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CERT Training Classes PDF Print E-mail

CERT training starts September 16, 2014.

Classes offered by Los Angeles County Fire Dept.

Basic training in safety and life saving skills.

The training course will be presented as a series of *seven (7) classes.  Scheduled class dates are:

Tuesday nights, Sep. 16, 23, 30,
Oct. 7, 14, 21, & 28.

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

CERT

 

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Economic Development Funds Available PDF Print E-mail

Funds are available to assist qualifying businesses in the City of Covina to expand and to create jobs.  The program is designed to create permanent jobs where at least 51% of which, computed on a full-time equivalent basis, involve the employment of low- and moderate-income persons.  Qualifying projects include retail/commercial businesses, high-tech industrial uses, and manufacturing businesses.  Home based businesses and service businesses do not qualify.

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Limited funds are available.  For more information, please contact the Covina CDBG division at 626-384-5442.

 For more detailed information, please CLICK HERE.

 
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.

 
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.

 
2014 Walk-a-thon for C.O.P.D. PDF Print E-mail

2014 COPD walkathon-web2014 Walk-a-thon for C.O.P.D.

Saturday, October 4, 2014.

Check in:  8:30 am.

Start:  9:00 am.

No registration fee.

Walk distance:  1/4 mile dirt track or .6 mile sidewalk route around Covina Park.

Opportunity drawing for a new bike donated by Wesco Bikes.

Supporting the "Breath Savers" pulmonary rehabilitation program.

For more info, visit Citrus Valley Health Foundation event page.

Flyer:  pdfView

 
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