Community Programs

Military Banner Program

Sponsored by the City of Montclair’s Community Activities Commission, the Military Banner Program provides complimentary banners for individuals currently serving in our armed forces. To be eligible, members of the armed forces must be a resident of Montclair or have graduated from Montclair High School. Applications for new banners are accepted every September 1 – Veteran’s Day, with new banners hung every February. Banners of those no longer in active duty are presented to the veteran and their family at a City Council meeting in January.

For more information please contact Senior Recreation Specialist Mayra Cano at (909) 625-9457 or mcano@cityofmontclair.org.

Volunteer for the City of Montclair

If you love history and local lore, consider volunteering with the George C. and Hazel H. Reeder Foundation to help preserve and care for the Historic Reeder Citrus Ranch. Call (909) 624-1560 for more information.

For information about volunteer opportunities within the City of Montclair, please click here. For more information call (909) 625-9486.

Handy Helper

Handy Helper is a program for senior citizens, and it needs your help. Our Handy Helper program assists Montclair senior citizens in areas such as transportation, general household repair, housecleaning, yard work, painting, plumbing, and general maintenance. If you are interested in volunteering or you need help, call 625-9483.

Food Distribution for Qualified Low Income Montclair Residents

The next walk-up food distribution will be on Thursday, May 19, 2022 in the Montclair Community Center from 8:30am-9:30am.

  • All participants are responsible for picking-up their food in the Community Center and taking it to their car. (Participants may bring a cart or wagon to help carry the commodities to their vehicle).
  • Food will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis or while supplies last.
  • Please park in the Montclair Civic Center parking lots.
  • Due to COVID-19 and for your safety, we highly recommend all participants to wear a face mask while in City buildings.

This program is coordinated with the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County. To qualify you must bring a valid ID and live in San Bernardino County. Commodities to be given may include canned meat, canned vegetables, flour, corn meal, pudding, sauces, pasta, juices, and frozen items. The commodities change from month to month. Call (909) 625-9456 for information on qualifying income guidelines, confirmation of dates and food items. Please refer to The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) 2020 Income Guidelines to determine if you qualify.

Check the City of Montclair Facebook page for any location and time updates. www.facebook.com/CityofMontclair

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