The safety and well-being of our staff and our community is our highest priority. In response to evolving information of the spread of COVID-19, Ontario Public Works & OMUC is implementing decisive measures to help prevent the spread of the virus and to protect the health and safety of all. The City of Ontario is operating to provide essential services in compliance with the stay at home recommendations.
Essential Ontario Public Works & OMUC services include providing clean, safe drinking water; assuring… Read More
Check out the City of Ontario’s Virtual Community Life & Culture Resource Center! We have stepped up and brought… Read More
Laws Protecting Employees
The California Labor Commissioner’s Office Help Site for COVID-19 related issues can be found here.
- If an employee exhausts sick leave, can other paid leave be used?
- Can an employer require a worker who is quarantined to exhaust paid sick leave?
- What options do I have if my child's school or day… Read More
On March 14, the City of Ontario declared a local state of emergency in preparation for the potential local spread of COVID-19. The City of Ontario was among the first in San Bernardino County to declare a local state of emergency which implemented a comprehensive emergency response plan to minimize the risk of exposure, anticipate potential vulnerabilities… Read More
The Ontario City Council has big things planned for the Library in 2020!
The Ontario City Library is the recipient of a $71,000 grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.
This money is being used for an early learning initiative for young children, their parents and… Read More
On your Mark - Get Set - GO! Tots can join the fun with a tot-sized track and field events, and a Ninja Warrior style obstacle course at Ontario’s 33rd Tot Olympics. Commemorative T-shirts, awards, and refreshments will be available.