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  • In 2016, the County embarked on a planning process to update the fourteen existing Community Plans and create over 30 new plans for approximately 80 unincorporated communities. The strategic system of community planning is called the Community Planning Continuum with a continuum of plan-types to provide planning tools and resources to match local conditions and needs. The plan-types are Detailed, Framework, Foundation and Fundamental. The 2020 Revised Draft Community Action Guide considered additional input on its values, aspirations, focus and actions statements, and grammatical corrections.

    The Mountain Communities are Fundamental communities. An online survey was available for five months in early 2018. The survey requested information about communities including Values, Aspirations, Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats, local organizations and local history (see the Community Identified Issues section). The survey information was reviewed to create this Community Action Plan. The Community Action Guides are a framework of actions identified by the community and supports implementation of the actions by the community.

    The final format of the Community Plan will be web-based. The PDF version of the Draft Community Plan is provided as a courtesy for simplifying public review, but may not be available once the online version of the plan is finalized.

    2020 Revised Community Action Guide

    2019 Revised Community Action Guide

  • Material in this section will be added as it is completed with community input. Click on each item for more information and a link to download the material.

    • Maps

      Proposed Land Use Maps

      The proposed land use designations respond to both the community recommendations as well as information gathered during the countywide planning process.

          Draft County Land Use Map      PDF | Web

      Note: Use the Bookmarks feature in the upper right-hand corner of the web-based maps to quickly zoom to your community.

    • Related Links

          Draft County Policy Plan webpage      web

          Draft County Land Use Plan webpage      web

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County of San Bernardino
Land Use Services Department
385 N. Arrowhead Ave., 1st Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0187