San Bernardino County is a diverse public service organization serving America’s largest county. We are governed by an elected Board of Supervisors and dedicated to creating a community where nearly 2.2 million residents can prosper and achieve well-being as outlined in the Countywide Vision. It is comprised of 42 departments and agencies, which are staffed by more than 25,000 public service professionals who provide a wide range of vital services in the areas of public safety, health care, social services, economic and community development and revitalization, fiscal services, infrastructure, recreation and culture, and internal support. San Bernardino County’s organizational culture is defined by the four pillars of value, innovation, service, and vision.

County Holidays

Our offices will be closed in observance of the following holidays:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day | January 17, 2022
Presidents’ Day | February 21, 2022
Memorial Day | May 30, 2022
Juneteenth | June 20, 2022
Independence Day | July 4, 2022
Labor Day | September 5, 2022
County Holiday | October 10, 2022

Veteran’s Day | November 11, 2022
Thanksgiving Day | November 24, 2022
Day after Thanksgiving | November 25, 2022
Christmas Holiday | December 23, 2022
Christmas Holiday | December 26, 2022
New Year’s Holiday | December 30, 2022

San Bernardino County Seal

About the County Seal

The emblem, which is used as the official seal, symbolizes the two levels of government for which the County acts as agent; namely, the Federal government, symbolized by the Eagle, and the State of California, represented by the Bear Flag insignia. The emblem depicts the San Bernardino Mountain range, famous for its resort areas and mining industry. The open area, fringed by cultivated areas, depicts the agriculture of the County and the conversion of desert lands to productive citrus and vineyard lands. These industries are represented symbolically again in the orange and grape wreath. The main figure of the streamlined train, emerging from a gear wheel, followed by the covered wagon, represents the development of industry and transportation in the County from the early Mormon settlers to the County’s present position as a railroad and steel production center.

County of San Bernardino flag