Other notable parks include the Glen Helen Regional Park, operated by San Bernardino County, located in the northernmost part of the city. The McDonald's Museum, which is located at the original location of the world's first McDonald's and owned by the American Sports University, has recently been reopened. Other San Diego County attractions, such as the San Jose State University Performing Arts Center, offer a variety of events, including tours of Broadway theater productions by local artists, as well as concerts, festivals and other events for children and adults. Other San Riverside attractions include the ASU Fox Theatre and the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, both located downtown.
San Bernardino Valley College is a CCCAA member and is the only school to offer college-level football in San Bernardino. The sports field is home to the University of Southern California women's basketball teams and the baseball and softball teams of the city's two high schools, San Diego State University and Cal State Fullerton. In the years before, there were a number of high school football teams and college football teams in various sports, including the California High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) and the California Collegiate Athletics Conference (CCAA).
SBVC is a four-year community college in San Bernardino County and a member of the California State University System. SBVC, a comprehensive community college offering more than 1,000 bachelor and master's degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), is home to the University of Southern California and Cal State Fullerton, as well as a number of high schools and colleges.
Located in the heart of the Southern California heartland, the city offers a comprehensive, people-centric public education system, a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, and a variety of business opportunities. The service is operated every 90 minutes by Amtrak's Southwest Chief, which operates between Los Angeles and Chicago and has a daily one-way train that stops at San Bernardino Station. Passengers can also take a bus, train or taxi through the city centre.
To further improve commuter connectivity, a new light rail program is underway to expand the San Bernardino to Redlands, California connection. Trains start at the San Bernardino Transit Center and stop at Tippecanoe Avenue before heading to Redland.
Under California law, San Bernardino has formed a legally separate entity known as the Joint Authority. The facility itself is under the jurisdiction of the City of Redlands and the California Department of Transportation (CDOT).
The elected mayor and the City Council appoint a full-time professional city manager according to a governance plan common in most California cities. The post of city marshal has been with us since 1905 and was created in the Charter of 1905. Recent police efforts include the creation of the San Bernardino Police Department and the City of Redlands Fire Department. We work with federal, state and regional government organizations to ensure we receive our fair share of resources.
The mayor, city council and city employees are following established systems and practices to address policy, planning and program implementation to create a comprehensive plan to rebuild the city of San Bernardino. Every workplace in the city of San Bernardino is committed to creating, maintaining and growing economic values for our community.
California State University, San Bernardino, is a world-leading university with more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The city is located in the heart of California's Central Valley, home to some of the best universities, colleges and hospitals in the country.
San Bernardino is home to the San Bernardino Angels of the California League, who play Major League Baseball's Pacific Coast League in the Southern League. The city has hosted the Los Angeles Angels - A's, in their current form since 2011, and the Angels' American League affiliate in San Diego, the Riverside Angels.
Coussoulis Arena in the university district is home to the San Bernardino Bears, the city's professional baseball team. The passes are the largest amphitheater in the United States with a capacity of more than 1,500,000 fans per game.
San Bernardino is home to the historic Arrowhead Springs Hotel & Spa, located in the Arrowheads Springs neighborhood and includes the Arrowhead geological monument that overlooks the San Bernardino Valley. It is one of the anchor cities of the Inland Empire, stretching over more than 3,500 square miles and is the second largest city in California with a population of over 1.5 million people. The area was named after its current name by Franciscan missionary Father Dumetz on this day in 1810. Located at the intersection of Interstate 10, Interstate 15 and Interstate 5, the city is known for its rich history and cultural heritage.
The Heritage House also houses exhibits associated with the city of San Bernardino, such as the California State Museum and the National Museum of the United States of America. The Mexican government has a consulate and a museum in the city of Los Angeles, the Mexican Consulate General.