Big Bear, CA, March 12th, 2016 - Sunday, March 13 is Daylight Saving Time, a time to “spring forward” one hour. You know what that means, change your clocks, and change your batteries! While phones, computers, and tablets may change themselves, it’s up to you to keep yourself and your family safe by changing your smoke alarm batteries. Working smoke alarms save lives, that … [Read more...] about San Bernardino County Fire Department Reminds You To Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries
Search Results for: Fire & Safety
Big Bear, CA, February 11th, 2016 - Big Bear firefighters will compete in the “Scott Firefighter Stairclimb” in Seattle, Washington on March 6, 2016. This is the 7th year Big Bear’s local firefighters have participated in this test of endurance to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Firefighters will climb 69 flights of stairs in Seattle’s tallest building, the Columbia … [Read more...] about Big Bear Firefighters Climb for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!
Big Bear, CA, July 9, 2015, 11:40am - The Lake Fire has remained at approximately 31,359 acres in size and is 98% contained and is being managed by Jason Winbigler’s Type 3 Team from the San Bernardino National Forest. The fire behavior is currently minimal with heavy fuels smoldering within the perimeter. Smoke may be visible, however it is all well inside the containment … [Read more...] about The “Lake Fire” Complete Story as Updated
Big Bear Lake, CA, July 3, 2013 - While most of us are looking forward to one of the top-rated fireworks shows in California this Thursday, the boom of pyrotechnics can terrify cats and dogs. This severe anxiety often takes the form of uncontrollable shaking, panting, clawing, and frantic meowing or barking. But in some cases, an animal's reaction to these stressful sounds … [Read more...] about Pets & Pyrotechnics: Plan Ahead
Big Bear Lake, CA, March 30, 2013 - A dry winter in California has officials concerned that this year’s wildfire season could arrive early and have more severe impacts. Already the state has had to battle early wildfires, including a fire in Riverside County on February 28. According to the National Weather Service, many areas in Southern California, are well below the average … [Read more...] about Wildfire Home Assessment & Checklist