CHIPPING & DEFENSIBLE SPACE SERVICES TO BEGIN JUNE 1, 2020
The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District is gearing up for fire and fuels reduction activities for the 2020 season.
The District will begin conducting defensible space evaluations and curbside chipping services on June 1, 2020. Requests can be made online starting May 25, 2020 at www.nlttfpd.net.
COVID19 UPDATES & RESOURCES
We are updating our Newsroom page daily with updates from Washoe County Health District.
OPEN PUBLIC BURNING CLOSES 4.21.2020
Effective Tuesday, April 21, 2020, the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District will be closing open public burning and will no longer issue burn permits for solid fuels (e.g., pine needles, slash piles, wood burning recreational fires). Fuel-fired recreational fire pits (e.g., natural gas or propane) are allowed by permit only. To obtain a permit for fuel-fired appliance, please contact the Fire District, 775 831-0351. Fuel-fired appliances shall be operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. This prohibition on open public burning will remain in effect until further notice.
PILE BURNING TO CONTINUE WEATHER PERMITTING
Weather and fuel conditions permitting, the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District anticipates pile burning at Diamond Peak and east of Altdorf Terrace and Lucerne Way beginning March 23rd through April 3rd.
NORTH LAKE TAHOE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION & FIRE STATIONS CLOSE TO PUBLIC VISITATION
Following the directive of Governor Sisolak and to practice responsible social distancing to minimize the spread of COVID-19, effective immediately the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District Administration Office, Fire Stations, Fuels Management and Incline Station buildings are closed to public visitation until further notice. Fire District staff will continue working during business hours and are available via phone 775-831-0351, ext. 0 to speak with someone in person or www.nltfpd.net for email contacts.