Salute to Service


Join us for a special Salute to Service Veterans Breakfast and Ceremony in honor of our Chino Hills Military Veterans. Pre-registration is required to attend the free breakfast and ceremony. Space is limited to the first 150 guests.

Event Date and Time 

  • November 11, 2022
  • 8:00 -10:30 am

 Breakfast and Ceremony Registration Period 

  • Tickets Available September 6 – November 4
  • Register for tickets HERE

 Event Location and Check-In

  • Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive

 Event Timeline

  • 8:00 am: Ceremony
  • 8:30 am: Breakfast

Veteran’s Video Recognition

If you would like to be recognized during our video slideshow presentation, please provide us your name, branch served, and photo using our online form. Please submit this no later than Friday, October 7. 

Photo Submission Dates: August 8 - October 7

Submit your photos HERE.


This Veterans Day the City of Chino Hills wants to thank our local veterans and active duty service members with the Veterans Day Sign Campaign. The Veteran’s Day Sign Campaign is a unique way for our City to recognize veterans and active duty service members for their commitment to our Country.

Throughout the week of November 1, City staff will deliver and place an 18”x24” sign in the front yard of participant’s home. The signs will thank our local veterans for their service. For those without a front yard, City staff will place the sign at your front door so participants can place the sign where they see fit.

Event information


  • Free for Chino Hills household with a veteran or active duty service member
    • Thank-You-Yard-(Veterans-and-active)
  • $15 – Chino Hills households with no veteran or active duty service member
    • Thank-you-Yard-Sign-(purchased)


  • September 6 – October 7
  • Chino Hills Households with a veteran or active duty service member
    • 204001-01
  • Chino Hills Households without a veterans or active duty service member
    • 204001-02
  • Register Online

Sign Delivery

Signs will be distributed the week of November 1