Update: April 30, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

SUPERIOR COURT

COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO

247 West Third Street, Eleventh Floor San Bernardino, CA 92415-0302

  • IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
  • FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO
  • FIFTH AMENDMENT TO

RELIEF AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO

  • GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 68115,
  • STATEWIDE ORDERS DATED MARCH 23, 2020, MARCH 30, 2020 AND APRIL
  • 29, 2020 BY CHAIR OF JUDICIAL COUNCIL, AND EMERGENCY RULES
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AND/OR AMENDED EMERGENCY

  • RULES OF THE CALIFORNIA RULES OF COURT ADOPTED BY THE JUDICIAL
  • COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA ON APRIL 6, 17, AND 19, 2020

 

GENERAL ORDER OF THE PRESIDING JUDGE

 

  • Due to Governor Gavin Newsom proclaiming a State of Emergency in California
  • as a result of COVID-19; Govemor Newsom issuing a statewide shelter in place orde
  • with limited exceptions for essential services; state Public Health Officers announcing
  • that gatherings should be postponed or canceled across the State until at .least the end
  • of May 2020; Governor Newsom declaring that persons gathered in connection with
  • essential services must implement social distancing of 6 feet per person; the County o

  San Bernardino Public Health Department declaring a local health emergency and

issuing an order consistent with the guidelines of Governor Newsom and the State Public Health Officers; President Donald Trump declaring a national emergency and

  • issuing directives targeted at reducing social contact to reduce the spread of COVID-19;
  • in accordance with the March 17, 2020 emergency order of Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil
  • Sakauye (Chief Justice), Chair of the Judicial Council of California, under the authorit
  • granted pursuant to Government Code Section 68115, and issued in response to th

March 16, 2020 request for an emergency order made by the Superior Court of San

Bernardino County, and subsequent requests for extensions of the emergency order a made on March 23, 2020 and April 28, 2020 and granted by order of the Chief Justic

  • on April 1, 2020 and April 29, 2020, respectively; Governor Newsom, on March 27,
  • 2020,   issuing   Executive Order_ N-38-20, which among other things, suspended
  • Government Code section 68115 and any other provision of law to the extent that thos
  • laws impose or imply a limitation on the Chief Justice’s authority to authorize via
  • emergency order or statewide rule, any court to take any action deemed necessary t
  • maintain the safe and orderly operation of the courts; pursuant to the Statewide Orders
  • executed by the Chief Justice on March 23, 2020, March 30, 2020, and April 29, 2020;
  • pursuant to the amendments to the California Rules of Court adopted by the Judicial
  • Council of California on April 6, 17, and 19, 2020; and under the authority granted

pursuant to Government Code Section 68115 to protect the health and safety of th

  • public, court personnel, and criminal litigants brought before the court, the cou
  • HEREBY ORDERS AS FOLLOWS:
  • The court shall, effective immediately, use its best efforts within availabl
  • resources to implement where appropriate Emergency rules 1 through 13 o
  • the California Rules of Court as adopted by the Judicial Council of California
  • effective April 6, 2020, April 17, 2020 and April 19, 2020 concerning th
  • following matters and processes:
  • Unlawful detainers (Emergency Rule 1)
  • Judicial foreclosures – suspension of actions (Emergency Rule 2)
  • Use of technology for remote appearances (Emergency Rule 3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

d.    Emergency Bail Schedule (Emergency Rule 4)

e.    Personal    appearance    waivers    of    defendants    during    health emergency (Emergency Rule 5)

f.      Emergency orders: juvenile dependency proceedings (Emergenc Rule 6)

g.    Emergency orders: juvenile delinquency proceedings (Emergenc Rule 7)

h.    Emergency   orders: temporary   restraining   or protective   order

  (Amended Emergency Rule 8)
 i.Toll the statutes of limitations for civil causes of action (Emergenc
  Rule 9)
 j.Extensions   of time in which to bring a civil action to trial
  (Emergency Rule 10)
 k.Depositions through remote electronic means (Emergency Rule 11)
 I.Electronic service (Emergency Rule 12)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

m. Effective date for requests to modify support (Emergency Rule 13)

2.    From March 17, 2020 through May 28, 2020, the court may hold sessions anywhere in the county, including in correctional and juvenile detention facilities.

3.    For purposes of computing time for filing papers with the court under Code o Civil Procedure sections 12 and 12a, March 17, 2020 through May 28, 2020, inclusive, are deemed holidays.

4.    Notwithstanding any other law, the statutes of limitation for civil causes o action are tolled from April 6, 2020, until 90 days after the Governor declare that the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic is lifted.

5.    March 17, 2020 through May 28, 2020 are deemed holidays for purposes o accepting filings as necessary to satisfy the deadlines or for computing tim under:

 

GENERAL ORDER: IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY RELIEF

 

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  1. Welfare and Institutions Code section 313 (time to release minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings)
  2. Welfare and Institutions Code section 315 (time to hold detention hearing for       minor  taken  into      custody pending    dependency proceedings)
  3. Welfare and Institutions Code section 334 (time to hold hearing on dependency petition)
  4. Welfare and Institutions Code section 631 (time to release minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings)
  5. Welfare and Institutions Code section 632 (time to hold detention hearing for minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings)
  6. Welfare and Institutions Code section 637 (time to hold detention rehearing in wardship proceedings if parent/guardian files affidavit asserting lack of notice of hearing or minor requests evidence of prim facie case)
  7. Welfare and Institutions Code section 657 (time to hold hearing on wardship petition)

From April 29, 2020 through May 28, 2020, all courtrooms except for limited courtrooms in San Bernardino Justice Center, Victorville, Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Historic and Juvenile Court will be closed for judicial business, except for the following time..;sensitive, essential functions:

  1. Civil temporary restraining orders involving violent conduct;
  2. Family ex parte matters including domestic violence proceedings and other safety issues;
  3. Civil ex parte matters (when parties can appear remotely)
  4. Hague Conventiom (international kidnapping);
  5. Probate ex parte hearings concerning elder abuse;
  6. Probate emergency petitions for temporary guardianship;
  7. Probate emergency petitions for temporary conservatorship;
  • Riese hearings;
  • Electronically submitted day and nighttime warrants including th
  • following:
  • Search;
  • Arrest;
  • Juvenile detention;
  • Juvenile interview;
  • Bail enhancement;
  • Emergency protective orders ;
  • PEN register;
  • GPS;
  • Parole;
  • DUI;
  • Gun violence RO
  • Locate a missing child and/or party who has violated a
  • custody or visitation order
  • Criminal, in-custody and/or other time-sensitive or critical matters,
  • including, but not limited to, pre-preliminary and preliminary hearings;
  • Emergency writs challenging COVID-19 emergency measures;
  • In-custody arraignments;
  • In-custody juvenile    dependency    and    delinquency    proceedings;
  • however, in accordance with Emergency Rules 6 and 7, the following
  • proceedings should be prioritized in accordance with existing statutor
  • time requirements until the state of emergency related to the COVID
  • 19 pandemic is lifted:
  • Protective custody   warrants   filed under   Welfare   and
  • Institutions Code section 340;

 

  1. Detention hearings under Welfare and Institutions Cod
  • section 319;
  • Psychotropic medication applications;
  • Emergency medical requests;
  • Petitions for reentry of a nonminor dependent;
  • Petitions filed under Welfare and Institutions Code section
  • 388 that require an immediate response based on th
  • health and safety of the child;
  • Hearing on any request for a warrant for a child; and
  • Probable cause determinations for children who have been
  • detained but have not had detention hearings within th
  • statutory time
  • These matters will be conducted with strict distancing protocols of at least 6 fee
  • of social distance between persons being
  • To the extent the court accepts and/or processes filings associated with th
  • time-sensitive   and/or essential functions described   in paragraph 6, o
  • performs preliminary    administrative work   on files    to   prepare   for   th
  • resumption of services, such acceptance and/or processing shall not alter th
  • designation and application of the court holidays and extensions provided b
  • this
  • In accordance with the statewide orders issued by the Chief Justice on March

23, 2020, March 30, 2020 and April 29, 2020:

  • All civil jury rials are suspended and continued for a period of sixt
  • 60 days from March 23, 2020 (until May 22, 2020). However, du
  • to the following circumstances:
  • Governor Newsom    and    state    public    health    officials
  • announcing that   gatherings    should be postponed    o
  • canceled across the state until at least the end of May 2020   and that persons    gathered    in connection   with
  • essential services must implement social distancing of 6
  • feet per person, the Court is experiencing
  • reasonable cause to expect to experience: inadequat
  • facility space    to    maintain    the    State    and
  • recommended social distance of at least six feet between
  • persons, inadequate staff to enforce the State and Count

a                                          recommended social distance of at least six feet between

  • persons, inadequate    staff    to    support    normal    cou
  • operations as staff are calling out for work due to self
  • quarantine, caregiving needs for children who out o
  • school, or other reasons associated with this pandemic,
  • and adverse impacts to court operations and proceeding
  • as justice partners are also impacted by reduced staff and
  • compromised levels of service
  • the timeframes for which the court must conduct criminal

trials under section 1382 of the Penal Code,

1a    the court finds good cause to suspend and continue civil jury trials up to an additional

  • 90 days from May 22, 2020 (until July 24, 2020). The court may conduct a trial at an
  • earlier date, upon a finding of good cause shown or through the uses of remot
  • technology, when
  • The time period provided in section 1382 of the Penal Code for th
  • holding of a criminal trial is extended by no more than 90 days from
  • the last date on which the statutory deadline would otherwise hav
  • The court may conduct such a trial at an earlier date, upon a
  • finding of goo_d cause shown or through the use of remote technology,

when appropriate. This 90 day extension applies only to those matter

for which the last date on which the trial could be conducted under Penal Code section 1382 occurred or will occur between March 16,

2                 2020 and June 15, 2020.

  • In accordance with Emergency Rule 10:
  • Notwithstanding any other law, including Code of Civil Procedure
  • section 310,· for all civil actions filed on or before April 6, 2020, the
  • time in which to bring the action to trial is extended by six months for a
  • total time of five years and six
  • b. Notwithstanding any other law, including Code of Civil Procedure
  • section 583.320, for all civil actions filed on or before April 6, 2020, if a
  • new trial is granted in the action, the three years provided in section
  • 320 in which the action must again be brought to trial is extended
  • by six months for a total time of three years and six months. Nothing in
  • this subdivision requires that an action must again be brought to trial
  • before expiration of the time prescribed in (a).
  • All other matters are hereby continued by the court. The parties shall receiv
  • notice stating the specific time and date of the continuance in their
  • The court extends the following deadlines for the period beginning April 29,

2020 through May 28, 2020:

  • The time provided in section 825 of the Penal Code within which a
  • defendant charged with a felony offense must be taken before a
  • magistrate is extended from 48 hours to not more than 7
  • The time period provided in section 859b of the Penal Code for th
  • holding of a preliminary examination is extended from 10 court days t
  • not more than 30 court
  • The time period provided in section 313 of the Welfare and Institution
  • Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency
  • proceedings must be released from custody is extended

 

  1. The time period provided in section 315 of the Welfare and Institution
  • Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependenc
  • proceedings must be given a detention hearing is extended to no
  • more than 7
  • The time periods provided in sections 632 and 637 of the Welfare and
  • Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending
  • wardship proceedings and charged with a felony must be given a
  • detention hearing or rehearing is extended to not more than 7
  • f. The time period provided in section 334 of the Welfare and Institution
  • Code within which a hearing on a juvenile dependency petition mus
  • be held is extended by not more than 15
  • The time period provided in section 657 of the Welfare and Institution
  • Code within which a hearing on a wardship petition for a mino
  • charged with a felony offense must be held is extended by not mor
  • than 15
  • In accordance with Amended Emergency Rule 8, the court will apply th
  • protocols set forth in (a)-(d) below for any emergency protective order,
  • temporary restraining order, or criminal protective order that was requested,
  • issued, or set to expire during the state of emergency related to the COVID
  • 19 pandemic. This includes requests and orders issued under Family Cod
  • sections 6250 or 6300, Code of Civil Procedure sections 527.6, 527.8, o
  • 85,   Penal Code sections   136.2, 18125   or 18150,   or Welfare and
  • Institutions Code sections 5, 304, 362.4, or 15657.03, and including an
  • of the foregoing orders issued in connection with an order for modification o
  • a custody or visitation   order issued   pursuant   to a dissolution,    legal
  • separation, nullity, or parentage proceeding under Family Code section 6221:

 

  1. Any emergency protective order made under Family Code section
  • 6250 that is issued during the state of emergency must remain in
  • effect for up to 30 days from the date of
  • Any temporary restraining order or gun violence emergency protectiv
  • order issued or set to expire during the state of emergency related t
  • the COVID-19 pandemic must remain in effect for a period of time tha
  • the court determines is sufficient to allow for a hearing on the long
  • term order to occur, for up to 90
  • Any criminal protective order, subject to this rule, set to expire during
  • the state of emergency, must be automatically extended for a period o
  • 90 days, or until the matter can be heard, whichever occurs
  • Upon the filing of a request to renew a restraining order after hearing
  • that is set to expire during the state of emergency related to th
  • COVID-19 pandemic, the current restraining order after hearing mus
  • remain in effect until a hearing on the renewal can occur, for up to 90
  • days from the date of
  • 13. The San Bernardino County Probation Department may review and authoriz
  • the release of in-custody inmates that meet the pretrial services releas
  • requirements pending further
  • Upon assessment by the San Bernardino County Probation Department, th
  • San Bernardino County Sheriff is authorized to release those identified by th
  • San Bernardino County Probation Department as low risk through the pretrial
  • The Probation Department may develop terms of release, which, i
  • violated may result in a criminal defendant’s return to
  • The court is authorized under rule 10.613(i) of the California Rules of Court t
  • adopt any proposed rules or rule amendment that is intended to address th
  • impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to take effect immediately, withou
  • advance circulation for. 45 days of public comment. A copy of any such rule change, if adopted, must be provided to Judicial Council staff and the cou
  • must post notice of the change prominently on the court’s website, along with
  • the effective date of the new or amended rule. Additionally, the court mus
  • immediately distribute the new or amended rule as set forth in rul
  • 613(g)(2). No litigant’s substantive rights shall be prejudiced for failing t
  • comply with the requirements of a new or amended rule until at least 20 day
  • after the rule change has been

 

THIS ORDER IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

Dated: April 30, 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO
IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY
RELIEF AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO
GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 68115 BY CHAIR OF JUDICIAL COUNCIL
EFFECTIVE APRIL 3, 2020

GENERAL ORDER OF THE PRESIDING JUDGE
Due to Governor Gavin Newsom proclaiming a State of Emergency in California
as a result of COVID-19; Governor Newsom and State Public Health Officer
announcing that gatherings should be postponed or canceled across the State until a
least the end of May 2020; Governor Newsom declaring that non-essential gathering
must be limited to n9 more than 250 people, while smaller events can proceed only i
the organizers can implement social distancing of 6 feet per person, and gatherings o
individuals who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 should be limited t
no more than 10 people, while also following social distancing guidelines; The Count
of San Bernardino Public Health Department declaring a local health emergency and
issuing an order consistent with the guidelines of Governor Newsom and the Stat
Public Health Officers; President Trump declaring a national emergency and issuing
directives targeted at reducing social contact to reduce the spread of COVID-19; in

accordance with the March 17, 2020 order of Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye,
Chair of the Judicial Council of California, under the authority grant d pursuant t
Government Code Section 68115, and issued in response to the March 16, 2020
request for an emergency order made by the Superior Court of San Bernardino County, s and subsequent request for extension of the emergency order made on March 23, 2020
and granted by order of Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, Chair of the Judicia
Council of California on April 1, 2020; Governor Newsom, on March 27, 2020, issuing
Executive Order N-38-20, which among other things, suspended Government Cod
g section 68115 and any other provision of law to the extent that those laws impose o
imply a limitation on Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye’s authority to authorize vi
emergency order or statewide rule, any court to take any action deemed necessary t
maintain the safe and orderly operation of the courts; and the Statewide Order
executed by Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye on March 23, 2020 and March 30,
2020, and under the authority granted pursuant to Government Code Section 68115 t
protect the health and safety of the public, court personnel, and criminal litigant
brought before the court, the court HEREBY ORDERS AS FOLLOWS:

 

1. From March 17, 2020 through April 30, 2020, the court may hold session
anywhere in the county, including in correctional and juvenile detention
facilities.
2. For purposes of computing time for filing papers with the court under Code o
Civil Procedure sections 12 and 12a, April 3, 2020 through April 30, 2020 ar
deemed holidays.
3. April 3, 2020 through April 30 , 2020 are deemed holidays for purposes o
computing time under:
a. Penal Code section 825 (time to bring a criminal defendant befor
magistrate after arrest)

Welfare and Institutions Code section 313 (time to release minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 315 (time to hold detention hearing for minor taken into custody pending dependenc proceedings)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 334 (time to hold hearing on dependency petition)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 631 (time to release minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 632 (time to hold detention hearing for minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 637 (time to hold detention rehearing in wardship proceedings if parent/guardian files affidavi asserting lack of notice of hearing or minor requests evidence of prima facie case)
Welfare and Institutions Code section 657 (time to hold hearing on wardship petition)
From April 3, 2020 through April 30, 2020, all courtrooms except for limited courtrooms in San Bernardino Justice Center, Victorville, Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Historic and Juvenile Court will be closed for judicial business, except for the following time-sensitive, essential functions:
Civil temporary restraining orders involving violent conduct;

Family ex parte including domestic violence proceedings and othe safety issues;
Hague Convention (international kidnapping);

Probate ex parte hearings concerning elder abuse;

Probate emergency petitions for temporary guardianship;

Probate emergency petitions for temporary conservatorship;

Riese hearings;
Electronically submitted day and night time warrants including the following

i. Search;
Arrest;
Juvenile detention;

iv. Juvenile interview;

v. Bail enhancement;

vi. Emergency protective orders;
vii. PEN register;

viii. GPS;

ix. Parole;
x. DUI;

xi. Gun violence RO

i. Criminal, in-custody matters, including, but not limited to,
preliminary and preliminary hearings,
j. Emergency orders relating to the health and safety of a child;

k. Emergency writs challenging COVID-19 emergency measures;

I. In-custody arraignments for new filings;
m. In-custody juvenile dependency and delinquency detentions; and

n. Ex parte orders to address emergency unlawful detainer lock-outs.

These matters will be conducted with strict distancing protocols being followed.
Six feet of social distance at all times, and no more than 10 persons in a
courtroom or Clerk’s Office lobby at any time are permitted.
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In accordance with the Statewide orders issued by Hon. Tani G Cantil

Sakauye, Chief Justice of California and Chair of the Judicial Council o
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California, on March 23, 2020 and March 30, 2020:

9 a. All jury trials are suspended and continued for a period of sixty 60 day
from March 23, 2020. The court may conduct a trial at an earlier date,
upon a finding of good cause shown or through the uses of remote
technology, when appropriate.
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b. The time period provided in section 1382 of the Penal Code for the
holding of a criminal trial is extended by no more than 60 days from
the last date on which the statutory deadline would otherwise havexpired. The court may conduct such a trial at an earlier date, upon a finding of good cause shown or through the use of remote technology, when appropriate.

c. The time period provided in sections 583.310 and 583.320 of the Cod
of Civil Procedure for the holding of a civil trial is extended by no mar
than 60 days from the last date on which the statutory deadlines would
otherwise have expired. The court may conduct such a trial at an
earlier date, upon a finding of good cause shown or through the use o
remote technology, when appropriate.
d. The 60-day continuance of jury trials as provided in sections 5b and 5
above are to be calculated from the date for which the trial was set o
extended, whichever is longer..

All other matters are hereby continued by the court. The parties shall receiv notice stating the specific time and date of the continuance in their cases.
The court extends the following deadlines for the period beginning April 3, 2020 through April 30, 2020:
The duration of any temporary restraining order that would otherwis expire because the emergency condition described in prevented the court from conducting proceedings to determin whether a permanent order should be entered is extended by not mar than 30 days.
The time provided in section 825 of the Penal Code within which a
defendant charged with a felony offense must be taken before a magistrate is extended from 48 hours to not more than 7 days.
The time period provided in section 859b of the Penal Code for th holding of a preliminary examination is extended from 10 court days t not more than 30 court days.
The time period provided in section 313 of the Welfare and Institution Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be released from custody is extended by not mar than 7 days.
The time period provided in section 315 of the Welfare and Institution Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be given a detention hearing is extended by no more than 7 days.
The time periods provided in sections 632 and 637 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings and charged with a felony must be given a detention hearing or rehearing is extended by not more than 7 days.

g. The time period provided in section 334 of the Welfare and Institution
Code within which a hearing on a juvenile dependency petition mus
be held is extended by not more than 15 days.
h. The time period provided in section 657 of the Welfare and Institution
Code within which a hearing on a wardship petition for a mino
charged with a felony offense must be held is extended by not mor
than 15 days.

The San Bernardino County Probation Department may review and authoriz
the release of in-custody inmates that meet the pretrial services releas
requirements pending further hearing.

Upon assessment by the San Bernardino County Probation Department, th
San Bernardino County Sheriff is authorized to release those identified by th
San Bernardino County Probation Department as low risk through the pretrial
program. The Probation Department may develop terms of release, which, i
violated may result in a criminal defendant’s return to custody.

The court is authorized under rule 10.613(i) of the California Rules of Court t
adopt any proposed rules or rule amendment that is intended to address th
impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to take effect immediately, withou
advance circulation for 45 days of public comment. A copy of any such rul
change, if adopted, must be provided to Judicial Council staff and the cou
must post notice of the change prominently on the court’s website, along with
the effective date of the new or amended rule. Additionally, the court mus
immediately distribute the new or amended rule as set forth in ru!
10.613(g)(2). No litigant’s substantive rights shall be prejudiced for failing t
comply with the requirements of a new or amended rule until at least 20 day
after the rule change has been distributed.

The court may, when possible, conduct judicial proceedings and cou
operations remotely, suspend any rule in the California Rules of Court to th

extent such rule would prevent a court from using technology to conduc
judicial proceedings and court operations remotely, in order to protect th
health and safety of the public, court personnel, judicial officers, litigants, and
witnesses.

THIS ORDER IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

Dated: April 1, 2020.

 

 

 

 

San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-

Clerk to Close Offices to Public in Response to

Coronavirus

 

Services will continue via mail, email and phone.

 

SAN BERNARDINO, CA (March 16, 2020) — The San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk will be closing its offices to the public and will be providing services exclusively via mail, email or phone, effective Wednesday, March 18th until further notice. This is a precautionary measure being taken to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

 

“I encourage San Bernardino County residents to visit our website and utilize the many services offered via mail, email and phone,” said San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder Bob Dutton. “While our offices will not be open to the public, regular department operations will continue to ensure customer service requests are processed.”

 

All services, with the exception of the issuance of marriage licenses and performance of marriage ceremonies, will remain available and processed by mail, email or phone. Marriage services will be discontinued until further notice.

 

Additional information, including necessary forms and processes, can be accessed online by resident by visiting the Assessor-Recorder-Clerk’s website:http://www.sbcounty.gov/ARC/Main/About/ServicesAvailable.aspx or by calling: 1 (877) 885-7654.< /span>

 

 

Please click here to see the court’s official notice.

 

As always should you have any questions or require immediate assistance contact us at (213) 249-9999 and you will be able to speak to a live person.