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San Bernardino County Agriculture/Weights & Measures is part of the inter-governmental program “Don’t Pack a Pest” that is working to safeguard food and agriculture in the United States.


As we ramp up holiday traveling this season, a quick reminder to travelers entering the United States from other countries (or crossing states) that you must declare all agricultural products. Invasive pests and diseases could be lurking on any agricultural product in your suitcase, in your vehicle – on an orange, a holiday wreath — even in the soil on your flip flops or in the firewood for the campfire (don't move firewood).

Visit for more information, online forms and what can be brought over our borders. The website also has good information related to carrying and shipping materials subject to quarantine regulations.

AWM 2022 Pesticide Forms

2022 Pesticide Company Registration forms are now available!


AWM Crop Report Questionnaire Graphic (320 x 200 px)


We are currently compiling statistics that will determine the total value of agricultural commodities in San Bernardino County for 2021. In 2020, the total value of agricultural commodities in San Bernardino County was $420,251,000. This was determined by information obtained from growers within the county. 

The information that you provide is essential to the completion of the annual Crop Report. The Crop Report helps guide policymakers regarding agriculture and provides researchers with reliable and statistical information  regarding the volume and variety of agricultural commodities located within the county.

Take a moment to fill out the below questionnaire in a selected language:





The Agriculture/Weights & Measures Department conducts regulatory programs and provides related services to protect the agriculture industry, businesses and consumers in the County through the fair and equitable application and enforcement of  laws and regulations. The programs are designed to protect and promote the health and welfare of the general public.

Our goal is to provide prompt, responsive services to all of the residents and businesses of the County.

The Department’s staff performs a variety of services and we are always happy to be of assistance.

For your convenience, we can be contacted by e-mail at or call us at 909.387.2105.