Jesse Armendarez was born and raised in San Bernardino County. A strong believer is hard work, Jesse got his first job pressure washing trucks for a local logistics company at 16 years old. He was eventually able to take advantage of an apprenticeship program to become a licensed mechanic. After graduating from the first class at A.B. Miller, he started his own small business in Fontana. Since then, he has earned national and regional recognition, he was named one of the "Top 250" Hispanic Realtors in the United States by the National Association of Hispanic Realtors and is a Board Member for the Inland Valley Association of Realtors.

After starting his family with his wife Delene, Jesse decided to get involved with his community. He served as President and on the Board of Directors for the Fontana Rotary Club, and is a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member. He is also a member of the Fontana Chamber of Commerce and the Water of Life Church. Jesse also served as a Director for the Chaffey College Foundation, helping to raise money so disadvantaged youths could afford to earn their degree. The Jesse and Delene Armendarez Endowment at Chaffey College is fully funded and has helped local students attend college. Wanting to get involved in local government, Jesse earned an appointment to the Fontana Planning Commission where he helped shape the development of one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the Inland Empire.

When local politicians were planning to cut vital after school programs, Jesse decided to help recall them and run for the Fontana Unified School District Board of Trustees. From there, he ran for the Fontana City Council, where he served for four years, including two years as the Mayor Pro Tem. On the council, Jesse also served as Chair of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency Policy Committee where he represented Fontana on policy issues about sewer, wastewater and recycling programs and was also the Vice Chair of the Housing Authority and Industrial Development Authority for the city. Jesse earned a reputation of helping attract businesses and jobs to the city and working to strengthen public safety in his community. He is now running for County Supervisor to bring his record of results to the Board of Supervisors and improve the quality of life in San Bernardino County.


Jesse Armendarez was born and raised in San Bernardino County. A strong believer is hard work, Jesse got his first job pressure washing trucks for a local logistics company at 16 years old. He was eventually able to take advantage of an apprenticeship program to become a licensed mechanic. After graduating from the first class at A.B. Miller, he started his own small business in Fontana. Since then, he has earned national and regional recognition, he was named one of the "Top 250" Hispanic Realtors in the United States by the National Association of Hispanic Realtors and is a Board Member for the Inland Valley Association of Realtors.

After starting his family with his wife Delene, Jesse decided to get involved with his community. He served as President and on the Board of Directors for the Fontana Rotary Club, and is a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member. He is also a member of the Fontana Chamber of Commerce and the Water of Life Church. Jesse also served as a Director for the Chaffey College Foundation, helping to raise money so disadvantaged youths could afford to earn their degree. The Jesse and Delene Armendarez Endowment at Chaffey College is fully funded and has helped local students attend college. Wanting to get involved in local government, Jesse earned an appointment to the Fontana Planning Commission where he helped shape the development of one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the Inland Empire.

When local politicians were planning to cut vital after school programs, Jesse decided to help recall them and run for the Fontana Unified School District Board of Trustees. From there, he ran for the Fontana City Council, where he served for four years, including two years as the Mayor Pro Tem. On the council, Jesse also served as Chair of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency Policy Committee where he represented Fontana on policy issues about sewer, wastewater and recycling programs and was also the Vice Chair of the Housing Authority and Industrial Development Authority for the city. Jesse earned a reputation of helping attract businesses and jobs to the city and working to strengthen public safety in his community. He is now running for County Supervisor to bring his record of results to the Board of Supervisors and improve the quality of life in San Bernardino County.


Jesse Armendarez was born and raised in San Bernardino County. A strong believer is hard work, Jesse got his first job pressure washing trucks for a local logistics company at 16 years old. He was eventually able to take advantage of an apprenticeship program to become a licensed mechanic. After graduating from the first class at A.B. Miller, he started his own small business in Fontana. Since then, he has earned national and regional recognition, he was named one of the "Top 250" Hispanic Realtors in the United States by the National Association of Hispanic Realtors and is a Board Member for the Inland Valley Association of Realtors.

After starting his family with his wife Delene, Jesse decided to get involved with his community. He served as President and on the Board of Directors for the Fontana Rotary Club, and is a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member. He is also a member of the Fontana Chamber of Commerce and the Water of Life Church. Jesse also served as a Director for the Chaffey College Foundation, helping to raise money so disadvantaged youths could afford to earn their degree. The Jesse and Delene Armendarez Endowment at Chaffey College is fully funded and has helped local students attend college. Wanting to get involved in local government, Jesse earned an appointment to the Fontana Planning Commission where he helped shape the development of one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the Inland Empire.

When local politicians were planning to cut vital after school programs, Jesse decided to help recall them and run for the Fontana Unified School District Board of Trustees. From there, he ran for the Fontana City Council, where he served for four years, including two years as the Mayor Pro Tem. On the council, Jesse also served as Chair of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency Policy Committee where he represented Fontana on policy issues about sewer, wastewater and recycling programs and was also the Vice Chair of the Housing Authority and Industrial Development Authority for the city. Jesse earned a reputation of helping attract businesses and jobs to the city and working to strengthen public safety in his community. He is now running for County Supervisor to bring his record of results to the Board of Supervisors and improve the quality of life in San Bernardino County.