Another code enforcement sweep is planned for the East Valley, this one to take place in Sugarloaf next Tuesday. Per the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station: “In response to numerous complaints from residents in Sugarloaf, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station, along with officials from San Bernardino County Code Enforcement and California Highway Patrol officers, will be conducting a Problem Oriented Policing Sweep in the Sugarloaf area on June 23. Issues of concern are abandoned vehicles, boats and trailers; vehicles with expired registration tags that are parked on County roadways; and residences with refuse and scrap in the yards. Similar sweeps conducted in Erwin Lake and Big Bear City over the last two months have resulted in a total of 79 vehicles being towed, several cases opened on residences in violation of County codes, and numerous other citations being written for violation of County and vehicle codes. Residents of the entire Big Bear Valley are encouraged to take the necessary actions to ensure their vehicles and properties meet current code requirements.”