Resident Round-Up


Welcome to the City of Chino's Resident Roundup, where you'll find the latest information about topics that enrich life in Chino. For the latest news, you can visit our press release page and the Mayor's Message.  


Proposed Sewer Fee – Notice to Residents in The Preserve Only  

The City’s current Sewer Master Plan requires that a sewer lift station be constructed in The Preserve. This Lift Station will collect and convey sewer flows that are gravity fed to the southern portion of The Preserve up to the Inland Empire Utility Agency’s (IEUA) Kimball Interceptor, ultimately delivering the flow to IEUA’s Regional Plant 5 for treatment and processing. 

The operation, maintenance, and replacement costs are to be paid for by properties within The Preserve. For more information on the proposed fee, the implementation process, and how you can provide input into the process, click here:  Sewer Lift Station Report, Prop 218 Mailer.  

Notice for Water Customers in North Chino 

This message is specific to City of Chino Water Customers between the area of Riverside Drive to the 60 Freeway, Mountain Ave. to Fern Ave.  The purpose of this notice is to advise you of upcoming changes to the City’s drinking water system.  The changes, scheduled to begin on January 1, 2018, may result in slightly reduced water pressure in your neighborhood.

Beginning January 1, the City plans to remove an existing source of water supply. Consequently, the removal of that existing source may cause slightly reduced water pressures in your surrounding area.

Please be assured, despite the possibility of reduced water pressure, the quality of the water you receive meets all State and Federal requirements and is safe.

The City is in the process of evaluating alternatives for restoring any reduction in water system pressure that may occur because of the changes noted above.  To keep you informed, you may receive further notices regarding the City’s water distribution system.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding the water pressure in your neighborhood, please call 909.334.3444 or send an email to

Pending Building & Planning Activity Applications  

To view a list of the most recent applications submitted to the Planning Division, along with their status, click here

City partnership with Inland Valley Humane Society

Since 1981, the City of Chino has contracted with the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS) for all animal care support. Beyond providing a wide range of services benefiting the health and safety of animals and Chino residents, IVHS also administers the Chino Municipal Code as it relates to local ordinances including licensing and vaccination requirements. Linked are the current requirements for licensing and vaccinations per City Council Resolution No. 2016-079. This is the City’s current license fee schedule:

Licensing/Vaccination Requirements – Per Chino Municipal Code Section 6.08.020, Each dog, over the age of four months, harbored within the city shall be vaccinated for rabies and licensed. The owner or harborer of such dog shall be required to present to the enforcing officer, upon request, a valid license and vaccination certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian For more information on services provided by the IVHS, please feel free to contact IVHS directly at (909) 623-9777.


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