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2015 State of the City Presentation PDF Print E-mail

The 2015 State of the City presentation is available for download and viewing here.

2015 State of the City:  pdfView

 
CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: Traffic Delays! PDF Print E-mail

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CONSTRUCTION ALERT

COVINA METROLINK STATION PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

The City of Covina is currently in construction on pedestrian safety improvements at the Covina Metrolink Station and on Citrus Avenue and Front Street.  The purpose of this project is to limit unsafe pedestrian behavior and limit pedestrian / vehicle interactions.  The Metrolink station parking lot is closed from April 23, 2015 through the end of June 2015 for upgrades.  The Metrolink parking structure remains open and both station platforms remain open and operational.  Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve our infrastructure.  For project plans, please click HERE.

TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION AT THE INTERSECTION OF CIENEGA AND GLENDORA

Construction is in process on the installation of a traffic signal, ADA accessability upgrades and bike lane upgrades at the intersection of Cienega and Glendora.  This project is scheduled for completion in June 2015.

Please be informed that traffic may be congested in the affected areas 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 .

 
Dispose of Unwanted E-Waste in Covina PDF Print E-mail

The term "e-waste" is applied to consumer electronic equipment that is no longer wanted. E-waste can include computers, printers, televisions, VCRs, cell phones, fax machines, stereos, and electronic games. Electronics may contain lead, copper, and other heavy metals or potentially toxic substances.

The Covina Chamber of Commerce operates a quarterly E- Waste event in the City of Covina at Smart and Final 114 N. Azusa Covina, CA 91723. The hours of operation are from 9-4PM.  2015 E-Waste Event dates are:

                                                July 17th  & 18th

                                              October 10th  & 11th

You can also dispose of your e-waste at scheduled Household Hazardous Waste events offered by Los Angeles County.  To obtain additional information please contact the Environmental Services Section at  (626) 384-5480.

 
Cougar Park PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina is happy to announce the construction of a new park!

Project Funding Source

The California State Parks’ Office of Grants and Local Services awarded the Parks & Recreation Department with $2,125,750 for the Cougar Park Project application that was submitted in July 2011.  This was Round Two of the Statewide Park Program and was intensely competitive with 64 projects selected from more than 400 applications submitted.

Cougar Park project site is off of Citrus Avenue and Puente Street next to Covina-Valley Unified School District Field.  The park amenities will include a small community center, children’s playground, splash pad and water spray feature, community garden, historical mural, benches, picnic area, and parking lot.

Project Timeline

Project is currently under construction.  A completion date will be announced soon.  Check back for the exciting details!COLOR PRELIM 11X17-web

Color Plans:  pdfView

B/W Plans:  pdfView

 
State Approves Emergency Water Conservation Regulations PDF Print E-mail

On Tuesday, July 15th, the State Water Resources Control Board approved mandatory statewide regulations to increase water conservation.  The City of Covina Water Utility is reviewing these new regulations to make recommendations to the City Council to meet the new state mandates by August 2014.

There are ongoing local water conservation requirements in place due to the declared Level 1 water supply shortage.  Please view the document below to familiarize yourself with the water conservation requirements.

Water Conservation Ordinance:  pdfView

For information on the State's action, please visit the California state website by clicking, HERE.

 
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