SAN BERNARDINO, CA (June 28, 2024) – The 2024 San Bernardino County Assessment Roll contains 827,060 parcels valued at $340,668,769,645. Upon his signature, Assessor-Recorder Wilhite delivered the 2024 Assessment Roll to Ensen Mason, San Bernardino County’s Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector.

“San Bernardino County has experienced consistent growth and increasing property values for the twelfth consecutive year,” said Assessor-Recorder Chris Wilhite. “With this growth, Team ARC is committed to educating homeowners of San Bernardino County about ways to save. Team ARC successfully aided 5,897 disabled veterans this year totaling $9.5 million in property tax savings.”

The assessment roll reflects the total gross assessed value of locally assessed real, business, and personal property in San Bernardino County as of the previous lien date of January 1st. State law requires county assessors to discover all assessable property, inventory and list all taxable property, to value the property, apply all legal exemptions/exclusions, and to enroll the property on the annual local assessment roll.

2024 San Bernardino County Assessment Roll Highlights:

  • $340 billion in assessed value for San Bernardino County.
  • The Assessor qualified 223,613 homeowners for over $15.6 million in property tax savings from the Homeowners’ Exemption.
  • 5,897 San Bernardino County disabled veterans qualified for the Disabled Veterans’ Exemption and received over $9.5 million in property tax savings.
  • 4,906 welfare institutions (schools, churches, museums, and non-profits) received over $106 million in property tax savings.
  • City of Ontario has the highest assessed value at $43 billion, followed by the cities of Rancho Cucamonga ($36 billion), and Fontana ($33 billion).
  • City of Fontana, valued at $33 billion, had the largest assessment value increase, adding $2.8 billion from 2023, a 9.6% increase.
  • Incorporated cities as a total are valued at $289 billion, a 6.9% increase.
  • Unincorporated areas are valued at $51 billion, an 8.2% increase.

In compliance with state regulations, the assessor must enroll real property at the lower value of its current market value or the Proposition 13 value—the market value from the date the property was purchased or built, adjusted by a maximum of 2% each year. “I welcome all who own property to visit our website in order to discover potential opportunities for tax savings,” said Assessor-Recorder Wilhite. Visit to learn more about tax saving programs such as the homeowners’ or disable veteran’s exemption.

Assessed valuations should not be used as forecasts or be deemed as predictions of future property valuations. Annual assessment rolls are snapshots in time as of the previous lien date. Individuals wishing to see their personal assessed values may visit the Assessor’s website at: The public can also call the Assessor’s toll-free number at 1-877-885-7654.