Category: Big Bear Events

No Personal Fireworks – Additional Forest Restrictions

Big Bear Fire Department’s Assistant Chief-Fire Marshal Mike Maltby stated, “The only fireworks allowed in Big Bear is the professional 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular over the lake. No personal fireworks are allowed. Fire officials will be issuing citations with fines up to $1,000 for fireworks violations.” The Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake provides locals and visitors with a world class fireworks display on the evening of July 4th, visible from many vantage points in the Big Bear Valley. Sit back and enjoy the show with synchronized music on KBHR 93.3 and 102.5. Big Bear Fire Department encourages...

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July 4th Traffic Plan – No Left Turns on Big Bear Blvd

The July 4th event traffic plan will be in effect following this year’s fireworks celebration.  The City of Big Bear Lake with the enforcement efforts of the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department along with the California Highway Patrol want to help ease some of the traffic tangles that traditionally follow the fireworks show.   Motorists will make right hand turns only entering Big Bear Blvd. from Georgia to Temple Streets. Plan ahead and  park accordingly, depending on which way you will be leaving after the fireworks show.  If you will be traveling east after the show, motorists should park south of...

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SOME RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS STREETS WILL BE CLOSED FOR BIKE RACE

Road Closures for the Amgen Tour of California will affect some business and many residential neighborhoods.   Many roads will begin closing in and around the Big Bear Lake Village area starting on Thursday with other Village area roads closing at 5:00AM Friday May 19th.  Detour signs will show ways around the closures. If  you live on the following residential streets please look for no parking signs in front of your home.  These No Parking Signs will indicate that your street will be closed on Friday May 19th from 7:00 AM until the race ends at 5:00 PM.     Departing...

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‘Breakaway From Cancer’ Honors Local Cancer Survivor During Amgen Tour of California

Big Bear, CA – On Friday, May 19, Big Bear Lake resident and cancer survivor Tina Follett will help kick-off day six of the 12th annual Amgen Tour of California, America’s most prestigious professional cycling race. Follett was selected to participate in the official start activities by Amgen on behalf of the company’s Breakaway from Cancer® initiative, which aims to increase awareness of the important resources available to people affected by cancer—from prevention through survivorship. Follett will fire the start gun to send the athletes on their way for the day’s Time Trial. Tina Follett was diagnosed with Lymphoma in...

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Volunteers Needed for Amgen Tour of California

Big Bear, CA – The Amgen Tour of California event is an immense undertaking and your help is needed in order to have a successful and safe day of cycling racing. They need approximately 150 volunteers. The vast majority of volunteers will be used as Course Marshals for the event. As the roads close, they will need volunteers to monitor the roads, ensuring that cars and pedestrians do not get on the course from streets, driveways, trails, etc. Each volunteer will be provided with a volunteer cooler bag complete with water, food, snacks and t-shirt on the day of the event. A...

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KBHR 93.3 and 102.5 for current road and weather conditions