Category: Government

Traffic and Snow Plowing Issues

Big Bear Lake, CA –  On February 13, 2017 members of the community, City Council and City staff gathered in the Performing Arts Center to discuss the recent frustrations which resulted from the January 2017 snow storms. David Lawrence City Engineer/Director of Public works offered a recap of snow plow operations during the January 19-January 23 snow storm. This once in ten year snow event caused a number of issues for residents and visitors alike due to snow removal issues and overcrowded streets. Following presentations from representatives of Snow Summit, Big Bear Fire Authority, United States Forest Service, and...

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City’s Mid Year Fiscal Checkup Good – Capital Projects $6.8 Million

Big Bear Lake, CA – This year alone, the City is investing $6.8 million in capital and infrastructure improvements.  Of that, $2.3 million in funding has been provided by Measure Y which is the advisory measure adopted by voters to set aside 2% of the TOT collected for capital improvements aimed at enhancing the visitor experience. Truly keeping our local dollars local and improving our community. At the February 13, 2017 Mid-Year Budget Workshop, City management shared with Council the news that the local economy continues to recover and major revenues are up 5%. As a result the City...

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Give BIG San Bernardino County Raises $271,044 for Nonprofits

San Bernardino County, CA, December 7, 2016 – Organizers are excited to announce that Give BIG San Bernardino County raised $271,044 for local nonprofits, surpassing last year’s $241,217 total. The Give BIG San Bernardino County campaign is a 24-hour fundraising web-a-thon benefiting San Bernardino County nonprofit organizations. The county proved it can come together in a spirit of generosity around Give BIG San Bernardino County to help and give hope to many who need it.  The 24-hour fundraising web-a-thon began at 12 a.m.the morning of November 29 and concluded at midnight that same night. Benefiting organizations with a range of missions including providing education to young parents, cultivating young philanthropists, connecting...

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100 % of Big Bear Precincts Reported

Big Bear, CA November 9, 2016 – This election cycle has concluded and for the offices that most affect our community and with 100% of the precincts reporting the unofficial results are in. Paul Cook was re-elected to congress.  State Senator Mike Morrell will return to Sacramento along with State Assemblyperson Jay Obernolte.   Board members elected to the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District are Jack Roberts, Rob Robbins and Donna Nicely.  The Big Bear City Community Service District top vote takers are Johnny Russo and Larry Walsh.  And the Big Bear Airport District will be represented by Bill Goddard,...

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November 8, 2016 – Presidential General Election Day Reminder

Big Bear, CA, November 8, 2016 – The San Bernardino County Elections Office reminds voters that the 2016 Presidential General Election is being held today, Tuesday, November 8. Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will stay open until 8 p.m. Voters can find their assigned polling place on the back cover of their Voter Information Guide or by using the My Elections Gateway or the Polling Place look-up tool on the Elections Office website at SBCountyElections. They can also call the Elections Office at (800) 881-VOTE (8683) or (909) 387-8300. In addition to your polling place, voters are also able to...

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