Special Events



Welcome to the Community Wide Special Events page. The City of Chino and local organizations work together throughout the year to provide special events for the Chino community.  For more information on a special event, please click on one of the icon links below.


BAAP Flyer Nov 2016 APPROVED

Arbor Day


Bark Around The Park
Chino Day
at LA County Fair



Chino Summer Nights


 Cultural Palooza!


Christmas Parde and Fair

Corn Feed Run
Car Show & Cruise

 Corporate Challenge
 Chino Youth Christmas
Parade & Fair

  Earth Day Updated

  Corporate Challenge


 Earth Day
Fireworks Spectacular

The Senior Challenge


Halloween Spooktacular October 31, 2016



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Relay for Life Logo

 Summer Concerts
 Relay for Life

 Runs & Walk Events



For additional event information not listed above, please click on one of the the links below.

Booth applicants may be requested to provide additional liability insurance naming the City of Chino as additionally insured at the cost of the applicant. A certificate of liability insurance may be purchased by visiting www.2sparta.com. (Sparta Insurance Programs is an independent third party not associated with the City of Chino.)

For questions or additional program information, please contact the Carolyn Owens Community Center at (909) 334-3258 or email to communityservices@cityofchino.org.


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The Chino City-Wide Clean-Up

Looking for a way to dump your junk?  Stop by for...

The Chino City-Wide Clean-Up

Saturday, March 25, 2017

8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Dispose of your unwanted tires, furniture, appliances, electronics, green waste, concrete, brick, dirt, scrap metal, and Household Hazardous Waster (HHW); paint, used oil, antifreeze, pesticides, batteries and much more for FREE!

Separate your load by material type.  All HHW needs to be accessible and ready to be dropped off FIRST, followed by refuse and debris, and then other material such as tires, appliances, and electronic waster must be dropped off LAST.  Loads not properly separated will result in having to wait in line twice.  A maximum of 9 tires per household, accepted. 

NO SPARPS (needles and syringes)


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