“Thought you guys did a great job getting the unique ideas from each individual in an enjoyable manner…”
– Oak Glen attendee
“This was great—nothing like we feared or expected. Thank you for your interest in our community AND we had fun!!”
– Phelan attendee
“Thank you for this forum. It was nice to come together and put our minds together to discuss our needs and wants.”
– Mentone attendee
“Very well-functioning process! Timely, informative and open.”
– Joshua Tree attendee
“As new residents we learned a lot. Was very easy to discuss our likes and dislikes. We are very interested in getting more involved as we learn more.”
– Lucerne Valley attendee
Let’s get you involved with the planning of your community.
The easiest way to get involved is to click on your community’s name in the list below to visit the area of this website dedicated to your Community Plan. Once there, you will be able to view information, ask questions, provide input, and see upcoming or past meetings.
Click below to access FAQs, a fact sheet, and maps
FAQs on Community Plans
Community Plans Fact Sheet
Boundaries Map 1 (regions, supervisorial districts, cities, towns, spheres of influence, and community plans)
Boundaries Map 2 (cities, towns, spheres of influence, and community 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 *
Homestead Valley Communities *
Flamingo Heights, Johnson Valley, Landers, Yucca Mesa
Gamma Gulch, Pioneertown, Pipes Canyon, Rimrock
What does the “*” mean next to my community name?
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. A link to the existing Community Plan is provided through the “Draft Community Plan” link on your individual Community Plan’s webpage. If your community name does not include an asterisk, it means that the Community Plan is a completely new effort.
What if my community is not listed?
If your community is not listed, you can attend one of the many upcoming regional meetings (click here to see all scheduled meetings, and filter by region). You can also participate through the Get Involved! link on the main navigation menu or by emailing questions or comments through the emails provided on the Contact Us page.
Everyone can also find information, comments, and stay connected through the County’s social media sites dedicated to the Countywide plan.
Visit the FAQ page to see questions and answers about the Countywide Plan and Community Plans.