel (2017-2020)

            Fire
                 New Orangecrest Station (2019-2020)

    • New Engine
    • New Ladder Truck
    • New Emergency Squad
    • 10 New Personnel (2017-2019)
  • Obtain funding for expanded parks and recreation programs & services
  • Require dedicated police patrol services to Orangecrest, Mission Grove, Mission Ranch
  • Control the flow of commercial traffic and keep big rigs out of our residential neighborhoods with dedicated truck routes

Protect Quality of Life

  • Roads/Medians
    • Orangecrest
      • West (*Feb/March 2018)
      • Central (*March/April 2018)
      • East (*May/June 2018)
    • Mission Grove – Completed 2017
    • Canyon Crest – Completed 2016
    • Casa Blanca – Completed 2015
    • Mission Ranch (*Parts 2019)
    • Overlook /Alessandro Heights – (*May/June 2019)
    • Median Restoration / Enhancements (May – July 2017)

    Sewer

    • Replace 8 Miles Sewer Force Main (June 2017)
    • Install 5 Miles – Van Buren Blvd to Washington (June 2019)

    Parks

    • Mission Ranch Park (In Design – *Build 2019)
      • Skate & BMX Element
      • New Baseball/Softball Fields
      • New Soccer/Football Field
      • Possible Dog Park Space
    • Orange Terrace Park & Community Center
      • Renovation (Underway Now)
  • Support March ARB’s good neighbor policy with no overnight commercial flights
  • Continue to preserve our open spaces by upholding Proposition R and Measure C
  • Promote pride in our Ward and enhance our sense of community by establishing annual community events and concerts in the at Orange Terrace Park and keeping our streets and neighborhoods in pristine condition.

No More New Taxes or Debt

Create Economic Growth

  • Encourage local investment and job growth by leveraging relationships with domestic and international partners
  • Facilitating 3 new shopping centers in Orangecrest and Mission Ranch
  • Encourage small business growth by streamlining city permit processes, lowering fees, reducing bureaucratic red tape and facilitating management and marketing training for new businesses
  • Promote smart development that helps keep our economy strong while preserving our unique heritage and curbing traffic

Focus on Education

  • Encourage business-education partnerships for after-school job training, internships, mentoring and college-prep opportunities
  • Advocate at state and national levels for increased funding for education
  • Support funding to sustain UCR Medical School
  • Find ways to incentive our college graduates to work, live and play in Riverside