Land Development & Construction
Solid Waste Mgmt.
High Desert Corridor
Snow removal operations are part of the County road budget which is financed through our share of State allocations from gasoline sales taxes and vehicle registration fees. Over 2800 miles of County roads must be maintained throughout the year with these rather limited funds.
The necessity for serving mountain area residents in a comparatively short, but devastating snow season can seriously affect the road maintenance program for the entire County. We ask your patience and understanding during these times.
Snow Removal Guide
Snow Removal Video
Snow Removal FAQ
Snow Plowing Routes
Big Bear Lake
Forest Falls, Angelus Oaks, Barton Flats, Oak Glen
Phelan, Piñon Hills, Oak Hills
Wrightwood, Mt. Baldy, Lytle Creek, Devore
*Note: The snowplow maps display general primary and secondary routes. The routes are subject to change based on weather conditions.
If you would like us to treat your complaint
, we will respect your request, but still have the option to contact you for further information and/or to update you with the status of your request. If you wish to remain anonymous, comments cannot be fully investigated due to lack of ability for clarification of comments (if needed) but will be investigated as much as possible with details provided. Thank you.
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