Located next to the San Bernardino National Forest, the city is home to an International Airport and a campus of the California State University. San Bernardino Valley College and National University are also here. You can get to Los Angeles from an apartment in San Bernardino in about an hour. Riverside and Rancho Cucamonga are two of the larger neighboring cities. Metrolink provides regional rail service throughout the area while Omnitrans and MARTA offer bus service to many locations.
A few of the larger employers in the area include Stater Bros. Markets, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and the Community Hospital of San Bernardino.
Once you are settled into a new San Bernardino apartment, the city has many cultural and historical attractions such as the California Theatre on West 4th Street which has been providing entertainment since 1928. You can also find a Route 66 museum located on the historic site of the original McDonald's restaurant. Santa Ana River Trail offers a scenic bike ride through the San Bernardino Mountains. The downtown area hosts several festivals throughout the year including the Route 66 Rendezvous, perfect for those interested in classic cars.
Lots of San Bernardino apartments can be found near the Higland Plaza Shopping Center with access to Route 210. There are also many communities within a few blocks of the medical center, along E. Baseline Rd and throughout the city.
A post office in San Bernardino is located at 455 Orange Show Lane. The phone number is 909-888-9154.
Average Rent in San Bernardino, CA
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