Montebello Sports Department 

The Recreation and Community Services Sports Department strives to provide quality recreational activities to our residents through various traditional sports programs for youth and adults. Youth Sports offers 3 seasonal sports year round for boys and girls ages 3 to 17. Flag football is played in the Fall, Basketball is played in the Winter and Soccer is played in the Summer. The Sports Department does offer smaller programs like: Cheerleading, Track and Field, T-ball and Baseball in between the 3 seasonal sports.  All programs are designated to teach fundamentals, good sportsmanship, respect of others, leadership, and to create community based relationships. 

Adult Basketball, Softball and Fast-pitch are offered to any adults 18 years of age or older.

The Sports office is located at Montebello City Park inside the Cathy Hensel Youth Center at address 236 George Hensel Dr.

To Register for All Sports, please click HERE


Adult Basketball

There are currently leagues on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for Men's Basketball and Sunday afternoons for Women's basketball. For more information on specific Adult Basketball Leagues.

Please call the Sports Office at the Cathy Hensel Youth Center (323) 887-4570 

Adult Softball

There are currently four men's leagues and two co-ed leagues offered in the City of Montebello. For more information on specific Adult Softball leagues.

Please call the Sports Office at the Cathy Hensel Youth Center (323) 887-4570

Encore Presentation to The State of the City Address

October 17, 2017

6:30PM Spyglass Room, Quiet Cannon

Please RSVP by October 12th This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 323.887.1367

The Mayor's Prayer Brunch

Montebello Country Club

Quiet Cannon

October 17, 2017 at 11:00AM Skyview Room

Please RSVP by October 12th This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 323.887.1367

Over the course of the next 12 months the Cities of La Puente, Montebello, Monrovia, Irwindale and Glendora wil be developing Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plans to identify opportunities to improve local conditions for walking and bicycling. At the same time, a San Gabriel Velley Regional Greenway Plan wil be developed to prioritize the 50 miles of multi-purpose walking and biking paths that are most feasible to build along the region's many waterways, washes, and storm channels. Project timeline is expected to be June 2017-October 2018

There will be multiple opportunities for the public to participate in the development of the plan , including community meetings, workshops, and walk/rides. You can also weigh in and share feedback, suggestions and comments via this online survey!


What is a Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan?

A Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan is a comprehensie planning document that guides the development of more walkable, bike-able communities. A plan typically includes goals and objectives; and inventory of existing conditions; community input to identify desirable routes; proposed roadway safety improvements; and policies and programs that support walking and bicycling as asafe, comfortable, and healthy forms of transportation, recreation and physical activity. 

For more information, please visit: To take place in the survey: 


SoCalGas and SDG&E are expecting high temperatures throughout the sevice territories starting MONDAY 8/28, and continuing through the week. Effective 7:00AM PCT on August 28,2017 and until further notice, SoCalGas and SDG&E service territiories. Customers may be required to reduce or stop their natural gas use if a curtailment is issued.

Residential SoCalGas natural gas customers are unlikely to experience interruptions in their natural gs service. However, SoCalGas is asking customers to take simple, precautionary steps to conserve energy, including:

  • Turning off all unncessary lights;
  • Postponing the use of major appliances until after 9 p.m.;
  • Setting your air conditioning thermostat to 78 or higher if your health permits;
  • Watching for Flex Alerts on the radio, television, and in social media for voluntary calls to conserve energy;
  • Following other conservation tips provided on;
  • Visiting for more information about energy conservation. 

Please contact your Public Affairs Manager for updates or further information. Commercial and Industrial customers can check ENVOY for updates or contact their Account Representative for further information.

Californians have been growing citrus trees for generations. It's part of our state's heritage and economy. Unfortunately, a plant disease that kills citrus trees threatens the oranges, lemons, mandarins and other citrus fruits we love. Learn more about how we can work together to save California citrus.

Statement from California Department of Food and Agriculture

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