Eastvale Community Events

Staff Reports

Courtesy: City of Eastvale; Several local residents enjoyed the last EATSvale Food Truck Festival

Eastvale – The last EATSvale Food Truck Festival and the National Night Out event were both a success. There were various pictures of both events. Check out the list below for several new events coming to Eastvale in the next month.  

The final EATSvale Food Truck Festival event of the year will take place on August 26 at 13200 Citrus Street. The time was modified to 5 pm to 10 pm so local resident can beat the heat. This last EATSvale festival will be Safari-themed. Come by for a night of food, games, music, beer, and more. Interested vendors may contact events@eastvaleca.gov.

Courtesy: City of Eastvale; Children of all ages loved the last EATSvale Food Truck Festival

The 4th Passport Day will be held at 8 a.m. on August 20 at Eastvale City Hall. The first 100 individuals will be able to check in with a QR code, receive an estimated return time, and are welcome to leave after check-in. This event will be on a first come, first serve basis and no appointments will be available. Form of payment accepted include personal checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks. Separate payments must be made for the passport fee and the processing fee. For any specific questions, please email cityclerk@eastvaleca.gov.

Another event that will take place will be the annual 9/11 memorial ceremony. The ceremony will take place at 6:45 a.m. on Sunday, September 11th at Fire Station 27, located at 7067 Hamner Ave. The ceremony will feature a moment of silence, a presentation of the flags, a singing of the national anthem, and a few dignitary remarks as we come together to honor the lives lost.

The next event will be the Eastvale Leadership Academy. This six-week program will begin on September 15 and conclude on October 27. This program will take place every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Eastvale Leadership Academy will walk you through the day-to-day operations of City Hall staff. To submit an application, please visit https://lnkd.in/gg9BcS6K. Applications are due August 31.

The last event is the 11th annual Eastvale State of the City on October 6, at 6 p.m. The State of the City will be held at VantagePoint Church, 8500 Archibald Avenue, Eastvale.

Each year, the City “honors several members or groups in the community who have made meaningful contributions to the city through volunteering, acts of kindness, and active community participation,” stated the City.

This year, they’ll recognize one individual, one community group, and one youth group at the State of the City. To apply or nominate someone you know, visit https://www.eastvaleca.gov/government/communications.

Courtesy: City of Eastvale; this lucky resident was able to sit on top of a Police Officer’s motorcycle at this year’s National Night Out event.
Courtesy: City of Eastvale; several children enjoyed the day at this year’s National Night Out, including petting horses.
Courtesy: City of Eastvale; a young girl smiled as looked at this Law Enforcement jeep.
Courtesy: City of Eastvale; Law Enforcement enjoyed themselves at this year’s National Night Out