Community and Economic Development Update - July 2021
Reopening California 
As of June 15, 2021, all physical distancing, capacity limits, and the county tier system have been terminated. Restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, and most everyday places have returned to business as usual. Here are a few rules to keep in mind:

  • Wear a mask if you’re unvaccinated, especially in crowded, indoor spaces

  • Wash your hands and sanitize surfaces

  • Get tested if you’re sick

  • Honor mask and distancing rules in place at a private business

For more information on California's reopening visit COVID-19.CA.GOV.
San Bernardino County
Rent Relief Partnership
On April 12, 2021, San Bernardino County established the San Bernardino County Rent Relief Partnership, an emergency rental assistance program that assists individuals in a "renter household" who meets one of the following criteria:
  • Qualifies for unemployment or has experienced a reduction in household income, incurred significant costs, or experienced a financial hardship due to COVID-19

  • Demonstrates a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability

  • Has a household income at or below 50 percent of the area median.
Visit SBC Rent Relief for more information and to apply.
Have you had an opportunity to review the Draft General Plan Update?
Visit to review the Plan and ways to participate in discussions and provide feedback.
A city is people. Not buildings, roads, or cars, but people define a city. Despite excellent design, beautiful color, and designer intent, buildings, roads, and cars are inanimate. Alone they provide no life for the city. When designers talk about “activating a street or space,” they are talking about adding people, who interact, socialize, recreate, and live in that space. The vibrancy of a city is measured by its people, not its things. The overarching goal of every General Plan is to create places where people want to be and can thrive—places that people will find vibrant, welcoming, and inclusive, connected by safe, comfortable streets for all users.
This General Plan aims to build places that are focused around people, creating a city and future that will meet the diverse needs and preferences of the community for all residents and visitors. Be a part of creating that future and share your comments on the draft General Plan Update

Volume 1: Vision, includes chapters on Core Values, Context and Administration

Volume 2Built Environment, includes chapters on Land Use & Community Character, Focus Areas, Open Space, Mobility & Access, Housing, and Public Facilities & Services

Volume 3Environmental Performance, includes Resource Conservations, Safety and Noise

We encourage you to participate in the public review survey series, join us for an online discussion or visit us at one of our pop up information booths, click HERE for a schedule of participation opportunities.
General Plan Update Draft Public Review Survey Series is a three-part survey to obtain your feedback on the Draft General Plan Update — particularly on the goals and policies. 
SURVEY #1 Land Use, Focus Area, and Mobility 
SURVEY #2 Housing, Open Space and Public Facilities
SURVEY #3 Resource Conservation, Safety and Noise

  • General Plan Update Public Review Draft Q & A and Comment Session
Saturday, July 10, 2021 | 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Register HERE

  • General Plan Update Public Review Draft Q & A and Comment Session
Monday, July 12, 2021 | 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Register HERE

  • General Plan Update Public Review Draft Informational Webinar #3
Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Register HERE

Click HERE to subscribe to the General Plan eNewsletter. 

Victoria Gardens Cultural Center Community Survey
Your Input Guides Our Future! 
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center is working on a strategy to guide the future of programs and services and we want to hear from YOU!
Take our Community Survey here:
We appreciate the support and are excited for programming to return – we cannot wait to raise the curtain and welcome you back! #TheArtsLiveHere
RC Hot Topics Episode #6
RC Hot Topics is a video series designed to inform the public of city programs and services available, explains what they entail, why they are important and how to access and best utilize them.

In RC Hot Topics Episode No. 6, we cover heat safety for your pets, spotlight one of our new restaurants, and give a friendly reminder on firework safety. We hope you enjoy this series! If you've missed an episode, visit to catch up!
Women Owning It

Check out Inland Empire Magazine's June Edition to see so many of our Rancho Cucamonga businesses being highlighted in the Women Owning It in Rancho Cucamonga feature. Read through each testimony for an insight on the experiences of Rancho Cucamonga business owners.

Visit to access the full magazine.
Need Help Looking for a Business Site in Rancho Cucamonga?

Let us help you find the right location for your business. Economic Development staff have access to a database of available commercial and industrial properties with a wide range of criteria. We can help you research the right location for your business. 

This service is available at no cost and can also provide custom reports with market analytics to help you make the right choice. Send us an email at to start today.