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September 17, 2020 Update

The County Update publishes twice a week, and also as needed, in order to share important news and resources in our battle against COVID-19 and to keep our economy running. We remain here for you. #SBCountyTogether


For latest Statistics and link to our COVID-19 Community Testing page, scroll to the bottom of today’s Update

In today’s Update:

  • Schools with waivers now eligible for COVID-Compliance Partnership funds
  • Inching closer to Red Tier, but more testing is needed
  • Registrar of Voters looking for poll workers
  • No-cost business webinars

Private Schools Now Eligible for County’s COVID Compliant Partnership Funds

Private elementary schools meeting the State’s requirements to allow in-person instruction may now participate in the County’s successful COVID Compliant Business Partnership program.

Among other benefits, the program gives participants financial assistance while assuring staff, students and their parents that the school is following a series of stringent procedures designed to protect their health and safety. To date, 31 private TK-6th Grade schools in the County have secured waivers allowing them to open for in-person instruction. Several additional schools have submitted applications that are currently being reviewed by County and state public health officials.

“We want to help sustain in-person instruction at schools across the County and are encouraging them to apply for membership in the Partnership,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman.  “Participating schools can now obtain money to help with the acquisition of necessities such as personal protection equipment and disinfection supplies.”

Eligible schools will receive funding based on their respective enrollment levels. Schools with up to 100 students can receive $2,500, those with 101 to 499 students can get $5,000, and schools with 500 or more students are eligible for $7,500.

The more than 4,000 County businesses currently participating in the partnership have collectively received more than $10 million from the County to offset costs related to compliance with COVID-19-related public health protocols.

Applications will be accepted through Friday, October 30, 2020. A list of approved schools, along with everything a school needs to know about re-opening and staying open, can be found on a new County webpage dedicated to the waiver process and the guidelines for operating safely.

To secure a waiver from State mandates forbidding in-person instruction, a school must complete a Waiver Application Cover Form showing that its local health jurisdiction has experienced fewer than 14 daily cases per 100,000 residents over the prior 14 days. San Bernardino County successfully worked with the State to secure consideration for schools located in communities that are meeting the State criteria even if the county as a whole is not.

SB County Getting Closer to Red Tier but More Testing is Critical

San Bernardino County’s COVID-19 case rates and positivity rates have showed improvement over the last few weeks. County officials are very hopeful that if this trend continues that the County will soon qualify to move into the red tier, but we will have to first hope that the Labor Day holiday didn’t negatively impact our numbers, and just as important, we must keep up our testing numbers.

“Testing is absolutely critical to show the state that we are keeping our caseloads and positivity rates down,” said County Public Health Director Corwin Porter. “When we see a spike of cases and related hospitalizations, it almost always comes from a social gathering and from individuals who did not show any symptoms.

To get ahead of any spikes, County residents need to take it upon themselves to get a free, easy and painless test at any of the more than 30 testing sites throughout the County. Bottom line: If you — or someone you live with — has spent any time with people not in your household, please take an hour to get tested! Results are returned in less than 48 hours and it will give you peace of mind.

Walk-ups are now allowed at all County testing sites, although appointments are still strongly encouraged. Visit our COVID-19 Testing Page to see the testing site nearest you and to schedule an appointment.

And remember, to ensure our numbers continue to improve we all have to keep wearing face coverings when in public, practice frequent handwashing, social distance, and avoid gatherings outside your household.

SB County is Looking for a Few Good Poll Workers!

The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters (ROV) is recruiting poll workers for the upcoming 2020 Presidential General Election. Due to the current pandemic, polling places will be open Saturday, Oct. 31 through Tuesday, Nov. 3, and it’s extremely important to have enough poll workers to staff these locations all four days.

Being a poll worker is a great way to be a part of our democracy at work, and assist your neighbors at the polling place. Consider some of the benefits of becoming a poll worker:

  • Serving your community
  • Being a part of the democratic process
  • Earning some extra money

We encourage you to apply and share this information with your friends and family. To learn more, and to complete an application, visit this link to our online poll worker application. If you have any questions, please contact the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters at 909-387-8300 or email the ROV directly at Communications@SBCountyElections.com.

Upcoming Webinars Address Financial Management, Tech Tips, Exporting and More

San Bernardino County in conjunction with other partners both regionally and throughout the state are pleased to bring business owners and interested residents ongoing webinars on a variety of important topics. We aim to do everything we can to help businesses succeed during this difficult time.

No cost business webinars hosted by the Workforce Development Board

San Bernardino County’s Workforce Development Board has partnered with regional business experts to provide employers in San Bernardino County access to free and informative business webinars.

Thursday, September 24, 10 a.m.  “Financial Management During COVID-19 Crisis, Part 2”

To learn more and to register: https://wp.sbcounty.gov/workforce/business-services/workshops/

Technology tips for restaurants

In response to the current COVID-19 restaurant climate, the County of San Bernardino is partnering with the California Restaurant Association to discuss technology and marketing tools, tips and tricks that can improve restaurant innovation and the bottom line. This is a no-cost webinar.

Thursday, September 24, 10 a.m.

Register Now: https://californiarestaurantcaassoc.wliinc23.com/events/Webinar-San-Bernardino-County-Restaurant-and-Food-Service-Technology-Tips-4207/details

Global export industry webinars

These webinars provide information on how to make a business more competitive, expand its customer base, and enter more markets while learning how to save time and money establishing a presence in a new market. Our second webinar will dive even deeper into strategic steps needed to expand an international presence and creating an export strategy.

September 29, 10 a.m. “Preparing Your Organization to Export”

Register Now: https://www.selectsbcounty.com/events/preparing-your-organization-to-export

October 1, 10 a.m. “Expand Your Global Footprint”

Register Now: https://www.selectsbcounty.com/events/expand-your-global-footprint

Sustainable economies

San Bernardino County is a supporting partner for a series of no-cost webinars on Sustainable Economies. Interested parties are invited to join as we create a re-imagined future and the community map needed to get there. These interactive webinars will begin with a panel or a “Ted-style” talk followed by breakouts.

Dr. Angelo Farooq, chairman of the California Workforce & Development Board, will kick-off the first in a series of three sessions held in October.  His presentation on the “Jobs & Climate Action Plan for 2030” will provide insights into a statewide blueprint addressing our most pressing challenges.

Thursday, October 1, 1 p.m.

Thursday, October 15, 1 p.m.

Thursday, October 29, 1 p.m.

Register Now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sustainable-economies-webinar-fall-season-tickets-119559779519

Latest Stats

51,467 Confirmed Cases               (up 0.4% from the previous day)
839 Deaths                                         (up 0.1% from the previous day)
558,907 Tests                                    (up 0.8% from the previous day)

For more statistics from the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, click the desktop or mobile tab on the County’s sbcovid19.com website.

For all COVID-19 related information, including case statistics, FAQs, guidelines and resources, visit the County’s COVID-19 webpage at http://sbcovid19.com/.  Residents of San Bernardino County may also call the COVID-19 helpline at (909) 387-3911 for general information and resources about the virus. The phone line is NOT for medical calls and is available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have questions about social services, please call 211.

Actualización del 17 de septiembre de 2020

La Actualización del Condado será publicado dos veces a la semana, y según sea necesario, con el fin de compartir noticias y recursos importantes en nuestra batalla contra COVID-19 y para mantener nuestra economía funcionando. Permanecemos aquí para usted.  #SBCountyTogether.

Para obtener las estadísticas más recientes y enlace a nuestra página de pruebas de la comunidad COVID-19, desplácese hasta la parte inferior de la actualización de hoy

En la actualización de hoy:

  • Las escuelas con exenciones ahora son elegibles para los fondos de la Asociación Comercial Compatible con COVID
  • Cada vez más cerca del Nivel Rojo, pero se necesitan más pruebas
  • Registrador de Votantes en busca de trabajadores electorales
  • Seminarios web de negocios gratuitos

Las escuelas privadas ahora son elegibles para los fondos de Asociación Compatibles con COVID del Condado

Las escuelas primarias privadas que cumplan con los requisitos del estado para permitir la instrucción en persona ahora pueden participar en el exitoso programa de Asociación Empresarial compatible con COVID del Condado COVID Compliant Business Partnership.

Entre otros beneficios, el programa brinda a los participantes asistencia financiera mientras aseguran al personal, los estudiantes y sus padres que la escuela está siguiendo una serie de procedimientos estrictos diseñados para proteger su salud y seguridad. Hasta la fecha, 31 escuelas privadas de TK-6o Grado en el Condado tienen exenciones garantizadas que les permiten abrir para la instrucción en persona. Varias escuelas adicionales han presentado solicitudes que actualmente están siendo revisadas por funcionarios de salud pública del condado y del estado.

“Queremos ayudar a mantener la instrucción en persona en las escuelas de todo el condado y les estamos animando a solicitar la membresía en la Asociación”, dijo el Presidente de la Junta de supervisores, Curt Hagman. “Las escuelas que participen pueden ahora obtener dinero para ayudar con la adquisición de necesidades tales como equipos de protección personal y suministros de desinfección.”

Las escuelas elegibles recibirán fondos basados en sus respectivos niveles de inscripción. Las escuelas con hasta 100 estudiantes pueden recibir $2,500, aquellos con 101 a 499 estudiantes pueden obtener $5,000, y las escuelas con 500 o más estudiantes son elegibles para $7,500.

Más de 4,000 empresas del Condado que participan actualmente en la asociación han recibido colectivamente más de $10 millones del Condado para compensar los costos relacionados con el cumplimiento de los protocolos de salud pública relacionados con COVID-19.

Las solicitudes se aceptarán hasta el viernes 30 de octubre de 2020. Una lista de escuelas aprobadas, junto con todo lo que una escuela necesita saber acerca de la reapertura y permanecer abierta, se puede encontrar en una nueva página web del Condado dedicada al proceso de exención y las pautas para operar de manera segura a new County webpage dedicated to the waiver process and the guidelines for operating safely.

Para asegurar una exención de los mandatos estatales que prohíben la instrucción en persona, una escuela debe completar un Formulario de Cobertura de Solicitud de Exención Waiver Application Cover Form que muestre que su jurisdicción de salud local ha experimentado menos de 14 casos diarios por cada 100,000 residentes durante los 14 días anteriores. El Condado de San Bernardino trabajó con éxito con el Estado para asegurar la consideración de las escuelas ubicadas en comunidades que están cumpliendo con los criterios estatales, incluso si el condado en su conjunto no lo está.

El condado de San Bernardino se acerca más al nivel rojo, pero más pruebas son críticas

Las tasas de casos y las tasas de positividad del condado de San Bernardino han mostrado mejoría en las últimas semanas. Los funcionarios del condado tienen mucha esperanza en que, si esta tendencia continúa de que el Condado pronto calificará para pasar al nivel rojo, pero primero tendremos que esperar que las vacaciones del Día del Trabajo no impacten negativamente nuestros números, y tan igual de importante, debemos mantener nuestros números de prueba.

“Las pruebas son absolutamente críticas para mostrar al estado que mantenemos bajas nuestras tasas de casos y positividad”, dijo el Director de Salud Pública del Condado, Corwin Porter. “Cuando vemos un aumento de casos y hospitalizaciones relacionadas, casi siempre proviene de una reunión social y de individuos que no mostraron ningún síntoma”.

Para adelantarse a cualquier pico, los residentes del condado necesitan tomar sobre sí mismos para obtener una prueba gratuita, fácil e indolora en cualquiera de los más de 30 sitios de pruebas en todo el condado. La conclusión es que: ¡Si usted — o alguien con quien vive — ha pasado algún tiempo con personas que no están en su hogar, por favor tome una hora para hacerse la prueba! Los resultados se devuelven en menos de 48 horas y te dará tranquilidad.

Ahora se permiten registros el día del evento en todos los sitios de pruebas del condado, aunque las citas todavía se recomiendan encarecidamente. Visite nuestra página de pruebas COVID-19 para ver el sitio de pruebas más cercano . Visit our COVID-19 Testing Page to see the testing site nearest you y programar una cita.

Y recuerde, para asegurar que nuestros números sigan mejorando tenemos que seguir usando cubiertas para la cara cuando en público, practicar el lavado frecuente de manos, distancia social, y evitar reuniones fuera de su hogar.

¡El condado de San Bernardino está buscando a algunos buenos trabajadores electorales!

El Registro Electoral del Condado de San Bernardino está reclutando trabajadores electorales para las próximas elecciones generales presidenciales de 2020. Debido a la pandemia actual, los centros de votación estarán abiertos el sábado 31 de octubre hasta el martes 3 de noviembre, y es extremadamente importante tener suficientes trabajadores electorales para el personal de estos lugares los cuatro días.

Ser un trabajador electoral es una gran manera de ser parte de nuestra democracia en el trabajo, y ayudar a sus vecinos en el lugar de votación. Considere algunos de los beneficios de convertirse en un trabajador electoral:

  • Servir a su comunidad
  • Ser parte del proceso democrático
  • Ganar algo de dinero extra

Le recomendamos que solicite y comparta esta información con sus amigos y familiares. Para obtener más información y completar una solicitud, visite este enlace a nuestra aplicación de trabajadores electorales en línea this link to our online poll worker application. Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con el Registro Electoral del Condado de San Bernardino al 909-387-8300 o envíe un correo electrónico directamente a Communications@SBCountyElections.com.

Los próximos seminarios web abordan la gestión financiera, consejos tecnológicos, exportación y más

El condado de San Bernardino en conjunto con otros socios tanto a nivel regional como en todo el estado se complacen en traer a los propietarios de negocios y residentes interesados seminarios web en curso sobre una variedad de temas importantes. Nuestro objetivo es hacer todo lo posible para ayudar a las empresas a tener éxito durante este momento difícil.

Seminarios web gratuitos para empresas organizados por la Junta de Desarrollo de la Fuerza laboral

La Junta de Desarrollo de la Fuerza Laboral del Condado de San Bernardino se ha asociado con expertos empresariales regionales para proporcionar a los empleadores en el Condado de San Bernardino acceso a seminarios web de negocios gratuitos e informativos.
Jueves 24 de septiembre, 10 a.m, 10 a.m. “Gestión financiera durante la crisis COVID-19, Parte 2”
Para obtener más información y registrarse: https://wp.sbcounty.gov/workforce/business-services/workshops/

Consejos tecnológicos para restaurantes
En respuesta al clima actual de restaurantes COVID-19, el Condado de San Bernardino se está asociando con la Asociación de restaurantes de California para discutir la tecnología y herramientas de mercadotecnia, consejos y trucos que pueden mejorar la innovación de restaurantes y el resultado final. Este es un seminario web gratuito.

Jueves 24 de septiembre, 10 a.m.

Registrarse Ahora: https://californiarestaurantcaassoc.wliinc23.com/events/Webinar-San-Bernardino-County-Restaurant-and-Food-Service-Technology-Tips-4207/details

Seminarios web sobre la industria de las exportaciones globales

Estos seminarios web proporcionan información sobre cómo hacer que un negocio sea más competitivo, ampliar su base de clientes y entrar en más mercados mientras aprenden a ahorrar tiempo y dinero estableciendo una presencia en un nuevo mercado. Nuestro segundo seminario web profundizará aún más en los pasos estratégicos necesarios para ampliar una presencia internacional y crear una estrategia de exportación.

29 de septiembre de 10 a.m. “Preparación de su organización para la exportación”

Registrarse Ahora: https://www.selectsbcounty.com/events/preparing-your-organization-to-export

1 de octubre de 10 a.m. “Amplíe su huella Global”

Registrarse Ahora: https://www.selectsbcounty.com/events/expand-your-global-footprint

Economías sostenibles

El Condado de San Bernardino es un socio de apoyo para una serie de seminarios web sin costo sobre economías sostenibles. Las partes interesadas están invitadas a unirse a medida que creamos un futuro reimaginado y el mapa de la comunidad necesario para llegar allí. Estos seminarios interactivos comenzarán con un panel o una charla de estilo Ted seguida de rupturas.

El Dr. Angelo Farooq, presidente de la Junta de Desarrollo y Fuerza laboral de California, iniciará la primera de una serie de tres sesiones que se celebrarán en octubre. Su presentación sobre el “Plan de Acción sobre Empleo y Clima para 2030” proporcionará información sobre un plan estatal que aborda nuestros desafíos más apremiantes.
Jueves, 1 de octubre, 1 de la tarde
Jueves, 15 de octubre, 1 de la tarde
Jueves, 29 de octubre, 1 de la tarde

Registrarse Ahora: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sustainable-economies-webinar-fall-season-tickets-119559779519

Estadísticas más recientes

51,467 Casos Confirmados           (un 0.4% más del día anterior)
839 Muertes                                      (un 0.1% más del día anterior)
558,907 Pruebas                              (un 0.8% más del día anterior)

Para obtener más estadísticas del Tablero Panel de Vigilancia COVID-19, haga clic en la pestaña de escritorio o móvil en sbcovid19.com sitio web del Condado.

Para toda la información relacionada con COVID-19, incluyendo estadísticas de casos, preguntas frecuentes, pautas y recursos, visite la página web de COVID-19 del Condado en http://sbcovid19.com/.  Los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino también pueden llamar a la línea de ayuda COVID-19 al (909) 387-3911 para obtener información general y recursos sobre el virus. La línea telefónica NO es para llamadas médicas y está disponible de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. Si tiene preguntas sobre servicios sociales, llame al 211.

 

September 15, 2020 Update

The County Update publishes twice a week, and also as needed, in order to share important news and resources in our battle against COVID-19 and to keep our economy running. We remain here for you. #SBCountyTogether

For latest Statistics and link to our COVID-19 Community Testing page, scroll to the bottom of today’s Update

In today’s Update:

  • Department of Public Health helping schools with waivers and safety compliance
  • Registrar of Voters launches voter education campaign
  • County nonprofits take advantage of COVID-Compliant Business Partnership
  • Sheriff update

County Elementary Schools Gaining Approval for In-Person Instruction

Department of Public Health assists with detailed guidelines to help schools open — and stay open

The County Department of Public Health (DPH) reports that 28 elementary schools have thus far been given permission to provide in-person instruction, while another 14 applications are currently under review by DPH and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). To date, only two school applications have been denied.

The list of these schools, along with everything a school needs to know about re-opening and staying open, can be found on a new County webpage dedicated to the waiver process and the guidelines for operating safely.

To secure a waiver from State mandates forbidding in-person instruction, a school must complete a Waiver Application Cover Form showing that its local health jurisdiction has experienced fewer than 14 daily cases per 100,000 residents over the prior 14 days. San Bernardino County successfully worked with the State to secure consideration for schools located in communities that are meeting the State criteria even if the county as a whole is not.

In addition, the application must include a plan detailing a variety of steps the school is taking to protect students and staff from COVID-19 infection. Elements of the plan must conform to the guidance provided by DPH and the CDPH and include such components as:

  • Physical distancing and the establishment of student cohorts
  • Health screenings for students, teachers and staff
  • Education and training
  • Facility cleaning and disinfection
  • Use of face coverings and essential protective gear
  • Healthy hygiene practices
  • Triggers for resuming distance learning; and
  • Communications describing how school officials will communicate with students, teachers, staff and parents about cases and potential exposures

“We are pursuing a delicate balancing act,” said County Public Health Director Corwin Porter. “Our goal is to allow as many schools as possible to offer in-person instruction, while at the same time doing everything possible to prevent further spread of COVID-19. That requires each school to maintain strict procedures for ensuring the safety of students, teachers and staff, as well as having a detailed plan for quickly responding to potential outbreaks. Achieving this balance will require all of us to work together diligently.”

To assist schools in the effort, the County has produced the COVID-19 Response Guidance for K-12 Schools, which offers detailed instructions for schools seeking approval to provide in-person instruction. The Guidance includes step-by-step procedures schools should follow as part of their waiver application process.

“The County is working closely with officials at State Public Health to do everything we can to get young people back into school while also keeping them, their teachers and their family members from getting sick,” said Porter. “While public health is our top priority, we also recognize the benefits of in-class learning and urge everyone to follow the steps needed to achieve both objectives.”

Voter Education Begins to Help Navigate Changes for Upcoming Election

Due to COVID-19 impacts, there are a number of changes that voters will experience in this year’s Presidential Election. To help voters better understand how, when and where to vote, San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters (ROV) has launched a “Your Ballot. Vote Safe. Vote Early.” public education campaign.

This campaign is designed to make it easier for the county’s 1.1 million registered voters to be informed of the changes and participate in the voting process with an emphasis on voting safely and early. The good news is that every voter will still have the opportunity to choose how they want to vote this election – vote-by-mail, ballot drop-off locations, early vote sites, and polling places will all be options.

Key components of the campaign include:

  • Education materials in multiple languages that meet the needs of diverse populations
  • Virtual presentations with civic, political, community, business, and nonprofit groups
  • Social media efforts across multiple platforms
  • Advertising on television cable, radio, print, online and billboards
  • Working with news outlets to get accurate and timely information out to voters

In September, San Bernardino County residents will begin to see advertising efforts across the County. Details on how, when and where to vote this election are posted and updated on the ROV website and will be shared in the Voter Information Guides to be mailed to all registered voters at the end of this month.

To learn more – or to check on your own voter status — all residents are invited to visit ROV online at www.sbcountyelections.com. To schedule a presentation or receive a toolkit of voter education materials, email your request to votesbcounty@westboundcommunications.com.

A few key dates to remember:

Late September – Voter Information Guide mailed to registered voters

October 5 – Vote-by-mail ballots delivered to the U.S. Postal Service to be mailed out to registered voters

October 6 – Ballot drop-off sites open

October 26-30 – Early vote sites open

October 31 to November 3 – Polling places open

November 3 – Election Day

County Nonprofits Taking Advantage of COVID-Compliant Partnership Program

More than 80 nonprofit organizations have joined the over 4,000 other businesses that are taking advantage of the County’s COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program, which offers a variety of benefits — including a $2,500 grant — in exchange for ensuring compliance with State and County public health guidelines.

“San Bernardino County is blessed with an incredibly diverse array of nonprofits that enhance our community in incalculable ways,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman. “We hope their participation in our Partnership, along with the funding they receive, will enable each of them to further their important mission and continue serving those in need during this national health crisis.”

To join the partnership, a nonprofit must have a physical location and employ between one and 100 people. It also needs to demonstrate compliance with relevant public health orders and incorporate safety and social distancing practices in their operations.

“We are grateful for this opportunity,” said Terri Galdo, operations manager for the Upland Chamber of Commerce.  “Like most nonprofits, our operations rely on fundraising, and the pandemic has virtually eliminated that source of revenue. At the same time, we’ve found ourselves busier than ever supporting our local businesses, and we’ve needed to have staff available to answer questions and provide various resources to our members and others. The program has not only helped financially, but also allowed us to establish a safe environment for our people and given us guidance for operating during these difficult times.”

Sheriff Update on Inmates and Employees Testing Positive for COVID-19

As of today, a total of 355 County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. Many of the inmates are only experiencing minor symptoms of the virus. The infected inmates are in isolation, being monitored around the clock, and are being provided with medical treatment. A total of 330 inmates have recovered.

A total of 185 department employees have tested positive for COVID-19; with 174 having recovered from the virus. Other employees are expected to return to work in the next few weeks.

Latest Stats

50,978 Confirmed Cases               (up 0.5% from the previous day)
835 Deaths                                         (up 0.4% from the previous day)
551,650 Tests                                    (up 0.5% from the previous day)

For more statistics from the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, click the desktop or mobile tab on the County’s sbcovid19.com website.

For all COVID-19 related information, including case statistics, FAQs, guidelines and resources, visit the County’s COVID-19 webpage at http://sbcovid19.com/.  Residents of San Bernardino County may also call the COVID-19 helpline at (909) 387-3911 for general information and resources about the virus. The phone line is NOT for medical calls and is available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have questions about social services, please call 211.

 

Actualización del 15 de septiembre de 2020

La Actualización del Condado será publicado dos veces a la semana, y según sea necesario, con el fin de compartir noticias y recursos importantes en nuestra batalla contra COVID-19 y para mantener nuestra economía funcionando. Permanecemos aquí para usted.  #SBCountyTogether.

Para obtener las estadísticas más recientes y enlace a nuestra página de pruebas de la comunidad COVID-19, desplácese hasta la parte inferior de la actualización de hoy

En la actualización de hoy:

  • Departamento de Salud Pública ayudando a las escuelas con exenciones y. cumplimiento de la seguridad
  • Registrador de Votantes lanza campaña de educación electoral
  • Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro del condado aprovechan de la Asociación Comercial Compatible con COVID
  • Actualización del sheriff

Escuelas Primarias del Condado que obtienen la aprobación para la instrucción en persona

El Departamento de Salud Pública ayuda con pautas detalladas para ayudar a las escuelas a abrir y permanecer abiertas

El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado informa que hasta ahora se ha dado permiso a 28 escuelas primarias 28 elementary schools para proporcionar instrucción en persona, mientras que otras 14 solicitudes están actualmente bajo revisión por el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado y el Departamento de Salud Pública de California. Hasta la fecha, solo se han negado dos solicitudes escolares.

La lista de estas escuelas, junto con todo lo que una escuela necesita saber acerca de la reapertura y permanecer abierta, se puede encontrar en una nueva página web del Condado dedicada al proceso de exención y las pautas para operar de manera segura a new County webpage dedicated to the waiver process and the guidelines for operating safely.

Para asegurar una exención de los mandatos estatales que prohíben la instrucción en persona, una escuela debe completar un Formulario de Cobertura de Solicitud de Exención Waiver Application Cover Form que muestre que su jurisdicción de salud local ha experimentado menos de 14 casos diarios por cada 100,000 residentes durante los 14 días anteriores. El Condado de San Bernardino trabajó con éxito con el Estado para asegurar la consideración de las escuelas ubicadas en comunidades que están cumpliendo con los criterios estatales, incluso si el condado en su conjunto no lo está.

Además, la aplicación debe incluir un plan que detalla una variedad de pasos que la escuela está tomando para proteger a los estudiantes y el personal de la infección COVID-19. Los elementos del plan deben ajustarse a las orientaciones proporcionadas por el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado y el Departamento de Salud Pública de California e incluir componentes tales como:

  • Distanciamiento físico y establecimiento de cohortes estudiantiles
  • Exámenes de salud para estudiantes, maestros y personal
  • Educación y formación
  • Limpieza y desinfección de instalaciones
  • Uso de cubiertas de la cara y equipo de protección esencial
  • Prácticas de higiene saludables
  • Disparadores para reanudar el aprendizaje a distancia; y
  • Comunicaciones que describen cómo los funcionarios de la escuela se comunicarán con los estudiantes, maestros, personal y padres sobre casos y exposiciones potenciales

 “Estamos llevando a cabo un delicado acto de equilibrio”, dijo el Director de Salud Pública del Condado, Corwin Porter. “Nuestro objetivo es permitir que el mayor número posible de escuelas ofrezcan instrucción en persona, al mismo tiempo que hacemos todo lo posible para evitar una mayor propagación de COVID-19. Esto requiere que cada escuela mantenga procedimientos estrictos para garantizar la seguridad de los estudiantes, los maestros y el personal, así como tener un plan detallado para responder rápidamente a posibles brotes. Lograr este equilibrio requerirá que todos nosotros trabajemos juntos diligentemente”.

Para ayudar a las escuelas en el esfuerzo, el Condado ha producido la Guía de Respuesta COVID-19 para las Escuelas K-12 COVID-19 Response Guidance for K-12 Schools, que ofrece instrucciones detalladas para las escuelas que buscan aprobación para proporcionar instrucción en persona. La Guía incluye procedimientos paso a paso que las escuelas deben seguir como parte de su proceso de solicitud de exención.

“El Condado está trabajando estrechamente con funcionarios de Salud Pública del Estado para hacer todo lo posible para que los jóvenes vuelvan a la escuela y al mismo tiempo para evitar que se enfermen, sus maestros y sus familiares”, dijo Porter. “Aunque la salud pública es nuestra prioridad principal, también reconocemos los beneficios del aprendizaje en clase e instamos a todos a seguir los pasos necesarios para lograr ambos objetivos”.

La educación de los votantes comienza a ayudar a navegar por los cambios para las próximas elecciones

Debido a los impactos del COVID-19, hay una serie de cambios que los votantes experimentarán en las elecciones presidenciales de este año. Para ayudar a los votantes a entender mejor cómo, cuándo y dónde votar, el Registrador de votantes del Condado de San Bernardino ha lanzado una “Su boleta electoral. Vote a salvo. Vote temprano.” campaña de educación pública.

Esta campaña está diseñada para facilitar que los 1.1 millones de votantes registrados del condado estén informados de los cambios y participen en el proceso de votación con énfasis en la votación segura y temprana. La buena noticia es que cada votante tendrá la oportunidad de elegir cómo quiere votar esta elección – voto por correo, lugares de entrega de papeletas, sitios de votación anticipada y lugares de votación serán opciones.

Los componentes claves de la campaña incluyen:

  • Materiales educativos en múltiples idiomas que satisfacen las necesidades de diversas poblaciones
  • Presentaciones virtuales con grupos cívicos, políticos, comunitarios, empresariales y sin fines de lucro
  • Esfuerzos en redes sociales a través de múltiples plataformas
  • Haciendo publicidad por televisión, radio, letra, en línea y vallas publicitarias
  • Trabajar con los medios de noticias para obtener información precisa y oportuna información a los votantes

En septiembre, los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino comenzarán a ver los esfuerzos publicitarios en todo el Condado. Los detalles sobre cómo, cuándo y dónde votar esta elección se publican y actualizan en el sitio web del Registrador de votantes y se compartirán en las Guías de Información al Votante para ser enviados por correo a todos los votantes registrados a finales de este mes.

Para obtener más información, o para verificar su propio estado de elector, se invita a todos los residentes a visitar Registrador de Votantes en línea en www.sbcountyelections.com. Para programar una presentación o recibir un kit de herramientas de materiales de educación para el votante, envíe su solicitud por correo electrónico a votesbcounty@westboundcommunications.com.

Algunas fechas claves para recordar:

  • A finales de septiembre – Guía de información para votantes enviados a los votantes registrados
  • 5 de octubre – las papeletas de voto por correo entregadas al Servicio Postal de los EE.UU. Se enviarán
    a los votantes registrados
  • 6 de octubre – los sitios de devolución de papeletas están abiertos
  • 26-30 de octubre – los sitios de votación anticipada están abiertos
  • 31 de octubre a. 3 de noviembre – los lugares de votación están abiertos
  • 3 de noviembre – día de las elecciones

Organizaciones sin fines de lucro del condado aprovechando el Programa de Asociación Compatible con COVID

Más de 80 organizaciones sin fines de lucro se han unido a más de 4,000 otras empresas que están aprovechando el Programa de Asociación Empresarial compatible con COVID del Condado COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program, que ofrece una variedad de beneficios, incluyendo una subvención de $2,500, a cambio de asegurar el cumplimiento de las pautas de salud pública estatales y del condado.

“El Condado de San Bernardino está bendecido con una variedad increíblemente diversa de organizaciones sin fines de lucro que mejoran nuestra comunidad de maneras incalculables”, dijo el Presidente de la Junta de supervisores, Curt Hagman. “Esperamos que su participación en nuestra Asociación, junto con la financiación que reciben, les permita a cada uno de ellos continuar su misión importante y seguir sirviendo a los necesitados durante esta crisis nacional de salud”.

Para afiliarse a la asociación, una organización sin fines de lucro debe tener una ubicación física y emplear entre una y 100 personas. También debe demostrar el cumplimiento de las órdenes de salud pública pertinentes e incorporar prácticas de seguridad y distanciamiento social en sus operaciones.

“Estamos agradecidos por esta oportunidad”, dijo Terri Galdo, gerente de operaciones de la Cámara de Comercio de Upland Upland Chamber of Commerce. “Al igual que la mayoría de las organizaciones sin fines de lucro, nuestras operaciones dependen de la recaudación de fondos, y la pandemia prácticamente ha eliminado esa fuente de ingresos. Al mismo tiempo, nos hemos encontrado más ocupados que nunca apoyando a nuestras empresas locales, y hemos necesitado tener personal disponible para responder preguntas y proporcionar diversos recursos a nuestros miembros y otros. El programa no sólo ha ayudado financieramente, sino también nos permitió establecer un ambiente seguro para nuestra gente y nos dio orientación para operar durante estos tiempos difíciles”.

Actualización del Sheriff sobre los presos y empleados que prueban positivo para COVID-19
A partir de hoy, un total de 355 presos de la cárcel del condado han dado positivo por COVID-19. Muchos de los presos sólo están experimentando síntomas menores del virus. Los presos infectados están aislados, siendo monitoreados durante todo el día, y están recibiendo tratamiento médico. Un total de 330 presos se han recuperado.

Un total de 185 empleados del departamento han dado positivo en COVID-19; con 174 que se han recuperado del virus. Se espera que otros empleados vuelvan al trabajo en las próximas semanas.

Estadísticas más recientes

50,978 Casos Confirmados           (un 0.5% más del día anterior)
835 Muertes                                      (un 0.4% más del día anterior)
551,650 Probados                           (un 0.5% más del día anterior)

Para obtener más estadísticas del Tablero Panel de Vigilancia COVID-19, haga clic en la pestaña de escritorio o móvil en sbcovid19.com sitio web del Condado.

Para toda la información relacionada con COVID-19, incluyendo estadísticas de casos, preguntas frecuentes, pautas y recursos, visite la página web de COVID-19 del Condado en http://sbcovid19.com/.  Los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino también pueden llamar a la línea de ayuda COVID-19 al (909) 387-3911 para obtener información general y recursos sobre el virus. La línea telefónica NO es para llamadas médicas y está disponible de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. Si tiene preguntas sobre servicios sociales, llame al 211.

Early voting expands for the 2020 Presidential Primary Election

The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters will open five additional early voting sites throughout the county next week, making it easier for voters to cast their ballots in the March 3 Presidential Primary Election.

The Registrar of Voters has been accepting votes since Feb. 3 by mail and from voters who come into the Registrar’s office. As of Thursday, 73,162 ballots had been cast.

Doors will open Tuesday morning at early voting sites in Apple Valley, Joshua Tree, Lake Arrowhead, Ontario, and Victorville.

The locations and operating hours of each early voting site are:

 

Location Hours
San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters

777 E. Rialto Ave.

San Bernardino

Monday, Feb. 3 – Tuesday, March 3
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 29, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Town of Apple Valley Recreation Center

14955 Dale Evans Parkway

Apple Valley

Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, March 2, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Joshua Tree Community Center

6171 Sunburst Street

Joshua Tree

Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, March 2, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Lake Arrowhead Fire Station #91

301 S. State Highway 173

Lake Arrowhead

Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, March 2, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Ontario Conference Center

1947 Convention Center Way

Ontario

Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, March 2, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Victorville City Hall

14343 Civic Drive

Victorville

Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, March 2, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Eligible citizens who missed the voter registration deadline on Feb. 18 still have an opportunity to exercise their right to vote through the conditional voter registration process.

To qualify, individuals must complete and submit a voter registration application in person at the Registrar of Voters Office or an Early Vote site on or before Election Day, or at a polling place on Election Day. The voter will then be given a provisional ballot to cast. It is recommended that individuals complete the conditional voter registration process before Election Day.

For more information about this election or early voting sites, visit the Registrar of Voters website, SBCountyElections.com or call (909) 387-8300.

Early voting opens for the 2020 Presidential Primary Election

Voting in the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election begins Monday at the County of San Bernardino Registrar of Voters office for any of the county’s one million registered voters.

Voters do not have to wait for Election Day, or even wait to receive a ballot in the mail, to vote. Starting at 8 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 3, voters can obtain and cast a ballot at the Registrar of Voters office, 777 E. Rialto Avenue in San Bernardino. Early voting hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 29, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Voters may also cast their ballots at the Registrar of Voters office on Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Five additional early voting sites will open in Apple Valley, Joshua Tree, Lake Arrowhead, Ontario, and Victorville beginning Tuesday, Feb 25.

Also on Monday, Feb. 3, mail ballots for voters on the permanent mail ballot list will be delivered to the U.S. Postal Service. Deliveries will continue as additional mail ballot requests are received up until Tuesday, Feb. 25.

To assist San Bernardino County voters, County Voter Information Guides began mailing on Thursday, Jan. 23, and will continue to be mailed to all voters registered as of Feb 18. The guides include a sample ballot, candidate statements, local measure information, and voting instructions.

Voters can also access the guide by visiting the Registrar of Voters website, www.SBCountyElections.com, and clicking on the Elections menu tab.

The County’s purchase of a new voting system has caused one small change to the voting instructions; voters will fill in an oval to the left of the name of the candidate of their choice. In prior elections with the old voting system, votes were cast by drawing a line between two ends of an arrow located to the right of the candidate’s name.

For voters who prefer to cast a ballot in person on Election Day, the polling place check-in process will be more efficient. Poll workers will find voter names using the new Poll Pads, instead of searching through a paper roster.

Voters can find their assigned polling place on the back cover of their Voter Information Guide, by using the My Elections Gateway application on the Registrar of Voters website, or by calling (909) 387-8300.

San Bernardino County has reached one million registered voters

About 1,200 county residents registered to vote last week, pushing the total number of registered voters in San Bernardino County past the one million mark for the first time ever.

More than 75 percent of eligible county residents are now registered to vote.

The Registrar of Voters processed the registration records submitted last week and determined which were new voters and which were updates to existing voter records. The Registrar of
Voters confirmed today that the one million registered voters’ milestone was achieved on Wednesday, September 25, 2019.

“It’s great to see this level of interest in voting in our county. Voter participation increases our community’s influence on regional, state and federal issues,” said Board of Supervisors
Chairman Curt Hagman.

As the County celebrates this milestone, we encourage voters to share their thoughts on social media about why it is important to register.

The registrar may share or retweet non-partisan posts that tag the Registrar of Voters and use #VoteReady and #SBCountyCounts in an effort to reach more than 330,000 potential voters in
San Bernardino County still not registered to vote.

Eligible citizens may register or re-register online at SBCountyElections.com. Voter registration applications are also available at the Registrar of Voters office in San Bernardino and throughout the county at post offices, city clerks’ offices, county libraries, and the Department of Motor Vehicles. A map of these locations is available on the Registrar of Voters website.

Likewise, 16 and 17 year olds may now pre-register to vote if they meet all other eligibility requirements. On their 18th birthday, they will be automatically registered to vote so they will not
miss an election.

Finally, the Registrar of Voters encourages voters and potential voters to be #VoteReady for the upcoming Presidential Primary Election on March 3, 2020.

Voters can verify their registration status by visiting SBCountyElections.com and logging into the My Elections Gateway application. Any voter who wants to update their name, address, or party
affiliation will need to re-register to be #VoteReady.

For more information about registering, re-registering or pre-registering to vote, visit the Registrar of Voters website at SBCountyElections.com, or call (909) 387-8300.

Candidate filing begins for 2019 Consolidated Mail Ballot Election

Citizens living in or near Apple Valley, Baker, and Twentynine Palms who are interested in running for the governing board of one of three local special districts may pick up candidacy documents starting on Monday, May 6.

Candidate filing for the Aug. 27, 2019 Consolidated Mail Ballot Election continues through 5 p.m. Friday, May 31.

The following special districts have offices up for election:

– Baker Community Services District

– Two Members of the Board of Directors for 4-year terms

– Mariana Ranchos County Water District

– Two Members of the Board of Directors for 4-year terms

– Twentynine Palms Water District

– Two Members of the Board of Directors for 4-year terms

Citizens who are interested in running for special district offices may obtain the appropriate documents at the district office, during regular business hours, or at the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters, 777 E. Rialto Avenue in San Bernardino from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

At the time a person picks up candidate documents for one of the special district offices, he or she must be a registered voter residing in the special district.  Interested citizens may confirm whether they live within a district and are registered to vote by using the Registrar of Voters’ My Elections Gateway application at https://www.sbcountyelections.com/VoterRegistration/MyElectionGatewayInfo.aspx.

Completed candidate filing documents must be filed at the Registrar of Voters by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 31.

For more information on this election, please visit the Registrar of Voters’ website at www.SBCountyElections.com or call (909) 387-8300.

Mail ballot application deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 30

The deadline is Tuesday for San Bernardino County voters to sign up to receive a mail ballot in the November 6, 2018 Statewide General Election.

Voters may submit an online application at SBCountyElections.com, fill out the Mail Ballot Application found on the back cover of their Voter Information Guide, or call the Registrar of Voters at (800) 881-VOTE (8683) or (909) 387-8300.

Voted mail ballots may be returned:

  • By mail so long as it’s postmarked on or before Election Day, Nov. 6, and received no later than three business days after the election,
  • To any mail ballot drop-off location,
  • To any polling place on Election Day, or
  • To any early vote site.

To find a mail ballot drop-off location, voters can use the Mail Ballot Drop-Off Map located on the office’s website at SBCountyElections.com.

  • Voters can find their assigned polling place:On the back cover of their Voter Information Guide.
  • By using My Elections Gateway or the Polling Place look-up tool located on the office’s website at SBCountyElections.com.
  • By calling the offices at (800) 881-VOTE (8683) or (909) 387-8300.

Today, Oct. 22, is the deadline to register to vote

Today, Oct. 22, is the deadline for citizens to register to vote for the 2018 Statewide General Election. Voters who are already registered should re-register to vote if they have changed their signature, name, address, or party affiliation.

Voters can check their registration status by visiting SBCountyElections.com and logging into the My Elections (M.E.) Gateway application. Registered voters can also use M.E. Gateway to find their polling place, voting districts, and other personalized election information.

Citizens may register to vote online at SBCountyElections.com. Voter registration applications are also available at the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters and throughout San Bernardino County at post offices, city clerks’ offices, county libraries, and the Department of Motor Vehicles. A map of these locations is available on the Registrar of Voters website.

Citizens who miss the Oct. 22 voter registration deadline still have an opportunity to register and vote in this election. A new California law allows for this conditional voter registration option beginning Oct. 23 through Election Day.

A conditional voter registration application must be submitted in person on or before Election Day at the Registrar of Voters or at one of the five other early vote sites. After completing a voter registration application, the voter will be provided with a provisional ballot to vote at that location. Visit SBCountyElections.com to view a complete list of these locations, addresses, and hours.

For more information about this election, including the locations and hours of the additional early voting sites that open on Oct. 30, visit the Elections Office website, SBCountyElections.com, or call (909) 387-8300.

Early voting opens for the Statewide General Election

Voting in the November 6, 2018 Statewide General Election began Tuesday at the County of San Bernardino Registrar of Voters office.

Early voting hours at the Registrar of Voters office, 777 E. Rialto Avenue in San Bernardino, are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Voters may also cast their ballots at the Registrar of Voters office on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Five additional early voting sites will open in Apple Valley, Lake Arrowhead, Montclair, Victorville, and Yucca Valley beginning Tuesday, Oct. 30.

To assist San Bernardino County voters, County Voter Information Guides were delivered to the U.S. Postal Service beginning on Oct. 3 and continue through this week.

Inside the Voter Information Guide, voters will find a sample ballot, as well as information about candidates, local measures, and how elections are conducted in California. On the back cover of the guide, voters will find the address of their assigned polling place. Voters are encouraged to hold on to their guide until Election Day so that they can easily find their polling place.

Voters may also access personalized election information, including their Voter Information Guide and their assigned polling place, using the My Elections Gateway application by visiting the Elections Office website, www.SBCountyElections.com.

Mail ballots for voters on the permanent mail ballot list were delivered to the U.S. Postal Service on Wednesday. Deliveries will continue as additional mail ballot requests are received.

For more information about this election, including the locations and hours of the additional early voting sites that open on Oct. 30, visit the Elections Office website, www.SBCountyElections.com, or call (909) 387-8300.

Candidate filing deadline extended for some elections

The candidate filing deadline extends to Wednesday, August 15 at 5 p.m. for the following offices:

School Districts 

– Adelanto School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

– Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

– Kern Community College District Governing Board Member, Area 2, 4-Year Term

– Lucerne Valley Unified School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

– Mt. Baldy Joint School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

– Needles Unified School District Governing Board Member, Area 2, 4-Year Term

– Needles Unified School District Governing Board Member, Area 3, 2-Year Term

– Palo Verde Community College District Governing Board Member, Area 2, 4-Year Term

– Rim of the World Unified School District Governing Board Member, Area 2, 4-Year Term

– Rim of the World Unified School District Governing Board Member, Area 3, 2-Year Term

– San Bernardino Community College District Governing Board Member, Area 6, 4-Year Term

– Trona Joint Unified School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

– Upland Unified School District Governing Board Member, 4-Year Term

Special Districts

– Apple Valley Foothill County Water District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Apple Valley Foothill County Water District Board of Directors, 2-Year Term

– Barstow Heights Community Services District Board of Directors, 2-Year Term

– Bighorn-Desert View Water Agency Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Daggett Community Services District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Hi-Desert Memorial Healthcare District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Juniper-Riviera County Water District Board of Directors, 2-Year Term

– Mojave Water Agency Board of Directors, Division 6, 4-Year Term

– Morongo Valley Community Services District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Phelan-Pinon Hills Community Services District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Rand Communities Water District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Rand Communities Water District Board of Directors, 2-Year Term

– Rim of the World Recreation and Park District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Rubidoux Community Services District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– San Bernardino Mountains Community Hospital District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District Board of Directors, Division 4, 4-Year Term

– San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District Board of Directors, Division 5, 4-Year Term

– Thunderbird County Water District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

– Yucca Valley Airport District Board of Directors, 4-Year Term

Citizens interested in running for one these offices may obtain and file the appropriate documents at the Registrar of Voters, 777 E. Rialto Ave., San Bernardino. The Registrar of Voters is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The incumbents for the offices above did not file candidacy documents by the original filing deadline on Aug. 10. California law allows for a five-day extension for new candidates only. Incumbents cannot file during the candidate filing extension period.

The list of offices above may be updated on Monday, August 13 when additional shared county information becomes available. For an updated list, visit SBCountyElections.com.

For information about city offices, potential candidates should contact their local City Clerk.

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