The new free 2 hours parking restriction began November 1st, 2016. On-street parking will be limited to 2 hours per day, per block, from 8am to 12am along First Street between Park Avenue and Elm Street.
For those affected by the new parking restriction changes, two pay-for-parking options will be available. One can purchase a quarterly commuter parking permit for $120.00 ($90.00 for Pomona residents). A commuter parking permit is applicable for lots 5, 10, and 12. The permit is NOT applicable for on-street parking.
We need your participation!
The City of Pomona, as a recipient of federal community development and housing funds, is conducting an Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH).
We want to hear about your experience with housing discrimination and difficulties finding housing. Your participation is important to help us understand the community’s needs and identify potential solutions for reducing housing discrimination and create affordable opportunities.
Join us at one of the following workshops to learn more and share your experiences.
Please complete the brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Pomona_AFH
The Metro Board of Directors voted to place a sales tax measure, titled the Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan, on the November 8, 2016, ballot.
Voters will be asked:
To improve freeway traffic flow/safety; repair potholes/sidewalks; repave local streets; earthquake-retrofit bridges; synchronize signals; keep senior/disabled/student fares affordable; expand rail/subway/bus systems; improve job/school/airport connections; and create jobs; shall voters authorize a Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan through a ½ ¢ sales tax and continue the existing ½ ¢ traffic relief tax until voters decide to end it, with independent audits/oversight and funds controlled locally?
The following fact sheet summarizes the projects and Measure M funding for the San Gabriel Valley area if the measure passes.
The City of Pomona will conduct a series of community workshops to provide opportunities for public input to help develop the Annual Action Plan and the Assessment of Fair Housing documents, that will describe and prioritize the City’s housing and community development needs. All of the workshops will be taking place in the City Council Chambers at 505 S. Garey Ave.
For dates and times please click here.
This Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) addresses the City of Pomona's planned response to emergency/disaster situations associated with natural disasters, technological incidents, and national security emergencies.