More than 18 vehicles, including fire trucks, police cars, and public works vehicles, will be available for touring and picture-taking at this year’s Touch-a-Truck on Tuesday, April 4, a 10 a.m. on Memorial Way (outside of the back entrance to the Murrieta Public Library).
Hosted by the Murrieta Public Library, families are encouraged to bring their kids to tour various working trucks from around Murrieta and Riverside County.
Last year’s event was a success with over 500 attendees, and this year’s event is expected to be even bigger, especially since it coincides with Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s spring break.
Participating organizations include Murrieta Fire & Rescue, Murrieta Police Department, Murrieta Public Works Department, Murrieta Valley Historical Society, T. Maus Grading and Paving, Black’s Towing, Murrieta Valley Unified School District, Waste Management, Park Rangers, Riverside Transit Agency, San Diego Blood Bank, Smash My Trash, RivCo Animal Services, Animal Friends of the Valleys, and CalFire Riverside.
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