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Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A.

The doors to the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. are open to every animal in need. Because they are a "full access" shelter, no animal is ever turned away.  As a full-access shelter, the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. takes in sick and injured animals and those that are not probable candidates for adoption. Everyday dozens of pets that are no longer wanted are turned over to the caring hands of IVHS; every day they accept pets from people who are unable to care for them anymore; and everyday their doors open for the dozens of stray animals that are lost, abandoned and homeless. At the core of the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. is their obligation to care for these animals.

They work vigorously to find new, loving and permanent homes for every healthy pet, and do a great job at it. Because IVHS is a full-access shelter and never deny any animal entry, there is no set time limit for how long an animal will be available for adoption. As long as the animal is healthy, maintains a good disposition and they have space, they'll keep a pet for an indefinite period.

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Tri-City MHSA Community Navigators

Are you in need of resources? MHSA Community Navigator can help

  • Community Navigators are Resource Specialists that provide linkage and referrals to community resources.
  • Community Navigators service the cities of La Verne, Claremont, and Pomona.
  • There is a Community Navigator located in La Verne at City Hall.
  • Anyone from the community can contact a Community Navigator if ever in need of resources.

To contact a Community Navigator please call (888) 436-3246.

Facility Rental Info

LA VERNE COMMUNITY CENTER - located at 3680 "D" Street behind the La Verne City Hall and next to the La Verne Library.  This facility can accommodate groups from 25 up to 350.  The spacious 4,000 square foot main hall with contemporary colors and furnishings lends itself beautifully to a variety of events.  Reservations may be made up to one year in advance.  Call (909) 596-8700 for further information. Click here for La Verne Community Center Rental Information

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VETERANS HALL - located at 1550 Bonita Avenue at the southeast corner of Wheeler and Bonita.  Veterans Hall, with a new wood floor, stage and modern kitchen, is perfect for a party of up to 80 people. Reservations may be made up to one year in advance.  Call (909) 596-8700 to inquire about booking this wonderful facility for your next event.  Parking for events must utilize on-street parking. Click here for La Verne Veterans Hall Rental Information.

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Community Services Department

Provides a wide variety of leisure opportunities and services for children, senior citizens and adults which contribute to the overall well-being of individuals and the community. In addition, the department manages the La Verne Community Center and other facilities in which a wide selection of special events, rentals, and programs are conducted.

City Hall Information

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City Hall
3660 D Street
La Verne, CA 91750

Monday-Thursday -- 8AM to 6PM
Fridays & Weekends -- Closed
1st & 3rd Mondays -- 8AM - 6:30PM
Administration 596-8726
Community Development 596-8706
Building 596-8713
Public Works 596-8741
Water Billing 596-8744
Community Services 596-8700
Community Center 596-8776
Finance 596-8716
Police 596-1913
Fire 596-5991
After Hours Emergency
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In preparation for passenger train services to the new Metrolink San Bernardino – Downtown Station in December, Metrolink will be conducting our train testing on the San Bernardino Line between the San Bernardino and (future) San Bernardino - Downtown Stations in the next two weeks. Testing is scheduled to run from Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, until Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, during regular Metrolink service hours.


 Depending on testing needs, trains will run approximately every 30 minutes between the two stations. Based on federal law, Metrolink engineers are required to blow their horns at every crossing for the safety of the public.For safety reasons, crossing gates will activate and crossing warning systems will function for up to one minute during testing.This schedule is subject to change. Metrolink will keep residents informed of any updates.


 We apologize for any inconvenience this testing may cause. Questions and concerns can be directed to Metrolink’s Community Relations hotline at 213-452-0400 or to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 Si necesita información en español, por favor comuníquese con Sylvia Novoa al (213) 452-0300

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