General Plan 2040
What is a General Plan?
A General Plan is a dynamic policy document intended to guide the long-term development of the city. The Plan reflects the community’s values and desires, as expressed in a broad vision for the future, and addresses important issues such as land use and urban design, economic development, circulation, resource conservation, public facilities and services, safety, public health, and sustainability. State law mandates that every California city adopt a general plan and ensure it is kept up-to-date.
Diamond Bar's first General Plan document was adopted in 1995, shortly after the City's incorporation in 1989.
On December 17, 2019, the City Council adopted the updated Diamond Bar General Plan and with that concluded a three-year collaborative community effort to create a vision and blueprint for development through 2040. The process included workshops, surveys, meetings, community outreach and the formation of a 15-member advisory committee.
General Plan and Supporting Documents
Diamond Bar General Plan 2040 (entire document)
- Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 - Introduction
- Chapter 2 - Land Use and Economic Development
- Chapter 3 - Community Character and Placemaking
- Chapter 4 - Circulation
- Chapter 5 - Resource Conservation
- Chapter 6 - Public Facilities and Services
- Chapter 7 - Public Safety
- Chapter 8 - Community Health and Sustainability
Climate Action Plan
Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and complying with State GHG reduction
Environmental Impact Report
Ensures environmental opportunities and constraints are identified and incorporated into the planning process, and it identifies policies that can mitigate any adverse environmental effects of other aspects of the plan. Final Incorporates and addresses comments made on the Draft EIR during the 45-day public review period.
Existing Conditions Report
- Volume l: Land Use, Community Character, and Design; and Mobility and Circulation
- Volume II: Economic Review and Market Assessment
- Volume III: Environmental Constraints and Opportunities; and Public Facilities, Services, and Utilities