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SAN BERNARDINO COVID-19 DASHBOARD

IMPORTANT LOCAL INFORMATION!

Click on the link above to view the

San Bernardino County Covid-19 Dashboard. 

 

See the latest information on local statistics relating to the Coronavirus.

You will be able to view the following:

Case Summary  

Location List

Demographics 

Overall Test Counts and Results

Details

This Dashboard is updated regularly.

LOCAL FOOD

TO GO

A GUIDE TO LOCAL EATERIES THAT OFFER FOOD TO GO!  MANY HAVE OPENED FOR DINE IN

Please Support Our Local Food Establishments

LOUEDDIE'S PIZZA

   909 336-4931

THE LAKEFRONT TAPROOM

   909 744-8887

THE GRAPEVINE

   909 337-6700

ST. NICK'S AT SKYPARK

   909 744-9373

ROSALVA'S

   909 337-7733

RB'S STEAKHOUSE

   909 336-4363

BILLS VILLAGER

   909 337-9069

THE COTTAGE

   909 744-9808

PUGLIA'S

   909 744-8859

CEDAR GLEN INN

   909 337-8999

SUBWAY

   909 337-9293

TEA & COFFEE EXCHANGE

   909 336-5600

MCDONALD'S

   909 693-3413

DOGWOOD TAVERN

   909 744-9841

MANDARIN GARDEN

   909 337-4095

LAKE ARROWHEAD VILLAGE PIZZA

   909 337-0723

PAPAGAYOS

   909 337-9529

SANTIAGO'S TACO SHOP

   909 342-6446

STONE CREEK BISTRO

   909 337-3663

EDISON: WILDFIRE SEASON

 

Dear Customer:

We understand what a stressful time this is, and how important it is for all our customers and their families to have access to electricity at home. The women and men of SCE are as focused as ever on safely providing reliable service to our customers, and we’re continuing to work 24/7 to serve our communities. For more information, visit our Response to COVID-19 page.

SCE is committed to continuing with the work necessary to protect public safety including reducing wildfire risk as well as helping our communities be prepared for Public Safety Power Shutoffs.

You can also sign up for PSPS Alerts at sce.com/pspsalerts. If you depend on electrically-powered medical equipment, you may be eligible for SCE’s Medical Baseline program. Learn about the program and how to apply at sce.com/medicalbaseline.

LAKE LEVEL
JULY 31, 2020
Full Lake Elevation:              5106.70' 
Current Lake Elevation:       5105.39'
Lake Level BELOW Full:        -15.72"
Water Surface Temperature:     72.1°

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LAKE ARROWHEAD NEWS!

WILLOW CREEK SPILLWAY

MARCH 7, 2019

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ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTIONS 2020

The Arrowhead Lake Association (ALA) begins its' election process this year for 5 Board seats beginning on August 1, 2020. Those Board of Directors seats expiring this year are:  

At-Large District A, At-Large District B, North District, South District and Grass Valley District.

The Board seat terms are for 4 years. There are currently no term limits. All eligible ALA Members who wish to run for a Board seat, can go to the ALA office at the Marina to pick up Candidate Nomination applications beginning on August 1 through August 15. All prospective candidates must pick up the nomination application in person. For full election guidelines and rules, visit the ALA website and review the section on Board Elections in the association Bylaws. Web address: www.ala-ca.org  Phone: 909 337-2595

August 01         Nomination applications available in the office. / Campaigning period begins

August 15         Deadline for filing nomination papers is 5:00 PM in ALA office

August 22         Candidate Meet & Greet at the Marina – Noon to 2:00 PM

August 29         Candidates Forum via Zoom – 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

September 01   Deadline for distribution of ballots to members

September 22   Deadline for return of ballots / Campaign period ends

October 10        Announcement of election results

October 24        Seating of newly elected Directors (end of the regular board meeting)

The Election Schedule is as follows:
(a) The Board of Directors shall appoint one (1) or three (3) inspector(s) of election on or before July 31.

(b) August 1 through August 15: Nomination applications are available at the Association Office. The prospective candidate must pick up the nomination application in person.
(c) Deadline for filing nomination papers at the Association office shall be August 15 at 5:00 p.m.
(d) In the event of a contested election (whether it is a District and/or at large seat), two events shall be held - one candidates’ forum and one candidates’ meet and greet (“Candidates’ Events”) - both Candidates’ Events will be held on two different dates between August 16 and the first Saturday of September as noticed by the Association; the Association shall publicize the Candidates’ Events by posting a notice on the Association’s website, posting a notice on the community board outside the Association’s administrative building as well as by publication in a local newspaper serving Arrowhead Woods. The candidates’ forum shall be moderated by a neutral third party and candidates shall not assert influence over the selection of the forum moderator. For purposes of this section, a “neutral third party” cannot be: a) a board member or a candidate running for the board of directors, b) a person related to a board member or to a candidate
running for the board of directors, or c) a person who has endorsed a candidate(s). There shall be no moderator for the candidates’ meet and greet. Candidate participation in the Candidates’ Events shall be optional.

(e) September 1, 5:00 p.m.: Deadline for distribution of written, electronic or telephonic ballots to Residential Members in good standing.
(f) Deadline for return of ballots is September 22 at 5:00 p.m. If September 22 falls on a Sunday, then any written ballots must be returned no later than 5:00 p.m. of the next business day.
(g) Second Saturday in October: Deadline for announcement of election results.
(h) Fourth Saturday in October: Seating of newly elected Directors

CANVASSING PROGRAM IN MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES BEGINS JULY 22

NEWS RELEASE

                                                                                                                                    Public Health

                                                                                                                                    Lana Culp

                                                                                                                                    Public Health Information Officer

                                                                                                                                    (909) 387-9147

                                                                                                                                    Lana.Culp@dph.sbcounty.gov

 

July 14, 2020

Canvassing program in mountain communities begins July 22

 

San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control (ACC) will begin a door-to-door canvass in the communities of Blue Jay, Crestline, Cedar Glen, Cedar Pines Park, Green Valley Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Rim Forest, Twin Peaks and Valley of Enchantment. Canvassing will start July 22.

The goal of the canvassing program is to educate the public on responsible pet ownership and ensure all dogs over the age of four months have a current license and rabies vaccine.  A license also helps identify the owner of a lost dog so they can be quickly reunited. All pit bull and pit bull-type dogs are required to be spayed or neutered.

Pet owners can prepare by having current dog licenses, vaccination records and spay/neuter certificates available to avoid possible citations. Owners of unlicensed dogs may obtain a license before canvassing begins at the following locations or online.

San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control                                                                                             

351 N. Mountain View Ave., San Bernardino                                                                                                                      Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

Devore Animal Shelter

19777 Shelter Way, San Bernardino

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Big Bear Animal Shelter                                                                                                                                                  

42080 North Shore Dr., Big Bear City                                                                                                             
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.                                                                             

Wednesday, 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Licensing may also be purchased or renewed online at www.sbcounty.gov/acc.

A dog license costs $36 for an altered dog and $18 for disabled or senior residents (65 years and older). An unaltered dog license costs $120.  A $20 late fee will apply if an owner has been notified and the license application or renewal is 30 days late. 

Financial assistance is available for spaying and neutering of cats and dogs.  Call the Pet Over Population Coalition (POPCO) at (888) 767-2550 or visit www.popco-inc.org for more information.

ACC is doing its part to help the community achieve the Countywide Vision by ensuring residents and their pets can thrive in a safe environment. Information on the Countywide Vision can be found at www.sbcounty.gov

LAKE ARROWHEAD'S 

4th OF JULY FIREWORKS SHOW CANCELED AGAIN!

IMPORTANT UPDATE!

As of July 1, 2020, the Lake Arrowhead Fireworks Show scheduled for July 4th has been canceled. The on-again off-again Independence Day Fireworks Show over Lake Arrowhead appears to be a victim of the COVID-19 restrictions placed on San Bernardino County by the State of California Governor. Reaction on social media has been mixed. The scheduled aircraft Freedom Fly-Over Show will still be held on the 4th of July.

The Arrowhead Lake Association posted the following on its website:

"July 4th ALA Fireworks Spectacular is POSTPONED!

Due to a mandate from the State of California and San Bernardino County, the ALA Fireworks Show is postponed. The ALA Board of Directors and the ALA staff are very disappointed that the show had to be postponed, but we are not alone. Fireworks shows in San Bernardino, Orange and Los Angeles Counties have all been postponed or canceled, including the fireworks show at Big Bear here on our mountain.

For those people who think the ALA could proceed regardless of County approval, please realize that without a fireworks permit, the contractor that the ALA hires to provide and launch fireworks will not do the show. The ALA had no option.

Another important factor that we all should consider is that the postponement of the fireworks show will cut back on the thousands of people that would have come up for the show which would increase the risk of spreading COVID-19 to our mountain community.

The rescheduling of the fireworks show is not determined at this time since it is dependent on the slowing of the COVID-19 pandemic. Potential shows on Labor Day or New Years Eve will be considered.

Even though the fireworks show is postponed, we are pleased to announce that the Freedom Fly Over show of special aircraft planned for our 4th of July program is still on, with the main show starting at 5:15 pm.

Once again, all of us at the ALA are disappointed to not have a fireworks show this weekend, but we still wish all our members and their guests a safe and happy 4th of July weekend on our wonderful Lake Arrowhead."

The San Bernardino Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station issued the following statement:

"The Lake Arrowhead fireworks show scheduled for Saturday, July 4th has been cancelled in response to the governor implemented and mandated restrictions due to the recent rise of Covid-19 cases in San Bernardino County. All fireworks remain illegal in San Bernardino County and especially in the mountain areas, with fines up to $1,250 for the first offense with the possibility of arrest." To report illegal fireworks please call 909-387-8313 or report online through https://bit.ly/SBCoReportFireworks
#SBCSDTwinPeaks #ReportIllegalFireworks   #KeepOurMountainSafe

As more information becomes available, Lake Arrowhead News will update this Developing Story.

LAKE ARROWHEAD JULY 4TH FIREWORKS SHOW IS BACK ON FOR SATURDAY, JULY 4TH, 2020 AT 9:00 PM.
In an email announcement to Arrowhead Lake Association members, the ALA has announced that it's July 4th Fireworks Show is back on. Originally cancelled due to San Bernardino County COVID-19 restrictions for large gatherings which included "Public fireworks shows would be limited to drive-up participation only as opposed to the traditional gatherings in parks or athletic fields. Applications to the Fire Marshal for fireworks shows would require the applicant to agree to these terms, and the Fire Marshal could revoke a permit in the event of a violation." 

The ALA issued the following announcement:


"The ALA and ALA Board of Directors listened to members who said they very much wanted to have July 4th fireworks, so we went back to San Bernardino County with a revised plan for the ALA July 4th Fireworks Spectacular.  


We are delighted to announce that an alternative has been worked out with the County which will allow the ALA Fireworks Spectacular to be held on Saturday, July 4 th at 9:00pm.

The fireworks will still be launched over Lake Arrowhead, but the location will be moved to the East end of the lake between the Outlet Tower and Emerald Bay. The County approved the new location since the primary viewing will be from boats or properties at the East end of the lake where social distancing can be better controlled. The fireworks will not be as readily viewable from Lake Arrowhead Village or Tavern Bay Beach Club area, where social distancing would have been difficult to maintain.  We realize that the new location has limitations, but at least it allows the July 4 th Fireworks Spectacular to still be held."

With the new location of the Fireworks Show, it will be the first time in decades that the fireworks will not be launched from the Lake Arrowhead Village Bay on the South Shore.  

A PEACEFUL PROTEST IN

BLUE JAY DRAWS A LARGE CROWD

A peaceful protest supporting the Black Lives Matter movement was held Friday, June 5th from 12:00 am till 3:00 pm in Blue Jay Village.

According to sources, approximately 500 participants showed up at the intersection of Highway 173 and North Bay Road. The protesters lined up on the sidewalk in front of the Blue Jay Cinema and across the street in front of the former McDonalds. The well organized crowd was made up of mostly supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement with a small number of counter protesters present. There were speeches and an 8 minute moment of silence to honor George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, who died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020, after a police officer knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes while Floyd was handcuffed and lying face down on the street. There was a noticeable number of law enforcement present providing the community with protection should any unlawful acts occur. Captain Don Lupear of the Twin Peaks Sheriff Station circulated within the protesters insuring a safe as possible environment for those present.

The peaceful protest was organized by local resident Ava McDonald. In response to a concerned community about the potential for violence or vandalism, McDonald posted a statement on Facebook: "To my fellow mountain residents, please know that we hear your concerns. We stand for non-violent support, and have created guidelines to insure a peaceful gathering exercising our 1st amendment rights. To those who have stood up for the movement: thank you. Your support means everything."  In a published set of guidelines, the organizers of the protest wrote, "We are here to be peaceful.  We are here to honor George Floyd and the innumerable number of people of color who have fallen victim to racism. We will not obstruct vehicle traffic, or disrupt businesses in any way. We will stand peacefully to spread support and information for the #BlackLivesMatter movement."

On June 3rd, San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon issued a statement in part saying "We stand alongside those who stand up against social injustice and remain committed to working with those determined to improve the quality of life for every member of society."

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THE LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (MAC) WILL MEET THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2020 VIA ZOOM

The Lake Arrowhead MAC will meet on Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 6:00 pm via Zoom.

·        Join Zoom Meeting

·        https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84971187392

·        Meeting ID: 849 7118 7392

·        Password: 744157

The community is invited to attend.

Due to the current situation related to Covid-19, this month’s Lake Arrowhead MAC meeting will be held via Zoom. If you plan to attend, make sure to download and create a free account for your mobile device or computer at https://zoom.us/ prior to the meeting. Once your account is set up, all you will need to do is click on the “Join the Zoom Meeting” link a few minutes before 6:00 pm and you will be connected.

Meeting Agenda

Thursday June 4, 2020 | 6:00 p.m.

 

Location: This meeting will be held online via Zoom


To log into the LAMAC Zoom meeting, use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84971187392 Password: 744157


1.0 Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance: Chair Scott L Rindenow


2.0 Guest Speakers:
a. Luther Snoke, Deputy Executive Officer, San Bernardino County Administration Office
b. San Bernardino County Weed Abatement


3.0 Approval of Minutes: May 7, 2020


4.0 Announcements from the LAMAC Board Members


5.0 Community Input: This is an opportunity for the Council to hear public comments on items not specifically included on the Agenda. Members of the community desiring to address the Council are asked to give their name, address, and subject on a Speaker Form provided at the meeting and give to the Chair. Comments are limited to 3 minutes. Speakers will be called upon by the Chair at the appropriate time to speak


6.0 Community & Government Updates: This is an opportunity for Community Representatives & Government agencies to update the LAMAC on items of interest to the Lake Arrowhead Communities.
Committee Member Scott L. Rindenow
 SB County Sherriff
 California Highway Patrol
 Lake Arrowhead Village
 Rim of the World Unified School District


Committee Member Ken Stowe
 SB County Fire
 Cal Fire
 US Forest Service


Committee Member Michelle Ambrozic
 Representatives of Elected Officials in attendance
 Friends of Lake Arrowhead Mountain Communities (FLAMC)
 Arrowhead Lake Association


Committee Member James Grant
 Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce
 Rim of the World Association of Realtors
 Rim Historical Society
 Mountain Transit


Committee Member Duane Banner
 Rim of the World Recreation & Park District
 Skypark / Santa’s Village
 Arrowhead Arts Association
 Other Government or Community Organizations present


7.0 Unfinished Business:
a. None


8.0 New Business
a. None


9.0 Supervisor’s Report – Lewis Murray: This is an opportunity for the County Supervisor’s Representative to update the LAMAC on items of interest from Janice Rutherford, Second District Supervisor and/or items as requested by the LAMAC at its previous meeting.
 

10.0 Next Meeting: August 6, 2020
 

11.0 Adjournment: The Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council meeting facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. If assisted listening devices or other auxiliary aides or services are needed in order to participate in the public meeting, requests should be made through the Municipal Advisory Council Secretary at least three (3) business days prior to the meeting. The Secretary’s telephone number is (909) 387-4833 and the office is located at 385 North Arrowhead Ave., 5th Floor, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0110. The Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council agenda is posted prior to meetings at Fire Station No. 91. Copies of Agendas are available to interested parties upon receipt of written request.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM RIM OF THE WORLD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT AND STATER BROS. MARKETS

THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT INFORMATION COMES FROM THE RIM OF THE WORLD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT AND STATER BROS. MARKETS:

 RIM OF THE WORLD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

UPDATE

Hello Rim of the World Unified School District Families and Employees,

 

After much deliberation with all San Bernardino Superintendents, State and County agencies we are extending school closure for students until May 4, 2020. Staff will return on May 1, 2020. This extension of school closure is subject to further extension should directives change from any Federal, State or County agencies. Meals will continue to be distributed on Wednesdays.

 

A supplemental instructional plan will be provided to families Monday, March 23, 2020, for the next 2 weeks. Additional learning materials will be provided following spring break and for the remainder of the closure. More detailed information about distance learning resources will be provided in a separate email.

 

Rim of the World Unified School District will not be providing daycare during this time as it is not feasible for us to do so while adhering to recommendations of no gatherings and keeping sites closed with support from the San Bernardino County Department of Health.

 

We will continue to update families during this National emergency. Please follow public guidelines to keep your families safe. Thank you for your ongoing support during these difficult times for our nation.

 

Michelle Murphy

Superintendent for Rim of the World Unified School District

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

STATER BROS. MARKETS

UPDATE

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020, all 169 Stater Bros. locations will open at 7:45 AM for Senior shopping (65+). This will allow our most vulnerable customers time to shop  for essential items in a less crowded environment. We are in this together to keep our community safe!

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Stater Bros. Markets Extends Operating Hours

San Bernardino, California (April 24, 2020) - Effective Monday, April 27, 2020 all 169 Stater Bros.  Markets locations will modify their temporary operating hours to 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. The stores will continue to offer an exclusive senior shopping hour from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. daily. These store hour modifications will be effective until further notice.

“We are dedicated to serving our community by offering our valued customers additional time to shop for their essential needs,” stated Stater Bros. CEO Pete Van Helden.

Stater Bros. Markets will continue to take preventive measures to protect the health and safety of its valued customers and loyal employees. All employees are required to wear face coverings, plexiglass barriers have been installed on all checkstands, and social distancing and sanitation protocols will be maintained throughout the day. The company will continue to follow the guidance provided by health professionals and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

About Stater Bros. Markets:

Stater Bros. Markets was founded in 1936 in Yucaipa, California, and has grown steadily through the years to become the largest privately-owned supermarket chain in Southern California. The Company currently operates 169 supermarkets, and there are approximately 18,000 members of the Stater Bros. Supermarket Family. Since 2008, Stater Bros. Markets and Stater Bros. Charities have contributed more than $80 million in food and funds to local Southern California communities. For more information about Stater Bros. Markets, visit www.staterbros.com.

STATER BROS. MARKETS...SERVING SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOR NEARLY 84 YEARS

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM BURRTEC WASTE INDUSTRIES

 

Burrtec Waste Provides Uninterrupted Service Through COVID-19 Crisis

FONTANA, CA (March 27, 2020) – Burrtec Waste is committed to continuing to serve customers throughout Southern California during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

“As a community partner in the region, we will maintain trash and recycling collection every day,” said Cole Burr, the company’s President and CEO.

 

As an essential public service that remains operational, the company has taken steps to protect employees and customers from COVID-19 and is following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to minimize potential transmission.

 

Customers are encouraged to use alternatives to in-person bill payments by using Burrtec office drop boxes, U.S. mail, or going online at burrtec.com. Customer service representatives remain available by phone to answer questions and address concerns.

 

“Waste collection is an essential service, especially during these difficult times when people don’t need one more thing to worry about,” Burr said. “Our company’s mission is ‘We’ll take care of it,’ and that hasn’t changed with the current situation.”

 

Burrtec is continuing to work with communities it serves throughout Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles and Imperial counties, to provide residential and commercial recycling and solid waste services. 

 

About Burrtec Waste Industries

Burrtec provides curbside service to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in 109 communities across Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles and Imperial counties, and operates five recycling and transfer facilities and a landfill. The company also provides event and customized services and is an expert on California regulation and legislation regarding recycling, refuse, and the environment.

ALA MEMBERS TO VOTE ON BAN OF SHORT TERM RENTERS

ACCESS 

STORY UPDATE:

ALA IS POSTPONING THE VOTE OF WHETHER SHORT TERM RENTERS SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO LAKE ARROWHEAD. THIS DECISION IS MADE BECAUSE OF AN ERROR MADE BY THE PRINTER IN PRINTING THE WRONG BALLOT, COMBINED MORE IMPORTANTLY, WITH ALA CONCERNS OF CONDUCTING A VOTE IN THE MIDST OF THE EXISTING COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE CALIFORNIA GOVERNORS RECENT STAY-AT-HOME DECLARATION. THE VOTE WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE.NOTICE OF REVISIONS FOR VOTE ON WHETHER SHORT TERM RENTERS SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO LAKE ARROWHEAD.
 
Based on feedback from the ALA membership, the upcoming vote on Short Term Renter access to Lake Arrowhead has been revised and will now begin on March 13, 2020.  (See updated proposed By-Law by clicking on the link below)

 

The Arrowhead Lake Association (ALA) is asking its members to vote on whether or not to ban or partially ban Arrowhead Woods Short Term Renters from having access to Lake Arrowhead and its properties. Click here to see the proposed By-Law Ballot.


Notice of a Member vote was recently sent by email, mail and was posted on the association's website. On February 27, 2020, a written ballot will be mailed to all ALA Members with two questions to vote on. First, the Members will be asked to either vote YES, if they want to limit or stop the use of ALA Property by Short Term Renters, or to vote NO, if they do not want a new Bylaw to define regulations for Short Term Renter use of ALA Property.


Additionally, members will be asked to choose between two By-Law change options. The first will completely ban Short Term Renters from any use or access to ALA properties or the lake. The second By-Law change option grants Short Term Renters the ability to use the Beach Clubs and the trails as long as the property owner of the rental, pays an annual fee to the ALA. The renters will still not be able to access Lake Arrowhead, ALA parks, any dock or pier site or receive ALA boat operator licenses, use kayaks, paddle boards, boats, sail, fish or swim in Lake Arrowhead or Grass Valley Lake.


Reading the association's By-Laws and governing documents, ALA’s ballot explanation and directions to the membership, appears to be contradicting existing By-Laws and most importantly, the 1964 Agreement of Settlement and Compromise. The 1964 agreement which ALA is a successor to, specifically addresses the rights of Property Owners in the Woods, their Lessees and House Guests relating to the use and access of Lake Arrowhead and its properties.  The By-laws state that if there is a conflict between the ALA By-Laws and the 1964 Agreement, the 1964 Agreement rules. The complete 1964 agreement can be found on the ALA website at http://www.ala-ca.org/docs/1964_Agreement_complete_ocr_ver.pdf.  


Should a member decide to vote NO on the first question, meaning they don’t want any changes to the current By-Laws, they are still being required to vote on the second question of the ballot as to which proposed By-Law change they would prefer. This requirement appears to be in conflict with a NO vote. As one ALA Member told Lake Arrowhead News, “I am really confused by this ballot.”
Ballots are due back by mail or in the ALA office by April 1, 2020.

At the November 23, 2019 ALA Board Meeting, the agenda included a Board vote on a full ban on Short Term Renters access to Lake Arrowhead and ALA’s properties. It was announced by President Clifford that no vote would be taken that day, and a Town Hall Meeting for the Members to address the Short Term Rental Issues would be held on January 11, 2020. That Town Hall Meeting was cancelled and not rescheduled. Notice was then sent to the Membership that a Ballot Vote by the Members would be taking place.

At the February 22, 2020 ALA Board Meeting, well over 100 members attended the standing room only monthly meeting on a cold and wet morning. Members entering the meeting, were asked to show their Membership Cards and photo ID. Also present were two uniformed Sheriff Deputies and ALA’s Corporate Counsel. 


The majority of the Members were there to address the upcoming ALA ballot vote on the Short Term Rental ban. The usual “Questions and Answers” item was missing from the agenda while “Member Comments” were moved to the end of the agenda allowing Members to make statements to the Board. ALA President Gary Clifford left the meeting early during the roughly 90 minutes of Member Comments thereafter, Vice President Eran Heissler presided. Of the nearly 40 Member comments, only a handful spoke in favor of the proposed ban. The majority who addressed the Board, shared their concern with the confusing language of the upcoming Ballot, their opposition to ALA taking away property rights to Lake Arrowhead which they claimed are provided for in the 1964 Agreement to their Lessees. Many stated that a ban would have a major impact on their ability to rent their properties. Many Members claimed they do not make very much money on these rentals and need the rental income to allow them to afford their houses in Lake Arrowhead. Without the additional income, they would be forced to sell their homes. The Ballot “is a stacked deck” in favor of the ban said one Member. One Attorney Member who spoke, made it clear to the Board, that if a ban was approved, there would be a lawsuit filed against the association and an injunction filed to stop any implementation of the ban. Several Members also shared their concern that if this ban was implemented, it could lead to racial discrimination in order to enforce the ban. ALA Corporate Counsel stood up and stated that that would not happen. Members in favor of the ban spoke of their experiences with bad behavior in their neighborhoods, on the lake and at their docks by Short Term Renters.


If you have any questions regarding this Ballot, contact the Arrowhead Lake Association at 909 337-2595. The next meeting of the ALA Board will be held on March 28, 2020 at 9:00 AM at the Burnt Mill Beach Club Clubhouse.

CALTRANS SLOPE STABILIZATION PROJECT ON HIGHWAY 173

 

Caltans District 8 Public and Media Affairs Chief Terri Kasinga has issued the following Press Release regarding the Slope Stabilization project on Highway 173 in Lake Arrowhead:

 

SAN BERNARDINO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) began preliminary work in advance of a slope stabilization project on State Route 173 (SR 173) between Hospital Road and Cedar Glen Road in Lake Arrowhead. The purpose of the project is to stabilize the slope below SR 173, which is eroded and failing above Lake Arrowhead. The project will realign the roadway, construct a soil nail wall, rebuild the slope below the road, and replace guardrail mounted on a fifteen-foot concrete barrier.

 

The $11.6 million project will begin in spring 2020 and will be complete in fall 2022. Preliminary work was required in advance of the actual beginning of the construction project to remove twenty-five identified trees to make room for the slope repairs. Caltrans Maintenance crews began work this week to expedite the tree removal in advance of the actual project start date to avoid the bird nesting moratorium, which takes place each spring into summer, and to avoid delays to the project start date.

The remainder of the tree removal will be completed the week of January 27. The tree removal work and actual construction project requires lane closures with flagging for the duration of the project, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Caltrans staff have coordinated with the nearby hospital for emergency response.

Know before you go! To stay on top of roadwork in the Inland Empire go to Caltrans District 8 and sign up for commuter alerts. Follow us for the latest information on Facebook and Twitter. To assist in planning your commute, view live traffic conditions using QuickMap and planned lane closures.

For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Emily Leinen at (909) 383-4631 or TTY 711 by January 31, 2020.

ALA BOARD APPROVES NEW $100.00 FISHING FEE

At the Saturday, January 25, 2020 Arrowhead Lake Association Board Meeting held at the Burnt Mill Beach Club, the Board voted to approve an "Annual Fishing Pass."  The Pass will be required for all Arrowhead Woods property owners including but not limited to ALA Members who wish to fish on Lake Arrowhead. The fee for the annual Pass will be $100.00. This is the first time in ALA's history that a fee will be charged by the association for fishing on the lake. The State of California will still require a State issued Fishing License for those 16 years of age and over.


The Pass will be required to be worn while fishing on ALA property. At the meeting, the majority of members who spoke to the Annual Fishing Pass were against the proposal while only one member of the ALA Fishing Committee spoke in favor it. There was discussion between the Board and members regarding the lack of notification to the membership concerning the Fish Pass proposal and funding for the Aquaculture Program (fish farm). Both the Fishing Committee and the ALA Finance Committee recommended approval to the Board.


Only 1 Pass will be issued per Membership or APN. According to ALA, all fees from the Fishing Pass will go towards the “ALA Aquaculture Program.”  All Passes are valid from April 1st to March 31st.  There will be a Grace Period until June 30, 2020, thereafter, all individuals must have an ALA Fishing Pass while fishing on ALA property. A $50.00 fine may be imposed for fishing without a Fishing Pass. A violating member will be required to purchase a $100.00 Fishing Pass within 30 days. The Fine Schedule does not address Arrowhead Woods property owners who are not members. A $25.00 fine may be imposed for a Fishing Pass purchased, but not in possession.


In material provided by ALA at the January 25th Board Meeting, it stated that the Aquaculture Program is necessary to insure a supply of fish will be available for stocking Lake Arrowhead. It also stated that the fish hatcheries available to ALA is limited, because it is a private lake. Members at the meeting also expressed concern that if the hatcheries are unable to provide fish to Lake Arrowhead for stocking, how can they provide fingerlings for the proposed fish farm? The Board stated that it will evaluate the Fish Pass program and Aquaculture consultant contract in 6 months, in order to ascertain the level of interest by the members.


A complete set of the Fish Pass informational materials which includes its rules and fines are available on the ALA website at www.ala-ca.org or call 909 337-2595.

APPEAL FILED IN CHURCH OF THE WOODS "SONRISE" PROJECT 

As expected, an appeal has been filed with the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors regarding the approval by the Planning Commission on the proposed Church of the Woods "Sonrise" construction project. Below, is the full Press Release issued by the Save Our Forest Association, The San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society and the San Bernardino Mountains Group, Sierra Club.  For more information on the proposed project, see the Lake Arrowhead News story following this Press Release. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


February 3, 2020


Conservation Groups Appeal San Bernardino County’s Approval Of Church of the Woods’ Sonrise Project in Rimforest


Contacts: Hugh Bialecki, Save Our Forest Association, (909) 336-7504
Peter Jorris, San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society, (909) 867-3536
Steven Farrell, San Bernardino Mountains Group, Sierra Club, (951) 777-9150


On Thursday, January 30, 2020, the Save Our Forest Association, The Sierra Club Mountains Group Of the San Gorgonio Chapter, and the San Bernardino Audubon Society, filed an official appeal to the County of San Bernardino Board of Supervisors, requesting a thorough reexamination of the validity of the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Church of the Woods proposed project. The appeal calls into question the proposed project’s consistency with the General Plan, Development Code, the Lake Arrowhead Community Plan and state environmental laws.


The administrative appeal challenges the Planning Commission’s approval, on January 23, 2020, of the project based on significant unavoidable impacts to traffic and circulation (up to seven new traffic signals), biology (riparian habitat destruction, clearcutting 16.9 acres of forest, harm to threatened and endangered species), noise, and esthetics (massive earthmoving of hillside at Daley Canyon/Hwy 189, and degradation of US Forest Service designated Scenic Byway).


“We support the Church of the Woods congregation in their desire for a larger facility, but cannot allow the County to ignore the laws and policies designed to protect public safety, quality of life, our unique forest environment and imperiled plants and animals,“ said Peter Jorris of the Audubon Society. “The County of San Bernardino needs to follow its own guidelines more faithfully and to accurately assess the full impacts of this project to avoid permanent harm to our community, visitors, the forest and its wildlife.”


Many residents in our community have expressed concern that the proposed project, with over 300 new parking spaces, will create traffic circulation problems from Rimforest to Lake Arrowhead, while increasing the risk of downstream erosion and water quality degradation in Little Bear Creek, the headwaters of Lake Arrowhead.


"We appreciate the Church’s efforts in support of our community; but not with this project, at this location. It is too disruptive. The County is violating the law by accepting this proposal's flawed Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and making an unsupported, inadequate Statement of Overriding Consideration,” said Steven Farrell of the Mountain Group Sierra Club. “Even with its significant shortcomings, the EIR identifies severe impacts to the public and to the site that the Planning Commission has misleadingly declared to be of no consequence.”

RIMFOREST - CHURCH OF THE WOODS "SONRISE" PROJECT HEARING JANUARY 23, 2020

UPDATE

UPDATE:  The County Planning Commission hearing was held on January 23, 2020. The hearing began at 9:00 am and lasted until 3:15 pm. Roughly 60 members of the community spoke to the Commissioners in support or opposition of the proposed project. This was the first time residents were able to attend locally via a two way video feed from the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station Community Room. After a relatively short deliberation by the Commissioners, they voted unanimously to approve the Church of the Woods "Sonrise" project.

 

The San Bernardino County Planning Commission will review the Church of the Woods “Sonrise” project proposed for a 15 acre facility in Rimforest on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at the Board Chambers in San Bernardino at 9:00 am.  Residents can also attend and comment on the proposed project at the county’s satellite location at the old Courthouse in Twin Peaks, which is now equipped with two-way video feeds.

The proposed Church project has been in the planning stages for several years and has the community divided on its value to the mountain residents. The church proponents believe that the new facility will offer residents a community-oriented place for families and children. Opposition proponents to the proposed facility are concerned with the need for the facility, and the potential negative impact on the environment and wildlife with the construction of a 15 acre facility.

The Final EIR for the Church of the Woods Project has recently been updated, and is now available.  You can view the Final EIR Here:

http://www.sbcounty.gov/uploads/LUS/Environmental/FinalEIR%20ChurchoftheWoods20200110.pdf

The Church of the Woods issued the following press release regarding the January 23, 2020 hearing:

Mountain Project to go before County Planning Commission

Lake Arrowhead, California (January 2020) --- The Sonrise in the Woods Project will go before the San Bernardino County Planning Commission on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9:00 AM. Experts will conduct presentations before commissioners and county staff. Time will be allotted for public comments and questions.

Sonrise is being developed by Church of the Woods and while it’s being built on private land, it will be a regional resource. From meetings to marriage counseling, the multifaceted facility will be a place for families and friends. There’ll be multiple sports fields, a gym and assembly hall. It will be a park, a retreat, and a preserve. Sonrise in the Woods will sit on 15 acres of land in Rimforest, framed by nature trails, wildlife sanctuaries and undeveloped forest. It will serve Lake Arrowhead and surrounding communities.

Church of the Woods Pastor Rod Akins says a show of support at the public hearing will make a significant impact. “We’re asking all mountain residents who realize the blessings the project will provide to please attend the hearing,” he says, adding, “If anyone needs a ride down the hill, we can help.” While the hearing officially begins at 9:00 AM, Akins strongly recommends people get there no later than 8:30.

Where
Board Chambers, Offices of San Bernardino County
385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92415

 

When
Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9 AM (arrive by 8:30)

 

Opponents to the “Sonrise In The Woods” project believe that this project poses a significant negative impact on the environment and violates many of the conditions set by the Community Plan.

 

Hugh A. Bialecki, Dmd, Pres., Save Our Forest Association Inc., issued Lake Arrowhead News the following statements regarding the proposed project:

Church of the Woods proposed project Hwy 18, Rimforest

review and discussion of Final Environmental Impact Report released January 10, 2020. 

 

Are you aware that this project would result in:

-  Mountain top removal of the Hwy 18 / Daley Canyon corner filling in of a natural valley with stream and riparian habitat

- Seven new stoplights on Hwy 18 and \Hwy 189 / Daley Canyon project will contribute to and cause significant and unavoidable traffic impacts.  Your travel on Hwy 18 through Rimforest will be negatively altered forever. See pages Feir-423 and Feir-424, master responses for details

-  Chain link fencing along Hwy 18 and 10 ft retaining walls obstructing wildlife movement

-  County identified wildlife corridors between Strawberry Creek and Grass Valley will be significantly damaged

-  Little Bear Creek begins on this property and provides 50-66% of the water into Lake Arrowhead.  311 parking spaces will likely result in contamination of our water supply

- Disturbed/graded area of project involves removing all trees and vegetation from 16.9 acres.

-  Significant and unavoidable impacts due to construction noise which could last for 435 days, table 2-2, page 2-25, Dreir

-  January 23, 2020, Planning Commission hearing at 9 am, would result in final approval or denial of project.  there is no intention of having a Board of Supervisors public hearing as in most projects.

-  Requiring extensive fuel modification zones due to high fire risk

Community Meeting  Sunday, Jan 19, 4-6 Pm

ROW Community/Senior Center, Grandview Road, Twin Peaks

 

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING:

MARCH ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES

The Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council held their monthly meeting on Thursday, March 5th at Fire Station 91. The community was updated on the following subjects of interest:

Special Presentations:  Chair Scott Rindenow introduced John Ferdon, Emergency Services Officer for the County of San Bernardino. Mr. Ferdon provided information on the SB County Office of Emergency Services and the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). When local resources need help during a major earthquake, fire or weather incident, volunteer teams are there to coordinate and offer assistance to first responders. CERT Teams are organized teams of trained volunteers in our community.  They are trained in fire safety, disaster preparedness, disaster medical operations and light search and rescue operations. The training is free to anyone in the community with no obligation to become a volunteer.  The basic training is to become more prepared and resilient during times of disasters. In our mountain region, there are 70 CERT volunteers.  There are two training's per year running about 16 - 20 hours.  They are planning to offer training to middle and high school students. Chair Rindenow suggested that a Town Hall Meeting could be held for community residents to learn to be more prepared and resilient during times of disasters, so they could take care of themselves, their families and their neighbors. Lewis Murray will be looking into setting up this community event.

 

Supervisor’s Report – Lewis Murray:  Murray announced that Supervisor Rutherford just returned from a trip to Washington D.C. for a National Association of Counties gathering. Rutherford met with Senator Diane Feinstein to lobby for fire safety in our forests.  Murray also report the the Church of the Woods "Sonrise" project appeals hearing at the Board of Supervisors meeting will take place on August 11, 2020 at 10:00 AM. Residents may attend the hearing in San Bernardino or at the satellite remote office in Twin Peaks at the Sheriff's Station.

S.B. County Sheriff: Captain Don Lupear announced that he has been promoted to Captain. On Memorial Day weekend, the Sheriff will start patrol Lake Arrowhead on their boat. Lupear explained that the cost for the Sheriff to patrol the lake is provided by a grant from the California Department of Boating and Waterways.  As July 4th is on a Saturday this year, the community should expect a major influx of visitors to enjoy all the fireworks displays. Also, he encouraged everyone to sign up for Neighborhood Watches programs.

California Highway Patrol: Sergeants Porter and O'brien reported that they are down 5 officers. They then answered questions from the community members.

Lake Arrowhead Village: Chair Rindenow reported that the Village General Manager Erin Willey confirmed that a CVS Store will be coming to the Village. Also, the Village will soon announce their Concert lineup for this year.


County Fire:  It was announced that they have purchased 3 new OHV's (Off Highway Vehicle) for rescues in the back country. April 1st the new County Fire Boat will be on Lake Arrowhead.  They are also prepared for dealing with the Corona Virus. Protocols are in place to prevent the spread of the virus by personnel, and they have the capability to test for the virus.

 

Cal Fire: It was reported that they are preparing for spring.  If you have problems with bug infested trees, Cal Fire can help if you contact them at Pilot Rock 909 338-2812.  

Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce: Robin Bull reported the honorees for the 52nd Chamber Awards have been chosen. They are Bill and Michelle Johnson Citizens of the Year, the Mountain News as Business of the Year, and Wildhaven Ranch as Non-Profit of the Year. The Ball this year has a disco theme and will be held at the Lake Arrowhead Resort on Friday, April 24, 2020. 

Arrowhead Lake Association: General Manager Bob Mattison reported that the lake is now about one foot below full. He promoted the Junior Trout Rodeo in April. A Member vote is coming on whether or not to allow Short Term Rental guests to have access to the lake and its properties.  According to Mattison, 544 Members' homes are being rented for short term stays. 

Next Meeting: The next meeting of the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council will be on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 6:00 PM at Fire Station 91 in the Community Conference Room.  Everyone is invited to attend.  The MAC requests that the community email any topics of concern or any comments to lakearrowheadmac@gmail.com.  

LAKE ARROWHEAD VILLAGE 

SOLD UPDATE

UPDATE: Lake Arrowhead News has learned that the sales price for the Lake Arrowhead Village was $49,400,000.00. The sale was on December 16, 2019 and recorded with the County on December 19, 2019. The new owner is listed as Lake Arrowhead Village Retail Owner Lp. located in Thousand Oaks, California.

 The Lake Arrowhead Village has been sold.  It has been confirmed by the Lake Arrowhead Village that they now have new owners. The new owners are reported to be U.S. Realty Partners based in Westlake Village, California.  According to their website, U.S. Realty Partners is a privately held real estate investment company specializing in the acquisition, asset management, development and redevelopment of quality retail properties located in strategic metropolitan areas of the western United States. They focus on anchored retail properties in markets with strong demographics and achieve competitive risk adjusted returns for investors and partners.  U. S. Realty Partners is currently acquiring and managing properties in mature submarkets throughout the western United States as a principal and in partnership with institutional and individual investors. Jay Kerner is the President and CEO of U.S. Realty Partners, a regional commercial real estate operating company and consulting firm focused on high quality retail properties located in the western U.S.  He has over thirty years of experience in the acquisition, operation, development, leasing and management of retail, multi-family, office and mixed use properties.

 

The Village is now being managed by JLL Management (Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc.). Former Village General Manager Josh Martin has transferred to the Blue Jay Village which is still owned by Pacific Capital.

At the November 7, 2019 Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meeting, Lake Arrowhead Village General Manager, Josh Martin, announced during his monthly report that the Village is now in escrow to be sold.

 

The purchase of the Village does not include Blue Jay Village which will remain the property of Pacific Capital. Martin did not disclose the name of the buyer, but did say that they own about a dozen west coast shopping centers.

 

When escrow closes and the sale is complete, Lake Arrowhead News will announce the name of the new owner and any other details of the sale that become available.

RIM OF THE WORLD SPECIAL ATHLETES FOUNDATION 

The primary objective of Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation is to provide a recreational experience that is safe and positive for adaptive individuals. It provides year round activities for adaptive athletes, serving veterans and individuals from our mountain communities and beyond.

Founded by Lake Arrowhead resident Jack Cooperman, Rim Special Athletes are individuals with visual and hearing impairments, amputations, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain Injuries, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Down Syndrome, Autism, as well as many other cognitive and physical disabilities.

At Snow Valley Mountain Resort during the winter Rim Special Athletes provides Adaptive skiing and snowboard lessons, including bi-ski and mono-ski. During the Spring, Summer and Fall we have weekly golf clinics.       Year round we provide yoga.  During the summer Rim Special Athletes’ water sports program includes kayaking, aqua biking, stand up paddle boarding, boating, biking, fishing, hiking and outings.  Our objective is to have the adaptive athletes have fun, learn a new skill, and develop self-confidence from the experience. 


There are many ways you can get involved and help the Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation:

If you would like to volunteer in any of our programs, we would like to hear from you.   If you are a PSIA instructor certified in adaptive techniques please contact us.

The Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation is a qualified 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.  Our funding for the specialized equipment and many of the activities comes from donations.  If you would like to be a financial sponsor of the Foundation or would simply like to donate to the foundation, you can go to this link: https://www.givedirect.org/donate/?cid=14108 or send checks payable to:

 

Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation
PO BOX 1914
Lake Arrowhead, CA  92352

Website:   rimspecialathletes.org

RimSpecialAthletes@gmail.com

Call:  909 336.1535   Fax:  909 582.2800


 

 

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CALENDAR

IMPORTANT NOTICE!

DUE TO COUNTYWIDE RESTRICTIONS, EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELED OR POSTPONED.

PLEASE CHECK WITH EVENT SPONSORS.

 

 

MAY 7  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   VIA ZOOM CONFERENCE   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

MAY 16 - 17  SAT - SUN

ROTARY ART AND WINE FESTIVAL

TAVERN BAY BEACH CLUB

10:00 AM

JUNE 2  TUESDAY

RIM AREA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MEETING 

   VIA ZOOM CONFERENCE 8:00 AM

Join Zoom Meeting

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JUNE 4  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   VIA ZOOM CONFERENCE   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

JUNE 27  SATURDAY

ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETING

MEETING HELD ONLINE | WWW. ALA-CA.ORG 

9:00 AM  |  909 337-2595

JULY 4  SATURDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD  FIREWORKS SHOW

EAST END OF THE LAKE | 9:00 PM

JULY 5  SUNDAY

MOUNTAIN MUSEUM ANNUAL ICE CREAM SOCIAL

 27176 PENINSULA DRIVE   LAKE ARROWHEAD

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

JULY 7  TUESDAY

CONGRESSMAN PAUL COOK MOBILE OFFICE HOURS

28200 HWY 189, SUITE O1-270 | LAKE ARROWHEAD

909 336-1547 | 10:00 AM

JULY 7  TUESDAY

SENATOR MIKE MORRELL MOBILE OFFICE HOURS

28200 HWY 189, SUITE O1-270 | LAKE ARROWHEAD

909 336-1547 | 11:00 AM 

 

JULY 19  SUNDAY

LE GRAND PICNIC

MOUNTAINS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

29101 HOSPITAL ROAD, LAKE ARROWHEAD

5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

JULY 25  SATURDAY

ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING

FOLLOWED BY BOARD MEETING

MEETING HELD ONLINE | WWW. ALA-CA.ORG 

9:00 AM  |  909 337-2595

AUGUST 4  TUESDAY

RIM AREA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MEETING 

   VIA ZOOM CONFERENCE 8:00 AM

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AUGUST 6  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   VIA ZOOM CONFERENCE   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

AUGUST 28  FRIDAY

BLUE JAY JAZZ FOUNDATION CHARITY DINNER

BURNT MILL BEACH CLUB 

 4:30 PM - 9:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 12  SATURDAY

BREWFEST

TAVERN BAY BEACH CLUB

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 19  SATURDAY

CHAMBER HOME TOUR

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 26   SATURDAY

BLUE JAY QUILT WALK

BLUE JAY VILLAGE

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM | AUCTION BEGINS AT 1:00 PM

DECEMBER 2  WEDNESDAY

TASTE OF LAKE ARROWHEAD

LAKE ARROWHEAD RESORT & SPA

5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

  

DECEMBER 5  SATURDAY

BLUE JAY HOLIDAY PARADE

BLUE JAY VILLAGE

1:00 PM – 8300 PM

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