Updated July 27, 2021
Be Fire Smart
With several wildfires throughout Northern Nevada and California, depending on the wind direction there may be impacts on air quality. Click here for Real-time air quality monitoring.
- Inciweb for Tamarack Fire
- Fire and Smoke Map
- Hazard Mapping System Fire and Smoke
- Lake Tahoe Web Cams
- 48 hour Smoke Forecast for the Tahoe Basin
- Nevada Road Conditions
- California Road Conditions
- From 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., the following contact information is available; Information Phones: 775-434-8629 Email: email@example.com
BE FIRE SAFE
“I will be mindful that it only takes one spark to destroy an environment. Wildfire and its prevention are everyone’s responsibility.” #TahoePledge information: https://tahoesouth.com/take-care-travel-pledge-be-fire-safe/
Updated fire restrictions around Lake Tahoe – No wood fires allowed anywhere. More
Open for Business!
Both the Nevada and California side of Tahoe South are open to travelers. Businesses are operating at 100 percent capacity with no social distancing restrictions. Masks are required in both states for those who are not vaccinated.
Douglas County, Nevada Moving Forward – Douglas County’s Plan for COVID-19 Recovery. Stateline, Nevada is in Douglas County.
Governor Sisolak’s Nevada Health Response has been updated on May 1, 2021, find more information HERE.
Nevada’s state mask guidance requires individuals follow current CDC guidelines.
California has modified its mask mandate to align with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC recommends that you delay travel until fully vaccinated.
Masks are not required for fully vaccinated individuals, except on public transit, healthcare settings, and indoors at other youth settings or unless a business opts to require that customers mask up.
Businesses are allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity with no social distancing requirements.
Tahoe South Visitors Center
- Email info@LTVA.org
- Phone (775) 588-4591, available daily, 9 am – 4 pm.
- Tahoe Care Tahoe lake-wide effort encourages the following tips to keep all healthy and safe while traveling including go big on distancing, masks matter, plan to change plans, no germs or anything else left behind, expect closures and sniffles, stay home.
Local Public Health Departments
Barton Memorial Hospital: Information; Barton’s COVID-19 Clinical Health Line at 530.600.1999