Planning

The Planning Department plays a critical role in achieving the City Council's goals and objectives relative to land use, urban design, and the quality and sustainability of the built environment.  Our team focuses on development that enhances economic value, quality of life, and complete community.

 

For New Project Submittals or Project Resubmittals, please click on the electronic document submission requirements below.

Electronic Document Submittal Requirements

 

To check on the status of your plan check or permit or to submit a Planning Department application, visit the City of Ontario Citizen Portal Access below. 


 

To make an online payment, visit the City of Ontario Online Payment Portal.

 

Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Euclid Mixed Use Specific Plan (File No. PSP22-001)

A Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) has been prepared for the Euclid Mixed Use Specific Plan (File No. PSP22-001). The Planning Commission is scheduled to consider the Final EIR and take action on the project during a public hearing on July 23, 2024.

The agenda item will be open for public comment. Any person wishing to comment on this project must submit comments in writing to the contact listed on the FEIR.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 PM in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 303 E. B Street Ontario CA, 91764.

Downloadable Files

Contact Us

For general inquiries, the Planning Department can be contacted via email at PlanningCounter@ontarioca.gov or by phone at (909) 395-2036. 

 

Henry K. Noh
Planning Director

Department Location
303 East B Street
Ontario, CA 91764
Phone (909) 395-2036
 

Planning Commission Meeting

Planning Commission Meeting will be held in Person.

 

The Ontario Plan 2050

The Ontario Plan provides a long-term vision for the future growth and development of the City.

 

 

Downtown District Plan - Live Webinar Session

The Downtown District Plan provides the framework to foster a viable, livable, sustainable, and healthy downtown. By identifying and responding to revitalization fundamentals, such as land use, the plan seeks to create a placed-based, people-focused commercial and cultural center for the downtown. Such a place that has thriving local economy which supports our businesses, is rich in character, and features inviting public spaces that make residents, visitors, and businesses feel a strong sense of connection and is where they want to be. 

The Downtown District Plan Webinar was held on July 30, 2020. The recorded webinar can be viewed below.

Please provide any input, comments, questions, concerns, suggestions, or ideas, by completing and submitting the comment form (Link to website comment form).

 

 

 

Downloadable Files

Development Code
Zoning Map

Click here for our Zoning Map.