North Lake Tahoe

Placer County provides a wide variety of services to North Lake Tahoe residents, local businesses and visitors.

Our responsibility to preserve and enhance Lake Tahoe’s environment means we often must deliver those services in a different manner than we do elsewhere in the county. Placer County works closely with our regional partners to meet the needs of our residents, businesses and visitors.

Strengthening our Tahoe Communities

The North Lake Tahoe Economic Incentive Program is available to applicants looking for assistance acquiring Tourist Accommodation Units (TAUs) and infrastructure cost offsets. Interested applicants should contact Chris Perry with the County Executive Office – Tahoe, to arrange a meeting to discuss their interest in the program. Please contact Chris at (530) 546-1945 or email him at cperry@placer.ca.gov.

View the North Lake Tahoe Economic Incentive Program

North Lake Tahoe Services and Information

Latest News

Transient occupancy taxes to fund new trails, transit system upgrades and more in eastern Placer County

The Placer County Board of Supervisors has voted to fund 14 new projects in...

Placer awards $368,000 to design next phase of Martis Valley Trail

The Placer County Board of Supervisors has approved a $368,000 contract with...

Placer County building permitting now available online

In a continuing effort to improve service and ease the process for obtaining...

Placer County Planning Commission seeks to fill vacant seat representing eastern county

The Placer County Planning Commission is looking to fill a vacant seat for its...

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KBCCIP

Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project receives recognition for making downtown Kings Beach more pedestrian and bicycle friendly! The KBCCIP recently received the Project of the Year award from the Sacramento chapter of the American Public Works Association for the Complete Streets Transportation category.

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Placer County North Lake Tahoe Facilities

For a listing and map of public beaches, parks and other recreation facilities please visit Parks and Recreation.

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