Our Mission Statement
"The Bear Valley Community Services District is committed to providing high quality municipal services to the residents of the Bear Valley Springs in a reliable, professional, safe, cost effective, and environmentally conscious manner."
The Community Services District (CSD) serves as the local government for Bear Valley Springs. It is similar to a city government, supplying such services as police protection, fresh water, road maintenance, wastewater treatment, and solid waste disposal. The CSD exists under California law governing special districts (Government Code, Sec 61000 et seq). It was established by resolution of Kern County Board of Supervisors on May 4, 1970 for the purpose of providing infrastructure services for the newly developing community of Bear Valley Springs.
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Lake Water Quality Tests have been performed at various locations and there are no abnormal readings. It is now safe to use the lake for swimming, boating and fishing.
Nov 22, 2013
Starting in October 2013, PG&E will be hydrostatically testing a gas transmission pipeline that runs through Tehachapi and Bear Valley Springs. Please see the attached flyer for detail ...
Sep 09, 2013
CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows emergency officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, test message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive ...
Aug 08, 2013
In an effort to minimize the habitually barking/howling dog(s) complaints within the Bear Valley Springs area, the Bear Valley Police Department has initiated a program similar to Stallion Spr ...
Apr 22, 2013
California Condors have been observed in your neighborhood!
California condors are an endangered species and are protected by state and federal law.&nbs ...
Mar 29, 2013
10 Easy ways you and your family can not only reduce consumption, but reduce your monthly water bill.
Jul 02, 2012
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