Our mission is to provide quality facilities for diverse entertainment, business functions, social gatherings and educational opportunities. We strive to bring excellent venue services to deliver the best entertainment experience for our guests and entertainers. As the Entertainment Icon of the Inland Empire we also drive regional economic growth and enhance quality of life by providing facilities that are safe, versatile and active. Citizens Business Bank Arena, built and owned by the City of Ontario and managed by AEG Facilities, provides efficient and fiscally responsible management as a vital community partner.
We relate to clients, patrons, co-workers, visitors and all relationships with fairness, respect, honesty and trust. We keep commitments, are accountable for our actions and expect the same of others.
We communicate. We share. We are open to each other’s ideas. We will not develop boundaries. We have full cooperation. We encourage participation and innovation. We accept the decision of the group and work together. We watch out for each other.
We foster a creative environment that encourages and rewards contribution of new ideas to improve, innovate and expand to better serve clients, patrons, the community and each other.
Our employees are our core and we value each and every one as individuals. They are appreciated for their dedication; they have a voice and are encouraged to use it. We are committed to their well-being through training, development and safety.
We provide excellent service through commitment and passion that consistently exceeds expectations. Our guests are our first priority. What is important to them is important to us.
FACTS ABOUT CITIZENS BUSINESS BANK ARENA
- Opened October 16, 2008
- Total Project Cost - $150 million
- Owner - City of Ontario, California
- Operator - AEG Facilities
- Naming Rights Partner - Citizens Business Bank
- 9,500 fixed seats with additional portable seat risers to accommodate capacities of 11,089 for concert; 9736 for hockey; and 10,832 for basketball
- 225,000 Square foot venue
- Food and Beverage Concessionaire - Levy Restaurants
- Suites - 36
Check out Memory Lane on the main concourse at Citizens Business Bank Arena
Ontario Motor Speedway / Cal Jam
Did you know that the Arena was built on the property where Ontario Motor Speedway use to be? From Indy races to some of the largest concerts in the music industry the history of this area is amazing.
Stop by and enjoy a visit down Memory Lane – located between sections 116 – 118.
The Italian Vineyard Company
The Italian Vineyard Company was touted as the largest wine vineyard in the nation back in the early 1900s. That vineyard was here on the property where Citizens Business Bank Arena is today. Stop by the historical display located near Ciao Now, sections 101 and 102, and become familiar with this unique piece of history.