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vacantlandAs Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency, the City of Pomona has the below listed properties available for sale.  State law related to the dissolution of Redevelopment Agencies in California requires that these properties be sold at not less that Fair Market Value, as determined by a qualified appraiser.  Interested parties should contact Kirk Pelser, Deputy City Manager, at (909) 620-2363 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with questions or offers.





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“Pomona Beautiful” Beautification Movement

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Mayor Tim Sandoval and the Pomona City Council encourage all residents and community members to volunteer and take an active role in beautifying and improving the quality of life throughout Pomona.  Everyone is invited to participate in the “Pomona Beautiful” volunteer beautification movement.    

“Pomona Beautiful” is a grassroots Citywide beautification effort promoted by Mayor Sandoval.  He has coordinated weekly volunteer clean-ups nearly every Tuesday, with the exception of major holidays, including other events such as the Annual Pomona Beautification Day.  For more information or to inquire about volunteer cleanup days, please contact the City Council Office at (909) 620-2376.

Use the hashtag #PomonaBeautiful on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share your own cleanup efforts or other ways to make Pomona VIBRANT, SAFE, and BEAUTIFUL.  Make sure to share the location and nature of your project to help promote this Citywide beautification movement.  Your post may be featured on the City’s social media pages! 

Make sure to follow the City of Pomona on social media.

Facebook: The City of Pomona

Twitter: @CityofPomona

Instagram: @CityofPomona

2017 Annual Water Quality Report

Starting July 1, 2017 the City of Pomona’s 2017 Annual Water Quality Report will be available at the link provided below. The report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water.

Click here for more information

Capital Improvement Program

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Notice of Changes In Parking Restrictions Along First Street Between Park Ave and Elm St.

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.



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