As part of its continuing efforts to improve how it does business at Lake Tahoe, Placer County has unveiled its Tahoe-specific web pages. The pages allow residents, visitors and those doing business with Placer County to access information about county services in the Lake Tahoe Basin and areas on the eastern side of Donner Summit.
The pages are accessible in several places from the Placer County website's home page through the pull down menus and in the Resident Services and Most Popular link boxes.
"I'm pleased to see these Lake Tahoe pages online for our constituents," said 5th District Supervisor Bruce Kranz, who represents much of the lake's north and west shores. "When I came aboard I wanted to ensure that Placer County government becomes more user friendly and offers a higher degree of customer service. These pages are a big step in that direction."
The Tahoe-specific pages include an introductory page, a page with links to all Placer County government departments that do business at the lake, another page listing websites for the many local, state and federal agencies that have jurisdiction at North Lake Tahoe, and a third webpage listing other nonprofit agencies that have an interest in Lake Tahoe.
"We designed these Tahoe pages to include as much information as possible about how we do business at Lake Tahoe," said Rich Colwell, Assistant Chief Executive officer. "There is everything from road conditions for travelers to the locations of the various clinics we operate at Tahoe to the county offices that are involved in land development. And because the web is so dynamic, we have the ability to quickly change these pages as needed."
Information on the pages will change seasonally and any fire or weather-related weather emergency information will be posted on these pages. The pages can be seen at: http://www.placer.ca.gov/CEO/PIO/TahoeMain.aspx