Arrowhead Plaza

Arrowhead Plaza (HM1I35)

Location: San Bernardino, CA 92415 San Bernardino County
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N 34° 6.366', W 117° 17.376'

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Rancho Agua Caliente by 1820 was established by Mission San Gabriel authorities in this area to supply water and grass for mission cattle.

Jose Del Carmen Lugo, Jose Maria Lugo and Vicente Lugo acquired the mission lands in 1823 and built a small adobe house as headquarters for their rancho.

After the Mormon colonists purchased San Bernardino Rancho from the Lugo family, they built a stockade at this site in 1851. A Council House inside the stockade in 1852 served as the colony office, meeting hall, post office, school and church. This Council House served as the first courthouse after the formation of the County of San Bernardino.

In this area, pioneers such as Amasa Lyman, Andrew Lytle, Dr. Oliver Wozencraft, George A. Atwood and Jefferson Hunt built homes. In the 1870's, B.J. Mathews constructed a mill, powered by water from town creek now channeled under this area, to reduce grain to flour for the pioneer families.

During the 1880's, many Chinese residents occupied the area as merchants and as workers in the mining, railroad, construction and farming activities of San Bernardino County.

Historically, this land has served its citizens well. The foundation of the government center is firmly set in its past, drawing strength from those numerous citizens, businesses and community agencies as it builds upward to serve its citizens of the future.

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The county was formed in April, 1853 and governed by a board of commissioners until April, 1855. The county included the townships of San Bernardino, San Salvdor and Chino. The first Board of Supervisors was elected in April, 1855 and was composed of three supervisors representing these three districts. In January, 1880, the state authorized a five-member Board of Supervisors with one being elected from District I, one from District II and three form District III. In August, 1884, five supervisorial districts were authorized and crearted. Five supervisors began service to San Bernardino County from the five districts in January, 1885. The five districts have continued since that time with periodic modifications of their boundaries to maintain equal representation by population and to reflect detachment of areas to form parts of Riverside County.

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HM NumberHM1I35
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Date Added Sunday, November 30th, 2014 at 1:01am PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)11S E 473289 N 3773958
Decimal Degrees34.10610000, -117.28960000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 6.366', W 117° 17.376'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 6' 21.96" N, 117° 17' 22.56" W
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Area Code(s)909, 760
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling North
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 395 N Arrowhead Ave, San Bernardino CA 92415, US
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