Hemet celebrates first Adopt-A-Street participants

A ribbon-cutting and sign dedication ceremony Thursday, Sept. 1, recognizes All Good Things Ministry for being the first participant in Hemet’s Adopt-A-Street beautification program. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
With all the fanfare of a retail store or restaurant grand opening, Hemet city officials and members of the Hemet city council gathered at the northeast corner of Elk Street and Latham Avenue Thursday, Sept. 1, to recognize All Good Things Ministry as the first participant in the city’s Adopt-A-Street program.Consistent with accomplishing one of the city’s Strategic Plan goals to improve quality of life and community engagement, City Council members approved the voluntary public participation program Oct. 12, 2021, to give stakeholders of Hemet and surrounding regions the opportunity to partner with the city in beautifying and maintaining public areas. Eligible adoption streets are city roads located within the city’s boundaries. It does not apply to federal and state highways, c
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