The General Plan Update process consists of eight main tasks. Here is the project status for each:
|1. Project Initiation and Community Involvement Strategy||Complete|
|2. Issue Identification and Key Strategies||Complete|
|3. Existing Conditions, Trends, and Opportunities Assessment||Complete|
|5. Preferred Plan and Key Goals||Not Begun|
|6. Draft General Plan||Not Begun|
|7. Draft and Final General Plan EIR||Not Begun|
|8. Hearings and Adoption||Not Begun|
At each stage, there are opportunities for community involvement and input. Community workshops are held for many tasks, and information about the General Plan will be available at venues and events around town. A General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) meets regularly to discuss issues and advise decision-makers; all are welcome to attend GPAC meetings. Study sessions of the City Council and the Planning Commission, focusing specifically on the General Plan Update process, are held periodically and are also open to the public. Additionally, questions or comments about the plan and process are welcome at any time. Please see the Project Schedule for more information on the project timeline.
This website will serve as your one-stop shop for information about Diamond Bar’s General Plan Update project. This site provides up-to-date information, including a description of the project, schedule, studies and presentations, public participation and input opportunities, and contact information.
We invite you to take a look around and share your vision for the future of Diamond Bar. Please check back often for updates on the planning process, announcements of upcoming meetings and other ways to participate, and to review draft documents.
New documents posted
A memo regarding additional information requested by the GPAC at their June 15 meeting is available to download. Check it out here.
Community workshop in October
A workshop on general plan alternatives will be held October 19 at the Diamond Bar Center at 6:30 pm. All are welcome!
What We're Working on Now:
Analysis of Alternatives
We are exploring three alternative land use concepts that consider different ways of accommodating future growth in Diamond Bar. These alternatives are being analyzed in detail for potential impacts, and will be presented along with the analysis at the October 19 community workshop.
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