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February 27, 2023__ Sacramento, CA__

Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh 23rd District, “With the recent storms hitting our region, I want to provide you with locations to find important information for the Big Bear Valley communities.  My office has been communicating with local agencies working to clear the roadways.  Please monitor the social media pages and websites provided below for road conditions, as they may change to allow for public use.  My office has been hearing concerns from your community.

Assemblyman Tom Lackey and I have asked Governor Newsom to declare a State of Emergency to provide additional resources to help local agencies respond to these needs. Certain thresholds must be met for the Governor to declare a State of Emergency. I have informed the Governor that the storms hitting the San Bernardino Mountains have created serious and pressing issues that need additional State assistance.” 

City of Big Bear Lake Specific Emergency Information

  • 24-Hour Snow Removal Hotline (909) 752-2830
  • Snow Removal & Berm Reduction Issues (909) 752-2830
  • SB County/Big Bear Sheriff – Non-Emergency (909) 866-0100
  • Big Bear Fire Dept. – Non-Emergency (909) 866-7566
  • Bear Valley Community Hospital (909) 866-6501
  • Cal Trans (909) 383-4631

Additional Community Contact Information

  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans): Visit https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/ for the latest road conditions and traffic updates.
  • San Bernardino County Public Works: Visit https://dpw.sbcounty.gov/operations/road-closures/ for the latest county-maintained roads conditions, including any closures or restrictions.
  • National Weather Service San Diego: Visit https://www.weather.gov/sgx/ for the latest weather information impacting the San Bernardino County Mountain Communities. This includes information on snowfall, wind conditions, and other weather-related hazards.
  • San Bernardino County Fire Protection District (909) 387-5974

Current road condition information can be found at https://roads.dot.ca.gov/ as well as, Caltrans District 8 social media

  • Twitter @caltrans8
  • Instagram @caltrans8
  • Facebook @caltrans8

In response to mountain-area road closures caused by this weather, the Red Cross has opened a shelter at Redlands East Valley High School (31000 E. Colton Ave, Redlands) for mountain residents unable to return home and seeking safe shelter.

Please monitor the provided social media and websites for current road conditions as they change. If additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh 23rd District Office at (909) 335-0271. 

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Website: https://ochoa-bogh.cssrc.us/ 

Capitol Office
1021 O Street, Room 7220
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 651-4023

Redlands District Office
1758 Orange Tree Lane, Suite B
Redlands, CA 92374
Phone: (909) 335-0271