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Healthy Hills
About Healthy Hills
The City of Chino Hills is proud to have been designated a California Healthy City. What are California Healthy Cities and Communities? The premise of Healthy Cities is that education, employment opportunities, and the physical environment are inextricably linked to health and social well-being. Healthy Cities strive to assist communities in solving complex social, physical, and environmental health problems by supporting the local Healthy Hills Steering Committee.

The Steering Committee works together to define health priorities and improve the quality of life in Chino Hills.

Annually, the Chino Hills Healthy Hills Steering Committee develops a project work plan for the upcoming year. The Steering Committee has determined that projects will be consistent with the selected theme, "Promoting Healthy Families."

Our Mission
Healthy Hills supports programs and services that emphasize healthy minds, bodies, and spirits in order to promote a positive quality oflife and develop a well-rounded community.

Healthy Hills Steering Committee
Council Member Cynthia Moran, Chair
Kurt Allen, Council Appointed Member
Deputy Chief Jeremy Ault, Chino Valley Fire District
Supriya Barrows, Council Appointed Member       
Bill Taylor, Parks & Recreation Commission
Robert Gannon, Resident
Bob Goodwin, Public Works Commission
Alexander Green, High School Student Member
Karen Haughey, San Bernardino County
Abraham Hovsepian, Resident
Gary G. Larson, Planning Commission
Gail Johnson, Resident
Tom Mackessy, Principal, Chino Valley Unified School District
Al Matta, Council Appointed Member
Laura Montague, Council Appointed Member
Jenny Mott, Chino Valley Unified School District
Lt. Dave Phelps, Chino Hills Police Department
Kasey Powderly, Chino Valley YMCA
Marggie Royston, Council Appointed Member
Alexandria Sandel, College Student Member
David Stilwell, Resident
Samra Vithlani, High School Student Member
Myra Zhan, High School Student Member

Member Information
The City of Chino Hills Healthy Hills Steering Committee is comprised of members from the following sectors:
  • Public agencies
  • Schools           
  • Businesses
  • Community organizations
  • Residents

What Does Being a California Healthy City Mean?
  • Addressing economic, environmental, social, and physical issues.
  • Working together to keep Chino Hills clean, vital, diverse, and safe.
  • Broadening community control and participation.
  • Promoting healthy families by developing programs that support the residents in our community.
  • Providing an opportunity to every community member to make a lasting difference.

Meeting Schedule
The Healthy Hills Steering Committee meets four times a year during the months of February, May, August and November at 6:00 p.m. at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive, in Chino Hills, unless otherwise noted. The meeting dates for 2016 are February 22, May 16th, August 8th, and November 14th.

Notices of public meetings and their agendas are posted on this website in the Community Calendar and outside the Council Chambers at City Hall. 
Most Recent Agenda