Riverside’s Victoria Woods, Hawarden Hills & Alessandro Heights neighborhoods are amongst some of the wealthiest in the nation with a high percentage of discretionary income.
All RLM content is highly focused and targeted to appeal to the lifestyles of the residents living in the highest net worth and high income households in the City.
Our publisher has lived in Riverside his entire life, is well connected in the City and has a strong understanding of the needs of RLM’s readership as well as the needs of sponsors.
The beauty of print is that you can reach out and touch it. It’s about more than paper and ink. Print advertising allows for storytelling in a way that engages and inspires.
Thank you for stepping out and creating this wonderful magazine! I thoroughly enjoy it.
I wanted to thank you for this great magazine representing our wonderful city of Riverside. It has great color and interesting stories.
"Our own magazine"
You’ve given us our own magazine. Thank you so much.
Residents have a higher income than 99.1% of the neighborhoods in America. Executive lifestyle ``best choice`` neighborhoods for California which is rated better for executive lifestyles than 97.0% of the neighborhoods in California.
A higher rate of graduate degrees than is found in 95.1% of U.S. neighborhoods, where the average American neighborhood has 8.4%.
Their stately homes tend to maintain high real estate appreciation rates. In addition, real estate in the neighborhood has a higher rate of owner-occupied housing than found in 95.5% of U.S. neighborhoods.
In 2018, storytelling will play a bigger role in content marketing and this will involve print advertising. The idea of “build it and they will come” isn’t enough anymore. You also need to tell a story that resonates with your audience, and print-based advertising represents an ideal way to accomplish this. - Grassroots Advertising
Riverside Living Magazine allows business to target and penetrate the most afﬂuent buyers in the City. The magazine’s readership all have incomes above $100,000 and with some homes values upwards of $3.5 million. With highly focused content and sponsors, the magazine is read and enjoyed by the residents; this is not a coupon magazine that is quickly tossed aside.
Every issue of Riverside Living Magazine features a neighborhood family on the cover along with a feature article.
Matt and Sarah Irving sit comfortably at their kitchen table sipping coffee; their kids, Isaac 15, and Kate 13, lounge on the couch nearby, video games in hand. "We are a goofy family," announces Matt. And while that may be true, they are also a very active family dedicated to each other, the community, their church, and to having fun.
We also include a spotlight on the good works of a local charity.
For over 20 years, Riverside Community Health Foundation (RCHF) has been committed to a mission of improving the health and well-being of the community. Over the years RCHF has provided health education, preventative services, grants and direct health programs to those most in need.
We report on the special events around town of the last month and preview upcoming events of interest.
This Earth Month, Riverside can show what parks mean to our community by nominating our great city. Encourage your friends to nominate Riverside by taking a selfie in your favorite park and using the hashtags #MeetMeAtThePark, #Parkies and #CelebrateEarth.
Civic leaders contribute with updates about Riverside’s continued growth and development.
Ask Your Councilman:
Q: Many of my neighbors have been discussing the speed limit. How are the speeds determined?
A: Many residents inquire about speed limits and how they're determined or "set". By California law, prima facie speed limits are normally determined by how a majority of motorists drive.