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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. Learn More

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. Read more here

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, let us know

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2015 Urban Water Management Plan Submitted  - The City of Big Bear Lake Department of Water (BBLDWP) 2015 Urban Water Management Plan has been approved by the BBLDWP Board of Commissioners and submitted to the California Department of Water Resources. Read on...

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. Read on...

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. Read on...

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