Have you ever just wanted to know the facts? Nothing more – nothing less. The City of Ontario publishes a series of fact sheets known as Ontario By The Numbers, (OBTN). Some may know them as something similar to Key Performance Indicators, (KPI).
Here in the City of Ontario, you can take a quick look at the city’s revenues and expenses in the OBTN versus reading a few hundred pages in the budget book.… Read More
As we move forward and complete the first quarter of the 2019-20 budget, the City remains fiscally strong. This past June the Mayor and City Council approved its operating budget for the City of Ontario and the Ontario Housing Authority for Fiscal Year 2019-20.… Read More
Halloween and Dia de los Muertos are lurking just around the corner! The City of Ontario wants to share some great safety tips to help ensure a safe Halloween. And remember, The City of Ontario hosts an annual Halloween costume parade and contest here at City Hall on October 31! Learn more here!
Don’t let tragedy ruin the fun for your children this month. The Read More and…
What brings a community to life are all the connections that people create and build with each other. All of the departments and programs within Community Life & Culture help to build that shared community whether it is through sports activities, art exhibits, or children events.
The Ontario Military Banner Program was first launched and maintained by the Ontario Business Council. It was established to honor and recognize active duty military personnel that reside in, or have immediate family living in the City of Ontario. Military Banners recognize the service member, to include their name, rank, and branch of the United States Armed Forces.
After several years with the Ontario Business Council, the City of Ontario… Read More