Our Mission

We stand in solidarity with our partners, children and fellow residents for the protection of our rights, safety, health, and families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our democracy.

Ridgecrest United stands together in this belief: all humans have certain rights. We unite as a peaceful, grassroots organization to promote the well-being for all humans regardless of gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, age, ability, or birthplace.


We reside in California's 23rd Congressional District, in the 34th California State Assembly District, and in the 15th California State Senate District. One of our goals is to have our progressive voices heard by our Representative at the State and U.S. Congress. The ultimate goal is to make our community and our beloved country a better place to live for all of us.


Visit the "Our Representatives" page on this site for contact information for our State and Congressional leaders.


Keep up with Ridgecrest United Events on our public Facebook Page




all meetings are subject to change


Ridgecrest United Monthly Meeting, day TBA each month


At Desert Valleys Credit Union, Community Conference Room, 6:00-8:00 pm

100 E. Ward (corner of N. China Lake Blvd. and Ward)


September 2018

Tuesday, September 25, 6:00 p.m. at Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union, Community Conference Room, 100 E. Ward, Ridgecrest. (Agenda will be posted in the week preceding the meeting.)

August 2018

Tuesday, August 28, 6:00 p.m. at Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union, Community Conference Room, 100 E. Ward, Ridgecrest.


Focus Topics:


1. Projects/actions - current and proposed

    1.1. Update on Ridgecrest Pride Festival 2019


2. November elections and voter registration

    3.1. Neighborhood canvassing - let's do it!

    3.2. Actions to support candidates, including Reese Hogg III for City Council and Tatiana Matta for Congress


3. SCOTUS nominee - What are the implications and what can we do?


4. Additional news, questions, concerns and gripes


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  1. Be respectful.
  2. Engage in active listening.
  3. One person should speak at a time.
  4. Introverts, step up/Extroverts, step back.
  5. It's okay to disagree, don't be afraid.
  6. Be brief.




Three websites for Civic Action


These sites will help you stay in the loop and give you some specific statements to say when calling or writing our representatives



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Ridgecrest United is a community organization in Ridgecrest, California.