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Save Some Green and Mow Down Air Pollution

Electric Lawn Mower Rebate Program Copy

The South Coast AQMD offers a year-round Electric Lawn Mower Rebate program for residents of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Residents can purchase a new, cordless electric lawn mower, scrap their old gas mower and receive a rebate check based on the purchase price of their new mower. Help improve air quality by participating in the electric Lawnmower Rebate Program.

The on-line application is available at www.aqmd.gov/lawnmower.

  • After-purchase rebates are $150, $200 or $250, depending on the purchase price of the new electric lawnmower.
  • Over 20 electric lawn mower models available for residential use.
  • Purchases can be made in-store or on-line
  • Over 20 certified scrapping locations available in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties
  • For more information please call 888-425-6247 (Tuesday-Friday). Se habla español.
  • Help improve air quality
 
NextGen Bus Study

Small NextGen Bus Study

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is currently conducting a countywide NextGen Bus Study. They are looking to the community to help design a bus system that is more relevant, reflective of, and attractive to LA County residents.

The entire Study will take about 18 months, with improved bus service going into effect starting in Fall 2019. We invite the public to be involved and provide valuable input. Learn more about the LA County's Bus System here: www.metro.net/nextgen.

 
RECAP: Budget and Water Rate Community Meetings

Thank you for attending our Budget and Water Rate Community Meetings. If you weren't able to attend any of the meetings, you can watch the first meeting on our Facebook page (two videos: Pt. 1 & Pt. 2), and view the presentation materials in the links below.

Water Rate Presentation

City Budget Presentation

Financial Summaries

 
2018 Annual Water Quality Report

Starting July 1, 2018 the City of Pomona’s 2018 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

 

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City Window

CM Weekly Report

CMReport

Pomona Internet Streaming Channel

LiveStream

Council Meetings Recordings

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Transparency

Transparency in City Government,
click here to access key documents.

tranparency

SGVEP

SGVEP

San Gabriel Valley Economic PowerSite

Link to infographic Tool

E.O.P.

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.

Emergency Management

NIXLE Notifications

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