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San Bernardino
San Bernardino County, California

92401, 92404, 92407, 92408, 92409, 92410, 92411

It's a Great Day in San Bernardino

Page Contents for San Bernardino, California

Statistics & Facts


History & History-related items

City Attractions



Chamber of Commerce.

Community news

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.




Statistics & Facts

The California state capital is Sacramento.
The population of San Bernardino is approximately 184,400 (1994), 209924 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 58,804 (1994), 59283 (2010).
The amount of land area in San Bernardino is 142.66 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in San Bernardino is 59.3 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 1.086 sq kilometers.
The distance from San Bernardino to Washington DC is 2372 miles.
The distance to the California state capital is 386 miles. (as the crow flies)
San Bernardino is positioned 34.13 degrees north of the equator and 117.29 degrees west of the prime meridian.
San Bernardino elevation is 1,046 feet above sea level.
San Bernardino per capita income is $ 12,311 .
San Bernardino median income is $ 26,845 .
The San Bernardino median home price is $ 120,150 (June 1993).
San Bernardino average annual rainfall is 15.12 (maximum yearly rainfall) inches per year
San Bernardino average temperature is 66.5 degrees F.
The average winter temperature is 53 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 68.7 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 80.6 degrees F.


59 miles east of Los Angeles, next to the San Bernardino Mountains.
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History & History Related Items

The area was largely settled by Mormon pioneers in the mid-1800's. It was named for the Roman Catholic St. Bernardino de Sienna. It was in the early 1800's that a priest from the San Gabriel Mission began an outpost here on May 20 which was the saint's feast day.

San Bernardino is the county seat for San Bernardino County which has the distinction of being the largest county in the United States.

Here is a history page for San Bernardino.
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The founding of San Bernardino


The incorporation of San Bernardino



The National Orange Show
held each year during April

The Renaissance Pleasure Faire
Phone: 800-523-2473
held at nearby Devore during late April until early June. An Elizabethan country faire is re-created here, complete with songs, dancing, costumes and even a Queen and her court.

San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
562 West Fourth Street
between E and F St.s
San Bernardino, CA

The San Bernardino Stampede
A Class A Los Angeles Dodger affiliate team

California Theater of the Performing Arts

Route 66 Rendezvous
San Bernardino is host of the nation's largest Route 66 event, "The Route 66 Rendezvous," held each year in the third weekend in September.

San Bernardino County Museum
2024 Orange Tree Lane
Redlands, CA
PHone: 909-307-2669
Please call for hours of operation.
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Economy & Industry

City of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency
201 North "E" Street Suite 301
San Bernardino, California 92401
Phone: 909-663-1044
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San Bernardino City Government

The official City of San Bernardino website

City of San Bernardino
300 North "D" Street
San Bernardino CA 92418-0001
Phone: (909) 384-5211


San Bernardino County
590 N. Sierra Way #B
San Bernardino, CA 92410-4815
Phone: 909-387-7636

San Bernardino Chamber

The San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce
255 North D Street #217
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1713
Phone: 909-888-2188

Chamber of Commerce
546 W. 6th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410-3002
Phone: 909-885-7515

San Bernardino Community News

Dr. Ray E. Liles of Crestline, is proud to announce that his sister, Suzanne Liles Locklear appears in a book entitled; "Portraits of Hope"in which fifty-two breast cancer survivors are profiled, including Nancy Reagan, Betty Ford, Susan Ford, Jill Eikenberry of L.A. Law, Linda Ellerbee, newscaster, and Julia Child among others. The release date for "Portraits of Hope" is October, l998. "Portraits of Hope" is a two volume set, beautifully bound. All proceeds are being donated to various national breast cancer organizations devoted to breast cancer research and causes. Please look for "Portraits of Hope" at Barnes and Noble, Borders, B. Dalton, and book-stores near you.
Contact Suzanne at:

San Bernardino Organizations

The San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce
255 North D Street #217
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1713
Phone: 909-888-2188

Chamber of Commerce
546 W. 6th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410-3002
Phone: 909-885-7515

San Bernardino Libraries

The San Bernardino Free Public Library

San Bernardino Public Library
555 W. 6th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410-3001
Phone: 909-381-8201

San Bernardino County Library
104 W. 4th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1413
Phone: 909-387-5720

San Bernardino Law Library
402 N. D Street
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1423
Phone: 909-885-3020

San Bernardino Schools

San Bernardino County Schools

San Bernardino School District
777 N. F St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410-3017
Phone: 909-381-1100

California Elementary School
2699 N. California St.
San Bernardino, CA 92407-6714
Phone: 909-880-6600

San Bernardino High School
1850 N. E Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405-3971
Phone: 909-881-8217


California State University at San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407-2318
Phone: 909-880-5000

San Bernardino Community College District

San Bernardino Valley College
701 S. Mount Vernon Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92410-2705
Phone: 909-888-1996 San Bernardino


School enrollment K-12: 43,200 (estimated 1993)

The prevailing wind direction is S/W

The population of San Bernardino was:
1980 - 123,429
1990 - 164,164
1994 - 184,400

The number of Households in San Bernardino were:
1980 - 45,020
1990 - 54,482
1994 - 58,804
1998 - 59,000 (estimate)
2003 - 60,938 (projection)

San Bernardino residents have a median age of 30.27 years

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