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Crest Forest CP | 03/02/16 Workshop #1: What We Value

Date: March 2, 2016
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Senior Citizens Club: 24658 San Moritz Drive, Crestline, CA 92325

This is the first community workshop in the planning process for the Crest Forest Communities Plan.

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Crest Forest Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Community’s most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Click here for more information about the event and the Crest Forest Communities Plan.

Bear Valley CP | 03/03/16 Workshop #1: What We Value

Date: March 3, 2016
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency: 121 Palomino Drive Big Bear City, CA 92314

This is the first community workshop in the planning process for the Bear Valley Communities Plan.

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Bear Valley Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Community’s most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Click here for more information about the event and the Bear Valley Communities Plan.

Lake Arrowhead CP | Workshop #2 Meeting Location Change

Thank you to the almost 30 people who attended the first workshop for the Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan on February 29th!  We hope to double that number for the second workshop.

To accommodate a greater number of attendees for Workshop #2 (March 28, 2016), we have changed the meeting location only for the second workshop to the Mountain Communities Senior/Community Center at 675 Grandview Drive, Twin Peaks, CA 92391.

Please refer to the new flyer for all Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan workshop dates and locations.

*NOT Cancelled-Crest Forest CP 03/30/16 Workshop #2*

Just a reminder that the Crest Forest CP Workshop #2 IS taking place today, March 30, 2016, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Senior Citizens Club: 24658 San Moritz Drive, Crestline, CA 92325

This will be the second community workshop in the planning process for the Crest Forest Communities Plan.

Highlights of this event will include:

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Click here for more information about the event and the Crest Forest Communities Plan.

Take Survey from Workshop #1

Click here to take a survey if you were unable to attend the workshop in your community, or attended the workshop and had additional thoughts you wanted to share with us. Responses to this survey will be considered alongside the input we received for each community during Workshop 1.

The survey will remain open until April 8th.

Oak Glen Community Plan / Action Guide

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Oak Glen

GET INVOLVED!

The Oak Glen Community Plan will only be as good as the input we receive from residents, businesses, and property owners.  Please use the following opportunities to tell us what you think about Oak Glen today and what it should be in the future.

Click here to download a flyer for the dates, times, and locations of community workshops in Oak Glen.  Click on each of the workshops below to see more information about the topics and information that will be covered. If you cannot attend, the links below will also take you to online surveys so you can still participate and voice your opinions.

Participate in the following events to express your desires for the future of the Oak Glen Community and to make your opinion count.

COMMUNITY PLAN WORKSHOPS

Workshop #1: What We Value
Workshop #2: Our Roadmap
Workshop #3: Making it Happen
Workshop with Planning Commission

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS, COMMENTS, OR QUESTIONS

Share a Photo | Submit your photos and show us the best of Oak Glen as well as the things that could be improved.

Comments or Questions? | Have a general comment or question that is not addressed in the events or surveys? Send an e-mail to let us know.

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Oak Glen Workshop #1
Oak Glen residents discuss what they value about their community at the first community workshop on March 2, 2016.

WORKSHOP #1: WHAT WE VALUE

The first workshop will introduce the Countywide Plan and Oak Glen Community Plan efforts.  The workshop will also engage the public in a discussion about the development and improvement of Oak Glen in the future, with a focus on levels of service for roads, infrastructure, and other public facilities and services.

When: Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Where: School House Museum: 11911 South Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399

Highlights

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Oak Glen Community Plan
  • Help rank the Community’s most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Oak Glen Workshop #2
Oak Glen Residents share their community values and aspirations during the second community workshop.

WORKSHOP #2: OUR ROADMAP

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the first workshop and then focus on community goals and objectives, potential land use changes, and infrastructure improvements.

When: Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: School House Museum: 11911 South Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399

Highlights

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #2.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Oak Glen's School House Museum set up for the third community workshop.
Oak Glen's School House Museum set up for the third community workshop.

WORKSHOP #3: MAKING IT HAPPEN

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the second workshop and then focus on implementation strategies and tools to achieve the community’s goals and objectives.

When: Wednesday July 20, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: School House Museum: 11911 South Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399

Highlights

  • See the draft Goals and Objectives report generated from the second workshop
  • See the draft Land Use Plan generated from the second event
  • Discuss and rank specific actions that are necessary to achieve the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #3.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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PC Workshop

WORKSHOP WITH PLANNING COMMISSION

County staff will present community input on potential land use map revisions to the Planning Commission at a workshop in November 2016. The workshop presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.

No official action will be taken at this workshop, as it is intended to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on outreach conducted to date. Any official map changes will still need to be evaluated through an environmental impact report (EIR). The EIR is estimated to be completed in 2018, with public hearings following later in 2018.

Planning Commission Workshop

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM

Where: County Government Center, Covington Chambers. 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor San Bernardino CA 92415

Highlights

  • See the community’s input on land use options
  • See the community input on values and aspirations
  • Hear discussion from staff, decision makers, and the general public

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to provide feedback on this meeting. Did you attend this meeting? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what your thought of the event.

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What is the Community Plan / Action Guide?

As part of the major effort to create a Countywide Plan, San Bernardino County is working with residents, businesses, and organizations to develop the Oak Glen Community Plan / Action Guide.

The Community Plan / Action Guide sets forth the Community’s values and aspirations, and provides an action plan to help Oak Glen continue to grow into the type of community that current and future residents desire. The action plan places a focus on self-reliance, grass-roots action, and implementation, allowing the Community to take the lead in moving actions forward.

Goals, policies, land use, and infrastructure decisions will be addressed in the Policy Plan of the Countywide Plan.

For questions and answers specific to the Oak Glen Community, click here to jump to the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

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What We Know about Oak Glen

Documents in this section will be added as they are completed with community input.  Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

Reports or Analysis

Working Draft Community Profile
Oak Glen Location Map
SWOT Analysis Handout

Outreach Materials

Workshop #1 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #2 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #3 PowerPoint Presentation

Planning Commission Workshop (11/3/16)
Planning Commission Staff Report
Planning Commission Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
Map of potential land use changes (current and proposed land use plans and areas of potential change)

Summaries
Workshop #1 Summary
Workshop #2 Summary
Workshop #3 Summary

Links to Related Projects

(Forthcoming)

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2007 Oak Glen Community Plan

Oak Glen 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. Click here for an infosheet that illustrates where the contents of existing Community Plans will be in the updated Community Plans / Action Guides and the Countywide Policy Plan.

Click here for FAQs on existing Community Plans and updated Community Plans / Action Guides.

Click here to view the existing Oak Glen Community Plan.

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FAQs

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Community Plan / Action Guide.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions on this page, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email. For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

1. How does this Communities Plan / Action Guide affect current or pending development applications in or around Helendale? Who can I talk to about current or pending development applications?

The Community Planning process will not be completed until 2019.  You should continue to monitor, review, and comment on development applications through the current public review process. Please contact the Land Use Services Duty Planner by email to be directed to the appropriate County staff person.

2. When will the Draft Community Plan/Action Guide be available to review?

In October 2017, the 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 other revisions that resulted from the public review are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Community Action Guide, available now for review.

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Bear Valley Communities Plan / Action Guide

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Bear Valley Communities Plan Workshop #1

Above: Bear Valley Communities residents learn about the Community Plan process at the first Workshop on March 3, 2016.

GET INVOLVED!

The Bear Valley Communities Plan will only be as good as the input we receive from residents, businesses, and property owners.  Please use the following opportunities to tell us what you think about the Bear Valley Communities today and what they should be in the future.

Click here to download a flyer for the dates, times, and locations of community workshops in the Bear Valley Communities.  Click on each of the workshops below to see more information about the topics and information that will be covered. If you cannot attend, the links below will also take you to online surveys so you can still participate and voice your opinions.

Participate in the following events to express your desires for the future of the Bear Valley Communities and to make your opinion count.

COMMUNITY PLAN WORKSHOPS

Workshop #1: What We Value
Workshop #2: Our Roadmap
Workshop #3: Making it Happen
Workshop with Planning Commission

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS, COMMENTS, OR QUESTIONS

Share a Photo | Submit your photos and show us the best of the Bear Valley Communities as well as the things that could be improved.

Comments or Questions? | Have a general comment or question that is not addressed in the events or surveys? Send an e-mail to let us know.

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Bear Valley Communities' residents at the first Workshop
Bear Valley residents discuss their visions for the future at the first Community Workshop

WORKSHOP #1: WHAT WE VALUE

The first workshop will introduce the Countywide Plan and the Bear Valley Communities Plan efforts.  The workshop will also engage the public in a discussion about the development and improvement of the Bear Valley Communities in the future, with a focus on levels of service for roads, infrastructure, and other public facilities and services.

When: Thursday, March 3, 2016, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Where: Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency: 121 Palomino Drive Big Bear City, CA 92314

Highlights

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Bear Valley Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Communities’ most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

 

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Bear Valley Communities Workshop #2
Bear Valley Community members discuss community goals at the second workshop.

WORKSHOP #2: OUR ROADMAP

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the first workshop and then focus on community goals and objectives, potential land use changes, and infrastructure improvements.

When: Thursday, March 31, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency: 121 Palomino Drive Big Bear City, CA 92314

Highlights

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #2.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop
Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop

WORKSHOP #3: MAKING IT HAPPEN

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the second workshop and then focus on implementation strategies and tools to achieve the Communities’ goals and objectives.

When: Thursday, July 21, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency: 121 Palomino Drive Big Bear City, CA 92314

Highlights

  • See the draft Goals and Objectives report generated from the second workshop
  • See the draft Land Use Plan generated from the second event
  • Discuss and rank specific actions that are necessary to achieve the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #3.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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PC Workshop

WORKSHOP WITH PLANNING COMMISSION

County staff will present community input on potential land use map revisions to the Planning Commission at a workshop in November 2016. The workshop presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.

No official action will be taken at this workshop, as it is intended to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on outreach conducted to date. Any official map changes will still need to be evaluated through an environmental impact report (EIR). The EIR is estimated to be completed in 2018, with public hearings following later in 2018.

Planning Commission Workshop

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM

Where: County Government Center, Covington Chambers. 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor San Bernardino CA 92415

Highlights

  • See the community’s input on land use options
  • See the community input on values and aspirations
  • Hear discussion from staff, decision makers, and the general public

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to provide feedback on this meeting.  Did you attend this meeting? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what your thought of the event.

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What is the Communities Plan / Action Guide?

As part of the major effort to create a Countywide Plan, San Bernardino County is working with residents, businesses, and organizations to develop the Bear Valley Communities Plan / Action Guide.

The Communities Plan / Action Guide sets forth the Communities’ values and aspirations, and provides an action plan to help Bear Valley continue to grow into the type of community that current and future residents desire. The action plan places a focus on self-reliance, grass-roots action, and implementation, allowing the Communities to take the lead in moving actions forward.

Goals, policies, land use, and infrastructure decisions will be addressed in the Policy Plan of the Countywide Plan.

For questions and answers specific to the Bear Valley Communities, click here to jump to the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

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What We Know about the Bear Valley Communities

Documents in this section will be added as they are completed with community input.  Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

Reports or Analysis

Working Draft Community Profile
Bear Valley Communities Location Map
SWOT Analysis Handout

Outreach Materials

Workshop #1 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #2 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #3 PowerPoint Presentation

Planning Commission Workshop (11/3/16)
Planning Commission Staff Report
Planning Commission Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
Map of potential land use changes (current and proposed land use plans and areas of potential change)

Summaries
Workshop #1 Summary
Workshop #2 Summary
Workshop #3 Summary

Links to Related Projects

(Forthcoming)

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2007 Community Plan

Bear Valley 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. Click here for an infosheet that illustrates where the contents of existing Community Plans will be in the updated Community Plans and the Countywide Policy Plan.

Click here for FAQs on existing and updated Community Plans.

Click here to view the existing Bear Valley Community Plan.

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FAQs

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Communities Plan / Action Guide.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions on this page, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email. For more general questions and answers on the Community Plan process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

1. How does this Communities Plan / Action Guide affect current or pending development applications in or around the Bear Valley Communities?  Who can I talk to about current or pending development applications?

The Communities Planning process will not be completed until 2019.  You should continue to monitor, review, and comment on development applications through the current public review process. Please contact the Land Use Services Duty Planner by email to be directed to the appropriate County staff person.

2. When will the Draft Communities Plan/Action Guide be available to review?

In October 2017, the results were released for public review as a draft communities plan. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Communities Action Guides. This name change along with other revisions that resulted from the public review are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Communities Action Guide, available now for review.

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Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan / Action Guide

Image Gallery (click image below for more photos)

Lake Arrowhead

GET INVOLVED!

The Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan will only be as good as the input we receive from residents, businesses, and property owners.  Please use the following opportunities to tell us what you think about the Lake Arrowhead Communities today and what it should be in the future.

Click here to download a flyer for the dates, times, and locations of community workshops in the Lake Arrowhead Communities. Click on each of the workshops below to see more information about the topics and information that will be covered. If you cannot attend, the links below will also take you to online surveys so you can still participate and voice your opinions.

Participate in the following events to express your desires for the future of the Lake Arrowhead Communities and to make your opinion count.

COMMUNITY PLAN WORKSHOPS

Workshop #1: What We Value
Workshop #2: Our Roadmap
Workshop #3: Making it Happen
Workshop with Planning Commission

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS, COMMENTS, OR QUESTIONS

Share a Photo | Submit your photos and show us the best of the Lake Arrowhead Communities as well as the things that could be improved.

Comments or Questions? | Have a general comment or question that is not addressed in the events or surveys? Send an e-mail to let us know.

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Lake Arrowhead Workshop #1
Lake Arrowhead residents discuss what they value about their community at the first community workshop on February 29, 2016.

WORKSHOP #1: WHAT WE VALUE

The first workshop will introduce the Countywide Plan and Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan efforts.  The workshop will also engage the public in a discussion about the development and improvement of the Lake Arrowhead Communities in the future, with a focus on levels of service for roads, infrastructure, and other public facilities and services.

When: Monday, February 29, 2016, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Where: SBC Fire Station #91: 301 CA 173, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

Highlights

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Communities’ most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

 

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Lake Arrowhead Workshop #2
Lake Arrowhead Communities residents identify community goals and objectives at the second workshop.

WORKSHOP #2: OUR ROADMAP

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the first workshop and then focus on community goals and objectives, potential land use changes, and infrastructure improvements.

When: Monday, March 28, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Mountain Communities Senior/Community Center -675 Grandview Dr., Twin Peaks, CA 92391

Highlights

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #2.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Lake Arrowhead residents discuss and rank actions necessary to achieve community goals & objectives.
Lake Arrowhead residents discuss and rank actions necessary to achieve community goals & objectives.

WORKSHOP #3: MAKING IT HAPPEN

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the second workshop and then focus on implementation strategies and tools to achieve the Communities’ goals and objectives.

When: Wednesday, July 20, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Burnt Mill Beach Clubhouse, 27910 Lakes Edge Road, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

Highlights

  • See the draft Goals and Objectives report generated from the second workshop
  • See the draft Land Use Plan generated from the second event
  • Discuss and rank specific actions that are necessary to achieve the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #3.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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PC Workshop

WORKSHOP WITH PLANNING COMMISSION

County staff will present community input on potential land use map revisions to the Planning Commission at a workshop in November 2016. The workshop presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.

No official action will be taken at this workshop, as it is intended to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on outreach conducted to date. Any official map changes will still need to be evaluated through an environmental impact report (EIR). The EIR is estimated to be completed in 2018, with public hearings following later in 2018.

Planning Commission Workshop

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM

Where: County Government Center, Covington Chambers. 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor San Bernardino CA 92415

Highlights

  • See the community’s input on land use options
  • See the community input on values and aspirations
  • Hear discussion from staff, decision makers, and the general public

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to provide feedback on this meeting. Did you attend this meeting? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what your thought of the event.

BACK TO TOP

What is the Communities Plan / Action Guide?

As part of the major effort to create a Countywide Plan, San Bernardino County is working with residents, businesses, and organizations to develop the Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan / Action Guide.

The Communities Plan / Action Guide sets forth the Communities’ values and aspirations, and provides an action plan to help Lake Arrowhead continue to grow into the type of community that current and future residents desire. The action plan places a focus on self-reliance, grass-roots action, and implementation, allowing the Communities to take the lead in moving actions forward.

Goals, policies, land use, and infrastructure decisions will be addressed in the Policy Plan of the Countywide Plan.

For questions and answers specific to the Lake Arrowhead Communities Plan, click here to jump to the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

BACK TO TOP

What We Know about the Lake Arrowhead Communities

Documents in this section will be added as they are completed with community input.  Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

Reports or Analysis

Working Draft Community Profile
Lake Arrowhead Communities Location Map

SWOT Analysis Handout

Outreach Materials

Workshop #1 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #2 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #3 PowerPoint Presentation

Planning Commission Workshop (11/3/16)
Planning Commission Staff Report
Planning Commission Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
Map of potential land use changes (current and proposed land use plans and areas of potential change)

Summary
Workshop #1 Summary
Workshop #2 Summary
Workshop #3 Summary

Links to Related Projects

(Forthcoming)

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2007 Lake Arrowhead Community Plan

Lake Arrowhead 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. Click here for an infosheet that illustrates where the contents of existing Community Plans will be in the updated Community Plans / Action Guides and the Countywide Policy Plan.

Click here for FAQs on existing Community Plans and updated Community Plans / Action Guides.

Click here to view the existing Lake Arrowhead Community Plan.

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FAQs

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Communities Plan / Action Guide.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions on this page, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email. For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

1. How does this Communities Plan / Action Guide affect current or pending development applications in or around the Lake Arrowhead Communities? Who can I talk to about current or pending development applications?

The Communities Planning process will not be completed until 2019.  You should continue to monitor, review, and comment on development applications through the current public review process. Please contact the Land Use Services Duty Planner by email to be directed to the appropriate County staff person.

2. When will the Draft Communities Plan/Action Guide be available to review?

In October 2017, the results were released for public review as a draft communities plan. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Communities Action Guides. This name change along with other revisions that resulted from the public review are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Communities Action Guide, available now for review.

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Hilltop Communities Plan / Action Guide

Image Gallery (click image below for more photos)

Hilltop Green Valley Lake

GET INVOLVED!

The Hilltop Communities Plan will only be as good as the input we receive from residents, businesses, and property owners.  Please use the following opportunities to tell us what you think about the Hilltop Communities today and what it should be in the future.

Click here to download a flyer for the dates, times, and locations of community workshops in the Hilltop Communities.  Click on each of the workshops below to see more information about the topics and information that will be covered. If you cannot attend, the links below will also take you to online surveys so you can still participate and voice your opinions.

Participate in the following events to express your desires for the future of the Hilltop Communities and to make your opinion count.

COMMUNITY PLAN WORKSHOPS

Workshop #1: What We Value
Workshop #2: Our Roadmap
Workshop #3: Making it Happen
Workshop with Planning Commission

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS, COMMENTS, OR QUESTIONS

Share a Photo | Submit your photos and show us the best of the Hilltop Communities as well as the things that could be improved.

Comments or Questions? | Have a general comment or question that is not addressed in the events or surveys? Send an e-mail to let us know.

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Hilltop Workshop#1
Hilltop Communities' residents discuss the communities’ strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats at the first community workshop on March 1, 2016.

WORKSHOP #1: WHAT WE VALUE

The first workshop will introduce the Countywide Plan and Hilltop Communities Plan efforts.  The workshop will also engage the public in a discussion about the development and improvement of the Hilltop Communities in the future, with a focus on levels of service for roads, infrastructure, and other public facilities and services.

When: Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Where: Robert Hootman Senior/Community Center: 2929 Running Springs School Road, Running Springs, CA 92382

Highlights

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Hilltop Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Communities’ most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Hilltop Workshop#2
Community members rate community values and aspirations at the second community workshop.

WORKSHOP #2: OUR ROADMAP

**RESCHEDULED TO MAY 3, 2016**

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the first workshop and then focus on community goals and objectives, potential land use changes, and infrastructure improvements.

When: Tuesday, March 29, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM  Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Robert Hootman Senior/Community Center: 2929 Running Springs School Road, Running Springs, CA 92382

Highlights

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop.
Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop.

WORKSHOP #3: MAKING IT HAPPEN

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the second workshop and then focus on implementation strategies and tools to achieve the Community’s goals and objectives.

When: Tuesday, July 19, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Robert Hootman Senior/Community Center: 2929 Running Springs School Road, Running Springs, CA 92382

Highlights

  • See the draft Goals and Objectives report generated from the second workshop
  • See the draft Land Use Plan generated from the second event
  • Discuss and rank specific actions that are necessary to achieve the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #3.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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PC Workshop

WORKSHOP WITH PLANNING COMMISSION

County staff will present community input on potential land use map revisions to the Planning Commission at a workshop in November 2016. The workshop presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.

No official action will be taken at this workshop, as it is intended to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on outreach conducted to date. Any official map changes will still need to be evaluated through an environmental impact report (EIR). The EIR is estimated to be completed in 2018, with public hearings following later in 2018.

Planning Commission Workshop

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM

Where: County Government Center, Covington Chambers. 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor San Bernardino CA 92415

Highlights

  • See the community’s input on land use options
  • See the community input on values and aspirations
  • Hear discussion from staff, decision makers, and the general public

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to provide feedback on this meeting. Did you attend this meeting? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what your thought of the event.

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What is the Communities Plan / Action Guide?

As part of the major effort to create a Countywide Plan, San Bernardino County is working with residents, businesses, and organizations to develop the Hilltop Communities Plan / Action Plan.

The Communities Plan / Action Plan sets forth the Communities’ values and aspirations, and provides an action plan to help Hilltop continue to grow into the type of community that current and future residents desire. The action plan places a focus on self-reliance, grass-roots action, and implementation, allowing the Communities to take the lead in moving actions forward.

Goals, policies, land use, and infrastructure decisions will be addressed in the Policy Plan of the Countywide Plan.

For questions and answers specific to the Hilltop Communities, click here to jump to the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

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What We Know about the Hilltop Communities

Documents in this section will be added as they are completed with community input.  Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

Reports or Analysis

Working Draft Community Profile
Hilltop Communities Location Map
SWOT Analysis Handout

Outreach Materials

Workshop #1 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #2 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #3 PowerPoint Presentation

Planning Commission Workshop (11/3/16)
Planning Commission Staff Report
Planning Commission Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
Map of potential land use changes (current and proposed land use plans and areas of potential change)

Summaries
Workshop #1 Summary
Workshop #2 Summary
Workshop #3 Summary

Links to Related Projects

(Forthcoming)

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2007 Hilltop Community Plan

Hilltop 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. Click here for an infosheet that illustrates where the contents of existing Community Plans will be in the updated Community Plans / Action Guides and the Countywide Policy Plan.

Click here for FAQs on existing and updated Community Plans / Action Guides.

Click here to view the existing Hilltop Community Plan.

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FAQs

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Communities Plan / Action Guide.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions on this page, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email. For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

1. How does this Communities Plan / Action Guide affect current or pending development applications in or around the Hilltop Communities? Who can I talk to about current or pending development applications?

The Communities Planning process will not be completed until 2019.  You should continue to monitor, review, and comment on development applications through the current public review process. Please contact the Land Use Services Duty Planner by email to be directed to the appropriate County staff person.

2. When will the Draft Communities Plan/Action Guide be available to review?

In October 2017, the results were released for public review as a draft communities plan. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Communities Action Guides. This name change along with other revisions that resulted from the public review are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Communities Action Guide, available now for review.

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Crest Forest Communities Plan / Action Guide

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Crest Forest

GET INVOLVED!

The Crest Forest Communities Plan will only be as good as the input we receive from residents, businesses, and property owners.  Please use the following opportunities to tell us what you think about the Crest Forest Communities today and what it should be in the future.

Click here to download a flyer for the dates, times, and locations of community workshops in the Crest Forest Communities. Click on each of the workshops below to see more information about the topics and information that will be covered. If you cannot attend, the links below will also take you to online surveys so you can still participate and voice your opinions.

Participate in the following events to express your desires for the future of the Crest Forest Communities and to make your opinion count.

COMMUNITY PLAN WORKSHOPS

Workshop #1: What We Value
Workshop #2: Our Roadmap
Workshop #3: Making it Happen
Workshop with Planning Commission

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS, COMMENTS, OR QUESTIONS

Share a Photo | Submit your photos and show us the best of the Crest Forest Communities as well as the things that could be improved.

Comments or Questions? | Have a general comment or question that is not addressed in the events or surveys? Send an e-mail to let us know.

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Crest Forest Communities Workshop #1
Crest Forest residents engage in a SWOT exercise at the first Community Workshop on March 2, 2016.

WORKSHOP #1: WHAT WE VALUE

The first workshop will introduce the Countywide Plan and Crest Forest Communities Plan efforts.  The workshop will also engage the public in a discussion about the development and improvement of the Crest Forest Communities in the future, with a focus on levels of service for roads, infrastructure, and other public facilities and services.

When: Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Where: Senior Citizens Club: 24658 San Moritz Drive, Crestline, CA 92325

Highlights

  • Get information about the planning process to create a Countywide Plan and the Crest Forest Communities Plan
  • Help rank the Communities’ most important strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #1.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

 

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Crest Forest Workshop 2
Crest Forest community members discuss and rank community goals at the second workshop.

WORKSHOP #2: OUR ROADMAP

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the first workshop and then focus on community goals and objectives, potential land use changes, and infrastructure improvements.

When: Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Senior Citizens Club: 24658 San Moritz Drive, Crestline, CA 92325

Highlights

  • See input generated from the first workshop
  • Discuss and rank community goals
  • Discuss and rank objectives for priority goals
  • Discuss potential land use changes related to the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #2.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop.
Residents review draft Goals and Objectives at the third community workshop.

WORKSHOP #3: MAKING IT HAPPEN

This workshop will begin with a presentation on input from the second workshop and then focus on implementation strategies and tools to achieve the Communities’ goals and objectives.

When: Monday, July 18, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Where: Senior Citizens Club: 24658 San Moritz Drive, Crestline, CA 92325

Highlights

  • See the draft Goals and Objectives report generated from the second workshop
  • See the draft Land Use Plan generated from the second event
  • Discuss and rank specific actions that are necessary to achieve the goals and objectives

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to take Survey #3.  Please tell us what you think if you could not attend this event, or if you attended but would like to provide additional feedback.

Click here to provide feedback on the event itself.  Did you attend this event? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what you thought of the event.

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PC Workshop

WORKSHOP WITH PLANNING COMMISSION

County staff will present community input on potential land use map revisions to the Planning Commission at a workshop in November 2016. The workshop presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.

No official action will be taken at this workshop, as it is intended to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on outreach conducted to date. Any official map changes will still need to be evaluated through an environmental impact report (EIR). The EIR is estimated to be completed in 2018, with public hearings following later in 2018.

Planning Commission Workshop

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM

Where: County Government Center, Covington Chambers. 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor San Bernardino CA 92415

Highlights

  • See the community’s input on land use options
  • See the community input on values and aspirations
  • Hear discussion from staff, decision makers, and the general public

Material and Information

Surveys

Click here to provide feedback on this meeting. Did you attend this meeting? If so, please take a brief survey to tell us what your thought of the event.

What is the Communities Plan / Action Guide?

As part of the major effort to create a Countywide Plan, San Bernardino County is working with residents, businesses, and organizations to develop the Crest Forest Communities Plan / Action Guide.

The Communities Plan / Action Guide sets forth the Communities’ values and aspirations, and provides an action plan to help Crest Forest continue to grow into the type of community that current and future residents desire. The action plan places a focus on self-reliance, grass-roots action, and implementation, allowing the Communities to take the lead in moving actions forward.

Goals, policies, land use, and infrastructure decisions will be addressed in the Policy Plan of the Countywide Plan.

For questions and answers specific to the Crest Forest Communities, click here to jump to the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

For more general questions and answers on the Community Planning process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

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What We Know about the Crest Forest Communities

Documents in this section will be added as they are completed with community input.  Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

Reports or Analysis

Working Draft Community Profile
Crest Forest Communities Location Map
SWOT Analysis Handout

Outreach Materials

Workshop #1 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #2 PowerPoint Presentation
Workshop #3 PowerPoint Presentation

Summaries
Workshop #1 Summary
Workshop #2 Summary
Workshop #3 Summary

Planning Commission Workshop (11/3/16)
Planning Commission Staff report
Planning Commission Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
Map of potential land use changes (current and proposed land use plans and areas of potential change)

Links to Related Projects

(Forthcoming)

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2007 Crest Forest Community Plan

2007 Crest Forest Community Plan

Crest Forest 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. Click here for an infosheet that illustrates where the contents of existing Community Plans will be in the updated Community Plans and the Countywide Policy Plan.

Click here for FAQs on existing and updated Community Plans.

Click here to view the existing Crest Forest Community Plan.

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FAQs

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Communities Plan / Action Guide.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions on this page, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email. For more general questions and answers on the Community Plan process and the Countywide Plan, click here for fact sheets or click here to visit the general FAQ section of the website.

1. How does this Communities Plan / Action Guide affect current or pending development applications in or around the Crest Forest Communities? Who can I talk to about current or pending development applications?

The Communities Planning process will not be completed until 2019.  You should continue to monitor, review, and comment on development applications through the current public review process. Please contact the Land Use Services Duty Planner by email to be directed to the appropriate County staff person.

2. When will the Draft Communities Plan/Action Guide be available to review?

In October 2017, the results were released for public review as a draft communities plan. In response to public comments, the plans were renamed Communities Action Guides. This name change along with other revisions that resulted from the public review are incorporated in the 2018 Draft Communities Action Guide, available now for review.

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