About RPO

What is Rancho Park Online?

Every community deserves a voice.

With RanchoPark Online.com, residents, business people and others who care about this neighborhood have the ability to decide what's the news. It's a social network, like Facebook, but centered on Rancho Park. If you care about Rancho Park, you can join now.

 

How Does it Work?

 
As with other social networks, each member creates his or her own individual page. You can submit an event about authors visiting Children's Book World, rave about your favorite cocktail at Westside Tavern, post a video from one of those doggie agility courses in the park, or whatever information is near and dear to you in this great neighborhood of ours.
Content from those pages, as well as Rancho Park-related information from other blogs, news sites and community groups will be featured on the main RanchoPark Online.com page as well.
Think of it as an online hub for all things Rancho Park. Instead of having to go to individual sites to get information about Rancho Park, we are gathering it for  you, and with you.
Why get Involved?
 
While you share, educate and inform, you will also learn: The MTA expects to have a light rail running along our stretch of Exposition Blvd by 2015; the Apple Pan has been serving it's classic burgers, sandwiches and pie for nearly 65 years;  and you'll discover any number of other notable eccentricities that make this place where you live, work or play lovable and unique.

This process creates informed citizens, which is one step closer to active citizens.

Here in Rancho Park, our diverse voices have at least one thing in common - we care about our community. By forming a cooperative, our united voice is more accurate, more current and more representative than just one individual.

That's the power of community.

Welcome to Rancho Park Online. Welcome to Rancho Park.
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Who Started Rancho Park Online?

 

RPO was begun by Orli Belman and Eddie North-Hager. We are two former journalists who met working in public relations. We share a vision for what a community-centered social network can be, a passion for civic engagement, a desire to see our respective neighborhoods thrive... and a sense of fun and adventure as we get to explore and expose people to our communities, both online and off. We welcome you on this journey with us.

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Membership has its privileges!

• Got news you think everyone should know? Blog it.
• Have a show or attending a benefit? Put it on the calendar.
• Got video of the big game? Embed it.
• Photos of the new storefront or the school play? Upload them.

Latest Activity

Institute of Musical Arts posted an event
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"Tossed Salad" by Storyteller Katy Rydell and Musician Robert S. Hilton at Institute of Musical Arts

March 22, 2015 from 3pm to 5pm
We have something very special in store..... Storyteller Katy Rydell and Musician Robert S. Hilton will present a unique program of stories and music, in their new show called "Tossed Salad" on Sunday, March 22, 2015, 3:00 p.m. at the Institute of…See More
Mar 11
Eddie North-Hager's blog post was featured

Vote for Rancho Park today!

To find out where you vote, click here -https://www.lavote.net/locator/ - and put in your address. If you want your elected representative to care about your concerns and the issues in…See More
Mar 3
Eddie North-Hager posted a blog post

Vote for Rancho Park today!

To find out where you vote, click here -https://www.lavote.net/locator/ - and put in your address. If you want your elected representative to care about your concerns and the issues in…See More
Mar 3
Diane Gross liked Diane Gross's blog post Proposed Zoning Change Decreasing Property Values in our Neighborhood Could be Effective Mid-March
Mar 2
Diane Gross liked Diane Gross's blog post Proposed Zoning Change Decreasing Property Values in our Neighborhood Could be Effective Mid-March
Mar 2
Tracy Levine Wallace posted an event

Parent Workshop - Talking with Your Tween about Human Development at Palms Recreation Center

March 17, 2015 from 6:30pm to 8pm
With more children starting puberty at a younger age it is important that they get the facts about the changes happening to their bodies sooner rather than later. This workshop is designed to empower and educate parents in a relaxed, supportive…See More
Mar 2
Leonard Shilton left a comment for LORIN JOHN 0'NEIL CACCAMISE
"Nice to see that others remember the "good ol' days" fondly! A lot of history, here.  the more people who post their remembrances, the better.  Keeps it all alive. "Progress" is sometimes "regress," if…"
Feb 27
LORIN JOHN 0'NEIL CACCAMISE left a comment for Leonard Shilton
"I love that we share "all" the same memories. I've been in South Ontario, CA for 31 years because, although I still have business in Rancho Park, I discovered the 50's in Ontario. Good luck to you....and those of us who…"
Feb 27
LORIN JOHN 0'NEIL CACCAMISE commented on Orli Belman's blog post Nordstrom is Leaving the West Side Pavillion for Century City in 2017
"In the 1940's the neighborhood kids, including myself and Bobby Driscoll, shared a TREE HOUSE AND TRUCK TIRE SWING in the small grove of trees where Nordstrom now invades. Goodbye !!! I'm pleased to have invested in West Pico Commercial…"
Feb 27
Daniel Beaney liked Diane Gross's blog post Proposed Zoning Change Decreasing Property Values in our Neighborhood Could be Effective Mid-March
Feb 26
Daniel Beaney liked Diane Gross's blog post Proposed Zoning Change Decreasing Property Values in our Neighborhood Could be Effective Mid-March
Feb 26
Profile IconDaniel Beaney and Kathleen Ramos joined Rancho Park Online
Feb 26

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