Incline Village to Host Local Heroes 4th of July Celebration | July 2-4, 2022

Parade, Drone SkyShow, Veteran’s Events, Village Fair, and More on Tap (INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev) – May 24, 2022 — The community of Incline Village, Nevada, on Lake Tahoe’s north shore, will host its annual “Local Heroes 4th of July Celebration,” July 2 – 4, 2022. Local Heroes is the annual theme for the 4th of July celebration. A…

Help Create a Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Plan | Two Additional Virtual Workshops

For the first time ever, the different entities, counties and agencies that represent Lake Tahoe are collaborating on the development of guiding principles and practices to preserve our region’s natural resources. Lake Tahoe residents, community members and stakeholders interested in reducing human impacts on our environment—particularly as our population surges during peak times—are invited to…

2022 Fire Season Declared

North Tahoe Firefighters train in preparation for the 2022 fire season. Photo courtesy: Julien Lecorps North Tahoe Fire and Meeks Bay Fire Protection Districts Prohibit ALL Open Burning and Recreational Fires Tahoe City, Calif. May 31, 2022 – On May 19, 2022, CALFIRE NEU suspended burn permits for the season, and on Monday, May 24, 2022…

Placer County | Expanding East Placer Workforce Housing Opportunities

Expanding East Placer Workforce Housing Opportunities Placer County is bringing forward some updates to East Placer housing programs in May and June to increase housing opportunities for the local workforce. Changes include expanding and removing income requirements for certain local worker programs and projects, incentivizing long-term rentals, and allowing moveable tiny houses. Workforce Housing Preservation…

North Lake Tahoe will launch drones instead of fireworks to celebrate Independence Day this year

NORTH LAKE TAHOE WILL LAUNCH DRONES INSTEAD OF FIREWORKS TO CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY THIS YEAR The shift aligns with the region’s commitment to sustainability and stewardship, and addresses community concerns related to fire risk and environmental impacts   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (March 31, 2022) – After a two year Independence Day fireworks…

Tahoe Transportation District revives pay-to-park program for second year at East Shore Trail

  Tahoe Transportation District revives pay-to-park program for second year at East Shore Trail Park Tahoe generates funds to help maintain, expand trail network March 1, 2022 (Stateline, Nev.) — Tahoe Transportation District (TTD) reintroduces the fee structure today for those parking near Tunnel Creek to access Lake Tahoe’s East Shore Trail. The metered parking…

Submit Your Project for Support from the Tahoe Fund

The Tahoe Fund is Accepting 2022 Project Submissions PROJECTS SEEKING 2022 SUPPORT SHOULD SUBMIT BY JANUARY 31, 2022. The Tahoe Fund is currently seeking to collaborate with organizations to develop Signature and Premier Projects with fundraising goals of $5,000-$1,000,000 that align with the following program areas: Forest Health: The goal is to fund innovative solutions…