Big Bear, CA - Private residential and business properties within the City of Big Bear Lake suffered damage during the February 14th storm event. The City is gathering damage information for reporting to the County of San Bernardino critical in efforts toward obtaining County, State and Federal Disaster declarations necessary for any possibility of obtaining State and Federal … [Read more...] about City Gathering Storm Damage Info for Disaster Relief
The winter storms have been blessing Southern California with rainfall that is greatly needed and appreciated. The major storm which rolled in early Thursday delivered the rain that was promised and a lot more that we didn’t expect. The Pineapple Express or newly named Atmospheric River, brought rivers of rain and hurricane like winds that brought down power lines, … [Read more...] about “THE GREAT? .. VALENTINE’S DAY STORM”
Update: Sources tell Kbear that winds with speeds in excess of 75 miles per hour have fallen 50 trees today and that 30 of those trees fell into houses. Rainfall from this storm alone is estimated at 9” at the Dam, almost 8” in Big Bear Lake, 4.5” in Big Bear City and 6” in Fawnskin. We expect the lake level to rise two feet or more. Bear Valley Electric Crews on Baldwin … [Read more...] about Storm Creates Havoc in Big Bear – Nine Inches of Rain and Hurricane Like Winds
Due to road conditions, Big Bear Middle School students will be released at 11am today. The basketball game has been postponed until further notice. "Once On This Island" cast rehearsal is still scheduled from 11am to 1pm. Big Bear High School and CT will be released at 11:20am today. All elementary schools will remain on the original early out schedule. In observance of … [Read more...] about Bear Valley Unified Schools Early Release Today
San Bernardino Mountains - KBHR, The City of Big Bear Lake and San Bernardino County reminds you to be safe and courteous when visiting the mountains. Mountain residents, public safety agencies and government service providers are bracing for the usual mass migration of snow lovers from all parts of Southern California while urging them to be courteous, be … [Read more...] about Be Safe – Be Courteous – Be Respectful and Have Fun in the Mountains
UPDATE: Due to the incoming storm and the already-limited parking conditions prompted by storms earlier this week, the Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead counts have been canceled. The counts at Lake Hemet, Silverwood Lake and Lake Perris are still scheduled. Additionally, the 11 a.m. bald eagle talk at the Big Bear Discovery Center is also still scheduled. Big Bear, CA - The live … [Read more...] about UPDATE: EAGLE COUNT POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER – Big Bear Bald Eagles Are Mating.