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New Housing Developments in the Downtown PDF Print E-mail
Visitors to the downtown Covina area will notice two new housing developments under construction.  One project, Vintage Walk Collection on Third Street and San Bernardino Road is being built by City Ventures Homebuilders.  Thirty smart, stylish and very affordable new condominiums are to be sold in the mid-$200,000 range.  Four floor plans are available from 1,122 square feet to 1,561 square feet.

The second project is the Citrus Walk project, a mixed-use development at the intersection of Italia Street and Citrus Avenue in the downtown Covina area.  This project includes forty-nine condominium units.  Two floorplans with 1,610 and 1,607 square feet are offered.  In addition to the residential housing, 8,000 square feet of retail space will be built and leased on Citrus Avenue.  Price range for the Citrus Walk residences is in the mid-$300,000s.
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City of Covina Elected Officials and
Management Employees Salaries and Benefits

The City of Covina recognizes its responsibility to provide comprehensive executive salary and benefits information to the public. While this information has always been available on request, we also recognize the convenience to both the public and others in providing a single, comprehensive online report. The information provided is based on the current budget year and will be reviewed and updated at least annually. Elected Officials are included as well as top management positions which include the City Manager and all of the city Department Directors. Finally we have also provided a link to a database from our Human Resources system that provides the salary ranges for all of the authorized positions at the City of Covina in the current budget.

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