Temperatures have been keeping steady and warming over the last few weeks, and all indications show that this trend will continue. The sunshine has brought out crowds for the Tuesday Farmer’s Market, shopping in the Village and has begun to melt off the snow raising lake levels and leading residents and visitors to put away their skis and snowboards and dust off their bicycles and running shoes. Spring and summer events that abound in the community are getting underway, camps are opening and boats are beginning to appear on the lake. In preparation for spring and summer crowds and events, City Public Works crews have begun their annual “Spruce Up For Spring” campaign and undergrounding construction along Big Bear Boulevard has picked up again.
It is our supreme goal to provide the best service we can to our residents and we encourage you to contact us with any additional questions or concerns you may have. Additionally, please reference the list below of contacts to help guide you when help is needed:
- Emergency Situations – call 911
- Current Road Conditions; Questions regarding highways 330/18/38 and Big Bear Boulevard - Caltrans District 8 (909) 383-4631
- Issues regarding Code Enforcement (Private Home Rentals, Land Use, Property
- Maintenance, etc.) – call the 24-Hour Code Hotline (909) 866-2633
- Non-emergency situations related to Safety and/or Fire –
- Power & Utility Issues –