By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The County wants to hear from you to help Land Use Services develop a renewable energy and conservation element for incorporation into the General Plan.
Land Use Services has created a public participation program called the San Bernardino County Partnership for Renewable Energy and Conservation (SPARC) and began collecting input online and in a series of three community workshops held around the county.
Many of you participated in round one of public workshops and now it is time for round two. This month, the County is hosting a second round of workshops where you can learn more about the County’s renewable energy plan and share your thoughts on the draft goals.
The goals will guide development of the County’s Renewable Energy Element. Find the workshop closest to you:
A third round of public workshops is expected in the fall. Read what others are saying, share your own ideas now at www.SPARCForum.org, and plan to participate at one of the upcoming meetings.
An interactive website, www.SPARCForum.org, provides 24-hour public access to project information and opportunities to engage in all phases of updating the General Plan.
SPARC Forum also provides access to people who cannot attend public workshops.
More about SPARC: The San Bernardino County Partnership for Renewable Energy and Conservation (SPARC) will provide a framework for renewable energy development while protecting communities and natural resources. Community input will help shape the drafting of a County General Plan Renewable Energy Element for consideration by the Board of Supervisors.