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Help

For questions or support, contact:

  • Phone: 555-555-5555
  • Email: help@proudcity.co

Frequently asked questions

To discontinue service and receive a closing bill, you must contact Monte Vista Water District at (909) 624-0035.  The District will forward the information to the City on a weekly basis.  A phone call to the City of Montclair is not necessary as all pertinent information is forwarded from Monte Vista Water District.

Divorce Records

Divorce records are generally obtained from and maintained by the Court in which the divorce was filed. It is always best to contact the Court’s office directly. The below information is provided as a courtesy and does not include all of the potential locations for obtaining records of a divorce. If you are seeking records outside of San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties, start with searching for the County Superior Court’s website, or check the “Statewide” heading below.


San Bernardino County

If you are seeking information about a divorce filed with San Bernardino County, please visit the San Bernardino County Court website or call (909) 708-8678.


Los Angeles County

Record information for divorce filings is available at the Los Angeles Superior Court where the divorce was filed. If the Superior Court location is not known, information can be obtained at the County Courthouse by calling at (213) 830-0803 or going to 111 North Hill St., Los Angeles, CA, 90012.


Statewide

The California Department of Public Health maintains divorce records for only 1962 through June 1984. These records consist only of the face sheet of the divorce action – not the actual divorce decree. CDPH is only able to provide a Certificate of Record, which includes the names of the parties, filing date, county, and case number of the divorce. Copies of the actual divorce decree can only be obtained from the Superior Court in the county where the divorce took place.  For questions about divorce records held by CDPH or the process for obtaining records call (916) 558-1784.

Requests for certain Police Department records such as crime/incident reports, call-for-service records, and traffic collision reports, are handled by the Police Department directly. Please view the Police Department’s instructions on obtaining report copies.

The following individuals are exempt from wearing masks at all times:

  • Persons younger than two years old. Very young children must not wear a mask because of the risk of suffocation.
  • Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a mask. This includes persons with a medical condition for whom wearing a mask could obstruct breathing or who are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a mask without assistance.
  • Persons who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
  • Persons for whom wearing a mask would create a risk to the person related to their work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines.

Within the City of Montclair

  • Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals inside City facilities (City Hall, Community Center, Police Department, etc.).
  • Private businesses are responsible for establishing and enforcing any masking guidelines.
  • Please observe the following guidelines when visiting City facilities:

facility covid sign

In San Bernardino County:

The County is currently operating under the state’s mandates and guidance.

Throughout the State of California

Please review the State’s most current guidelines and mandates at the following website: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx

The State of California sets the base standards throughout the state for COVID-19 health restrictions. County departments of public health can create stricter rules, but cannot waive state restrictions. There are currently no county tiers, capacity limits, or physical distancing requirements in place at the state level, or in San Bernardino County.

General Restrictions:

Masking:

Travelers:

City parks are currently open. Masks are not required outdoors at City parks. Please observe the Park safety guidance.

Park Safety Health Guidance Poster

The Splash Pad will be open to the public for the summer (May 28 – September 5, 2022).

The Skate Park is currently open during its normal hours but may be closed intermittently due to violations by park users.

MacArthur Park is currently closed due to I-10 Freeway construction.

Montclair offers several primary and supplemental educational programs and grants. To find out more, please visit the links below.

Montclair After-School Program

Montclair to College Program

Montclair Youth Center

Mini-School Program

The City Council enacts laws through Ordinances. You may view recently adopted ordinances on the Public Notices page, or on Municode, the online version of the Montclair Municipal Code.

Water Service

New residents to the City of Montclair should contact Monte Vista Water District at (909) 624-0035 to start water service. The District will then forward all of your information to the City so a new trash and sewer account can be created and service can be started.  Information given to the District is forwarded to the City on a weekly basis. A phone call to the City of Montclair is not necessary as all pertinent information is forwarded from Monte Vista Water District.

If you would like to replace a damaged trash bin, please contact Customer Service at (909) 625-9471.

To request a carbon monoxide test, contact South Coast Air Quality Management District at (909) 396-2000.

If you have questions about your water quality, please contact the Monte Vista Water District at (909) 624-0035.

We update our Events calendar regularly. Check out our list of upcoming events!

Youth sports are not just about exercise, teamwork, and self-esteem; they are also about the amazing entertainment value provided by embracing parents. 

The City of Montclair does not administer the operations of the youth leagues listed below. The contact names and phone numbers are provided for your information.

All Cities Youth Baseball

Ages 4-14
Email: ACYB@yahoo.com
Facebook: Montclair Pony

Montclair Little League

Email: montclairlittleleague@gmail.com
https://leagues.bluesombrero.com/montclairll
Facebook: Montclair Little League

Challenger Little League

Servicing children with Special Needs
Mariza Hernandez – (909) 678-0076
Email: challengerbaseball@hotmail.com

AYSO Soccer-Montclair Region #66

(909) 391-4199

Golden Girls Softball League

www.eteamz.com/goldengirls

Questions regarding notice to appear citations should be directed to the appropriate court:

Adult Arrests

San Bernardino County Superior Court

Rancho Cucamonga District

8303 Haven Avenue

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91763

(909) 350-9761

 

All Infraction Citations (Adult and Juvenile)

San Bernardino County Superior Court 

Fontana District

17780 Arrow Highway

Fontana, CA 92335

(909) 350-9322

 

Juveniles Arrests and Misdemeanor Citations

San Bernardino County Juvenile Court

900 E. Gilbert Street, Bldg. 35

San Bernardino, CA 92415-0942

(909) 269-8840

 

For court information or to check the status of a case, access the San Bernardino County Courts website.

Jury duty is handled through the Jury Services Department of the San Bernardino County Superior Court. For more information pertaining to jury services, contact San Bernardino County Superior Court Jury Services at (909) 884-1858 or (866) 402-5879.

The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) issues licenses for on-premises and off-premises sale of alcoholic beverages in the State of California.

Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control

3737 Main Street, Suite 900

Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 782-4400

The Montclair Housing Corporation (MHC) is a nonprofit, public-benefit corporation that is dedicated to increasing, improving, and preserving affordable housing in the City of Montclair.  The MHC currently manages 18 single-family units, which includes a condominium unit, and 80 apartment units. All the properties are rented to low-to-moderate income families with tenants undergoing a comprehensive tenant screening process. 

If you are interested in a single-family home or  a two-or-three bedroom unit, please contact On-site Property Manager, Nancy Garcia, directly at (909) 624-9333. If you are interested in a one- or two- bedroom unit, please contact: On-site Property Manager Leticia Castro directly at (909) 624-8123.

For additional information regarding JD Property Management, please contact Property Supervisor, Orlando Cintron, at (714) 751- 2787 Ext. 216 or via email at ocintron@jdproperty.com.

The nearest hospitals and medical facilities are:

Montclair Community Health Center
5050 San Bernardino Street
Montclair, CA 91763

Montclair Hospital Medical Center
5000 San Bernardino Street
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 625-5411

Chino Valley Medical Center
5451 Walnut Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 464-8600

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – Fontana
9961 Sierra Avenue
Fontana, CA 92335
(833) 574-2273

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – Ontario
2295 S Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 724-5000

Loma Linda University Medical Center
8599 Haven Avenue, Suite 102
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 824-0800

Pomona Valley Medical Center
1798 N. Garey Avenue
Pomona, CA 91767
(909) 865-9500

San Antonio Community Hospital
999 San Bernardino Road
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 985-2811

U.S. Healthworks Medical Group
(909) 923-4080

Montclair Transit Center

The Montclair Transit Center is Montclair’s main transportation hub. It is served by Metrolink trains, and the Omnitrans, Foothill Transit, and Riverside Transit bus services. The addition of Greyhound bus service is anticipated in the upcoming year (2021-2022), and Metro L Line (Gold Line) light rail service to Pasadena and Los Angeles is also expected within the next 5 years.

Bus Service Schedules and Routes

View the locations of all bus stops in Montclair on Google Maps.

Train Service Schedules

Southern California Real-Time Traffic Map

The Southern California Real-Time Traffic Map is a joint project of Riverside Transportation Commission and San Bernardino Associated Governments.  This site allows you to access a map for driving directions; link to bus and/or Metrolink rail, and locate rideshare and Park and Ride stations.

Residential parking zones on City streets are established in certain areas of the City where there is a high demand for parking but a limited number of parking spaces. The intent of residential parking zones is to give residents in that area, or residents on one side of a street, parking in front of their homes. If you live in an area with residential parking restrictions, you may obtain a parking permit or permits by going to the information counter at City Hall. You must show your driver’s license proving that you live at a location within the parking zone and copies of vehicle registrations showing that the vehicles are registered at that address.

Contact City Hall at (909) 626-8571 for information about the types of permits available and the requirements for their issuance.

In-Person at City Hall

Payments can be made inside City Hall Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. by cash, check, money order, or credit card.

Utility Payment Drop Box

For your convenience, we have a secure payment drop box located at the main entrance of City Hall, 5111 Benito Street, which is on the north side of the building facing Benito Street.  Payments received by 7:00 a.m. will receive same-day credit.  Please place only check or money order payments in the drop box in a sealed envelope.  DO NOT DEPOSIT CASH IN THE DROPBOX.

Note: The drop box in the parking lot is NOT for utility payments.  That box is for mail-in ballots only. Any utility bills deposited in that box will be retrieved by the San Bernardino County Elections Office and may or may not be forwarded to the City in a timely manner, if at all.

Online Payment

You can pay your bill online through Online Bill Pay.

With our Online Bill Pay system you can:

  • Pay your current Montclair bill online.
  • Receive email notifications when statements are available online.
  • Display previous and current bill statements.
  • View details on how to read your bill.
  • Pay any time of the day, 7 days a week.
  • Make a one-time credit card payment or electronic check payment.
  • Set up recurring credit card payments and electronic check payments.
  • Payments made up to 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time will be reflected on your City of Montclair account the same day.

Payments made after 7:00 p.m. will be reflected the next business day and could cause a delinquency.

Only payments made through this website will appear in your Online Payment History.

Automatic Payment Plan

Your trash and sewer payment may be taken directly from your checking account.  Please contact Customer Service at (909) 625-9472 to request an application or click on the link below to download an application.  The account holder’s signature and a voided check are required to complete this process.  Mail the application and your voided check to City of Montclair, Attention Finance, 5111 Benito Street, Montclair, CA 91763.  The payment will be deducted from your checking account on the 10th day of the month, unless that day falls on the weekend, in which case the account will be debited on the Monday immediately following the 10th day.

City of Montclair Optional Automatic Payment Plan (English)

City of Montclair Optional Automatic Payment Plan (Spanish)

The City uses PlanetBids to advertise for project bids. Information about upcoming, current, and past projects can be found on the City’s PlanetBids page.

For more information about current opportunities, please contact us at (909) 625-9478.

Variations of benefits

Variations of benefits offered to part-time and full-time employees include, but are not limited to, holidays, vacation, sick & annual leave, medical/vision/dental plans, Workers’ Compensation and deferred compensation. The Benefits division works with the Personnel division to provide efficiency and administrative support to the Human Resources department. Open Enrollment runs from mid-May to mid-June for a July 1 start date.

Employee Benefits

The City pays the employees’ contribution towards enrollment in the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS). The City contributes to medical coverage for employees and their families; and to dental and vision plans for the employee, with family coverage available for purchase by the employee. A term life insurance policy and long-term disability plan for the employee are provided and paid for by the City. A City-paid educational subsidy is available to encourage employees to further their education in job-related fields.

Employees receive 80 hours of vacation per year after one year of service; 120 hours per year after five years of service; 160 hours per year after ten years of service; and 200 hours per year after 20 years of service. Employees accumulate eight hours of sick leave per month. The City may credit an employee who is coming from another governmental agency with one-half of his/her accumulated sick leave up to a maximum of 240 hours. One hundred four hours of paid holiday time is provided each year.

This is an example of a FAQ on a department page.

If your trash has not been collected, please contact us at (909) 625-9471.

Please refer to the Trash Collection and Street Sweeping Days Map or contact us at (909) 625-9471.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) is any product labeled toxic, poison, danger, warning, caution, corrosive, flammable, combustible, or irritant. HHW should never be thrown into your household garbage, recycling, toilets or sinks. It is also illegal to dump HHW on the ground or pour it down the storm drains. HHW can seep into the ground water, waterways and oceans. This causes contamination of our drinking water, beach closures and poses health hazards to swimmers.

View the City’s page on Household Hazardous Waste for more information and disposal locations.

Montclair residents can take household hazardous waste to the HHW Collection Facilities below. Call 909-382-5401 or 1-800-OILY-CAT (645-9228) to verify operating hours prior to visiting a collection center.

City of Upland

Upland City Yard
1370 N. Benson
Upland, CA 91786
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Also accepts e-waste & sharps.
Visit the City of Upland HHW webpage for additional facility information.

City of Ontario

1430 South Cucamonga Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761
Friday & Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Also accepts e-waste & sharps
Visit the City of Ontario HHW webpage for additional facility information.

City of Chino

Public Works Services Center
5050 Schaefer Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
2nd & 4th Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Also accepts e-waste. No sharps.
Visit the City of Chino HHW webpage for additional facility information.

For additional information, you may call (800) CLEANUP, (800) OILY-CAT or contact our Sewer and Trash Customer Service Representative at (909) 625-9472.

Visit the San Bernardino County Elections Office website for information related to polling and voting center locations, voter guides, and information for candidates for County-elected offices.

For information about the City of Montclair’s local elections, please visit the City Clerk’s Elections Page.  You can learn more about the City’s elective offices by visiting the City Council Page.

Visit the San Bernardino County Elections Office website for information related to polling and voting center locations, voter guides, and information about candidates for special districts and County-elected offices.

The City also has two mail ballot drop boxes, one at City Hall (5111 Benito Street) and one at the Police Station (4870 Arrow Highway).  For more information, please visit the City Clerk’s Voter Information page.

To register to vote you must obtain and complete a voter registration form or register online. 

Paper Forms

Voter registration forms can be obtained by picking up a voter registration card at Montclair City Hall or the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters at 777 East Rialto Avenue, San Bernardino, California, or by calling (909) 387-8300 to request a registration form be mailed to you. 

Online Voter Registration

You may also register online by visiting the Secretary of State’s Voter Registration website.

If you do not know your voter registration status, click here to find out how to check based on the County that you would need to be registered with.  Make sure you update your registration by re-registering every time you move or change your name.

Additional Assistance

For additional assistance with voter registration, please call any of the following toll-free numbers:

Voter Hotlines

  • (800) 345-VOTE (8683) – English
  • (800) 232-VOTA (8682) – Español / Spanish
  • (800) 339-2857 – 中文 / Chinese
  • (888) 345-2692 – हिन्दी / Hindi
  • (800) 339-2865 – 日本語 / Japanese
  • (888) 345-4917 – ខ្មែរ / Khmer
  • (866) 575-1558 – 한국어 / Korean
  • (800) 339-2957 – Tagalog
  • (855) 345-3933 – ภาษาไทย / Thai
  • (800) 339-8163 – Việt ngữ / Vietnamese
  • (800) 833-8683 – TTY/TDD

For additional voter registration or election information, please see the Secretary of State website.

Building permits are issued during the hours of 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. or 4:00 to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and other times by special appointment

Licensed Contractors

In order for a permit to be issued to a licensed contractor, the following must be presented:

  • Valid contractor’s license, pocket copy (not wall copy); 
  • Proof of Workman’s Compensation Insurance carrier and policy number; 
  • If licensed contractor cannot appear in person, an authorized agent may obtain a permit provided all the following is presented:
    1. Copy of the contractor’s license (pocket copy);
    2. Letter of Authorization on company letterhead, signed by license holder (signature on letter and license must match);
    3. Proof of Workman’s Compensation Insurance carrier and policy number.

Property Owners

Property owners may obtain an “owner-builder” permit provided they meet the following:

  • They are the owners, doing the work themselves;
  • They sign an “exemption from worker’s compensation insurance” form (stating the homeowner is doing the work; however, if they become subject to insurance requirements, they will comply with such provisions).

Plans

Plans submitted for plan check are required to include the following:

  • Room additions require three sets of detailed plans including a plot plan, floor 

plan, elevations, framing, electrical, mechanical, plumbing details, and energy compliance forms. 

  • Tenant improvements require three sets of the above-required plans. 
  •  New structures (by appointment only) require five complete sets of above-required plans, with the addition of two sets of soils reports and structural calculations.
    • Plan check deposit is required on all submittals.
    • Two sets of grading plans and one copy of soils report must be submitted to the Public Works / Engineering Division along with the required plan check fee.
    • Fire sprinkler plans must be submitted to the Fire Department.

For special appointments or further information please contact the Building Division at (909) 625-9437.

To register or renew a registration in California:

  • Visit a local CA DMV office; the nearest are in Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona.
  • Present proof of ownership and a smog certificate.
  • Provide proof of your ID and car insurance.
  • Complete an Application for Title or Registration (Form REG 343).
  • Pay the $46 registration fee, $23 CHP fee, title fees, and taxes.

Inland Valley Humane Society is a full-service facility, offering education, pet adoption and licensing, and care for sick or injured animals.

 

Inland Valley Humane Society

5000 Humane Way

Pomona, CA 91766

(909) 623-9777

(909) 594-9858 (24-hour emergency line)

Parks are maintained by the Public Works Department, and park reservations are coordinated by the Human Services Department.  For information on park facility reservations please contact the Human Services Department at (909) 625-9482 or visit the Facility Rentals page for more information about private use of public facilities.

Information about City parks including locations, hours, and park amenities can be found on the Parks page.

If you would like to have an inflatable bouncer at a park, please review the procedure for obtaining a permit.

The City does not have public swimming pools, but there is a Splash Pad available for public use.

Splash Pad
Alma Hofman Park
5201 Benito Street

Hours of Operation:
12:00  p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

All calls for an officer to respond, including the reporting of a crime that is not in-progress, should be made to our Dispatch Center by calling the non-emergency phone number at (909) 621-4771. All requests for information, copies of reports, or to speak to a specific employee should be made through the business office at (909) 448-3600. You may also visit the Police Department business office at 4870 Arrow Highway, Montclair.

In-Person

Police reports can be filed at the Montclair Police Department located at 4870 Arrow Highway, Montclair. You may also call the Business Office at (909) 448-3600.

Business Office Hours:
Monday through Thursday
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and City-observed holidays

Phone

Police reports can be filed over the phone by contacting dispatch at (909) 621-4771.

Online

The City of Montclair and the Montclair Police Department takes your health and safety and the health and safety of our employees seriously. If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to the way the City, and the Department, does business to protect everyone from unnecessary risks during the pandemic, including taking many reports by phone to reduce face-to-face exposure.  Recently, we began the process of implementing online reporting for many routine police reporting needs. 

Online reports are a convenient alternative to phone reports.  You can file a report when it’s convenient for you, without having to wait for an officer to call you back.  You can also obtain a copy of the report yourself, which is a further convenience.

There are several reports that are eligible for online reporting.

  • Custody order violations
  • Harassing phone calls
  • Minor vehicle collisions (no injuries)
  • Hit-and-run collisions (no injuries)
  • Identity theft
  • Lost property
  • Thefts, vehicle burglaries
  • Vandalism
  • Vehicle vandalism

If your report is one of these types, and the incident occurred in the City of Montclair, online reporting may be right for you.

File a report online if you meet these basic requirements.

For elementary and middle school-aged children, contact the Ontario-Montclair School District at (909) 418-6433.

If you need to enroll your child at Montclair High School, please contact the Chaffey Joint Union High School District at (909) 988-8511.

Birth and Death Certificates

Birth and death certificates and records are generally obtained from and maintained by the County where the birth or death took place, in the County Clerk’s Office or its Public Health Office. It is always best to contact the County’s office directly. The below information is provided as a courtesy and does not include all of the potential locations for obtaining records of a birth or death. If you are seeking records outside of San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties, start by searching your county’s website for the County Clerk’s vital records page. If you are not sure, use the information under the “Statewide” heading below.

Notice: There may be fees involved with these processes. As these processes may change periodically and do not involve the City of Montclair, the best source of information is the County’s office where you would obtain the records. Please contact their offices directly or check their websites to learn more about their processes and fees.


San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County maintains records of births and deaths that occurred within the county.

If the birth or death occurred in the last 24 months…

  • Contact the San Bernardino County Office of Public Health at (800) 782-4264. You may call their office during business hours at (909) 381-8990 if you have questions or need assistance, or visit their website for more information. 

If the birth or death occurred more than 24 months ago…


Los Angeles County

If the birth or death occurred within Los Angeles County, contact the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office at (800) 201-8999 to make request for birth or death records, or visit their website for more information.


Statewide

The California Department of Public Health can provide certified copies of birth or death certificates for those that occurred statewide in certain years. Visit their website or call (916) 558-1784 for more information.

Marriage Licenses and Certificates

Marriage licenses and records are generally obtained from and maintained by the County Clerk’s Office for the County in which the marriage license was purchased.  It is always best to contact the County’s office directly.  The below information is provided as a courtesy and does not include all of the potential locations for obtaining records of a marriage.  If you are seeking records outside of San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties, start with searching for your county’s website for the County Clerk’s vital records page.  If you are not sure, use the information under the “Statewide” heading below.

Notice: There may be fees involved with these processes. As these processes may change periodically and do not involve the City of Montclair, the best source of information is the County Recorder’s office where you would obtain the records. Please contact their offices directly or check their websites to learn more about their processes and fees.


San Bernardino County

The San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk’s Office issues marriage licenses and performs marriage ceremonies within San Bernardino County. Visit the website or call (909) 387-8306 for information and appointments.

Please visit the San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk’s Vital Records Office for copies of records for marriages that occurred in San Bernardino County, visit their website, or call (855) 732-2575 for more information or to initiate a request.


Los Angeles County

For marriage licenses, wedding ceremonies, and records of marriages in Los Angeles County, contact the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office at (800) 201-8999. Marriage licenses and ceremonies can be obtained from the Clerk’s Office, and marriage records can be obtained from the Recorder’s office.  Visit their website for more information.


Statewide

The California Department of Public Health can provide certified copies of marriage certificates for public marriages that occurred statewide in certain years. They do not maintain records of confidential marriages. Visit their website or call (916) 558-1784 for more information.


The City doesn’t  provide legal advice regarding tenant rights, but the Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board serves as an intermediary to assist individuals in resolving issues related to housing discrimination, homeownership sustainability, rental complaints, and disputes in court through the provision of resource recommendations, education, and mediation.

Montclair is a great place to start and grow a successful business. We are home to many incredible companies, from biotech to real estate, finance to auto sales, construction to education. Our Economic Development department is here for you!

Montclair Municipal Code requires all businesses operating in the City of Montclair pay a business license tax. This tax is imposed to raise revenue and is not for the purpose of regulation.  The business license certificate is evidence only that such tax has been paid. Obtaining a new business license requires you submit both a Business License Application and an Application for Zoning and Use Review.  Applications may be obtained online or at Montclair City Hall, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The City Zoning Ordinance includes regulations concerning where and under what conditions a business may operate in the City of Montclair.  In some cases a conditional use permit or zoning variance is required.  To determine if the business activity you are planning can be carried on at the location you have selected, you should contact the Planning and Community Development Department at (909) 625-9477.

Additional business resources can be found in the Economic Development Department section of the website.

Yes, the Montclair Municipal Code requires all businesses operating in the City of Montclair pay a business license tax. The business license certificate is evidence that such tax has been paid.

Business License Tax registration applications are available online, or you can apply and pay in person at City Hall during the Business License Division business hours.

For more information please contact the Business License Division at (909) 627-8571 or at (909) 625-9423.

The nearest DMV offices are in Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona.

Rancho Cucamonga DMV
8629 Hellman Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Pomona DMV
1600 S Garey Avenue
Pomona, CA 91766

You can get a California Driver’s License at the Department of Motor Vehicles. The nearest DMV offices are in Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona.

You can pay your property taxes online through the County of San Bernardino.

If you would like to find out if there are delinquent property taxes associated with your property you can look up your parcel number through the County of San Bernardino’s property search tool.

If you find that your property taxes are delinquent, you can pay them online or by phone at (909) 387-8308.

You can find information about paying your federal income tax on the Internal Revenue Service website. Information about California State income tax can be found on the State Franchise Board website.

You can pay your bill through Monte Vista Water District’s (MVWD) online payment system. MVWD’s website also has information on additional ways to pay your bill.

If you believe that you became ill due to a food product purchased in San Bernardino County you may call 909-884-4056 to report the incident.

Visit the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health website  for more information.

The Zoning Code of the City of Montclair is contained in Title 11 of the Montclair Municipal Code.

For specific questions about the zoning restrictions in the City, contact the the City’s Planning division at (909) 625-9477.

Montclair has a few rules in place for our furry friends. All dogs are required to have a dog license. This helps other people know your dog is vaccinated and helps you find your pet if they are lost. Unless at a dog park, please keep your dog on a leash when not on your own property.  A barking dog can be a noise violation so please be mindful of your pet. 

The City contracts with the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS) to provide animal control and licensing services to Montclair residents. IVHS is a full-service facility, offering education, pet adoption, and care for sick or injured animals.

Inland Valley Humane Society and SPCA

500 Humane Way

Pomona, CA 91766

(909) 623-9777

(909) 594-9858 (24-hour emergency line)

To report a housing code violation contact Code Enforcement at (909) 625-9477

The City of Montclair’s Municipal Code is a document that contains all of the regulations of the City that were adopted as Ordinances by the City Council and codified into the Code. The Municipal Code is updated as the City grows and changes.

You can view the City of Montclair Municipal Code on the web here.

The main page of the Online Municipal Code also lists City Council Ordinances that were recently adopted but have not yet been codified into the Online Code. These files are in PDF format and may require the installation of a free PDF reading software like Adobe Acrobat DC to view.

Payments by check or money order are to be mailed to:

Parking Enforcement Center
City of Montclair
P.O. Box 3214
Milwaukee, WI 53201-3214

Online payments may be made at www.dspayments.com/montclair

Payments are due 21 calendar days from the date of issuance. Payments are to be postmarked on or before the due date in order to be paid on time. A courtesy reminder notice will be mailed to the registered owner of record.

Citation inquiries may be made by contacting the Parking Enforcement Center at (866) 353-7160.

If you would like to dispute a parking citation, you must download and complete an Administrative Review Request form.

Mail the completed form to:

Parking Enforcement Center
Montclair Police Department
P.O. Box 3214
Milwaukee, WI 53201-3214

Requests for administrative review must be postmarked by the due date in order to be eligible for review.

The current sales tax rate in Montclair is 9%.

You pay your Business License Tax when you register for or renew a Business License. If you have a business license, you have already paid your Business Tax.

Business License Tax registration applications are available online, or you can apply and pay in person at City Hall during the Business License Division business hours.

For more information please contact the Business License Division at (909) 627-8571 or at (909) 625-9423.

To apply for a position with the City of Montclair, please complete an official City application (and supplemental questionnaire, if applicable) for each position for which you are applying. Resumes may be submitted with employment applications; however, resumes do not take the place of a City application form.

The City does not maintain applications or resumes for positions which are not open for recruitment.

  • Submit completed and signed applications via email, U.S. mail, or fax.  The application must contain the applicant’s original signature.  Include any required supplements and other attachments with the application, please see individual job flyers on our Employment Opportunities page.
  • Applications must be received by the Personnel Office before the closing date/time shown on the job flyer.
  • Please note: If mailing an application, postmarks will not be accepted.
  • If mailing application, use the following address – Attn: Personnel Services Coordinator, 5111 Benito Street, PO Box 2308, Montclair, CA  91763

Applications can be found on the Forms & Documents page or Employment Opportunities 

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