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Grand Terrace City Information
Grand Terrace is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 12,040 people and a total area of 3.5 square miles (9.1 km2).
The City of Grand Terrace has a City Council form of government. The city council is the legislative body of the city, responsible for passing legislations that govern the day to day operations of the city. In addition, the city council also appoints the city manager and city attorney.
The city council is made up of four council members and one mayor, council members serve a term of four years while the mayor serves a term of two years Darcy McNaboe is the current Mayor, her term ends in 2018. Other members of the city council include Sylvia Robles Mayor Pro Tempore, Bill Hussey Council Member, Doug Wilson Council Member and Brian Reinarz Council Member.
The city council holds its meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month from 6:00 pm at city hall 22795 Barton Rd, Grand Terrace, CA 92313. The public is encouraged to attend the meetings, however, minutes of council meetings can also be accessed through
The overall crime rate in Grand Terrace, CA is 20% lower compared to the average crime rate in California and 15% lower when compared to the national average. When looking at crimes involving violent crimes, the city has a crime rate that is 49% lower than California’s average and 42% lower than the national average. In property crime, the city has a crime rate that is 16% lower than the average crime rate in California and is 11% lower than the national average. In Grand Terrace one has a 1 in 42 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 48% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the overall crime rate in Grand Terrace has increased by 13%.
The City of Grand Terrace contracts with the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department to provide the city law enforcement services. For more information visit
Warrants and Bail
Warrants can be accessed by visiting the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s website. The website also has an inmate locator that can be used to search for inmates. Bail can be posted in three main ways; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.