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  • Help find their forever home

    Help find their forever home

    The San Bernardino County Department of Animal Care & Control recently received 90 animals that were surrendered and are now all available for adoption. Help find homes for these animals, for adoption information click here or call 1-800-472-5609.

  • Suicide Prevention Week

    Suicide Prevention Week

    Know the signs, September 7-13 is Suicide Prevention Week. Pain isn't always obvious, take time to learn what to do now so you're there for a loved one or friend when it matters most. Visit www.suicideispreventable.org

  • Loma Linda University Health

    Loma Linda University Health's new San Bernardino Campus

    August 13, 2014 — Supervisor Gonzales recently went on the air with KVCR to discuss the Loma Linda University Health's new San Bernardino Campus. The $60 million new career college and medical facility will serve up to 250,000 patients each year. The 7.25 acre site is located between the I-215 Freeway and San Manuel Stadium, and is due to begin construction late 2014 or early next year. Visit lomalindahealth.org  

  • Mid Valley Landfill in Rialto

    Mid Valley Landfill in Rialto

    August 18, 2014 — Supervisor Gonzales, accompanied by Department of Public Works staff, visited the Mid Valley Landfill in Rialto. The landfill has recently switched hands to Athens Services who have maintained a well organized, clean, and efficient facility. 

  • National Night Out events sweep 5th District

    National Night Out events sweep 5th District

    August 5, 2014 — National Night Out events hit the parks and streets of cities throughout the 5th District earlier this week. The community event is meant to raise awareness between residents and their police departments and various public safety agencies. Pictured here, Supervisor Gonzales at Rialto's event with Mayor Deborah Robertson, Police Chief Farrar, and Fire Chief Fratus. 

  • Josie takes on Capitol Hill

    Josie takes on Capitol Hill

    July 31, 2014 — Josie traveled to Washington, D.C. with Supervisor James Ramos this week to advocate for homeless residents within the County of San Bernardino. A number of legislative meetings were held where Supervisor Gonzales pressed for the region's need for federal support in fighting to end homelessness. 

  • Bloomington Residents Meet at Town Hall

    Bloomington Residents Meet at Town Hall

    July 11, 2014 — Bloomington residents, County representatives, and Supervisor Gonzales gathered at Mary Lewis Elementary School on Thursday to discuss upcoming developments and proposals coming through the Valley Corridor Project. Visit www.valleycorridor.com and www.affordablebloomington.com for details. Click here to view the whole photo album. 

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