Reminder: Eastvale's Curfew Ordinance
As we approach the upcoming holiday season, the Eastvale Police Department would like to remind parents and juveniles about the city of Eastvale’s curfew ordinance. As students will have several days to weeks off from school, we ask that parents enforce and remind their children about all laws, municipal codes and ordinances.
Section 9.06.020 Curfew established.
It is unlawful for any minor to be in or upon any public street, road, sidewalk, highway, park, vacant lot, alley, playground, curb, gutter, driveway, walkway, or other public place, whether inside or outside a motor vehicle, between the hours of ten p.m. and five a.m. except as hereinafter set forth in Section 9.06.030. (Ord. 6302 § 1, 1996; Ord. 5998 § 1, 1992). Curfew violations are subject to a citation which is can result in a fine.
Section 9.06.030 Curfew exceptions.
The following shall constitute valid exceptions to the operation of the curfew:
A. The minor is accompanied by his or her parent or other responsible person over the age of twenty-one and approved by the child's parent or legal guardian;
B. The minor is on any emergency errand or lawful business as directed by his or her parent or legal guardian;
C. The minor is going directly between his or her home and place of employment. This exception shall only be valid if the child has in his or her possession a written statement from the employer attesting to the place and hours of employment;
D. The minor is coming directly home from a meeting or a place of public entertainment such as a concert, movie, play, athletic or sporting event, school, dance, political activity or religious activity. This exception will apply for one-half hour after the completion of such event, but in no case beyond two a.m.;
E. The minor is engaged in interstate or intrastate travel, with the consent of his or her parent or legal guardian;
F. The minor is emancipated, and has in his or her possession proof of such status.
(Ord. 5998 § 1, 1992)
The Eastvale Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety of the community, and urges all laws, ordinances and municipal codes to be followed. Non-emergency concerns may be reported to the Eastvale Police Department by calling 951-776-1099 or, in an emergency, by calling 9-1-1.