It’s Fall

Summer has come to an end, kids are back in school, and the leaves are ready to fall! Are you ready for this season? Have you planned ways to keep your family healthy and active during the holidays? We all know October is filled with candy and as we approach November, we should start to […]

All-America City Award

As mentioned in the June blog, The City of Ontario was recognized as a finalist among 20 other cities in the nation for the All-America City Award. Healthy Ontario along with City staff, residents and community leader Nora Beltran traveled to Denver, Colorado for the awards competition and conference to present our story to a […]

ALL-AMERICA CITY AWARD

Healthy Ontario and all of our partners are ready for a new and exciting season. The City of Ontario has been recognized as a finalist, along 20 other cities in the nation for the All-America City Award! The All-America City Award is focused on celebrating examples of civic engagement practices that advance health equity in […]

It’s Spring!

U P D A T E S: Edison Elementary Annual Color Run Healthy Ontario participated in Edison Elementary’s Annual Color Run April 6th. It was a fun and successful event for both children and parents. Mayor Paul S. Leon, and City Council Member Debra Dorst-Porada attended the event to express their support for the community. […]

Carefair 2019

The Hope Center aims to encourage communities to live a healthy and active lifestyle.  Please join them for a  community event on March 30, 2019 where free medical services will be provided. Some of their services include: Medical consultation Dental services Vision services Chiropractic services Blood pressure and glucose screening Mammograms And more Date: March […]

Park-It Campaign

After receiving The Kaiser Permanente HEAL Zone grant, Healthy Ontario and our El Sol Promotoras have worked with the community to identify areas within the HEAL Zone in need of improvement to increase access to healthier choices for our residents. Through the community Park It Campaign, Healthy Ontario has made environmental changes and improvements to provide the […]

Let’s Get Ready for a New Year

December is finally here and Healthy Ontario wants to thank our partners and our community for an Amazing year. This year, we took part in some of the City’s major highlights and we couldn’t have done it without you! Major 2018 Accomplishments Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Grant Successful Go Human Re-Imagine Downtown Smoke-Free Parks Ordinance […]

Thanksgiving 2018

Thanksgiving is the time to express care, love and gratitude for family, friends, and everything else you have. Thanksgiving is also a great time to eat delicious food and share with the people you love. Healthy Ontario wants you to have fun with your family and be safe over the holidays. Here are some tips for […]

2018 Historic Symposium

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 10AM – 2PM the Inland Empire Section American Planning Association (IES-APA) hosted an agriculture tour through the Graber Olive House and Huerta Del Valle Community Garden in Ontario. The tour started at the Graber Olive House where participants visited the museum to learn about the history of the Graber family, […]

It’s Candy Time

This Halloween, Healthy Ontario wants to give you some tips to continue your Healthy lifestyle while going trick or treating with your family: To continue your daily physical activity, you can try:  Walking: Walking is good for your health. You can include walking as your physical activity by walking with your child when going trick or […]