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City of Monrovia, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:75
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:1
Aggravated Assault:40
Property Crime:904
Larceny Theft:675
Motor Vehicle Theft:79
City of Monrovia, Census Data
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Total population of residents36,590
White resident population recorded21,932
Black or African American resident population recorded2,500
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded279
Asian resident population recorded4,107
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded76
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded14,043
Resident population of some other race recorded5,818
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,878
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Monrovia, California Weather Forecast

Current Conditions: Fair, 63 F
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Thu - Sunny. High: 78 Low: 54
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Sat - Mostly Sunny. High: 69 Low: 50
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Update: Woman Killed in Hit-and-Run Incident Thursday in San Clemente Identified
By Jim Shilander Fourth of July celebrations in San Clemente and Dana Point were marred by a pair of accidents Thursday. A 76-year old woman, Marthann Demchuk of Monrovia, was killed in a hit-and-run incident Thursday night just south of the intersection of Camino Capistrano and Coast Highway, near the Shorecliffs Beach Club in San [...]
July 05 2013 - Source:
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NICOLE RAMIREZ, Age Now: 4, Missing: 02/06/2010. Missing From MONROVIA, CA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office (California) 1-626-285-7171.
February 27 2014 - Source:

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Proposed Regional Connector To Benefit Future Expo Line Riders
A rail connector making it easier for Expo Line riders from Santa Monica to make an easier and more efficient connection with East Los Angeles received a significant boost Tuesday, with Metro staff recommending a nearly $1 billion design/build contract for the Regional Connector in downtown Los Angeles. The design/build contract is estimated to be worth $927.2 million, according to a Metro staff report. Metro staff recommended the funding be awarded to Regional Connector Constructors, which is a joint venture between Skanksa USA Civil West California and Traylor Bros. Skanksa is the same company working on Phase 2 of the Expo Line in Santa Monica. Forecast by Metro staff to be complete by September 2020, the Regional Connector would be a 1.9-mile underground rail connecting the Gold Line to the Blue and Expo lines, allowing trains to travel directly from Santa Monica to East Los Angeles (or Azusa to Long Beach) without making multiple transfers in downtown Los Angeles. A Metro staff report stated the entirely underground Regional Connector would begin at the Seventh Street/Metro Center station in downtown Los Angeles, head north to Second Street at Hope Street where it would then turn east toward Second Street and Central Avenue. At that intersection, the underground rail would then cross under First and Alameda streets before splitting up, with one line heading north toward the existing Gold Line stop at Union Station and the other heading east to connect with the Gold Line tracks heading toward East Los Angeles. Metro staff indicated the Regional Connector would add three new underground stations in the downtown area: Second and Hope; Second and Broadway; and, First and Central. Based upon current ridership, Metro staff stated it anticipates almost 59,000 daily trips on the Regional Connector. By 2035, daily trips are estimated to reach more than 100,000. Once the Expo Line begins full operations in 2016, a Metro rider starting from Santa Monica who wants to travel to any points along the Gold Line toward East Los Angeles would have to make two transfers in downtown Los Angeles. First, the Expo Line rider would have to travel from Santa Monica to the Seventh Street/Metro Center station in downtown Los Angeles. Once there, the rider would then have to switch to the Red Line heading toward its terminus at Union Station. At Union Station, the rider would once again have to make a switch to the Gold Line, the platform of which is not directly connected to the Red Line’s Union Station stop. The Regional Connector would eliminate those transfers. Similarly, Blue Line riders would be able to directly connect with the Gold Line’s Azusa route via the Regional Connector. The Gold Line currently ends at the Sierra Madre Villa just east of Pasadena. However, the Foothill Extension would add six more stops heading east, including stations in Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale, and Azusa. According to Metro, the Regional Connector project is partially funded by Measure R, a half-cent sales tax increase that was approved by voters across Los Angeles County in 2008. There are still at least two steps remaining in the decision-making process. The Metro Board of Directors considered the matter at an April 18 construction committee meeting at Union Station. Come April 24, the entire Metro Board is set to weigh in on the contract recommendation. The meeting will be at 9:30 am next Thursday at the Metro headquarters by Union Station.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source:

Mountain Ave. Street Closure
Mountain Ave. Street Closure to Start in Mid May   DUARTE, CA - Foothill Transit Constructors (FTC), the company building the Gold Line light rail project, will soon begin work to construct the railroad grade crossing improvements at the intersection of Mountain Avenue and Duarte Road, which is located in both the Cities of Monrovia and Duarte. The Intersection will be totally reconstructed to improve visibility for the train and for vehicles traveling along Mountain Ave. This work requires phased full closures of Mountain Avenue north and south of the center of Duarte Road starting in mid-May 2014 and completing in early 2015, approximately eight months.
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Easter season worship at Monrovia’s St Luke’s
The historic St. Luke’s Episcopal church at California Avenue and Foothill Boulevard in Monrovia will present a full series of afternoon and evening events for the Easter season from April 13-30 with choir music, book study and more. The Easter Vigil service on Saturday, in Monrovia will bring together the congregations of St. Luke’s and […]
Happening April 10 2014 - Source:

Happening in Monrovia April 5-6
April 5 – Build a birdbath/birdfeeder similar to the ones in the FOX movie “Rio 2” at Home Depot (1625 S. Mountain Ave) from 9 a.m. to noon. Workshop is designed for children 5 to 12 years old. Free. See   April 5 – San Gabriel Valley Choral Company will present a concert at […]
Happening April 01 2014 - Source:

Relay For Life of Monrovia is Crawling For a Cure this Saturday
Relay For Life of Monrovia is Crawling For a Cure The Cancer Fighting Superheroes of Monrovia Fundraise and Seek Volunteers through a Pub Crawl Monrovia, CA: Saturday March 22, 2014 ,Relay For Life of Monrovia a local grassroots movement to end cancer is having their annual Crawl for a Cure in an effort to raise […]
Happening March 20 2014 - Source:

Big Bear Sighting in Monrovia
A big bear was spotted on camera Friday strolling through a Southern California neighborhood and searching for something to eat.
Happening March 14 2014 - Source:

Monrovia, Missing People
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Actor, Filmmaker, Jeremy Fultz, Feature Film, The Greed of Men, to Debut at the Action on Film Fest
The Greed of Men will be showing Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at the 2 pm block at the Krikorian 12 theatre, 410 South Myrtle Avenue, Monrovia, CA 91016. []
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