Social Media: Connecting Monrovia On & Offline
The City of Monrovia encourages all of our residents, businesses and visitors to get engaged and stay updated to what's going on, both online and offline. Check out our Social Media and see you you can get connected.
From March 9 - May 17, all those who sign up will help vote to send our City Leaders to a Dunk Tank for Monrovia Day.
The City of Monrovia operates a Facebook page and Twitter account. Like us, follow us, egage with us. Find us on Facebook at City of Monrovia or follow us on Twitter @MonroviaCA. Just click the icons below to get started. Sorry, no comments allowed on Facebook.
Your BUSINESS COMMUNITY
Check out the MyMonrovia Business Blog to find out what's new, what's happening and who's who at mymonrovia.blogspot.com. The blog lets you stay updated on fun dining spots, business profiles and what's going on in our business community. Click the icon to get started.
Your POLICE DEPARTMENT
Follow the Monrovia Police Department on Twitter @MonroviaPolice. Get the latest crime news and alerts as they happen so you stay informed and share with others. Click the icon to get started.
The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) provides a great way for those to stay engaged through Facebook. Look for "Monrovia Area Partnership" on Facebook, LIKE us, and start joining in the conversation. Click the icon to get started.
Need more of a Neighborhood fix? Follow the neighborhood blog: theneighborhoodfix.blogspot.com. This is a great way to find upcoming events, yard sales, a true community calendar, and get inspired by what your other neighbors are doing. Click the icon to get started.
The Monrovia Public Library offers a myriad of different ways to get involved.
The library has a tech blog, literacy blog, history blog & library blog. Click the icon to choose which one fits you best. Looking for photos and video? Try the Library's YouTube or Flickr feeds!
Your YOUTH ACTIVITY
Monrovia youth can stay connected too! The Teen Advisory Board lets youth in Monrovia know what's going on just for them. You can be part of the discussion on Facebook. Just click the icon. If you're more visual, follow their tumblr feed and click below.
Monrovia Youth Sports for 4th and 5th graders now has a blog. You can keep up with game times, schedules, cancellations, standings and more. Monroviayouthsports.blogspot.com. Click the icon below to follow along.