Click on the links below to download the staff report and maps of potential land use changes being considered for Detailed Community Plan areas. These maps illustrate the community’s input and will be presented at the upcoming November 3rd Planning Commission workshop. Please note that no official action will be taken at this workshop — the purpose of the workshop is to present the community’s input on existing and potential land use based on public outreach conducted to date.
You can also visit each individual community plan webpage and view the maps under the “What We Know About” section. You can view the staff report and other materials on the County’s website.
- Bear Valley
- Crest Forest Communities
- Hilltop Communities
- Joshua Tree
- Lake Arrowhead
- Lucerne Valley
- Oak Glen
- Phelan/Pinon Hills
Background: During the second Detailed Plan workshop, each community participant was asked to review the community’s Land Use Plan and propose changes. The recommended changes ranged from specific parcel-level land use designation changes to the inclusion of overlay districts to address issues, opportunities, or problems identified by the community. Participants were asked if they agreed with the changes identified on the land use map and to provide further recommendations.
At the Planning Commission workshop, County staff will present each community’s proposed land use map revisions. The presentation will also include a discussion of the values and aspirations identified by attendees at the community workshops.
Again, please note that no official action will be taken at this workshop. The purpose of the workshop is 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 late 2017, with public hearings expected in 2018.