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The General Plan is the basic planning document for all cities and counties in California. Every jurisdiction in the State must adopt a comprehensive, long-term general plan for the physical development of both the city and any land outside the city's boundaries that the city judges to be relevant to its long-range planning. All land use approvals in the city must be consistent with the General Plan. The Plan should be clearly written, available to all those concerned with the community's development, and easy to administer.

City of Chino General Plan 
Chino General Plan Cover
Table of Contents
 1 - Introduction 
 2 - Vision for Chino
 3 - A Healthy City
 4 - Land Use
 5 - Community Character
 6 - Housing
 7 - Transportation 
 8 - Economic Development
 9 - Open Space and Conservation
10 - Parks and Recreation
11 - Public Facilities and Services
12 - Air Quality
13 - Safety
14 - Noise
Appendix A - Final SSA Report

General Plan FINAL EIR
Final EIR
Findings and Statement of Overriding Considerations

General Plan DRAFT Environmental Impact Report
Chino EIR Cover
Table of Contents
1 - Introduction
2 - Report Summary
3 - Project Description
4 - Environmental Evaluation
     4.1 - Aesthetics
     4.2 - Agricultural Resources
     4.3 - Air Quality
     4.4 - Biological Resources
     4.5 - Cultural and Paleontological
     4.6 - Geology
     4.7 - Hazards and Hazardous Materials
     4.8 - Hydro Water Quality
     4.9 - Land Use
     4.10 - Noise
     4.11 - Population Employment
     4.12 - Public Services
     4.13 - Traffic Circulation
     4.14 - Utilities and Infrastructure
5 - Alternatives
6 - CEQA Required Assessment Conclusions
7 - List of Preparers

Housing Element Addendum