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Harmony: A master planned community

Set in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, Harmony is a proposed master-planned community in the City of Highland. Harmony meets the diverse needs of the region by providing a variety of housing types, parks, trails, roads, gathering places and open space.

Built over the next decade or more, Harmony provides a site for a new school, a new fire station, police substation, and 14 active and passive parks spanning over 100 acres. Along with parks and trails, there will be 582 acres of natural open space and 111 additional acres of community greenway.

Harmony will also generate more than $50 million in development impact fees that will be used to construct and improve roadways, sewers, storm drains, parks, trails, and other public facilities throughout the City of Highland and the surrounding area.

Harmony’s economic benefits include: creation of short-and long-term construction jobs, local and regional tax revenues, and a new customer base that attracts new and supports existing businesses.

Harmony will be built in phases over the next several years, assuring that road, water, sewer, parks and flood control infrastructure is built to support the planned development.


Where we are?

Harmony is:

  • A sustainable master-planned community built over the next 13-15 years – depending on market conditions.

  • A community that will dedicate about half of its 1,650 acres to natural open space, parks and community service facilities

  • A diversity of home types, ranging from larger estate lots to multi-family units, designed to serve the demands of various family needs

  • Single family lots ranging from 3,000 to 15,000 square feet

  • Between 14 and 21 acres of neighborhood-serving commercial area

  • A new fire station equipped with a police substation

  • 33 miles of public trails

  • A site for a new state of the art school with an adjacent park

  • 14 new active and passive parks open to the public

  • Safe routes to schools

  • 582 acres of natural open space

  • 111 additional acres of community greenway

  • Trails that connect to the Santa Ana River and existing trails within the San Bernardino National Forest

  • Over $50 million in development impact fees to construct and improve roads, water lines, sewers, flood control, storm drains and freeway on- and off-ramps

  • Bus routes and bus stops within the project

  • Homes wired for Electric Vehicles

  • Drought-tolerant native landscaping and homes designed with water-saving features

  • Improved roadways throughout Harmony and the City of Highland

  • Flood-control and storm facilities

  • Long-term and short-term construction jobs

Get in touch


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Harmony Outreach Team, 1156 N. Mountain Road, Upland, CA 91786