Where Labor, Location and Low Cost Converge
Located at the heart of Southern California, an economy of 22 million people, the County of San Bernardino is the largest county in the United States. Its vast borders stretch from the greater Los Angeles area to the Nevada border and the Colorado River encompassing a total area of 20,160 square miles. Comprised of 24 cities, the County of San Bernardino encompasses more than two million residents with a workforce exceeding 900,000. Its assets include an innovation corridor of close to two dozen colleges and universities supporting a strong, diverse workforce along with an unparalleled collection of roadways, runways and railways that lead to regional, national and international business centers. One of its transportation assets is the Ontario International Airport featuring the western hub for UPS.
A Partner in Business Success
The county seat is in the City of San Bernardino and the political structure includes five County Supervisors, five congressional districts, nine State Assembly districts, and five State Senate districts. The 24 cities and town largely have a mayor and council system.
San Bernardino County leaders strive to create a business-friendly environment. With a focus on workforce development, infrastructure improvements, and common-sense regulations, the County is seen by many as a partner in their success.