Tahoe South Press Releases
Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority Reaches Settlement to Save Fireworks Shows
Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority (LTVA) announced today that an agreement has been reached to dismiss the lawsuit ensuring South Lake Tahoe’s future fireworks celebrations will continue.
“Preserving The 4th of July and Labor Day shows and keeping Lake Tahoe and its beaches clean are of the utmost importance to our community,” said LTVA Executive Director Carol Chaplin. “The parties are pleased that a settlement to dismiss the lawsuit was reached that will allow the 4th of July and Labor Day shows to continue with increased local agency oversight of the post-show cleanup of fireworks debris and a hot-line for residents to contact if they see fireworks debris from the shows that needs to be cleaned up.
“We would like to thank everyone for their efforts to bring this to an amicable conclusion. It’s a win for the community.”
The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority is a cooperative organization that receives funding from several sources chartered with promoting South Shore, Lake Tahoe and achieving a measurable impact on tourism numbers in the region. Marketing programs like research initiatives, advertising, trade shows, and public relations all work together to drive visitors to the destination.
The mission of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority is to market the South Shore of Lake Tahoe as a unique, world-class year-round resort destination for the economic benefit and quality of life for the area, while respecting its traditions and environment.