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Measuring Progress, Drop by Drop
When in drought, every drop counts. When every drop counts, water agencies count on every meter to accurately measure those drops. The DWP is nearly a year ahead of schedule on our radio read installation program.
Be Proud, be a Know-It-All!
Impress your friends and neighbors with all the juicy details of the DWP's water use regulations. Report water waste violations by calling 1(909) 866-LEAK or 866-5050 X 268. Learn more: Visit
Water Use Regulations
Don't Doubt the Drought
California is in a state of emergency. The Big Bear community must reduce our water consumption by 13%; currently we are at 10.6%. Regulations are still in effect.
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Save Some Green
Saving water and saving money go hand in hand when you take advantage of BBLDWP rebates. Before you replace an inefficient toilet or remove your lawn,
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Boulevard Construction Continues
- Beginning mid-July, the Big Bear Lake Department of Water (BBLDWP) will join several other agencies in completing construction along Big Bear Boulevard before the thoroughfare gets a facelift from CalTrans in 2017.
BBLDWP has submitted self-certification data to the State ensuring a three-year supply.
- The State Water Resources Control Board adopted a statewide approach replacing the percentage-based water conservation standard with a localized “stress test” approach to ensure at least a three year supply of water under drought conditions.
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DWP Closed in observance of Independence Day
14th Annual Xeriscape Garden Tour
Regular Board Meeting
City of Big Bear Lake, Department of Water (DWP)
41972 Garstin Dr. | P.O. Box 1929 | Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Ph: (909) 866-5050 | Fax: (909) 866-3184
Mon - Fri: 8 am - 4:30 pm
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