The new free 2 hours parking restriction began November 1st, 2016. On-street parking will be limited to 2 hours per day, per block, from 8am to 12am along First Street between Park Avenue and Elm Street.
For those affected by the new parking restriction changes, two pay-for-parking options will be available. One can purchase a quarterly commuter parking permit for $120.00 ($90.00 for Pomona residents). A commuter parking permit is applicable for lots 5, 10, and 12. The permit is NOT applicable for on-street parking.
The City is embarking on a process to comprehensively update Pomona’s Zoning and Subdivision Codes, the regulations that govern development in the city. This effort will shape future growth and help realize the community’s vision for Pomona as a safe, vibrant, and livable community with a robust local economy. As the project progresses, the community will be kept informed through numerous public meetings and workshops.
On Thursday June 29th, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), the agency tasked with addressing homelessness in Los Angeles County, released the results of the City of Pomona’s Point-in-Time homeless count, conducted in January 2016. The data released showed a count of 689, a 24.45% reduction in homelessness in Pomona.
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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.