Bloomington

Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. unveiled a Sheriff’s Department patrol unit and a County Code Enforcement vehicle emblazoned with “Bloomington,” showing that those units and the public service professionals behind their wheels are dedicated exclusively to the needs of Bloomington and its residents.

Generations of Bloomington residents have seen vehicles marked with name “Fontana” serving their neighbors to the west and vehicles marked with name “Rialto” serving their neighbors to the east, but no vehicles bearing the name of their community serving them.

That changed in a big way on Nov. 17 when San Bernardino County 5th District Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. unveiled a Sheriff’s Department patrol unit and a County Code Enforcement vehicle emblazoned with “Bloomington,” showing that those units and the public service professionals behind their wheels are dedicated exclusively to the needs of Bloomington and its residents.

“Bloomington is basically the size of a small city,” Baca said. “Now they can have a deputy they can call their own, a Code Enforcement officer they can call their own, and a full-time park maintenance worker they can call their own.”

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