Highway 74 Multi-Modal Transit Plan
GET INVOLVED! The Planning Department is holding several community events within the next week. Please click here for more information.
Additionally, if you are a Good Hope, Meadowbrook, or Warm Springs resident, community member, or stakeholder, get involved by taking the survey. Please click here to see more information or take the survey.
Project Manager
Robert Flores:
Phone (951) 955-1195 
(Hablo Español)
Planning Navigation
The Concern (La Preocupación)
Low-income communities along Highway 74 face significant barriers to mobility including limited transportation infrastructure, lack of pedestrian and bicycle access to transit and community resources, and limited transit.
As part of ongoing land use and community planning efforts along this corridor, these barriers have been emphasis, so the County felt it necessary to assess mobility concerns concurrently with land use planning.
Las comunidades de bajos ingresos a lo largo de la carretera 74 enfrentan barreras considerables para la movilidad, que incluye infraestructura de transporte limitada, la falta de tránsito y acceso peatonal y de bicicleta a recursos comunitarios.
Como parte del esfuerzo continuo de planificación del uso del suelo y planificación comunitaria a lo largo de la carretera, estas barreras se han enfatizado, por lo que el Condado consideró necesario evaluar las preocupaciones de movilidad al mismo tiempo de la planificación del uso del suelo.

The Planning Department is in the process of drafting a Community Plan for a 6.8-mile long portion of the Highway 74 corridor that begins at the City of Lake Elsinore and terminates at the City of Perris. The proposed Community Plan will address the recommendations of the Highway 74 Business Corridor Land Use Study that was completed in May 2016. This land use study was supported by an in-depth community outreach and public participation effort that engaged the local communities, business leaders, and key stakeholders. The proposed Community Plan will include a General Plan Amendment to modify the land use designations and policies, that guide development, on approximately 2,200 acres and over 900 parcels within the project area. The proposed Community Plan will also include a zone consistency program to ensure the areas General Plan Land Use Designation and Zone Classifications are consistent to streamline development review.

Community Outreach

Get involved! The Riverside County Planning Department is holding several community outreach events to get input from residents, the community, proberty/business owners, and any other stakeholders.

·Outreach flyer (PDF)


Community Pop-up Events (subject to change - updated 9/5/19)

·Wednesday, September 4, 2019 (Day 1)

Event 1: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Location 2) and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Location 3)

Event 2: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Location 5) and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Location 6)

·Thursday, September 5, 2019 (Day 2)

Event 1: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Location 2) and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Alternate 1)

Event 2: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Location 3) and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Alternate 2)

·Locations (TBD locations will be updated prior to event with location name and address)

1. [Not Available]

2. Moses Schaffer Community Center (21565 Steele Peak Drive, Perris, CA)

3. Meadowbrook Market (2727215 Hwy 74, Perris, CA)

4. [Not Available]

5. Costco, Lake Elsinore (29315 Central Ave., Lake Elsinore, CA)

6. Good Hope Elementary (24050 Theda St., Perris, CA)

Alternate Location(s)

Alternate 1: Rosetta Canyon Sports Park in Lake Elsinore, near Warm Springs (44419 Ardenwood Way, Lake Elsinore, CA)

Alternate 2: La Guadalupana Market (26020 Highway 74, Perris, CA) - NEW LOCATION!

Design Charrette

·Date/Time: September 10, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

·Location: Moses Schaffer Community Center in Good Hope (located at 21565 Steele Peak Drive, Perris, CA 92570)


Take the Survey!

If you live, work, or frequent the Good Hope, Meadowbrook, or Warm Springs communities, or adjacent areas, help the planning process. Take a short survey to tell about yourself, how you get around, what's important to you for mobility, what would get you to walk, bike and use transit (i.e. bus, train, etc.), or any other information we can use in our planning effort. See survey below.

· Online Highway 74 Multi-Modal Transit Plan Survey (webform coming soon)

Paper Survey (PDF): English or Spanish 

You may email any Paper Survey to RFlores@rivco.org, mail/bring it in to 4080 Lemon Street, 12th Fl., Riverside, CA 92501 (attn. Robert Flores), or fax it to (951) 955-1811 (attn. Robert Flores).