Community Workshops

Community participation is at the core of making San Bernardino 2050 a success. A series of community workshops are being held during the key milestones of the project. Workshops are a great opportunity to have your voice heard in a collaborative and interactive setting. Make sure to join us for one of our upcoming workshops listed below, or review materials from one of our prior meetings.

Upcoming Workshops

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Past Workshops

Focus Areas Community Workshops

In March 2022, seven community workshops were held in each of the Wards in San Bernardino to gain valuable feedback from residents, local leaders, and stakeholders on the future land use of the City. Over 150 individuals attended these workshops and participated in the mapping exercise. A summary of the common themes and big ideas that came out of these meetings will be available in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out what attendees have been saying by viewing the maps and comments produced at the workshops by visiting the Focus Area Public Input page.

Make sure to check back on upcoming opportunities and how you can get involved in upcoming events!

Focus Areas Virtual Workshops

For those who couldn’t make it to one of the community workshops, a virtual workshop was conducted on March 28, 2022, that shared the same information as the Ward workshops. An online version of the mapping exercise conducted at the workshops was also given an overview to provide comments online. Make sure to watch the video of the presentation (available in Spanish as well).

San Bernardino Event using SCAG’s Go Human Kit of Parts

On Saturday, March 19th, 2022, the City of San Bernardino utilized SCAG’s Go Human Kit of Parts to put together a tactical urbanism demonstration in Downtown San Bernardino. The event was a part of the community engagement effort for the City’s General Plan update, San Bernardino 2050: The Future is Ours, and it was held in conjunction with the San Bernardino Arts Fest, a popular local event. The project team engaged with approximately 100 community members, which included many youths. 

The event showcased a creative crosswalk, separated bike lane, parklet, and curb extension. Many, if not all, of the elements were new to the city. The Kit of Parts served as valuable educational tools to teach community members about new pedestrian and bicycle treatments that the City is interested in having.

Click here to see a video from the event.

20 Jul

Public Workshop: 2021-2029 Housing Element

18 Jul

Public Workshop: 2021-2029 Housing Element

17 Jul

Public Workshop: 2021-2029 Housing Element

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