Community and Economic Development Update, June 18, 2020
Help support our local economy and #ShopRC!
Part of what makes Rancho Cucamonga special are the unique business owners who choose to stake their livelihoods here. We have the opportunity to support them during these trying times. The City of Rancho Cucamonga and the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce have partnered to create the #ShopRC initiative to promote shopping locally and help support our local economy.
In an effort to understand the impacts COVID-19 has created on local businesses, the City has created a short survey to help guide decisions that will support local businesses in the community through this crisis. Your feedback is important and will remain confidential.
Guidance for Outdoor Parking Lot Dining Areas
State and local Health Department regulations have limited the capacity of interior dining and retail areas in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The City of Rancho Cucamonga has created guidance for outdoor dining, sales, and service areas. These temporary installations will allow increased capacity to serve patrons normally handled inside the business.

If you are interested in setting up an outdoor dining area, please contact the Rancho Cucamonga Fire District at (909) 477-2770 or by email  
San Bernardino County Department of Public Health Can Help Test Your Employees
A large part of the County’s reopening plan depends on businesses being able to serve the public while ensuring the health and safety of employees. The County can partner with local businesses to increase COVID-19 testing among your employees and support those who are positive or exposed. 
Use this  Business Partnership Form  if you:  
  • Would like to provide testing to your employees 
  • Are interested in hosting public testing 
  • Are already providing public testing 
For interested businesses, a County official will be in touch. If you have any questions or wish to contact the County’s Public Health Department, please call (909) 252-4406
Humans of RC - Fleet Feet

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a drastic impact on our local economy and business community. Everyday, more businesses are reopening in Rancho Cucamonga and we are happy to share their stories like Fleet Feet, a running supply store located in Rancho Cucamonga. As businesses reopen, we encourage you to #ShopRC and support our local businesses.
PlanRC Forum on our Future is set for June 29-July 1

Join fellow community members on Monday, June 29 through Wednesday, July 1st for an online forum to talk about and explore the vision for Rancho Cucamonga! Online workshops, virtual small group discussions, web-based surveys, and even phone dialogue are all part of the event. Participate in just one activity or all of them – we want to hear your voice. 

Watch for details - coming soon! 
Be sure to watch the  PlanRC video series  to learn about the general plan update process and topics addressed.

To learn more about the general plan update, PlanRC, visit

Open for Business
To assist with the economic impact on our community and business owners, the City has created an  interactive map  of businesses that are deemed essential and operating in the community. We encourage residents to support our local businesses and #ShopRC, view the list of open businesses HERE . If you are a business owner in the City and you would like to be included on the map listing by clicking  HERE .
COVID-19 Business Operation Plan Template Available

In an effort to support local businesses with a plan for reopening, the City along with Victorville and Yucaipa have created a “COVID-19 Business Reopening Plan Template” for local small businesses to use. The Plan can be customized to fit specific business operations and aid in the compliance of safety and physical distancing.

A Note from Cucamonga Valley Water District:  LAND DEVELOPMENT 

  ***NOTICE TO ALL DEVELOPERS: All projects are still being processed during the COVID-19 response. District staff are still working remotely to provide  service beyond expectation . There are new protocols for submittals and communication are described in the linked document  Development Division Protocols Response to COVID-19.