Residents

Road Closures

Below is a listing of current and future road work in the City. Be sure to sign up for email notifications on Chino Notify to stay informed on the latest road construction updates.
 

Current Closures 

City of Ontario Road Closure
The City of Ontario has closed the following roads to conduct needed repairs and to widen the roads:

1. Merrill Avenue between Archibald Avenue and Carpenter Avenue in both directions until January 20.

2. Northbound Carpenter Avenue will be intermittently closed between Merrill Avenue and Remington Avenue (time frame unknown). 

Bickmore Avenue remains closed from Meadowhouse to Euclid until KB Homes is able to complete repairs.  The extent of damage has been assessed and KB Homes is preparing repair plans and working to create a timeline for construction and re-opening.

We realize this is a significant inconvenience to those living and traveling in the surrounding area and we sincerely appreciate your patience as we work with the developer to get Bickmore back to safe and driveable conditions.


KB Sinkhold Bickmore

 

 


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Proposed Mental Health Crisis Facility Project at the California Institution for Men


January 10, 2019-The California Institution for Men (CIM) hosted a Public Hearing to receive oral and written comments from public agencies, interested parties and the public regarding the Draft Environmental Impact Report. 

Read the City of Chino's Comment Letter here.

July 26, 2018-The CIM hosted a public scoping meeting to present information on the proposed 50-Bed Mental Health Crisis Facility Project to be constructed at the California Institution for Men (14901 Central Avenue, Chino, CA). The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation(CDCR) solicited oral and written comments from agencies and the public on the scope and content of the Environmental Impact Report.



Virulent Newcastle Disease Found in Chino

A location in Chino has tested positive for virulent Newcastle Disease (vND), a fatal viral disease that affects the respiratory, nervous, and digestive systems of birds and poultry. This disease does not affect humans but can be easily spread. Diagnostic teams will be conducting tests in and around poultry industry locations. To report sick birds or for more information, call the Sick Bird Hotline at 866-922-2473.

FAQ’s on vND

California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Press Release 



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