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Draft Detailed Community Plans now available for review!

See the results of your hard work.  Come take a look at this new resource for your community to steer its own course toward a better future.

In 2016 and 2017, over 1,700 people from over 50 communities embarked on a planning process to develop new system of Community Plans.

During 66 workshops, the public identified values, aspirations, ideas for action, and priorities unique to each community area.  The Community Plans include a set of actions that can be initiated by residents, businesses, property owners, local groups, etc. to improve their community.

Click here to download a PDF flyer about the Draft Detailed Community Plans and the public review process.

Draft Community Plans can now be viewed online for the communities listed below. Draft Framework and Foundation Plans will be available by October.

Public Feedback

Thank you for participating in the Community Plan update process!  After viewing your draft community plan, the County welcomes your feedback and comments submitted via:

  • Online through the submittal area on each draft community plan’s webpage
  • Email
  • Attendance at one of the Regional Open Houses scheduled for October 2017 (notice and flyer coming soon)
  • U.S. mail:
    County of San Bernardino
    Land Use Services
    Attn: Suzanne Peterson
    385 North Arrowhead Avenue, 1st Floor
    San Bernardino, CA 92415-0187

Bloomington CP | Outreach Event #5: Bloomington MAC meeting 05/02/17

The County is coming to the Bloomington Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meeting to provide an update on the Community Plan.

When: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 6:30 PM

Where: Ayala Park, 18313 Valley Blvd., Bloomington, CA 92316


Further discussion of options for:

  • Community revenue
  • Assessment districts
  • Land use changes

Purpose of the Workshop

In follow up to community input received to date, the County will discuss options for generating revenue for the community, including assessment districts and land use changes.

Feedback from the community will be summarized for review.


The County Of San Bernardino, in coordination with County residents, is developing a Community Plans Continuum to update existing Community Plans and create new plans throughout the County.  The Bloomington Community Plan is part of the this effort. The County held three previous public outreach events for the Bloomington Community Plan and added a fourth based on community input.