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2015-2016 Adopted Budget PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina 2015-2016 Adopted Budget is available below.


2015-2016 Adopted Budget:  pdfView

Passport Services Suspended PDF Print E-mail

NOTICE:  Passport services which were provided by the City Clerk's office have been SUSPENDED until further notice.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the City of Covina City Clerk's office at 626-384-5430 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

2015 AutismHWY Chalk Art Festival Video PDF Print E-mail

View this video recap of the 2015 AutismHWY Chalk Art Festival!

Held on April 18, 2015 at the Heritage Plaza Park in Covina.


Look for next year’s Autism Chalk Art Festival Coming on Saturday, April 9, 2016!

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has released its 2014 Draft Public Participation Plan for public review and comment. PDF Print E-mail

SCAG's Public Participation Plan (Plan) guides the agency's public involvement and outreach process regarding regional transportation, land use, and environmental planning activities.  The general public and any interested parties may review and comment on the Plan during the period of January 22, 2014 - March 7, 2014.  To read the draft Plan and for information on how to submit comments, please visit

SoCalGas Calls for Energy Conservation PDF Print E-mail

SoCalGas is asking customers to take simple precautionary steps to conserve natural gas during the current cold weather in order to ensure supplies are sufficient to meet demand.

SoCalGas makes the following recommendations:

  • Use extra blankets and sweaters to stay warm and lower your furnace thermostat by three to five degrees (health permitting). This can save up to 30 percent on heating costs.
  • Limit use of non-essential gas appliances, fireplaces and spas.
  • Reduce your water heating usage: use less hot water, turn down the water heater thermostat or insulate your water heater.
  • For additional conservation tips, visit

SoCalGas also encourages customers to follow these important safety tips when heating their homes to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning:

  • Never use your oven, range or outdoor grill to heat your home because these appliances are not designed for this purpose and can emit dangerous carbon monoxide
  • Install a CO detector or change the batteries in your CO detectors.

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