San Bernardino is an historic city that preserves its past while moving into its future as a modern urban community. Forty parks and six community centers offer residents a myriad of sports activities, classes and playgrounds earning the city the designation of “Youth Sports Destination.” The Little League Western Regional Headquarters and annual playoffs are hosted here, as is the largest sanctioned Soap Box Derby event on the west coast. Built on 50 acres, the San Bernardino Municipal Soccer Complex houses 17 full-size soccer fields, several of them lighted. Take in a game starring The Inland Empire 66ers, a professional baseball club, at the multi-use Arrowhead Credit Union Park. Mountain skiing and desert resorts are a short hop away, or you can stay and play golf at one of the many courses nearby. Lifelong learners take advantage of the four libraries and classes at San Bernardino Valley College or California State University San Bernardino, or enjoy live theatrical or symphonic performances at the historic nearly 110-year-old California Theater. And residents are comforted to know that two state of the art health care facilities, San Bernardino Community Hospital and St. Bernardine’s Medical Center, are within reach. Modern amenities and cherished heritage are both part of today’s San Bernardino.