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Mayor Sandoval

 

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Tim Sandoval moved to Pomona when he was just nine years old. Even as a child, he knew that a community as richly diverse as Pomona was capable of amazing things. As Pomona High’s class speaker, he defended the character of the school and the surrounding community in an impassioned year-end speech. He attended Montvue Elementary, Emerson Middle School, and Pomona High School before finishing his education at University of California, Riverside.

After graduating, Tim returned to Pomona to help others in our community to access college as well. He led Pomona Valley Community Development Center’s youth programs, and then taught English at a nearby school. In 2001, Tim became a founding member of Bright Prospect, a mentoring organization that has helped more than two thousand low-income youth become part of the first generation of their family to complete their Bachelor’s degrees. Many of these youth come to share Tim’s passion for Pomona, returning after college to give back to the community.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT TIM

PERSONAL

  • Pomona Resident for 35 Years
  • Montvue Elementary ’82, Emerson Middle School ’84, and Pomona High School ‘88
  • Pomona Little and Senior League Baseball, Pomona Progress Bulletin Paper Boy, Cub Scout and Boy Scout
  • Pomona High School Senior Class Speaker
  • Claremont McKenna College
  • Chaffey Community College
  • UC Riverside
  • Bright Prospect Program Director, 2002-2016
  • Charter Oak High School, Teacher, English, International Baccalaureate Program, 1999-2002
  • Pomona Valley Center for Community Development, Youth and Community Development Project Manager, 1997-1999
  • Married to Criselda Haro Sandoval – Ganesha H.S., Swarthmore College and UC Berkeley Law School, Attorney at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Los Angeles

Leadership and Community Service

  • Mayor, City of Pomona, 2016-Present
  • Chair, Board of Directors, Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority
  • Vice-Chair, Alameda Corridor East (ACE)
  • Lead Developer of Nationally Recognized Bright Prospect Crews Program, 2005-2016
  • Led Effort to Expand Bright Prospect from 12 students in 2003 to over 2,000 students in 2016
  • Initiated Partnership with Pomona Unified School District Superintendent and School Board to expand Bright Prospect to Diamond Ranch High School and Village Academy
  • Chairperson, Southern California College Access Network, 2009-2014
  • Southern California College Access Network Steering Committee Member, 2004-2015
  • Lead Organizer, Community Cultural Events in downtown Pomona that included presentations by writer Luis Rodriguez and MIT Professor Jonathan King, 1995-1999
  • Committee Member to Bring Los Angeles Philharmonic to Pomona, 1999-2000
  • City of Pomona Solid Waste Ad Hoc Committee Appointee, 1999
  • Chairperson, City of Pomona Waste & Recycling Task Force, 2014-2016
  • Public Library Board Member.  Co-Developer of City of Pomona Public Library Homework Club
  • Pomona dA Center for the Arts Board Member.  Focused on Marketing Events and Programming to Youth to Increase their participation with the dA
  • Clean & Green Pomona Board Member
  • Co-Lead Effort to Establish Moratorium on New Waste & Recycling Businesses
  • Diane Middleton Foundation Board Member
  • Lead Organizer of Showing of Documentary Made in LA
  • Pomona Community Day at LA County Fair
  • Pomona Heritage Member
  • College Counselor Volunteer for Non-Bright Prospect High Schools
  • Global Leadership Institute Founding Member, 1995-2012
  • Pomona Beautification Volunteer
  • Pomona Just Us 4 Youth Volunteer
  • Los Angeles County Homeless Count Volunteer

 

Mayor's Office:

Pomona City Hall
Second Floor
505 S. Garey Ave.
Pomona, CA 91766

 

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 660
Pomona, CA 91769

 

Telephone Numbers:

909-620-2376
909-620-3707 (Fax)

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Council Member Steve Lustro

District 5

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Steve Lustro has been a resident of Pomona since 1982.  He grew up in Monterey Park, attending Repetto Elementary and Mark Keppel High School.  Steve’s interest in his neighborhood and community was evident when, at nine years of age, he wrote to City Hall and asked that additional streetlights be installed on his block and that “stop” signs be erected at a nearby intersection for increased safety.  The City found the requests to be warranted and both requests were honored.  Steve’s first foray into public service was as a two-year member of the Monterey Park Youth Commission while he was in high school.

After being involved in various aspects of running a small, family-owned building maintenance business for nearly a decade, Steve made a life-changing decision to pursue a longtime passion – Urban and Regional Planning – at Cal Poly Pomona.  Upon graduation, Steve joined the Community Development Department staff at the City of Claremont, first as the City’s sole Code Enforcement Officer and then in progressively more responsible positions in the Planning Division.  In 2000, he pursued a promotional opportunity as City Planner in the City of Montclair.  Seven years later, Steve was promoted to Director of Community Development, overseeing the Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement functions of the City.  After nearly 25 years of public service, Steve retired in April 2016.

Steve has been married to Sharon Weltmer Lustro since January 1983.  Sharon grew up in Honolulu, Long Beach, and Fullerton and is an alumna of Cal State Fullerton's Business program.  Before retiring in 2019, she taught English as a Second Language and citizenship preparation classes at Chino Valley Adult School.  Steve and Sharon are the proud parents of two adult children, both products of Pomona schools and UC Berkeley.  Olivia is an assistant ER clinical director at Kaiser Permanente, and Drew is a software engineer.

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Urban and Regional Planning, Cal Poly Pomona

 

PROFESSIONAL

  • Member, American Planning Association
  • Member, American Institute Of Certified Planners
  • Former Member, International Council of Shopping Centers
  • 24 years professional municipal and regional planning experience
  • 20 years management experience in a small, family-owned business

Community Service

  • City of Pomona Board of Parking Place Commissioners, 2017-2018
  • City of Pomona Planning Commission, 1991-1997
  • Governing Board Member, Pomona Unified School District, 1997-2005, 2008-2009
  • Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity Design & Construction Committee, 2007-2016
  • Member, City of Pomona Sign Code Revision Committee
  • Member, Pomona Host Lions Club
  • Decker Elementary School Site Council
  • Ranch Hills Elementary School, PTA Board Member and Newsletter Editor
  • Diamond Ranch High School Steering Committee, 1993-1997
  • Campaign for Proposition E, Lead Community Organizer, 1990-1991
  • Phillips Ranch Homeowners Association Board of Directors

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Elected Representatives

 

 

ASSEMBLY

Assembly member FREDDIE RODRIGUEZ
(AD-52nd District)
Pomona, Montclair, Ontario, and Chino.

http://asmdc.org/members/a52/

E-mail: Use form on web page

Capitol Office:
State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849, Room 2160
Sacramento, CA 94249-0052
Tel: 916-319-2052 

District Office:
13160 7th Street
Chino, CA 91710
Tel: 909-902-9606

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STATE SENATE

Senator CONNIE M. LEYVA
(SD-20th District)
Pomona, Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga.

http://sd20.senate.ca.gov/

E-mail: Use form on web page

Capitol Office:
State Capitol, Room 4061
Sacramento, CA 95814-4900
Tel: 916-651-4020
Fax: 916-651-4920

Chino Office:
11780 Central Avenue
Suite 205
Chino, CA 91710
Tel: 909-591-7016

San Bernardino Office:
464 W 4th St, Suite 454B
San Bernardino, CA 92401
Tel: 909-888-5360

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U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Congresswoman NORMA TORRES
(CD-35th District)
516 Cannon House Office Building

Web Page:
https://torres.house.gov/

Contact: https://torres.house.gov/contact/email

Capitol Office:
516 Cannon House Office
Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-0535
Tel: 202-225-6161
Fax: 202-225-8671

Ontario Office:
3200 Inland Empire Blvd. 
Suite 200B
Ontario, CA 91764
Tel: 909-481-6474 
Fax: 909-941-1362

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FEDERAL LAWMAKERS

 

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President DONALD TRUMP (R)
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, D.C. 20500
202-456-1414
Fax: 202-456-2461

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Vice President MIKE PENCE (R)
Old Executive Office Building
17th and Pennsylvania
Washington, D.C. 20500
202-456-1414
Fax: 202-456-2461

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STATE LAWMAKERS

 

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Governor GAVIN NEWSOM (D)
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916-445-2841
Fax: 916-558-3160
Web site: http://gov.ca.gov/

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Lieutenant Governor ELENI KOUNALAKIS (D)
State Capitol, Suite 1114
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916-445-8994
Fax: 916-323-4998
Web site: http://www.ltg.ca.gov/

 

 

 

U.S. SENATE

 

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Sen. DIANNE FEINSTEIN
(D-Calif.)
331 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington D.C. 20510
202-224-3841
Local Office: 11111 Santa Monica Blvd.,

Suite 915
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-914-7300
E-mail: Use form at feinstein.senate.gov 

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Sen. KAMALA D. HARRIS
(D-Calif.)
112 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington D.C. 20510
202-224-3553
Local Office: 312 N. Spring St.,

Suite 1748
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-894-5000
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City Council - 909-620-2053

 

Mayor and City Council


 

  • To Contact the Office of the City Council, please call: 909-620-2053 / or Fax: 909-620-3707
  • To view the Council District Map, click here  pdf icon
  • City Council Meeting Schedule: City Council Meetings are conducted on the first and third Monday of each month unless otherwise cancelled or rescheduled.  City Council Study Sessions are scheduled as needed, usually on other available Mondays.  For upcoming scheduled City Council Meetings and/or Study Sessions, please visit the City Calendar.

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District 1
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District 6
Council Member
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The Mayor is the presiding officer of the City Council and is elected for a four year term, on November of even-numbered years, pursuant to the City Charter. Mayoral candidates are nominated and elected at-large.


Councilmembers are elected for over-lapping four-year terms. Each Councilmember is nominated by and represents the district in which he or she lives. The City of Pomona is divided into six Council Districts. The City Council selects one of its members as Vice-Mayor, excluding the mayor, every eight months.

General Municipal Elections are held on the First Tuesday after the First Monday in November of even-numbered years.

City Council Meetings

A vital part of the democratic process that is integral in the conduct of the City's affairs, are the regular monthly meetings of the Pomona City Council. It is here that the laws, policies and basic program decisions are made for governing Pomona. The City Council provides staff with goals and direction that is then implemented on a day-to-day basis by the employees and officials of the City.

Regular meetings of the City Council are held the 1st and 3rd Mondays at 6:45 p.m. in the City Council Chambers located between City Hall and the Library. The City Council considers certain permitted personnel matters, litigation and property acquisition in Closed Session meetings that begin at 5:30 p.m.

Residents are encouraged to attend City Council meetings to become better informed about how the City of Pomona works. Items for review and approval of the City Council are generally divided into several categories, including the Consent Calendar, Public Hearings, Old Business and New Business. Not all of these various categories will have an item at any given City Council meeting.

Public Participation

Copies of the Council Agenda are available at the City Clerk's Office, at City hall, on Thursday afternoon of the week prior to the Council Meeting and in the lobby of the Council Chambers during the meeting. A complete Agenda packet is also available for review at the Reference Desk on the main level of the Pomona Public Library and at the Council meeting.

Residents and concerned citizens may provide the Council with input on particular programs through the Public Hearing process, and through the Citizen Participation portion of each City Council meeting. During Citizen Participation, each person who wishes to address the City Council on an item not on the agenda may do so for three (3) minutes. Anyone wishing to present an oral communication should come forward to a microphone, be recognized by the Mayor and state his or her name. All remarks should be addressed to the Mayor. The City Council may direct staff to prepare a response at a later date.

 

 

 
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