The Hills For Everyone April e-newsletter covers the recently killed cougar found along the 60 freeway, the Los Angeles County Safety Element Update adoption, and the San Gabriel Valley Greenway Network Plan. View the April E-Newsletter.
For those following the Shady View project in Chino Hills. The Chino Champion has written an article outlining the development proposal: 159 houses, 72 acres of open space and a rec center, and relocation of oil operations. Read more in … Read More
While we are glad you are enjoying Chino Hills State Park, but hope your experience isn’t diminished by a parking ticket when you return to the car! As a friendly reminder, no matter what park you visit be sure to … Read More
Another twist in the Hidden Oaks property in Carbon Canyon! The landowner has put the property on the market for $66M. The original proposal had included 107 houses but after major concerns were raised by us and others about wildfire … Read More
The developer of the 537 acre property submitted a revised project that reduces the footprint of the project and number of units from 107 to 53. However, the site is now owned by a new developer and the new site plans … Read More
Fall 2020 Newsletter (PDF – 773 KB)Highlights: Aera Energy Application Withdrawal Eastbridge 320 acres Preserved Hidden Oaks Update Ralphs Fundraiser Brea Canyon Road Update Esperanza Hills Update Park & Preserve Hours Chino Hills State Park Updates COVID & Our Conservation … Read More
A developer sponsored informational meeting will be held at Western Hills Country Club (1800 Carbon Canyon Road in Chino Hills) on Thursday, February 6th at 6:30 PM to discuss the proposed Hidden Oaks project. The project site is zoned for … Read More