thriving Big Bear Valley

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Working today to secure water for a

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Water makes Big Bear Valley thrive.

Replenish Big Bear is a forward-looking water supply project that protects our community's water supplies well into the future, ensuring that our community continues to be a great place to visit and an even better place to live. 

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A better way to manage our most essential natural resource.

Replenish Big Bear represents a new way to manage our essential water resources. Read on to learn more about how Replenish Big Bear benefits our water supply, environment, and community for years to come.

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OUR WATER

Replenish Big Bear supplements the Valley's essential water supplies with hundreds of millions of gallons of clean water each year.

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OUR ENVIRONMENT

The clean water produced through Replenish Big Bear will be used to enhance water levels throughout the Valley, supporting our area's unique and diverse fish and wildlife.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Replenished water levels support our community's recreation and tourism industry and protect our community's drinking water supplies, keeping Big Bear a great place to visit and live. 

IS AT STAKE

Our water future

Lake levels have seen record lows in the last 15 years.

IN THE VALLEY

Keeping our water

Replenish Big Bear is recovering our lost water for a secure water future.

LAKE LEVELS HAVE SEEN

All water has value.

Replenish Big Bear represents a holistic, One Water approach to using and protecting the Valley's essential water resources. Click below to learn more about how tackling our water supply challenges based on the complete life cycle of water can lead to more effective, lasting solutions with a number of benefits for our community.

Water as pure as tap water.

Replenish Big Bear uses additional advanced treatment steps at Big Bear's existing treatment facility to produce millions of gallons of clean water every year. 

Questions?

 Click below to check out answers to frequently asked questions.

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