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In 2016, the community embarked on a new community planning process. Two public workshops, open to any community resident, or business, or property owner, addressed strengths and weaknesses of the community, the community’s values, and what the community aspires to be in the future. Participants brainstormed areas of focus and actions to help the community move forward to achieve its aspirations.
In October 2017, the initial results were released for public review as a draft community plan. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Community Action Guides. This name change along with a first set of revisions that resulted from public review were incorporated into the Draft Community Action Guide, released for public review in August 2018. The 2019 Draft Community Action Guide reflects changes made in response to public comments on the 2018 Draft.
The final format of the Community Plan will be web-based. The PDF version of the Draft Community Plan is provided as a courtesy for simplifying public review, but may not be available once the online version of the plan is finalized.
2007 Community Plan Policy Matrix
This community has an existing Community Plan, adopted in 2007 (Change to 2013 on Oak Hills only), and intended to guide the future use, character, and independent identity of the community. As part of Countywide Plan, the County is consolidating goals and policies from both the overall 2007 General Plan and the 2007/2013 Community Plans into a single source of policy direction called the County Policy Plan. Consolidating policy into one document alleviates consistency issues and avoids redundancy between the General Plan and Community Plans. As a result, the policy direction is easier to navigate, understand, and implement.
To enable residents to better understand how the County addressed the existing Community Plan goals and policies in the County Policy Plan and elsewhere, the County created a Policy Matrix that lists each goal and policy from the current Community Plan and where it will be addressed in the future. This matrix was originally released in August 2018, alongside the 2018 Draft Policy Plan and 2018 Revised Draft Community Action Guides. The May 2019 Policy Matrix has been updated to reflect changes released with the 2019 Draft Policy Plan and the 2019 Revised Draft Community Action Guide.
This document was revised after the September 2018 regional meetings based on community input. To see changes to the document since 2018, view the tracked changes version below, in which new text is underlined while deleted text is struck out.
Material in this section will be added as it is completed with community input. Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.
Proposed Land Use Maps
The proposed land use designations respond to both the community recommendations as well as information gathered during the countywide planning process.
Note: Use the Bookmarks feature in the upper right-hand corner of the web-based maps to quickly zoom to your community.
To enable residents to better understand how the County addressed the existing Community Plan goals and policies in the County Policy Plan and elsewhere, the County created a Policy Matrix that lists each goal and policy from the current Community Plan and where it will be addressed in the future:
- Policy Plan:the location for updated goals and policies that apply to unincorporated areas
- Implementation Plan:the location for actions to be undertaken by the County to implement the Countywide Plan (to be released in 2019)
- Community Action Guide: the location for actions to be undertaken by community members, in coordination with the County
- Development Code: detailed standards or regulations that are already addressed in the Development Code or can be considered in the upcoming Development Code update
- Other:those issues, goals, policies, or actions that have already been accomplished, are outdated, or are no longer a community priority
Draft County Policy Plan webpage web
Draft County Land Use Plan webpage web
2007 Community Plan: Lytle Creek is one of 14 communities in San Bernardino County that has an existing Community Plan to guide its future development, character, and independent identity. The County is updating these existing Community Plans to become more action oriented, while moving goals, policies, and figures into the Countywide Policy Plan.
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You may use the feedback form below to submit your comments online.
You may also e-mail comments to CommunityPlans@lus.sbcounty.gov. or submit written comments by mail to:
County of San Bernardino
Land Use Services Department
385 N. Arrowhead Ave., 1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0187