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County will spend $2.5 million on upgrades in downtown San Bernardino

County will spend $2.5 million on upgrades in downtown San Bernardino

San Bernardino County Public Works recently announced it will spend $2.5 million to improve the Little Third Street and Little Tippecanoe Avenue corridor in downtown San Bernardino. The improvement project covers half a mile and is funded through a federal earmark and Measure I. The project calls for street widening, …

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City seeks public input on parks master plan

City seeks public input on parks master plan

San Bernardino is developing its first parks master plan in fifteen years to identify current and future facility needs, as well as youth, senior and recreation programs for the City’s parks, community centers, and senior centers.  “Our entire team is committed to ensuring the most inclusive planning process for a …

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San Bernardino Festival Receives National Diversity Award

San Bernardino Festival Receives National Diversity Award

The National League of Cities (NLC) awarded the City of San Bernardino its 2023 City Cultural Diversity Award at the League’s National Conference held in Washington D.C. from March 26-28. The award recognized the San Bernardino Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department’s inaugural Festival: Where Our Cultures Connect event. The …

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County to spend $72 million to address homelessness

County releases plan to tackle homelessness

Last week the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors voted to spend $72.7 million in federal, state and county resources to support the 2022 Homeless Strategic Action Plan approved by the board last June. “Addressing the root causes of homelessness is the most effective means of reducing the numbers of …

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Reyes introduces bill to place 1,000-foot buffer between warehouses and homes

Reyes introduces bill to place 1,000-foot buffer between warehouses and homes

Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes, D-San Bernardino is trying once again to get legislation passed to block development of warehouses within 1,000 feet of homes. AB 1000, the Good Neighbor Policy, would permit local governments to approve construction of large warehouses and logistics centers of over 100,000 square feet …

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Rowe Branch Library reopens to public following renovations

Rowe Branch Library reopens to public following renovations

The Howard M. Rowe Branch Library in San Bernardino is once again open as contractors completed upgrades to the building. Rowe Library, located at 108 E Marshall Blvd, San Bernardino, CA 92404, was closed in January to allow crews to improve the public restrooms at the location. The library reopened …

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Second Street reopens to traffic after three year closure

Second Street reopens to traffic after three year closure

The City of San Bernardino celebrated the reopening of Second Street between Arrowhead Avenue and Mountain View Avenue this week, restoring vehicle and pedestrian traffic to a key downtown corridor. The road had been closed for three years for the demolition and reconstruction of the Second Street Bridge, which passes …

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County warns of text message scam targeting CalWORKs and CalFresh

County warns of text message scam targeting CalWORKs and CalFresh

The California Department of Social Services has issued a warning to people that receive CalWORKs and CalFresh benefits via an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card to be on the lookout for recent scams and electronic theft. Fake text messages that look like official text notifications are being sent to customers …

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Extreme snow storms cause County to declare state of emergency

Extreme snow storms cause County to declare state of emergency

San Bernardino County declared a state of emergency Monday after mountain community residents found themselves trapped at home or unable to reach home due to several feet of snow that fell over the past weekend. The declaration seeks state and federal assistance to clear snow from mountain highways and neighborhood …

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San Bernardino County Code Enforcement opens at new location

San Bernardino County Code Enforcement opens at new location

San Bernardino County Code Enforcement has opened a new office in San Bernardino on Hospitality Lane. The move to 268 W. Hospitality will house a growing Code Enforcement team in the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector building and offer several services such as: Code Enforcement Community Clean-Up lllegal Dumping Off-Highway Vehicle Enforcement Graffiti Abatement …

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