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Welcome to Lake Tahoe Park Association 


LTPA HOT NEWS: Check here regularly for valuable news that may affect the park, your membership, and your use of the facilities.

    NEWS ON NOVEMBER 1st

The park is now winterized and the office is closed until May 1, 2021
 
Annual Assessments will go out on January 1st along with a calender of events and important dates.

Dogs are allowed at all hours.  A pet station is provided at the front.

Thanks!



News on July 21, 2020


Fire Danger Information
Media Partners and Neighbors,

We are already under our second Red Flag Warning in just two weeks. For contrast, last summer we only had one Red Flag Warning, and that wasn’t until in mid-September. This season was predicted to be much dryer and hotter than last year, and as we are seeing the smoke impacts from neighboring counties, we are watching the forecast prove true. We appreciate your help in sharing the word with your audiences about the high fire danger during these conditions. We need to be extremely cautious not to create any type of spark. While wood and charcoal are banned during fire season, under Red Flag Weather conditions no open flames are permitted in the North Tahoe Fire and Meeks Bay Fire service areas, including gas and propane firepits/grills or pellet grills/smokers. Thank you for helping us to spread the word to our residents and visitors. We encourage anyone who sees an illegal fire to call it in to 911 with a description of whether it is under control or not so that only the necessary resources are dispatched, and as a reminder wood and charcoal are never permitted at short-term rentals in eastern Placer County.

Stay safe and healthy – and prepared to evacuate.

https://www.ntfire.net/red-flag-warnings
Erin Holland - Public Information Officer
North Tahoe Fire Protection District

News on August 10, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Hello Lake Tahoe Park Members,

We hope this email finds you and your family safe and well during this time. We, as a board, have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and want to update you on our Park’s current guidelines for social distancing and safety of our members and staff. Our staff is working diligently to keep the bathrooms and grounds clean and safe. For now, we are asking for everyone to please be patient and respectful to these new guidelines and these ever-changing times.

All members, guests, and renters are required to be current with Park policy during Covid-19.

  • All members and renters must have a key card to enter the park; there is no exception to this rule.
  • Members and renters are limited to no more than 6 people in their party (including kids) on any given day.
  • Short-term renters are allowed access to the park mid week and not allowed on high capacity days (i.e., weekends and holidays).
  • Members, guests, and renters must keep a distance of 6ft from other parties at all times.
  • Masks are now required for any interactions outside of your immediate family, both indoors and outdoors.
  • Picnic tables are currently on a first come first serve basis; charcoal barbecues are closed per North Tahoe Fire. 

  • Recreation areas will remain open (volleyball, bocce ball, basketball courts) but no equipment will be provided. The playground will be closed.

  • The staff will limit the amount of people inside the park to a 200 maximum, subject to the discretion of the staff.
  • The staff reserves the right to ask any member, guest, or renter disrespecting the current guidelines to leave the Park for the rest of that day.
  • Dogs are still allowed on the beach by the north pier up until 10am. Dogs must be on leash when coming and going. Owners must pick up after their dogs.
  • Under no exception should anyone enter the Park while experiencing any symptoms of illness.

We know this is a lot to process and prepare for but we are hoping we can adjust to this new way of enjoying our beautiful park while still protecting ourselves and our employees. These guidelines have been developed in accordance and to comply with State of California and Placer County directives.

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.

Best,

LTPA Board Members





Please email the association:    [email protected] with any questions.


The Lake Tahoe Park Association is an organization created to protect and support the property located at 1700 Sequoia Avenue in Tahoe Park.

The Association consists of the property owners' located in the one square mile known as Section 13, T-15N R-16E, of the Mount Diablo Base and Meridian. When property is purchased in this area, an appurtenant interest is acquired. When property is sold, this interest transfers to the new owner. Membership is only available to property owners and cannot be purchased separately.

The Annual Membership Meeting is held on the first Saturday of July at 11:00 am.  The meeting is held at the Tahoe Park Beach, 1700 Sequoia Avenue Tahoe City, CA.