Start Date: August 25, 2017 – End: September 5, 2017

The City of Big Bear Lake would like to remind residents holding yard sales this Labor Day Weekend to obtain a ‘No-Fee Permit’.

Permit applications are available at the public counter in the Civic Center, located at 39707 Big Bear Blvd. The Civic Center is open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Due to the busy holiday weekend and in lieu of the permit application, the City will permit residents to come in to City Hall and log their address or call (909) 866-5831 to be added to the list.

In addition, please do not post yard sale signs on power poles, street sign poles, traffic signal poles, trees or on any object in the public right-of-way. Be kind to the environment and do not post signs on trees – doing so could cause potential damage.

For more information, call the Community Services Department at (909) 866-5831.

The City of Big Bear Lake owns, operates and maintains three beautiful parks within our city limits.

SAN BERNARDINO, California, June 30, 2017 –The San Bernardino National Forest is happy to announce that the eastern section of the Alpine Pedal Path will be reopened just in time for the Independence Day holiday weekend starting June 30 through July 5.

As part of the ongoing Alpine Pedal Path Improvement Project, the eastern section of the Pedal Path, from Stanfield Cutoff to North Shore Lane (across from the Serrano Campground entrance) has been completely repaved and widened to a consistent 12’ width to better accommodate all of the pedestrians and cyclists that visit the Path. We encourage you to come check out the newly renovated section of the Path for yourself as well as the two new bridges that were replaced last fall.

Construction on the east end of the Pedal path (Stanfield Cutoff to North Shore Lane) is approximately 95% complete and this section will only need to be closed intermittently on weekdays beginning July 6 through July 14.

Construction on the west end of the Pedal Path (the Serrano Section, from North Shore Lane to North Shore Lane) will commence July 6 and continue through August 31. The Serrano Section of the Path will be open Saturdays and Sundays through the construction period. Please be aware that during the construction period, the Alpine Pedal Path will have a rough unpaved surface not suitable for beginner cyclists, narrow tires, or those with limited mobility.

Ongoing construction projects related to undergrounding of utilities along Big Bear Boulevard will be put on a hold for the July 4th Holiday. No work will be done June 30th through July 6th.

To assist with the increased traffic during peak times on the fourth of July, from 9:00 pm to 12:00 am, the City of Big Bear Lake in conjunction with the Sheriff’s Department, Fire Department, California Highway Patrol (CHP) and Caltrans have devised a plan to better accommodate the flow of traffic. This new plan will enhance visitor and resident experience for the annual “Fireworks Spectacular over the Lake.”

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