Thank you for your interest in the City of Fontana. This site was created to provide convenient access to public information about the City and it's surrounding area. The information provided here is meant to help you become acquainted with the City of Fontana and the services provided by the City. We hope you will find the information provided here to be helpful and informative.
The City's community facilities, services and projects demonstrate Ontario's commitment to providing recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for the people who live and work in Ontario from the New Ontario Senior Center, New Teen Center, New Soccer Sports Complex and Community Centers, to the City's Libraries and Museum of History and Art. Ontario also has an extensive system of parks and recreation areas supporting a wide variety of family and sports activities.
This site provides residents with information about participating in your City's many programs and initiatives. For visitors, Pomona is a vibrant community with unique eateries, shops and entertainment venues such as the Fairplex – Home of the Los Angeles County Fair. For businesses, Pomona offers many benefits to help businesses prosper.
The history of Montclair is as rich as that of any other West Valley city. The earliest inhabitants of the land that is now Montclair were the Serrano Indians. The Serrano Indians built their village on the banks of a sycamore tree-lined creek which followed what is now Mills Avenue. In 1774, Captain Juan Baustista D’Anza, on his historic trip to the San Gabriel Mission, named that stream “Arroyo de los Alisos,” the Stream of the Sycamores. Legend has it that D’Anza carved the initials, “IHS” on a large sycamore, which may have been uprooted when the stream, now known as San Antonio Creek, overflowed its banks in 1894.
Rancho Cucamonga -- the Inland Empire's premier City invites you to acquaint yourself with all it has to offer. As part of one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas, Rancho Cucamonga nonetheless remains one of the safest cities in the country and is a desirable place to live, work, and play. Crowned by the majestic
Upland has also retained its charm of the past. Historic Downtown Upland is quiet, leisurely place to shop in antique stores, custom shops, and visit fine restaurants. Each Thursday evening (during spring and summer) the Town Center is host to the "Second Avenue Market", a certified Farmer's Market. Check out our Monthly Calendar for a list of this month's events!