From Supervisor Dawn Rowe
County residents who were impacted by the blizzard are encouraged to attend one of this weekend’s Local Assistance Centers (LACs) scheduled to take place in Running Springs and Crestline. LACs are a one-stop resource center designed to connect residents with County, State, and non-profit resources to help with storm recovery.
In addition to the on-site resources, free non-perishable food will be available while supplies last.
Any residents unable to attend either day are encouraged to call the County’s Storm Response Hotline to learn more about available resources and services. That number is (909) 387-3911, and representatives are available between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., seven days a week. You can also visit SnowInfo.SBCounty.gov.
County Plowing Crews At Work In the Mountains
San Bernardino County Public Works crews began plowing mountain roads as soon as snow and rain began falling this morning. The County started positioning resources in the mountains and put crews on 24-hour split shifts on Monday morning for the storm’s duration and until roads are clear.
You can see some of today’s progress in Crestline on the County’s YouTube channel.