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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 Mental Health Crisis Facility at the California Institution for Men

The California Institution for Men has proposed a 50-Bed Mental Health Crisis Facility project be constructed within the institution (14901 Central Avenue, Chino, CA). For more information on the project click here.

Comment Period: The Institution is soliciting comments on the scope of the issues to be addressed in the Environmental Impact Report. Additionally, they are providing an opportunity for early consultation with local, responsible, and trustee agencies and other interested parties. The comment period ends August 13, 2018.

Please send comments to:

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Division of Facility Planning, Construction and Management

Attention: Robert Sleppy

P.O. Box 942833

Sacramento, California 94283-0001

Email: CDCRChinoMHCF@ascentenvironmental.com 

Include the name of a contact person for your agency or organization, if applicable, and the project name in the subject line.

Scoping Meeting: The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation will facilitate a scoping meeting on July 26, 2018 to present information on the proposed project and solicit oral and written comments from agencies and the public on the scope and content of the Environmental Impact Report.

Meeting Details:

July 26, 2018, 6:00p.m.

Chaffey College Community Center

5890 College Park Avenue, Chino, CA 91710. 

 

Prop 218 Notification and Budget Based Water Rates

On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, the Chino City Council authorized staff to initiate a proposition 218 notification with proposed water rate structure changes.The change is from traditional rate structures based on usage to a budget-based water allocation rate structure.

A budget-based water allocation rate structure is a customized approach that gives families and businesses an allocation of water based upon their unique indoor and outdoor water needs while encouraging conservation.

We encourage all water customers of the City of Chino to be aware, review the information and learn how this rate structure benefits you and our resources.  

Documents Available

City Council Staff Report-Utility Rates Structure

Prop. 218 Water Rate Brochure

Prop. 218 Water Rate Brochure-Chinese

Prop. 218 Water Rate Brochure-Spanish

Prop. 218 Refuse and Recycling Notice

Bill Estimator

 

Speed Limit Traffic Survey Results

On Tuesday, June 19, the Chino City Council adopted a comprehensive speed zone resolution which will change or implement speed limits throughout the city.  These changes were the result of an Engineering and Traffic Survey, conducted by the Public Works and Police Department.  After evaluating the results, 54 street segments will be effected, with 21 of those street segments increasing, 9 decreasing and the remaining segments being newly created speed limits.

City staff is working diligently to replace and install the necessary speed limits signs throughout the City. We ask that all motorists drive safely and pay attention to all signs on the roadways, with special attention to the changed speed limits.  Any changed or newly installed speed limit signs will be temporarily flagged to bring additional attention to them.

To view speed limit changes to streets, click here.

 

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

 

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