Yes, Big Bear has a Community Garden, actually two of them. Our first location, “China Gardens”, is located at 42050 Fox Farm Road, Big Bear Lake. It boasts 46 individual raised beds, over 700 sq. feet of food pantry growing area and 7 fruit trees. Fox Farm street side shows off the DWP Xeriscape Demonstration Gardens.
The Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center is a 400-seat, state-of-the-art theater. The Center promotes and encourages performing arts, including events and programs designed to take advantage of the full range and flexibility of the Center. It also develops community outreach programs and unique opportunities for individual performers, as well as for broad segments of the community through their direct involvement in community theater presentations. In addition, the City sponsors special events by major artists.
Want to see a dramatic play, concert or musical? Call the Box Office for a current list of events at (909) 866-4970 or buy tickets on-line.
The local Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is located at:
42040 Garstin Drive Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Hours of Operation: Saturday (9 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
Businesses generating hazardous waste on a regular basis must:
Download a new, free App for IE 511, the online traffic service Inland Empire commuters are already familiar with.
The app delivers a quality on-the-go solution for rerouting their commutes around congestion. The App is available in both the iTunes Store and Android Market.
Traffic info for all of Southern California is included in the online map, which offers real-time traffic information, incident and sig alert information, cameras, and advisories posted on changeable message signs. For example, when there is snow, the new App puts chain control information right on the map. Freeway and state route closures appear as alert screens upon start up of the App. Just like any other smart phone App, the user taps the logo and is connected to the IE511 phone service from anywhere.