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Updated 10/3/17 at 5:55 p.m.
1. Chino Ave. between Benson Ave. and 16th Street, will be closed in both directions from October 18 to November 1, 2017.
2. Pine Avenue will be closed to west and east bound traffic between Mill Creek Avenue and Euclid Avenue beginning October 9 through October 23.
3. Yorba Avenue between Riverside Drive and Chino Avenue will be closed in both directions until further notice. Detours are available. There is also access for residents, only.
The City of Chino continues to work with Union Pacific railroad in addressing the sinkhole. At this time, we do not have an expected repair date but appreciate your patience as we jointly develop a plan to safely improve the intersection.
City partnership with Inland Valley Humane Society
Since 1981, the City of Chino has contracted with the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS) for all animal care support. Beyond providing a wide range of services benefiting the health and safety of animals and Chino residents, IVHS also administers the Chino Municipal Code as it relates to local ordinances including licensing and vaccination requirements. Linked are the current requirements for licensing and vaccinations per City Council Resolution No. 2016-079. This is the City’s current license fee schedule:
Licensing/Vaccination Requirements – Per Chino Municipal Code Section 6.08.020, Each dog, over the age of four months, harbored within the city shall be vaccinated for rabies and licensed. The owner or harborer of such dog shall be required to present to the enforcing officer, upon request, a valid license and vaccination certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian
For more information on services provided by the IVHS, please feel free to contact IVHS directly at (909) 623-9777.