The Preserve

The Preserve is an area of approximately 5,435 acres of former and existing farm and dairy property located south of Kimball Avenue, north of State Route 71, west of Hellman Avenue, and east of Euclid Avenue. The area was annexed to the City of Chino in July 2003. Approximately half of the area will consist of residential, commercial, industrial and airport-related development. The other half will remain as open space, for natural, recreational, and agricultural uses.

The vision of The Preserve Specific Plan is a community based on a mixture of residential neighborhoods focused around a lively community core and a regional commercial center. The development will be inter-connected with a multi-purpose open space feature, using a series of paseos and trails, and will be integrated with the Chino Airport. There will be a range of housing types with equestrian estates, contemporary apartments and condominiums, and entry-level housing--all with a unique sense of place and identity.

Examples of Current Developments

Citrus Commons
Citrus Commons

Iris @ The Preserve
Iris at the Preserve

Conceptual Rendering of Main Street
conceptual rendering of main street

Click below to view:

  • Preserve Specific Plan
  • Design Guidelines
  • Environmental Impact Report

The Preserve's website can be accessed at:
www.thepreserveatchino.com

1. Specific Plan

Cover and Table of Contents
Section I - Vision
Section II - Executive Summary
Section III - Introduction & Background
Section IV - Development Concept
Section V - Development Plan
Section VI - Design Guidelines
Section VII - Administration
Section VIII - Glossary
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2. Design Guidelines

Cover & Table of Contents
Section 1 - Community Overview
Section 2 - Neighborhood Crafting
Section 3 - Architecture
Section 4 - Landscape Design
Section 5 - Submittal Requirements
Section 6 - Harvest Neighborhood
Appendix

3. EIR Volume 1

0.0 Cover FEIR Cover
0.0 List of Contents
0.0 Title Page FEIR Cover
0.1 Staff Report Attachment
0.2 MMP table-certified
0.3a Findings
0.3b Findings
0.4 Title
0.5 TOC
1.0 Intro
10.0 References
2.0 Summary
3.0-project
4.0-env
5.1a Land Use
5.1b Land Use
5.2 Agriculture
5.3 Hydrology
5.4a Bio Res
5.4b Bio Res
5.4c Bio Res
5.5 Geology
5.6 Hazards
5.7 Transportation
5.8 Noise
5.9 Air Quality
5.10 Population
5.11 Public Serv
5.12-utilities
5.13 Cultural
5.14 Aesthetics
5.14-aesthetics
5.15 General Plan
6.0 Growth
7.0 Significant
8.0-alternatives
9.0 Preparers

4. EIR Volume 2

Appendix A-01 NOP and Correspondence
Appendix A-02 NOP and Correspondence
Appendix A-03 NOP and Correspondence
Appendix B-01 Biological Resources
Appendix B-02 Biological Resources
Appendix B-03 Biological Resources
Appendix B-04 Biological Resources
Appendix B-05 Biological Resources
Appendix C Traffic
Appendix D Noise Assessment 
Appendix E Air Quality
Appendix F Cultural Resources
Appendix G Geology and Soils/Hazards
Appendix H Land Use Agriculture
Appendix I Water Supply
Vol.2 FEIR Certified Cover and TOC