Fireworks ARE ILLEGAL
Big Bear Valley
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Located in Big Bear
Lake, California in the San Bernardino Mountains,
the Big Bear Assistant Chief-Fire Marshal Mike Maltby
asks that everyone be alert and aware of the importance of a state legal
law and especially everywhere in our mountain community, to have in your possession
or ignite fireworks.
can be beautiful, but they can be unpredictable and deadly. Numerous fires have
resulted from the use of personal fireworks, not to mention causing severe
injuries to the users.
fireworks are illegal throughout Big Bear Valley, including “safe and sane”
fireworks. In addition, all fireworks that explode, shoot into the air or move
along the ground are termed dangerous and are illegal anywhere in California.
you see something, say something and call 9-1-1
See Something Say Something
Marshal Mike Maltby states, “The only fireworks allowed in Big Bear Valley
are the professional 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular over Big Bear Lake. No
personal fireworks are allowed. Fire officials will be issuing citations with
fines up to $1,000 for fireworks violations.”
Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake provides our Residents and Valley Visitors with
world-class fireworks on the evening of July 4th, visible from many
vantage points. Sit back and enjoy the show.
this website: http://www.bigbearlake.net/EPIC-Entertainment
July 4th in Big Bear
Big Bear Fire Department encourages the community to be safe and sane this holiday, and if someone is seen using personal
fireworks, call 9-1-1 immediately.
For additional information, please contact Big Bear Fire
Department at www.bigbearfire.org or (909) 866-7566.
Fire Chief Jeff Willis
Big Bear Fire Authority was formed under
a Joint Powers Agreement in 2012 combining Big Bear Lake Fire Protection District
and Big Bear City Fire Department, now commonly known as Big Bear Fire
Department. Since its inception, the Big Bear Fire Department is committed to
providing Big Bear Valley with professional fire, medical and emergency
services “Protecting Lives and Property,” with timely response to fire and