Keeping Bear Valley residents
informed and involved.

Bear Valley is a residential community and ski area located in the California Sierra south of Lake Tahoe and north of Yosemite. Bear Valley Residents, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed for the benefit of Bear Valley property owners and to administer the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of the New Subdivision. .... READ MORE

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Nextdoor Bear Valley is a private social network for the Bear Valley community.


Next BVRI Board Meeting:

Date: TBD (late spring)

Time: TBD

Location: TBD

BVRI Membership for 2020 – Support the Bear Valley Community

BVRI Memberships for 2020 now open.   Dues for 2020:  $110 if by March 31, 2020, $125 if by July 5, 2020, $150 after July 5.   

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BVRI Board Election Results

The BVRI Board of Directors election for the fiscal year beginning March 1, 2020 is now complete with 153 ballots submitted (which included 8-write-in ballots). 

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Snow shovelers/and or handy people

Mt. Reba Management-Amber Watts 209-753-6226 or 925-353-7808. Company is insured for both liability and workers’ comp.

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Snowmobiles in Bear Valley- Parking and Etiquette

Be sure to check Snowmobile Parking and Use on this website about rules of the road  and etiquette in Bear Valley when the roads are closed.

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Roads in Bear Valley–Road Closure

Subdivision roads are closed.

Road closure information:

  • Snowphone for parking information: 209-753-6155 (but the message is sometimes not up-to-date)
  • Bear Valley Snowmobile Storage 209-753 2600 (they keep messages up to date)
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Upcoming Events

Sites to check to see what’s happening in Bear Valley.

Bear Valley Mountain Resort 

Mountain and Village Dining Schedule  Go to Plan Your Visit,  Dining in the Village

Bear Valley Business Association sponsored events.

Keep your eye out for postings on Bear Valley Nextdoor.

Bear Valley Trails for information on ways to get involved in maintaining and building new local Bear Valley trails.