You will have to wait a little longer to get many direct services from San Bernardino County, because of the current wave Coronavirus continue.
On January 14, the county announced that Many county services will be limited through January. On January 28, the last day of the suspension of in-person services, the county extended closures and other limited services through Friday, February 4.
The county announced that many departments will only provide services online or by phone. In some cases, face-to-face appointments are still available for those who cannot be served remotely.
Affected parts include:
- Elderly and Adult Services
- Agriculture / Weights & Measurements
- Child support service
- Secretary of the Supervisory Board
- Community and housing development
- District Fire Prevention and Fighting Police
- Human Resources
- Inland counties emergency medical agency (ICEMA)
- Land Use Services (Planning, Construction and Safety, and Code Enforcement)
- Public Works – Have an appointment
- Risk management
- Support forwarding
- Veterans Affairs
- Workforce development
County museums and historic sites are completely closed during this time, as are county branch libraries, although curbside pickup is available at libraries.
For more information on how to contact each department, by phone or online, visit sbcounty.gov.
https://www.sbsun.com/2022/01/28/san-bernardino-county-in-person-services-cut-by-omicron-surge-stay-on-hold/ San Bernardino County in-person services, cut due to omicron rise, remain paused – San Bernardino Sun