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Chief John Curley
On September 15, 2016, Interim City Manager Don Penman announced that Covina Police Department Captain John Curley has been selected as the new Chief of Police for the City of Covina. Captain Curley will replace Chief of Police Kim Raney, who will retire on October 13, 2016 after 39 years of service with the City of Covina, 16 years of which were as the Chief of Police.
The City is excited to continue to work with community members in an effort to identify, fund, purchase, design and construct the much needed Community & Senior Center. As we continue our assessment of the Covina Community & Senior Center Project, we have developed a "Frequently Asked Questions" list from those questions posed during the past three Community Workshops. The "FAQ" list can be accessed by clicking on the below listed link:
As a part of Metrolink's commitment to safety and reliability, Metrolink temporarily leased 40 BNSF locomotives to power their trains while the National Transportation Safety Board completes its investigation into Metrolink's Oxnard incident that occurred in February of 2015. The BNSF locomotives look and sound different than Metrolink locomotives; however, BNSF locomotives are more powerful and are equipped with life-saving Positive Train Control Technology.
Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Increase in Residential and Commercial Refuse Collection Service Rates Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. City of Covina Council Chambers, 125 E. College Street, Covina, CA 91723
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Covina Public Library 234 N. Second Avenue Tuesday, September 20 at 5:00 pm   Current potential sites under review:      Kelby Park      Covina Woman's Club      Covina iTEC (Innovation Technology and Event Center/Kmart Site)      Inter-Community Hospital Partnership  

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  • On September 15, 2016, Interim City Manager Don Penman announced that Covina Police Department Captain John Curley has been selected as the new Chief of Police for the City of Covina. Captain Curley will replace Chief of Police Kim Raney, who will retire on October 13, 2016 after 39 years of service with the City of Covina, 16 years of which were as the Chief of Police.
  • The City is excited to continue to work with community members in an effort to identify, fund, purchase, design and construct the much needed Community & Senior Center. As we continue our assessment of the Covina Community & Senior Center Project, we have developed a "Frequently Asked Questions" list from those questions posed during the past three Community Workshops. The "FAQ" list can be accessed by clicking on the below listed link:
  • As a part of Metrolink's commitment to safety and reliability, Metrolink temporarily leased 40 BNSF locomotives to power their trains while the National Transportation Safety Board completes its investigation into Metrolink's Oxnard incident that occurred in February of 2015. The BNSF locomotives look and sound different than Metrolink locomotives; however, BNSF locomotives are more powerful and are equipped with life-saving Positive Train Control Technology.
  • Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Increase in Residential and Commercial Refuse Collection Service Rates Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. City of Covina Council Chambers, 125 E. College Street, Covina, CA 91723
  • Covina Public Library 234 N. Second Avenue Tuesday, September 20 at 5:00 pm   Current potential sites under review:      Kelby Park      Covina Woman's Club      Covina iTEC (Innovation Technology and Event Center/Kmart Site)      Inter-Community Hospital Partnership