Republican Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto spoke with KVCR's Jonathan Linden to discuss his bills AB-1876 and AB-1968, which Governor Gavin Newsom signed in July.
Hundreds of local residents turned out Monday night to celebrate the 30th year of the Murrieta Police Department. Senator Melissa Melendez and state Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto presented Conrad with a proclamation that recognized the police department's 30 years of service in Murrieta.
On the grounds of the State Capitol stands the California Firefighters Memorial which bears the names of over fourteen hundred men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice while keeping the people of California safe.  I had the honor of working alongside these heroes during my career in the fire service, and many of them lived and served right here in our 67th district community. These firefighters passed under tragic circumstances from either the dangerous nature Read More...
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) is proud to announce that the Governor has signed his legislation to expand opportunities for individuals to receive an Emergency Career Substitute Teaching Permit and improve the pool of those who can fill teaching vacancies. AB 1876 allows the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) to issue an Emergency Career Substitute Permit at the request of a school district, if that district participates in a consortium of Read More...
Every year, California faces unpredictable and devastating wildfires. As a retired Fire Battalion Chief and firefighter serving in the State of California for 35 years, I have experienced firsthand the dangerous and life-altering effects a fire can have on families and businesses in our communities. Approximately 95% of wildfires in California are caused by human activity. But, there are precautions we can take to prevent fires before they start.
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) is proud to announce that the Governor has signed his legislation to support and assist survivors of sexual assault on California’s University and State college campuses. AB 1968 requires the California State University (CSU) and requests the University of California (UC) campuses to standardize content on their websites so victims of sexual assault can quickly and easily find the necessary resources immediately Read More...
A new Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis Hotline is now available nationwide. Calling or texting 988 will connect you directly with a trained, compassionate counselor who will listen, provide support, and connect you to the appropriate resources. This service is free, confidential, and available 24 hours/7 days a week. Pressing “1” after dialing 988 will connect callers directly to the Veterans Crisis Lifeline.The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is a national Read More...
Every year, California faces unpredictable and devastating wildfires. As a retired Fire Battalion Chief and firefighter serving in the State of California for 35 years, I have experienced firsthand the dangerous and life-altering effects a fire can have on families and businesses in our communities. Approximately 95% of wildfires in California are caused by human activity. But there are precautions we can take to prevent fires before they start. In order to keep us all Read More...
Today we commemorate the founding of our great nation. It’s a day of history and hope, remembrance, and independence.   We honor all of our brave service members and veterans for continuing to defend our freedoms.   We come together as a community, as Americans, to celebrate the spirit of the U.S.A. and enjoy fun, food, family, and fireworks.   May you and your family have a safe and festive holiday.
Before the celebration at the park Zimmerman and the other council members, along with Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, retiring Police Chief Pat Walsh and local community groups, proudly rode in the parade watching and waving to the cheering spectators lining La Piedra Road.