Municipal Code

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The Chino Hills Municipal Code represents the most current regulations adopted by the City. The document is a compilation of ordinances of the City. Following adoption by the City Council, ordinances of a general and permanent nature are codified into the Municipal Code. Codification is completed quarterly.

This Code guides how the City is governed and is updated as the City grows and changes. Ordinances that have been adopted, but have not yet been codified, are available by clicking on the following links: 

Ordinance No. 292 - An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Amending Various Chapters of the Chino Hills Municipal Code to Update the Definition, Development Standards, References, and Permissible Zoning Districts for Religious Institutions and Public Assembly Uses and Finding Municipal Code Amendment 15MCA02 Exempt from Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act

Ordinance No. 381 - An Ordinance of the City of Chino Hills, Amending Chapter 1.14 and Adopting a New, Revised City Council Electoral District Map

Ordinance No. 382 - An Ordinance of the City of Chino Hills, Setting the Amount of Solid Waste Disposal (Trash) Rates and Charges Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 5471 Et. Seq. and Determining the Project is Exempt From Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act 

Ordinance No. 383 - An Ordinance of the City of Chino Hills,  Amending Title 16 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code Chapter 16.02 - Definitions, Chapter 16.04 - Zoning Districts Designated, Chapter 16.10 - Residential Districts, Chapter 16.18 - Recreation and Open Space District, Chapter 16.30 - Scenic Resources Overlay District, Appendix A Land Use Matrix, and Delete Chapter 16.26 - Agricultural Preserve Overlay District, and Finding Proposed Municipal Code Amendment 22MCA01 Exempt From Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act

Ordinance No. 384 - An Ordinance of the City of Chino Hills, Updating Outdated Addresses for City Hall in the Chino Hills Municipal Code and Determining This Action is Exempt From Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act