Are you prepared for a major disaster? The County of Los Angeles is offering free Certified Emergency Response Training (C.E.R.T.) courses for Pomona residents. Space is limited. For more information please see the flyer here.
To register, please go to www.pomonacert.eventbrite.com
or call 626-350-4500.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department is going to be conducting Firefighter Preparatory Seminars in Pomona and other locations in LA County. For more information, you can view the flyer here.
The Pomona Valley Transportation Authority (PVTA) is offering two new Saturday pilot project routes from Garey High School and Emerson Middle School to the Library. For the operating days, schedule and additional information please see the flyers linked below.
New Pilot Shuttle Route to the Library - English Flyer
Nuevo Servicio De Transporte a la Biblioteca - Spanish Flyer
To view the report, please click below:
Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR):
Corridors Specific Plan:
|Active Transportation Plan (ATP)|
To view the Adopted Budget, please click below:
E-Bill Services are now available to Pomona utility customers! Take advantage of the benefits that this FREE online service has to offer by enrolling now.
• View your bills online 24/7
• Go paperless and have your bills e-mailed to you
• Pay your bill online with a checking or savings account
• Make one-time payments with a checking or savings account
• Sign up for automatic payments with a checking or savings account
To get started, you will need your customer number and account number from your most recent bill and your service address.
If you need assistance with enrolling or using this service, please call Customer Service at 909-620-2241. Our staff is available to assist you Monday through Thursday (closed Friday) between 7:30am and 6:00pm. We’ll be happy to walk you through the process.
The Passport Acceptance Office is located in the City Clerk Department in City Hall. Hours of operation are: Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. by appointment only. Please call (909) 620-2341 to schedule an appointment.
This Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) addresses the City of Pomona's planned response to emergency/disaster situations associated with natural disasters, technological incidents, and national security emergencies.