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PlanRC emphasizes defining the character of our community - the look and feel of buildings, streets and all of the spaces in between. The term commonly used to describe this is:

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Community design
Urban planning
Architecture
Economic development

The correct answer: Community design! PlanRC is focused on creating attractive, safe and comfortable neighborhoods and places that are inviting for all. Community design focuses on creating complete neighborhoods and places, rather than individual projects.

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Building new housing, shops or offices on vacant, unused and under-developed land within existing community planning areas is referred to "infill development".

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True
False

The correct answer: True! There are many vacant parcels and lands with minimal development throughout the Rancho Cucamonga. Infill will be an important tool to provide needed housing, services, jobs and economic development in the future.

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Equity is a key component to creating and sustaining a world class community. Is equity the same as equality?

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Yes, they are interchangeable.
No, equity involves distributing resources based on community needs

The correct answer: No, equity involves distributing resources based on community needs! Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities. Equity recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates resources and opportunities for all to thrive.

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Health and equity outcomes are connected to what aspects of our community?

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Affordable, quality housing
Economic opportunity
Environmental quality
Community safety
Social and cultural cohesion
All of the above

The correct answer: All of the above! Community health and equity are important drivers for the future of our city. Conditions in the places where people live, learn, work and play affect a wide range of health outcomes and quality of life. While our overall health and well-being is affected by access to good health care (like going to the doctor’s office for an annual check-up), our health and well-being are also affected by our homes, our access to fresh fruits and vegetables, the quality of the air we breathe, our education systems, and by how safe we are in the communities in which we live.

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