HISTORY OF SERVICE
Supervisor Curt Hagman brings a history of experienced leadership and a commitment to the growth and success of San Bernardino County. As a natural problem solver, Curt is always seen in the community, helping make San Bernardino County better wherever he can.
Supervisor Hagman’s public service began at his children’s school when he actively served as a PTA dad, and later as a parks and recreation commissioner where he helped improve parks for everyone to enjoy in our community. It was as a volunteer that he grew his passion for public service and ran for city council, serving the City of Chino Hills. He moved up to the position of Mayor and then ran to represent the community as an Assemblyman. Hagman served for 6 years and then ran for County Supervisor in 2014 to continue his commitment to giving families more opportunities and a better, more safe community. As a small business owner, Curt also understands the challenges of navigating uncertainty and the hard work it takes to keep a small business open.
LEADERSHIP THROUGH CHALLENGES
Supervisor Hagman reacted quickly at the beginning of the pandemic, by sourcing PPE equipment for caretakers, nurses, frontline workers, public safety, and others who protect and serve our community. He also sprang into action to protect the county’s most vulnerable by providing senior care facilities with resources to protect the lives of seniors. Curt designed an award-winning small business grant program that ensured our small business community could keep their doors open amid uncertainty. This program established a $30 million fund that served over 5,500 businesses.
When the State shut down businesses and closed schools, Curt helped source 60,000 laptops for low-income students so that they wouldn’t be left behind and lose valuable education.
PUBLIC SAFETY AS A COMMUNITY PRIORITY
Curt has worked hard to make San Bernardino County a safer place by adding deputies to patrols, providing safety officers to schools, streamlining emergency communications, planning for future disasters before they happen, defending fire services, protecting victims of domestic violence by supporting local non-profit organizations that help women and children, and safeguarding kids from sexual predators by supporting policies that keep predators out of San Bernardino County.
ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR BETTER JOBS AND BETTER PAY
Working with local leaders, Curt took Ontario Airport back from Los Angeles and making it one of the fastest growing airports in the United States. Under Curt’s leadership as a commissioner on the Airport Authority, Ontario Airport is now a regional economic engine that provides good paying jobs and more options for travelers.
PUBLIC SERVICE FOR A BETTER FUTURE
Along with Supervisorial duties, Curt serves on a number of boards and commissions including: Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), which oversees the decisions and operations of the Inland Empire’s public health plan; Transportation Committee at Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), which plans regional transit infrastructure in Southern California; OmniTrans, which provides bus-transit throughout San Bernardino County; San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA), which oversees projects throughout San Bernardino County; Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) which provides local and international travelers with a safe and efficient travel options.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CURT
Curt’s service to his community and his neighbors has always been important – Curt is currently an active California State Military Reserve service member and continues to respond to various disasters in California throughout the year.
Supervisor Hagman holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology at UCLA. He, his wife Rossana, and his family currently live in the Chino Valley.