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  1. Easy Access to COVID-19 Info NewsFlash

    Easy Access to COVID-19 Information

    The City of Chino Hills is providing updates on the COVID-19 situation via the City website at www.chinohills.org/Coronavirus. Updates are being made on this web page and through our social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Read More...
  2. Coronavirus Vaccine Shot

    Veterans - COVID-19 Vaccinations Available at Loma Linda VA

    Enrolled Veterans, ages 50 and up, plus Veteran essential workers and caregivers, can get their COVID-19 vaccine at VA Hospital in Loma Linda. Veterans may enroll over the telephone or in person at the VA Loma Linda. Read More...
  3. Generic Covid Vaccine - Newsflash

    S.B. County is Now Vaccinating Eligible Food and Agriculture Workers

    As of March 2, workers in the food and agricultural industries, including grocery store workers, restaurant workers, and others, can visit the vaccination section of the County’s COVID-19 website to see about scheduling an appointment. Read More...
  4. 60 Swarm Update Road Work Graphic

    60 Swarm Bridge Replacement Project - EB and WB Lane Closures Overnight March 1 - 4

    Expect lane closures (#1, 2, and 3 lanes) on SR60, eastbound and westbound between Ramona Ave. and Reservoir St. from Monday, March 1 - Thursday March 4 from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am daily. The closures are part of the Bridge Replacement Project (60 Swarm). Read More...
  5. Press Release Closure

    COVID-19 Update - City Facility Closures Extended to April 4

    Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, City of Chino Hills facilities, along with some park amenities, will remain closed to the public through April 4. Read More...
  6. 142 Lane CLOSED - Newsflash

    Work on Carbon Canyon Road Will Affect Traffic on Tuesday, March 9

    Motorists should plan for delays as Southern California Edison replaces a pole on Carbon Canyon Road. Work will be underway from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Tuesday, March 9 from 150 north of Feldspar towards Chino Hills Parkway. Read More...
  7. WATER CONSERVATION 2021 - Newsflash-02

    20th Annual Water Conservation Design-A-Sign Contest

    Our annual Design-A-Sign contest is back! The theme this year is “Every Drop Counts!” Entries must be submitted by Friday, March 19, 2021 at 4:00 pm. All participants must be students in grades kindergarten-12 who live or attend school in Chino Hills. Read More...
  8. Library Open - Newsflash

    James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library Open to the Public With Modified Hours and Services

    James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library is offering limited indoor services as well as to-go services. Modified hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm; Saturday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Call 909-590-5380 for information. Read More...
  9. Chino Hills Puzzle Swap - Newsflash

    City of Chino Hills Puzzle Swap

    Join the new City of Chino Hills Puzzle Swap and give old puzzles new life! This is an opportunity for residents to share old puzzles with other residents! Puzzles must be appropriate for all ages. All puzzle sizes are accepted. Read More...
  10. Easter Egg Citement - Newsflash

    28th Annual Easter Egg-Citement Event - April 2 and 3

    Join the City of Chino Hills for a reimagined version of our 28th annual Easter Egg-Citement event at the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center on Friday, April 2 and Saturday, April 3! Register today! Read More...
  11. Spring 2021 - Newsflash

    The City of Chino Hills Spring 2021 Recreation Guide & City News is Now Available!

    The Spring 2021 Recreation Guide & City News is now available! They will be arriving in mailboxes soon. View it now online at www.chinohills.org/RecBrochure. Read More...
  12. COVID Testing - Newsflash

    FREE COVID-19 Testing Available in Chino Hills - Help Move Chino Hills to the Red Tier

    The City of Chino Hills is offering free COVID-19 tests on Friday, March 5 (rescheduled from March 3); and Wednesdays, March 17, and 31 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, inside the barn at the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, 14280 Peyton Drive. Read More...
  13. Unclaimed Prop Money - Newsflash

    City Seeks to Return Unclaimed Money Owed to Developers, Contractors, or Residents

    The City of Chino Hills is working to return money owed to developers, contractors, or residents who have unclaimed inactive Trust Deposit Accounts, and to reimburse developers who paid Development Impact Fees for the City’s early infrastructure. Read More...
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