The Board of Supervisors adopted the 2021-22 County budget on Tuesday, June 8, which invests in San Bernardino County’s communities, residents and businesses to help them recover from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year, the $7.6 billion budget recognizes the relative stability of county revenues and plans to keep significant resources available to address any possible future economic challenges. The board has maintained its long-standing fiscally prudent approach by setting aside an additional $41 million toward its General Purpose Reserve and is projecting to end 2021-22 with a $19 million General Fund operating surplus.

“We are being…

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