Annually, all improved lots/ parcels in Arrowbear need to comply with weed abatement measures to provide for fire defensible space around your property for your safety and for the safety of your neighbors.  The information shown below will assist you in cleaning your yards prior to the June 1st deadline of each year. See the County Website for fire prevention information.

http://www.sbcounty.gov/calmast/sbc/html/fire_prevention.asp



COVID-19 Coronavirus Notice
With growing concern over the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, we want you to know that at the Arrowbear Park County Water District we are working diligently to keep the community, residents and our personnel safe while providing essential public services to our customers and community. To achieve this, the following actions have been undertaken:

  • The limiting of non-essential travel.
  • Practicing social distancing for essential personnel.
  • Limiting entry to District facilities to essential personnel.
  • Suspending customer access to the office to limit exposure.
  • Holding essential meetings (Regular Monthly Board Meetings, Master Plan Workshops, and Budget Workshops) in a virtual setting as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order N-25-20 Order #11https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/3.12.20-EO-N-25-20-COVID-19.pdf We will post the instructions on our home page www.arrowbearwater.org on how to log in/call in remotely to participate in these public meetings.

During this time, we ask that customers:

  • Do not come to the office to make payments. You can drop off a payment at the office through the payment drop slot. Please place in an envelope with a payment stub or make sure your name and account number or physical address is on the envelope. You can call in a credit or debit card payment to the office at 909-867-2704. You can set up a recurring payment from a checking account (call the office to set up). You can pay on-line at www.arrowbearwater.org.
  • Please call with any questions about your account.

We are closely following the news and guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding COVID-19, Government Officials, and Regulatory Agencies with regards to our continued essential operations. The CDC has released specific information regarding water and wastewater, which can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/water.html Our goal is to provide continuity of service with the quality you have come to expect while protecting our employees and the community we serve. Hopefully you know how much we value serving you.


Should you need any assistance please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 909-867-2704 or apcwdmail@gmail.com.


Access to Additional Information and Resources:
DIAL 211 - Residents can dial 2-1-1 at any time to hear the latest information about COVID-19. Callers are also able to get referrals for local services including food, shelter, and other health related issues. 211 helps people navigate and connect to critical health, social, and disaster services. As our community comes together to address the COVID-19 pandemic, 211 remains steadfast in their commitment to provide important, accurate, and verified information and assistance.
United Way - In partnership with Inland Empire United Way, the Inland SoCal COVID-19 Fund has been established to respond to the needs of Inland SoCal residents who will undoubtedly be affected by the pandemic. Those needing assistance should go to: https://uwiv.org/covid-fund-requests

For Customers Impacted by the COVID-19 Coronavirus
The health, safety, and sanitation of our customers and the community are of utmost concern for the Arrowbear Park County Water District. For those in our community that have been impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus, the District wants to help. At the Regular Board Meeting on March 19, 2020, the Board approved a motion to suspend shutoffs and ongoing late fees and penalties for those affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus or financially impacted by events surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus. The District will continue to place the mandated-by-law shutoff notices at the physical location of an account that is close to the 60-day past-due point. The District will also attach a special note to these notices advising the resident/occupant that if they have been impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus to immediately call the office at 909-867-2704 to let us know so we do not shut them off. While the District will not assess ongoing late fees and penalties, the regular monthly charges will continue to accrue and we encourage customers to not let their balance grow too large. If, when this is over, a customer has a balance that is difficult to handle, the District will provide generous payment plans to resolve the balance over a period of time, without interruption to their service and without any fees, interest, or penalty.   

Public Notices

Weed Abatement & Clearances