San Bernardino County Main Site
NORMAL BUSINESS GUIDELINES
In an effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, we require visitors to practice social distancing and wear a face covering while in our lobby and at our walk-up service counter.
NOTE: We are still accepting forms via fax, phone and by email.
FOOD & AGRICULTURE WORKERS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
Workers in the food and agricultural industries can visit the vaccination section of the County’s COVID-19 website to see about scheduling an appointment. Eligible persons should also remember that County-run vaccination sites are not the only places to receive a vaccine, so they should check with pharmacies, state-run sites and their own doctor about vaccines.
- VACCINATION APPOINTMENT GUIDELINES
Those eligible to secure an appointment are reminded to follow a few simple guidelines to help ensure the process continues to run efficiently:
Do not show up without an appointment
There is no need to arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your appointment
Be ready to show photo ID and proof of employment in the food and agriculture industries (such as a paycheck stub)
Work with on-site staff to get your vaccination card and to schedule a second-dose appointment
Plan to spend at least an hour at your appointment
A PARTIAL LIST OF ELIGIBLE WORKERS INCLUDE:
- Farmers, farm and ranch workers, and agribusiness support services
- Workers supporting the growth and distribution of plants and associated products for home gardens
- Animal agriculture workers to include those employed in veterinary health, and those raising and processing animals for food
- Those engaged in transportation supporting animal agricultural industries
- Employees of companies engaged in the production, storage, transport, and distribution of chemicals, medicines (including cannabis), vaccines, and other substances used by the food and agriculture industry
- For considerably more detailed information on food and agriculture workers now eligible to receive a vaccination, please visit the State’s COVID-19 website
2020 CROP REPORT AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY STATISTICS QUESTIONNAIRE
We are currently compiling statistics that will determine the total value of agricultural commodities in San Bernardino County for 2020. In 2019, the total value of agricultural commodities in San Bernardino County was $384,223,000. This was determined by information obtained from growers within the county. Please take a moment to fill out the Crop Report Questionnaire.
DOWNLOAD QUESTIONNAIRE (PDF)
2021 Pesticide Company Registration forms are now available!
Click the Environmental Protection Division tab above.
HELP US SAVE OUR CITRUS !
Fill out and send us this form to help prevent the Asian Citrus Psyllid and Huanglongbing Disease from killing our Citrus!
Abandoned - Neglected Citrus Reporting Form
For more information on the psyllid and disease, and recommended treatments, please visit these sites:
Treatment Information - Growers
Treatment Information - Residential
Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program
Insect, Disease, Quarantine and More
University of California Website for Asian Citrus Psyllid Management
ACP/HLB information from UC Riverside