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Monrovia Invites Residents to Annual MAP Conference

The City of Monrovia invites you to the 6th Annual MAP Neighborhood Conference, Saturday, April 25, 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Monrovia Community Center, 119 West Palm.

MAP is a partnership of residents, agencies and city departments, joining unique skills, knowledge and expertise to make Monrovia a strong and vibrant community. Since 2006, MAP has worked year round to develop and promote programs that enhance public trust, practice effective problem solving and educate residents on the subjects of neighborhood safety and community pride.

This event only comes once a year and it’s not to be missed.  Be sure to save your spot by registering early and tell your friends to do the same. At the Conference, participants will enjoy free food, workshops, an information/health fair and small group discussions with other residents, community leaders, city staff and local. This event is free, fun and a great way to be part of Team Monrovia!

Join us to celebrate our community and learn about all the ways we continue to work together for a stronger Monrovia.  Register today to save your spot in workshops like:

- Rail Safety
- Sidewalk First Aid/CPR
- Coffee with a Cop
- Stress Relief/Breathing Exercises
- Library Resources 101
- Disaster Preparedness, and much more

To find out more or register for the Conference, visit, call 932-5504 or e-mail

While the MAP Neighborhood Conference is being offered free of charge, registration is required. Register online at or in person at the following locations: Monrovia City Hall, Monrovia Community Center or the Monrovia Public Library. For more information, you can also call Neighborhood Services Staff at (626) 932-5504.

Source: Monrovia press release

- Brad Haugaard

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