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Phelan Sept. 20th meeting RESCHEDULED for Sept. 25th in Pinon Hills

Due to a conflicting emergency meeting related to the Sheep Creek Water Company, the Phelan Open House (originally scheduled for September 20th in Phelan)  has been rescheduled for September 25th at Pinon Hills Community Center.

NEW DATE: September 25th, 2018 | 6:00pm – 8:00pm

NEW LOCATION: Pinon Hills Community Center | 10433 Mountain Road, Pinon Hills, CA 92372

Click here for event information


This event is part of an ongoing outreach process that has included over 75 public meetings. Thank you for getting involved in improving your community and county!

Draft documents released for public review!

Click on the links below to find draft documents released for public review.  These draft documents and more will be made available at an upcoming second round of Regional Open Houses in September.

County Policy Plan (Draft) released

Click here to learn more about the Draft County Policy Plan. After three years of outreach and analysis, the County is ready to release a draft County Policy Plan encompassing a broad set of goals, policies, and maps to guide the future of San Bernardino County.

Community Action Guides (Revised Draft)

Click here to visit your community’s web page and view the Revised Draft Community Action Guide. In October 2017, the County released public review draft community plans. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Community Action Guides. This name change along with other revisions based on public input are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Community Action Guide.

Regional Open Houses (2nd Round)

Click here to learn more about the Open Houses. 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.  The meetings will also include a formal presentation and opportunities to provide feedback on draft goals and policies, community actions, the land use map, and more.

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

Welcome!

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

The County hosted a second round of regional open houses for the Countywide Plan in September 2018. Each of the nine meetings included 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 consisted of the following:

  • Presentation. The County provided an overview of progress since the 2017 Regional Open Houses, draft changes in County policy, and next steps in the Countywide Plan.
  • Draft Material for Review. 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 were available.
  • Open House Discussion. County and consultant staff were on hand to answer questions and talk with attendees one-on-one, both before and after the presentation.

All of the materials presented at the open house events are available for public review on this web page. The headings below mirror the stations that were set up, and the associated links will lead to digital copies of all materials that were available at the meetings. Please look under “We would love to hear what you have to say!” to see how you can leave your comments.

 

 


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