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  1. Easy Access to COVID-19 Info NewsFlash

    Easy Access to COVID-19 Information

    The City of Chino Hills is providing updates on the COVID-19 situation via the City website at www.chinohills.org/Coronavirus. Updates are being made on this web page and through our social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Read More...
  2. RED FLAG WARNING with Wind Fire and Electricity Icons

    Red Flag Warning Till Friday Night - Prepare for Possible Power Safety Shutoff

    A Red Flag Warning is in effect until Friday, Jan. 15 at 4:00 pm. High winds can cause power outages and weather conditions could lead to Southern California Edison declaring a Public Safety Power Shutoff Power outage. Read More...
  3. Vaccine Notify SBC - Newsflash

    S.B. County Residents 65+ Now Eligible for Vaccinations - Sign Up to Receive Alerts

    San Bernardino County announced that residents age 65 and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. Vaccine supplies from the State are scarce. Appointments are limited. Seniors can now sign up for email and text notifications to receive alerts. Read More...
  4. Butterfield Park Closure - Newsflash

    Butterfield Park Closed January 20 and 21

    Butterfield Park will be closed on Wednesday, January 20 and Thursday, January 21. Crews will be working to remove dead and declining trees. The park will reopen to the public on Friday, January 22. Read More...
  5. Road Work Ahead New Flash

    Full Closure Westbound SR91 Between SR71 and 241 Toll Road Friday Overnight Friday, Jan. 15

    Work continues on the State Route 91 Corridor Project. A full closure of westbound SR91 between SR71 in Corona and the 241 Toll Road will occur Friday, January 15 at 11 pm to Saturday, January 16 at 5 am. https://www.chinohills.org/DocumentCenter/View/232
  6. Facility Closure Holidays - Newsflash (1)

    Facilities Closed in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 18

    City of Chino Hills facilities will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Trash service is not affected. City staff is available “on-call.” Read More...
  7. Coronavirus Vaccine Shot

    Learn More About COVID-19 Vaccination in San Bernardino County

    San Bernardino County has launched a vaccine-specific information webpage that shares up-to-date information on where the County is in the different phases of vaccine distribution, as well as critical FAQs and other resource links. Read More...
  8. Travel Advisory NF

    California Dept. of Public Health Issues Updated Travel Advisory - January 6, 2021

    Amid the current COVID-19 surge, the California Department of Public Health has issued an updated Travel Advisory for all non-essential travel in and out of the State of California, effective as of January 6, 2021. Read More...
  9. Unclaimed Prop Money - Newsflash

    City Seeks to Return Unclaimed Money Owed to Developers, Contractors, or Residents

    The City of Chino Hills is working to return money owed to developers, contractors, or residents who have unclaimed inactive Trust Deposit Accounts, and to reimburse developers who paid Development Impact Fees for the City’s early infrastructure. Read More...
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    San Bernardino County Introduces Helpful Coronavirus Quarantine and Isolation Calculator

    A simple, easy-to-use, Quarantine and Isolation Calculator provided by the County of San Bernardino helps determine how long you should self-isolate after testing positive for COVID-19, being sick with COVID-19, or being exposed to someone with COVID-19. Read More...
  11. City Press Release - Newsflash

    Chino Hills Files an Amicus Letter in Support of Co. of San Bernardino's Supreme Court Petition

    The City of Chino Hills City Council voted to file an Amicus Letter in support of the County of San Bernardino's California Supreme Court petition for local control in response to COVID-19 rather than be subject to the State’s regional approach. Read More...
  12. COVID Testing - Newsflash

    COVID-19 Testing Offered in Chino Hills - January 23, February 3 & 17

    The City of Chino Hills is offering free COVID-19 tests on Saturday, January 23 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, inside the barn at the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, 14280 Peyton Drive. COVID-19 testing is encouraged for everyone. Read More...
  13. Regional Stay-at-home Order - Newsflash

    State Announces Extension of Regional Stay Home Order

    The State's Regional Stay Home Order has been extended indefinitely in Southern California, as announced December 29. ICU capacity remains at 0% in Southern California. Read More...
  14. COVID Cases Rising - Newsflash

    Stay Safe - Ways You Can Slow The Spread of COVID-19

    COVID-19 cases are rising rapidly. Stay safe and follow these steps to help slow the spread of the virus. Read More...
  15. City Facility COVID-19 CLOSURE - Newsflash

    COVID-19 Update - City Facility Closures Extended to January 31

    Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, City of Chino Hills facilities, along with some park amenities, will remain closed to the public through January 31. Read More...
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