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Attend a Community Neighborhood Watch meeting held four times a year at the Rancho Cordova Police Department (RCPD), 2897 Kilgore Road. Each meeting focuses on an educational topic and incorporates information sharing between the community and RCPD. Stay tuned to the RCPD website for more information.

Create a free account on Nextdoor.com, a private social network for neighborhoods. You will receive safety updates from the Rancho Cordova Police Department, notices and events from the City, and events, lost pets, and recommendations from your neighbors. Get started.

Follow simple tips to be a good neighborhood by reading this Good Neighbor Guide.

  • Place trash in the appropriate bins and storing behind your front fence enclosure
  • Maintain fences surrounding your property
  • Keep your front yard neat and tidy to improve curb appeal
  • Do not store vehicles outside your garage

Get involved in the City’s Volunteer Program to engage in the community, enhance City services, and build great relationships. Click here to learn more.

Dream up a project that will improve your neighborhood, and the City will pitch in up to $500 to make it a reality. Learn more about our Small Community Grants Program.

Join Neighborhood Watch in your neighborhood. Click here for a list of active groups.

Download Fresh Connect on your mobile phone to report graffiti, potholes, trash/debris, and more, or ask a question. Click here for the desktop version.

Sign up for our monthly Fresh News e-newsletter to learn about upcoming events, business news, community programs, and more.

Connect with us on social media. Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and/or YouTube, don’t miss out on news tips and breaking alerts.

Have a Heart, Donate Smart by giving to charity, not panhandlers. Click here for more information about community resources.