By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The County wants to hear from residents, businesses and property owners in 22 Fundamental Plan Communities!
The County is seeking input from its smaller or more remote communities as part of the Countywide Plan and Community Plan Continuum efforts. The public is invited to take a survey to tell the County about your community and how you want your community to improve. We need your input!
The information will be used to create a Fundamental Plan that includes a Community Profile and a list of Action Items for the Community to make changes. The following communities have been identified to receive a Fundamental Plan:
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
Please visit countywideplan.com/surveys to take an online survey by March 30, 2018 to ensure your voice is heard.
If you (or know others that do not) have good internet access, please contact Jess Bruckhart at (909) 387-4738 or Jessie.Bruckhart@lus.sbcounty.gov. Please mail completed hard copies back to the County by March 30, 2018, addressed to:
ABOUT THE COUNTYWIDE PLAN AND COMMUNITY PLANS
From 2010 to 2011, the creation of a Countywide Vision included input from over 100 topical experts, 25 special districts and agencies, 18 community meetings, and over 3,600 resident surveys. In 2015, the County launched the preparation of the first Countywide Plan, which is being developed over the course of three years to enhance coordination with the public, with outside agencies and organizations, and within the County organization itself. It will serve as a resource for efficient and effective decision-making regarding countywide services and resources.
The Countywide Plan effort includes updating and creating new Community Plans Continuum to guide local expectations for County services and set clear direction for the future of specified unincorporated communities. Within this continuum, Fundamental Plans are created for communities that are primarily characterized by open space or farmland with a scattering of residential homes and/or highway commercial uses, or an area where growth is constrained by adjacent land ownership, such as federal lands and state park lands.
The ongoing civic engagement process for the Countywide Plan has included over 75 public meetings in dozens of communities, attracting over 2,000 participants.
Visit countywideplan.com for additional information, and to sign up for text or email updates.