Find out how revitalizing North Lake Tahoe communities and protecting the environment are intertwined

Alongside its regional partners, Placer County is working to find a balance in the Tahoe Basin to establish economic vitality and promote environmental benefits for Lake Tahoe. Hear from county officials, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, the North Tahoe Community Alliance and local residents and business owners as they discuss redevelopment efforts in the region.

Learn more about the county's vision for North Lake Tahoe:

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    Placer County celebrates completion of the Lower Secline water quality improvement project

    Placer County celebrated the completion of the Lower Secline Water Quality Improvement Project in Kings Beach -- a project designed to reduce sediment flow into the lake to improve water clarity. Additional Info...
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    Board of Supervisors meeting location change for the next four public meetings of 2023

    The Placer County Board of Supervisors will be holding its next four public meetings of the year (scheduled for Nov. 27, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, and Dec. 12) at the Placer County Government Center in the Community Development Resource Center (CDRC). Additional Info...
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    Consultant PlaceWorks selected to help Placer County update General Plan

    Placer County took another step toward updating its General Plan today as the Board of Supervisors took action to approve a $3.5 million contract with a consultant team headed by PlaceWorks, Inc. Additional Info...
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    Fuel load reduction underway in North Lake Tahoe

    Protecting neighboring homes, businesses, open spaces and forests from wildfire is among our highest priorities. See how our crews are working to reduce fuel loads while promoting forest health maintenance around North Lake Tahoe. Additional Info...
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    Board approves county parking ordinance amendment and updates fine amounts

    The Placer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday amended the county’s parking ordinance to strengthen existing parking enforcement and increase countywide parking fine amounts. The changes go into effect Nov. 30. Additional Info...
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    Board of Supervisors approve Tahoe Basin Area Plan amendments

    Seeking to generate economic investment and spur environmentally-beneficial redevelopment in North Lake Tahoe, the Placer County Board of Supervisors approved a set of amendments that would allow revisions to the 2017 Tahoe Basin Area Plan. Additional Info...
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    Placer County offers new pre-reviewed accessory dwelling unit plans

    Placer County has released new pre-reviewed ADU plans to meet current codes. The plans will save property owners thousands of dollars, reduce or eliminate restrictions imposed by homeowners’ associations and will speed up the planning process. Additional Info...

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North Lake Tahoe has historically attracted residents and visitors alike with tremendous natural beauty and numerous recreational opportunities. The combination of high mountain peaks, a 125,000-acre lake and charming small communities make Lake Tahoe a place loved by many and visited often.

The region offers boundless trails, beautiful beaches, sprawling forests and the crown jewel of Placer County - the largest freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our responsibility as a county is to provide a wide variety of services to North Lake Tahoe residents, local businesses and visitors.

Our staff and county officials work to preserve and enhance Lake Tahoe’s environment, balance economic development and expand critical services throughout the region. Due to the uniqueness of the terrain here, Placer County works closely with our regional partners to meet the needs of everyone who enjoys what North Lake Tahoe offers.