About San Bernardino
Centrally located and close to all the hot spots in the state, its no wonder the city of San Bernardino is one of California's fastest growing and award-winning communities. Its dynamic, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural population of 200,000 enjoys excellent quality of life and close access to many Southern California attractions from the desert to the mountains to the beaches. It’s your adventure, so take your pick!
San Bernardino is becoming a popular place to live and invest. A huge downtown revitalization effort is under way as the city undergoes a remarkable economic expansion. Projects include a hotel and conference center, luxury condominiums, senior housing, retail outlets and more. We recently celebrated the grand opening of the Interstate 210 freeway, which leads our guests directly to Community Hospital of San Bernardino (CHSB) within a very short commute.
As you begin your search for quality environment to call home, excellent schools, outstanding park facilities, community service programs and safe and responsive public services abound the area. Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana provide family-friendly locales, Redlands is an established bedroom community with quaint eateries and tree-lined historic streets, and nearby Lake Arrowhead offers remarkably affordable housing in the San Bernardino Mountains. So, stop on by and stay a while!
Outdoor Adventures: San Bernardino is only minutes away from kayaking, canoeing, boating and fishing, surfing, camping, skiing and golfing to name a few of the most popular activities.
Cultural Fare: The city has its own symphony and performing arts. You can visit museums or take in the theatre, too.
Sporting Events: San Bernardino is home to the Inland Empire 66ers, a Los Angeles Dodger’s Class “A” Affiliate, the San Bernardino Bulls Arena Football, and is minutes away from the popular California Speedway NASCAR in Fontana.
Also in San Bernardino you'll find first-rate shopping, Farmers’ Markets and much more for all ages to enjoy!
There’s more! San Bernardino county’s most visited regional parks also include: Calico Ghost Town, Cucamonga-Guasti, Glen Helen, Joshua Tree National Park, Lake Gregory, Moabi, Mohave Narrows, Prado and Yucaipa Regional http://www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us/parks/justthe.htm. Whatever outdoor activity you enjoy, San Bernardino County Parks are sure to have what you are looking for.