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Revised Draft Land Use Map Available!

As part of the Countywide Plan, the County of San Bernardino is making maps simpler, streamlining minor land use changes, and protecting and informing the public on more substantial changes.  The County also made minor land use revisions based on the public’s input during the 2017 regional open houses and EIR scoping meetings.

Click here to view the map and more information.

Nine Regional Meetings | September 2018

Click here to download a PDF version of the event flyer.

The County is hosting a second round of regional open houses in September. Open house materials are being added to the website throughout August so that the public can review material in advance of the meetings. Please visit the Open House page for updates.

Open House

Countywide Plan Regional Meetings Illustration


Thank you for helping to chart the course for the future of San Bernardino County!

The public is invited to a second round of regional open houses for the Countywide Plan that will include a formal presentation and opportunities to provide feedback on draft goals and policies, community actions, and the land use map.

  Click here to download a flyer with dates, locations, and additional information.

Each open house will consist of the following:

  • Presentation. The County will provide an overview of progress since the 2017 Regional Open Houses, draft changes in County policy, and next steps in the Countywide Plan.  The presentation will begin 30 minutes after the open house start time.
  • Draft Material for Review. Come view and provide feedback on the Draft County Policy Plan (goals and policies), updated Draft Community Plans / Action Guides, the latest Draft Land Use Map, and other policy & information maps.
  • Open House Discussion. County and consultant staff will be on hand to answer questions and talk with attendees one-on-one, both before and after the presentation.

People may drop in to any location at any time during the advertised time frame to review material, ask questions, and share ideas with County staff.  Open house materials will be posted in advance on this web page (some material will be posted earlier than others).

  • Presentation & Orientation

    This section is intended to provide general information about the Countywide Plan, including:

    • An overview of progress since the 2017 Regional Open Houses
    • A discussion of what the Countywide Plan is and what purpose it will serve
    • An overview of the project schedule
    • A summary of outreach efforts to-date


    Presentation - Coming Soon


    Countywide Plan Schedule

    Outreach: A History of Connecting with the Community

    Open House Flyer

  • Draft Policy Plan

    The public review Draft Policy Plan is now available!  The public is invited to provide feedback at the September 2018 Regional Open Houses or by emailing comments to

    The Policy Plan is the component of the Countywide Plan that addresses the County’s General Plan and local services for the unincorporated areas. The Policy Plan will also introduce a new approach to county planning by integrating regional services , such as health and wellness, public safety, economic development, and other services provided for both incorporated and unincorporated areas.

    Click on the links below to download a hard copy or view web-based versions of the Draft Policy Plan and related materials.


        Draft Policy Plan – Coming Soon

        Draft Land Use Map      PDF | Web

        Draft Policy Maps – Coming Soon

         Goal Summary – Coming Soon

         Growth Forecast      PDF 

  • Draft Community Plans / Action Guides

    The Community Plans were renamed Community Action Guides based on public input.

    Coming soon – Click below for links to the Draft Community Plans / Action Guides


    Detailed Plans

    • Bloomington*
    • Mentone
    • Muscoy*

    Foundation Plan

    • San Antonio Heights

    Fundamental Plan

    • Devore


    Detailed Plans

    • Bear Valley Communities*
      (Baldwin Lake, Big Bear City, Erwin Lake, Fawnskin/Northshore, Lake Williams, Moonridge, Sugarloaf)
    • Crest Forest Communities*
      (Cedarpines Park, Crestline, Lake Gregory, Valley of Enchantment)
    • Hilltop Communities*
      (Arrowbear, Green Valley Lake, Running Springs)
    • Lake Arrowhead Communities*
      (Agua Fria, Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Crest Park, Deer Lodge Park, Lake Arrowhead, Rimforest, Skyforest, Twin Peaks)
    • Oak Glen*

    Framework Plans

    • Wrightwood

    Foundation Plans

    • Angelus Oaks
    • Lytle Creek*
    • Mt Baldy

    Fundamental Plan

    • Mountain Communities
      (Forest Falls, Mountain Home Village)


    Detailed Plans

    • Helendale
    • Joshua Tree*
    • Lucerne Valley*
    • Phelan/Pinon Hills*

    Framework Plans

    • Baker
    • Homestead Valley Communities*
      (Flamingo Heights, Johnson Valley, Landers, Yucca Mesa)
    • Morongo Valley*
    • Oak Hills*

    Foundation Plans

    • Daggett
    • El Mirage
    • Newberry Springs
    • Oro Grande
    • Pioneertown Communities
      (Gamma Gulch, Pioneertown, Pipes Canyon, Rimrock)
    • Yermo

    Fundamental Plans

    • East Desert Communities
      (Nipton,  Rice, Vidal, Vidal Junction)
    • High Desert Communities
      (Mountain View Acres, Spring Valley Lake)
    • North Desert Communities
      (Barstow Heights, Hinkley, Hodge, Kramer Junction, Lenwood, Red Mountain)
    • Route 66 Communities
      (Amboy, Cadiz, Goffs, Ludlow, Siberia)
    • Trona
    • Wonder Valley

    *If your community name includes an asterisk (*), it means that it is one of 14 communities in San Bernardino County that has an existing Community Plan. If your community name does not include an asterisk, it means that the Community Plan / Action Guide is a completely new effort.


  • Web Maps

    The Countywide Plan uses web-based maps to communicate much of the County’s mapping information in an easy-to-read format.  Click on the links below to view brief informative videos on how to use web-based maps.


    Coming Soon – a comprehensive list of the Countywide Plan web maps.


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    Drawing Page


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