Kings Beach Streetlight Banner Program
Description & Overview
The North Tahoe Business Association (NTBA) has established a banner program to hang banners on streetlight pole banner arms in the Kings Beach Commercial Core public right of way along California State Highway 28 between the intersection at Highway 267 and Chipmunk Street.
Purpose & Objective:
The purpose of the Kings Beach Banner Program (Banner Program) is to as create a sense of community/place by promoting local activities and events. The Banner Program will also provide aesthetic value to the Kings Beach streetscape.
NTBA is the Banner Program administrator and reviews and grants permission for banner installation on streetlight pole banner arms. The streetlights and banner poles are owned by Placer County who has issued an encroachment permit to NTBA. The design, manufacture and cost of banners are the responsibility of the banner applicant, according to specifications below.
There are a total of 38 streetlights outfitted with banner arms distributed through Kings Beach on Highway 28.
- Number of banners per Applicant is a minimum of 4 banners per event/program and must be in even increments not to exceed 16 banners in summer months and 22 banners in non-summer months.
- Banner placement locations are at the sole discretion of the NTBA and/or its installation vendor/designee.
- Banners will be installed and removed every 3 weeks on a pre-determined schedule.
For more information about the process, specifications, installation/removal, installation schedule, and to apply for your banners to be displayed on the Kings Beach Streetlights, please click here. Please note banner applications must be submitted no less than 90 days prior to requested installation date.
After reviewing the PDF, should you have questions, please contact NTBA Staff at 530-546-9000 or email@example.com.