City of Ontario and Brookfield Residential Announce Drone Service, Robot Carts, e-Scooters, Smart Hubs and More, Along with Major Retail Opening
The First Drone Test Service for a Large U.S. City and first Robot Carts for any California Community
The collision occurred on Monday, July 5, 2021 at 11:13 AM on Riverside Drive, east of Euclid Avenue. Two pedestrians, who are local fruit vendors, were crossing northbound across Riverside Drive when the suspect vehicle collided with them and their fruit cart. One of the pedestrians was pronounced deceased on scene and the second pedestrian was transported to a local hospital in critical condition.
The driver, Jessica Dewet, a 43-year-old female from Chino, was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Dewet was suspected of driving under the influence of… Read More
The Ontario Police Department has arrested a subject believed to be involved with possessing and distributing files with Child Sexual Assault Material (CSAM).
On June 20th, 2021, members of the Ontario / Upland Police Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Taskforce served a search warrant in the 1600 block of N. Hacienda Drive. The initial investigation conducted by ICAC Taskforce members, uncovered leads that were used to obtain a search warrant for the residence of Steven David Gendron, a 34-year-old male. The search resulted in finding a computer tower and several… Read More
Get ready to ROCK! The Ontario Recreation & Community Services Department is pleased to announce the 24th Annual Summer Concert Series is back this year at Ontario Town Square, located in the heart of downtown Ontario at 224 N. Euclid… Read More
The City of Ontario is partnering with its residents to combat illegal fireworks in the community, and will host a fireworks takeback event on Saturday, June 19.
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. that day, residents can drop off fireworks at Fire Station 3, 1408 E. Francis St. Drop offs can be done anonymously.
The abatement event comes two weeks before the Fourth of July and three months after a fireworks explosion killed two people and caused millions of dollars of damage to an Ontario neighborhood.
“Our message is clear: All… Read More
The City of Ontario has secured more than $35 million in funding for energy infrastructure improvements–an infrastructure renewal program that is projected to save the City more than $75 million over the life of its new equipment.
To pay for the project, Ontario leveraged funds from several sources, including the California Energy Commission Energy Conservation Assistance Act (ECAA), Southern California Edison utility rebates, California Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) and a tax-exempt municipal lease at historically low interest rates. This creative funding… Read More