San Bernardino, the county seat of San Bernardino County is California’s 18th largest city. It has an estimated population of more than 200,000 and is part of the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Area or the ‘Inland Empire’. Most of San Bernardino’s residential structures are older than its surrounding regions, although there are several new and modern housing structures in the Verdemont area.
San Bernardino has several neighborhoods named based on geographical location and specific housing developments. These include:
• Arrow Springs which extends from the Arrowhead Springs Hotel and Spa in the northern area to the 210 Freeway on the south, the Shandin Hills on the western region and the East twin Creek on the east.
• Del Rosa lies between the Highland, Mountain and Arden Avenues.
• Delmann Heights is situated north of Highland Avenue, west of 215 and an area of Muscoy, California which may eventually become a part of the city’s annexation.
• West Highlands includes some portions of the Highland area. This area located north of Highland Avenue is home to the Patton post office.
• The Mountain Shadows area includes the region between Palm Avenue and Highland Avenue up to the State Route 330.
• The West Side refers to the area west of the 215 Freeway.
• North Loma Linda is situated on the west of Mountain View, east of Tippecanoe, south of Santa Ana River and north of the 10 Freeway.
• The Newberry Farms includes the area north of Northpark Boulevard, starting from University Parkway to Electric Avenue, and the area including the north part of 40th Street from Electric Avenue to Harrison Street.
• The Verdemont neighborhood consists of the area west of University Parkway, the northern area of Kendall Avenue extending to the Devore city limits.
• The area known as the Bench or Rialto Bench includes the region between Foothill Boulevard and Base Line Street.
San Bernardino is also divided into several districts, namely:
• The Hospital District which traditional businesses are now located. This area is bordered by the Santa Ana River on the north and the I-10 Freeway on the south.
• The Downtown District includes several shopping establishments and government buildings.
• University District located at the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains has plenty of commercial businesses as well as highly dense residential areas.
• The Cajon Pass located on the south side of the 215 Freeway and the University District is home to several industrial warehouses.
The economy of San Bernardino is supported by its government, retail and service industries. The government serves as the largest and fast rising employment sector in 2004. The city’s location also made the area an important intermodal logistics center. Large warehouses such as Kohl’s, Pep Boys, Stater Bros. and Mattel are located near the San Bernardino Airport.
Riverside is the county seat of Riverside County in California and is named because of its location near the Santa Ana River. Riverside also has a population of more than 300,000 and is known as the origin of California’s citrus industry. This region also ranks 61st among the country’s largest cities and is the 14th largest metropolitan area in the U.S. It is also the biggest among the Inland Empire region.
As compared to the other South California regions, prices of real estate in Riverside are relatively lower, resulting to an increase in residential developments and also contributing to heavy traffic congestion en route for Orange County areas. In the year 200 and onwards, Riverside gained reputation as the most severely polluted and heavily congested region in the country.
Riverside consists of 28 neighborhoods which includes: Airport, Alessandro Heights, Arlanza, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Arlington South, Canyon Crest, Casa Blanca, Downtown, Eastside, Grand, Hawarden Hills, Hunter Industrial Park, La Sierra, La Sierra Acres, La Sierra Hills, La Sierra South, Magnolia Center, Mission Grove, Northside, Orangecrest, Presidential Park, Ramona, Sycamore Canyon Park, Sycamore Canyon or Canyon Springs, University, Victoria, and Wood Streets.
The Riverside City Council has proposed a number of annexations increasing the population and land area over the next couple of years. However, residents oppose this plan believing that this can lead to increased taxes and will lessen the rural feel of the Riverside areas where they reside.
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The information available here serves only as a guide for readers. It is recommended to do research on accreditations of different institutions and topics mentioned here from other related sources such as online reviews and forums. For additional city information and details visit San Bernardino’s’ official website at www.sbcounty.gov or call (800) 782-4264 for the San Bernardino Department of Public Health; and Riverside’s City Government Office at (951) 826-5311. You can also contact them at the following addresses:
San Bernardino Department of Public Health
351 N. Mt. View Avenue, San Bernardino CA 92415-0010
Riverside City Government
3900 Main Street, Riverside CA 92522
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