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Our Mission
The City of Covina provides responsive municipal services and manages
public resources to enhance the quality of life for our community.
View live and recorded Covina City Council and Planning Commission meetings by visiting the Covina Video Library to the left.
CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: Traffic Delays! PDF Print E-mail

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One westbound lane of Badillo Street west of Fourth Street (Covina Park) will be closed until October 3rd for repair due to damage from a water main leak that damaged 300 feet of roadway.  Please be informed that traffic will be congested and plan alternate routes.

To discuss additional concerns or questions, please call the Covina City Yard at (626) 384-5220 or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Electric Vehicle Chargers Now Open! PDF Print E-mail

023-smThe Electric Vehicle Charging Station in the Civic Center parking structure is now open for use!  

Located at 124 E. College St, Covina, CA.

The dual port system can charge two vehicles simultaneously.

The chargers have varying charge times that can be paid through the use of a personal credit card or by requesting a Chargepoint card, which can be loaded with funds similar to a pre-paid debit card. Customers will be charged a per kilowatt hour (kWh) rate that coincides with Southern California Edison’s (SCE) kWh rate.

For further information, please call Environmental Services at (626) 384-5480 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Important Water Payment Scam Alert PDF Print E-mail

Covina Water Utility customers have become potential fraud victims in a water payment scam operation. Unknown subjects have made calls to some Covina Water Utility customers stating that the customer has a high water usage on their account creating a so called violation. The subject who identifies themselves as an employee, indicates that they will come to the resident's home to collect a $500 fine for water violations.

The City of Covina has a process in place to provide warnings, before a graduated citation process is initiated. Fines begin at $50 dollars per violation, with a maximum fine of $250 dollars per violation for repeat violators. If a customer receives a citation, the citation amount is added to your water bill. No water utility employee will ever arrive at your door and ask for direct payment of a fine.

For additional information please contact Global Water Fathom at (855)354-7579 or the City of Covina Public Works (626) 384-5230. If you are victim of a water payment scam in the City of Covina please contact the Covina Police Department 24 hour dispatch at (626) 331-3391.

Fall 2014 Beer Walk Literacy Fundraiser PDF Print E-mail

Fall 2014 Beer Walk-smFall 2014 Craft Beer Walk Fundraiser benefiting Covina Public Library's Literacy Program.

Join the Covina Charities Fall Craft Beer Festival in association with the Covina Downtown Merchants.  All proceeds from tickets sold at the Covina Public Library will benefit the Literacy Program.

Location:  Downtown Covina, Badillo st & Citrus Ave.
Date:  Saturday, September 27, 2014
Time:  5-8 PM
Tickets:  $10 donation

Purchase your tickets at the Covina Public Library, 234 N. Second Ave, Covina, CA 91723.

Please view the flyer below for more info or contact Lilly Jimenez, Literacy Coordinator @ 626-384-5280.

Flyer:  pdfView

H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum Mixer Night PDF Print E-mail

Mixer E invitation card-smThe H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum will be holding it's first ever Mixer Night!

Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 5-8 PM.

Free for all!

You will have an opportunity to view and enjoy valuable paintings and sculptures available exclusively at the H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum.

More info, email Mary SU at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

RSVP please by September 20.

Flyer/Invitation:  pdfView

Unclaimed Property PDF Print E-mail

City releases this year’s list of people or organizations owed money from the City; October 1 is deadline to submit claim.

Click on link below to review the:

Unclaimed Property List

Claim Form 

The deadline to submit a valid claim is October 1, 2014. Valid claims will require proof of ownership. On October 1, 2014, any unclaimed property will be added to the City’s General Fund.

The unclaimed property list consists of 295 unclaimed items including uncashed vendor checks and utility account credit balances. Utility account credit balances occur when a customer overpays their account and does not request a refund. The total dollar amount of items on the list is approximately $18,599 and the average amount per customer is approximately $63.

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