Community Wildfire and Evacuation Planning Meeting Thursday, April 25th – South Tahoe Middle School

PRESS RELEASE Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team For Immediate Release April 18, 2019 Community Wildfire and Evacuation Planning Meeting Thursday, April 25th – South Tahoe Middle School Contact: Carlie Murphy, Tahoe Resource Conservation District, 530-543-1501 ext. 114 SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Wildfires are becoming larger, more destructive, and deadlier than ever before. With summer […]

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The McClatchy Analysis and Destined to Burn Series… The Rest of the Story

Tahoe City, Calif. April 11, 2019 – A collaborative effort to put a spotlight on policy issues affecting fire prevention was released by the Sac Bee today in a series titled “Destined to Burn.” But there is more to the story. The Sac Bee released the McClatchy Analysis to put a spotlight on policy issues […]

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Open Burning Starts March 1, 2019 in Incline Village & Crystal Bay by Permit Only

March 1, 2019 Contact: Tia Rancourt Public Education/Information Officer North Lake Tahoe Fire 775-813-8106 [email protected] Open Burning Starts March 1, 2019 in Incline Village & Crystal Bay by Permit Only The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District will lift the seasonal fire restrictions on outdoor burning effective Friday, March 1, 2019. Permits for open burning […]

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Widespread prescribed fire operations to continue at Lake Tahoe

PRESS RELEASE Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team For Immediate Release January 25, 2019 Widespread prescribed fire operations to continue at Lake Tahoe Contact: North Lake Tahoe Fire, Tia Rancourt (775) 813-8106 Incline Village, NV – Weather permitting, California State Parks and Tahoe Douglas fire protection district may continue prescribed fire operations over the next several […]

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Adopt a Hydrant Program

January 16, 2019 Contact: Tia Rancourt FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Public Education/Information Officer North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District 775-813-8106 [email protected] ADOPT A HYDRANT PROGRAM The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District has over 1000 fire hydrants within our fire jurisdiction. With the recent snowstorms and more on the way, we will be working on clearing […]

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