- Kevin Stapleton, Mayor, kstapleton [at] covinaca.gov, (626) 384-5410
- Walter Allen, III, Mayor Pro Tem
- Peggy A. Delach, Councilmember
- John King, Councilmember
- Robert Low, Councilmember
Existing Bicycle Plan/Infrastructure
In September 2011 the City approved the Covina Bicycle Master Plan and Downtown Covina Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning Study. 2011 also saw the City be awarded over $800,000 in funding for bicycle lanes on Citrus Avenue, Second Avenue, Badillo Street and Azusa Ave, as well as the development of a second Bikestation in the downtown area.
The Covina Bikestation provides 36 safe, electronically-secured bicycle parking spaces at the Covina Metrolink Station (600 N. Citrus Ave). Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the facility requires the purchase of a membership (about $8-10/month) and also offers valet repair services through a partnership with the Covina Valley Cyclery. For more information, or to sign up, visit the Covina Bikestation page.