Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fueling Facility
CNG is a fuel that burns cleaner and is less expensive than either gasoline or diesel fuel. The City of Ontario operates a fleet of vehicles that run on CNG fuel.
The CNG station is also open for use by the public, seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. The station is located at 1440 South Cucamonga Avenue.
The system is activated with a Visa or MasterCard.
The office hours are Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. or Friday 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For additional information, please call (909) 395-2649.
City of Ontario Increases CNG Fleet and Upgrades CNG Fueling Facility
The City of Ontario has taken possession of nine new compressed natural gas (CNG) powered refuse trucks. The purchase of three automated side loading trucks, three front loading trucks, and three roll off trucks brings the City’s fleet of CNG refuse powered vehicles to sixty-nine. In addition to CNG powered refuse trucks, the City’s Fleet includes six CNG powered Honda Civics, one CNG powered stakebed truck, three CNG powered sewer vactors and two water trucks.
The City of Ontario is also in the process of upgrading their CNG fueling facility. The project includes adding 24-slow fill hoses for overnight fueling of City CNG vehicles and adding security lighting and cameras in the expanded areas.
The City has been awarded grant funds from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) Local Government Match Program in the amounts of $270,000 for the incremental cost increase of outfitting new refuse trucks with CNG fuel systems and up to $150,000 for planned expansion and improvements to the City’s CNG fueling facility.
The City operated CNG fueling facility located at 1440 S. Cucamonga Avenue is available to the public twenty four hours a day and accepts Visa and MasterCard. The fuel island’s lighted canopy provides adequate lighting to ensure safety and security.
For additional information regarding the public CNG fueling facility please call (909) 395-2649.
About the Department
The Facilities Maintenance Department is responsible for providing a clean, safe, and professional working environment for the public and City staff to enjoy. This includes maintenance of 40 facilities, 10,838 street lights, 4 community swimming pools, 24 parks including parking lot lighting, concession stands, park benches, drinking fountains, custodial maintenance of 18 facilities, contract administration, Facilities Maintenance Projects, and Capital Improvement Projects.
Street Light Maintenance
Facilities Maintenance is responsible for maintaining:
- 10,838 street lights throughout the City
- Parking lot lighting in all City parks and facilities
- Athletic field lighting at various City parks
To report any street lights that are out or malfunctioning in your area, please call the Street Light Maintenance Hotline at (909) 395-2599 or fill out the online form.
Community Swimming Pools
- Vineyard Park Pool
- Anthony Munoz Center Pool
- Dorothy Quesada Center Pool
- Westwind Center Pool
The Equipment Services Department is responsible for providing fleet maintenance and repair, including vehicle procurement, fuel management and distribution, accident repairs, data tracking, and fleet analysis for approximately 1000 City-owned motor vehicles and equipment.
City of Ontario Upgrades Fleet Services Department
The City of Ontario has recently completed the Fleet Services Department upgrade. An upgrade was necessary in order for the facility to meet life, health and safety requirements, and to allow the continued use of existing covered service bays for the repair of (Compressed Natural Gas) CNG vehicles.
The scope of work consisted of removing four (4) old gas heaters and lines and installing ten (10) new explosion proof electrical heaters, ten (10) new combo starters (disconnects) with new conduit lines, new switchgear panel, and a new transformer panel.
The City of Ontario was awarded funds from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) Clean Transportation Funding in the amount of up to $75,000 for Maintenance Facility Modifications.