Let us know how you feel about the current landscaping in your city. Take Part One of the two-part survey here.
The City of Fontana, in partnership with the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), is in the process of developing a citywide landscaping plan. This GREENprint will provide landscaping standards for future and rehabilitated development.
The plan aims to:
Establish policy and ordinances resulting in a consistent, sustainable and water/energy efficient landscape scheme citywide
Encourage active transportation (spending more time outdoors)
Thank you for joining us during the first community workshop in December. If you were unable to attend, you can view the presentation here. The next workshop will be in March 2019.
Did You Know?
The most common types of trees in Fontana are Crape Myrtle, London Plane and Mexican Fan Palm, all of which are pictured below. There are currently 5,941 Crape Myrtles, 3,482 London Planes and 3,172 Mexican Fan Palms.