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2021 County Property Assessment Roll Surpasses Quarter of a Trillion in Value

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San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk Bob Dutton signed the 2021 Annual Property Assessment Roll that surpasses, for the first time in the county’s history, a quarter of a trillion dollars in assessed value.

The 2021 San Bernardino County Assessment Roll contains 888,830 parcels valued at $264,037,870,464, which is a 6.5% net increase as compared to the 2020 Assessment Roll.

Highlights from the San Bernardino County 2021 Assessment Roll:

  • San Bernardino County set a record high of over $264 billion in assessed value.
  • The Assessor qualified 238,674 homeowners for over $16 million in property tax savings from the Homeowners’ Exemption.
  • 4,255 San Bernardino County disabled veterans qualified for the Disabled Veterans’ Exemption and received over $5.9 million in property tax savings.
  • 4,292 welfare institutions (schools, churches, museums, and non-profits) received over $86 million in property tax savings.
  • City of Ontario has the highest assessed value at $32 billion, followed by the cities of Rancho Cucamonga ($30 billion), and Fontana ($23 billion).
  • City of Colton, valued at $4.4 billion, had the largest assessment value increase, adding $481 million from 2020, a 12.1% increase.
  • City of Needles had the largest assessment value increase in the First District, with an assessed value of $436 million, adding 37 million from 2020, at a 9.5% increase.
  • Incorporated cities as a total are valued at $224 billion, a 6.6% increase.
  • Unincorporated areas are valued at $39 billion, a 5.9% increase.

Assessed valuations should not be used as forecasts or be deemed as predictions of future property valuations. Annual assessment rolls are snapshots in time as of the previous lien date. Individuals wishing to see their personal assessed values may visit the Assessor’s website at: The public can also call the Assessor’s toll-free number at 1-877-885-7654.