Your City New Year Update
Issue: January 7, 2021
City Facilities Closed To Public
Out of an abundance of caution due to a spike in COVID-19 related infections, the City has closed public access to all City facilities and has temporarily suspended recreational programs until January 31.

What You Need to Know
  • ALL City operations continue under safety protocols
  • City health and safety, including Police and Fire operate as normal
  • Montebello Bus Lines will operate as normal
  • Parking enforcement of posted signs remain in effect

For more information click here
COVID-19 Testing Available To The Public
FREE COVID-19 testing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the following locations. No appointments are necessary. LA County may require test appointments at ANY time due to demand. We will post updates on our website and social media.

City Hall
Thursdays – Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Walk-up)

Sunday – Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Drive-thru)

Grant Rea Park
Thursday – Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 pm.

For more information click here
Pet Clinic Postponed Until Further Notice
A friendly reminder for you and your furry friends that the Low-Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic scheduled for Saturday, January 8, has been postponed until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience. A new date will be announced when available.

Stay up to date on new information by following our social media pages at @cityofmontebello
Still Time to Recycle Your Christmas Tree
Take your used Christmas Trees to Grant Rea Park. until January 13 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where: 600 Rea Drive

Please Help With The Following Before Dropping Trees Off
  • Remove all ornaments, including tinsel
  • Remove non-wood tree stands
  • Remove any lights
The City officially recognizes January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

Every year since 2010, the President of the United States has dedicated this month to raising awareness about the different forms of human trafficking, also known as modern slavery – referring to sex trafficking and compelled labor. This month and every month, we pay respect to the efforts of anti-trafficking organizations, state and local law enforcement, survivor advocates, and all engaged citizens in the community who support this important cause. To learn more ways you can help fight human trafficking click here.
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