The Planning Division recommends and implements land use policies, processes land use applications and prepares and processes updates and revisions to the General Plan, Municipal Code, Landscape guidelines and Design guidelines. The Planning Division provides staff support to the Planning Commission, Environmental and Historical Preservation Board, and Project Review Staff Committee.
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General Plan / FEIR
On July 11, 2006, the City Council approved a comprehensive update of the City’s General Plan and certified the related Final Program Environmental Impact Report. The 2014-2021 Housing Element (Chapter 8) was approved by the City Council on February 11, 2014. The General Plan documents are as follows. They are provided in Acrobat pdf format:
The full Moreno Valley municipal code is available on-line. The online version makes it easier than ever to find the exact code you're looking for without having to drive to City Hall.
This link allows you access to all of the online planning forms for the City of Moreno Valley. Scroll down till you see planning forms section.
Specific Plans identify design and/or development standards that directly relate to the objectives of a particular geographic area and expand upon the general provisions provided within the City’s General Plan and Municipal Code.
Specific Plans can have a singular focus, such as the Moreno Valley Industrial Area that addresses land uses and design/development standards for industrial related development; or, Specific Plans can address multiple land uses and objectives, such as the Village Plan that provides for both residential and commercial development, along with provisions for redevelopment of existing uses and/or infrastructure. Some of the City’s Specific Plans are as follows:
- SP - 204 The Village (6.1 Meg)
- SP - 208 Industrial Area (6.9 Meg)
- SP - 209 Auto Mall Amendment No. 3 (Phases 1 and 2) (3.5 Meg)
- SP - 209 Auto Mall Amendment No. 4 (Phase 3) (4.8 Meg)
- SP - 209 Auto Mall Amendment No. 5 (3 Meg)
For more information, please contact the Planning Division at 951.413.3206 or visit us at 14177 Frederick Street, Moreno Valley, CA 92553.
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The Housing Element is a state-mandated program that is designed to expand housing opportunities for all households.
The Housing Element for the 2009- 2014 period identifies approximately 7,500 sites for future housing needs. To implement sound housing and community development planning, the City will need to zone or rezone certain areas to comply with the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s (HCD) mandate.
The goal of the state mandate is to create and sustain livable communities, to expand housing opportunities, and accommodate the housing needs of residents of all economic levels. Building an adequate supply of safe and affordable housing and developing a variety of housing types provides significant economic and social benefits to the entire community. Through a series of public meetings conducted in 2007 and 2008, input from our citizens assisted the planning commission and city council to plan effectively for housing.
- Housing Element Presentation
- Housing Element Map (11 x 17)
- Housing Element Map (8.5 x 11)
- Map of Redevelopment Area
Also of Interest
- The Fair Housing Council of Riverside County provides comprehensive education, enforcement and investigation of fair housing discrimination complaints. The mediation program provides education and information on tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities, and provides dispute resolution and mediation of rental housing conflicts
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development