For water customers of the Department of Water and Power, there will be additional water use restrictions over the Memorial Day weekend, so you may want to plan to do your outdoor watering in the meantime. On Saturday and Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend, DWP customers serviced in Big Bear Lake, Sugarloaf, Fawnskin and Lake Williams are asked to refrain from watering, in order to allow for adequate water flow, should it be needed for fire suppression. As all DWP customers are under either Stage I or Stage II conservation measures, all outdoor watering is to be done on the odd/even schedule (as the date corresponds to your address), and either before 9am or after 6pm. That said, watering will need to be done today or Friday if your street address ends in an even number, on Thursday or Monday if odd. The DWP will allow an exception; if planting new plants or shrubs over the holiday weekend, customers will be allowed to water them at that time. Any questions on this weekend’s outdoor watering restrictions can be directed to the DWP at 866-5050.
- DWP Maintains Water Conservation Measures; Stage I Regulations in Place for Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin and Sugarloaf, Stage II for Lake Williams
- The Technical Review Team of Department of Water and Power Retains Water Conservation Policies; Big Bear Lake and Fawnskin in Stage I, Lake Williams in More Stringent Stage II
- No Outdoor Watering for DWP Customers This Weekend; Conservation Measures in Place for Summer Season