Patricia Lock Dawson
DoorDash Partners with the City and Local Pantries for Last-Mile Deliveries
Food travels to people, not the other way, through the innovative partnership Project DoorDash
Why the Passage of CARE Court Means Hope for Families
Beautifying Riverside: A Communal Job
Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson shares one result of her Big Tent Tour: Riversiders want their city to be beautiful and welcoming. Enter "Beautify Riverside."
Mayor to host informational session on City of Riverside service opportunities Wednesday
The session will guide the public on how to apply to the available volunteer positions across Riverside's boards and commissions.
Promoting unity and cooperation: I will continue to represent everyone.
Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson discusses a future with political nonpartisanship and examines the need for greater focus on issues mattering most to the community.
State of the City Sneak Peek ￼
An early preview of Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson's 2022 State of the City Address.
This week at City Hall: Feb. 8
The mayor looks to maintain Riverside's global sister cities, local food trucks to see tightened regulations, and American Rescue Plan Act spending plans updated in the Budget Engagement Commission.
Residents provided honest positive, negative feedback during mayor’s get-to-know-you meeting
Downtown and Northside residents praise city improvements but criticize housing and homelessness crises during Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson's eighth tour date.
This week at City Hall: Feb. 1
City Council looks to fill open committee seats, Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson and other councilmembers request attention to the Santa Ana River bottom and RUSD seeks to rent two office spaces.
This week at City Hall: Jan 25
The city considers a transitional housing grant, the Housing And Homelessness Committee reviews housing barriers, and trail project updates review.
This week at City Hall: Jan. 18
The City Council reviews city financial reports, the mayor's veto power gets reviewed, and an affordable housing block in Casa Blanca is considered.
This week at City Hall: Nov. 2
The current COVID-19 safety measures are reviewed and the Board of Ethics will listen to the findings of a complaint filed against the mayor and several councilmembers.
Harvard graduate students coming to Riverside through Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative
This week at City Hall: Oct. 5
City Council considers the allocation of COVID-19 relief funds and the mayor is named in formal complaint along with several councilmembers.
This week at City Hall: Aug. 17
The mayor addresses American-Islamic relations, millions in ERA funding to be approved and the Land Use, Sustainability, and Resilience Committee considers two proposals.