Pictures from Cove 2 Emergency Bulkhead Repair 2017
Pictures from Cove 1 Fire Restoration 2016-2017
And, even more pictures have been added
At approximately 7:45AM this morning Jim Marino – Assistant Public Works Director - City of South Lake Tahoe Public Works contacted Kirk Wooldridge and Justin Phillips Interim Water Company Supervisor to request the TKPOA open the Lake Tallac Storm Water Diversion Structure – Weir Gate located at Well #2. The reason for this was that water is flowing from the Truckee River through the Truckee Marsh, and Corporation Yard toward the Tahoe Keys Boulevard and Dover Street causing flooding in this area. The City of South Lake Tahoe (CSLT) is using a loader to remove snow berms on Dover Street to allow the water to flow into Lake Tallac. Notifications to the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Board (LRWQCB) that the Lake Tallac Storm Water Diversion Structure – Weir Gate will be discharging into Lake Tahoe due to threat of property damage and flooding have been made.
As the website tkpoa.com now contains in excess of 600 documents and articles, it might be helpful to know how to find information regarding different subjects. We have now added a new search feature that allows a user to search for keywords also in the content of different documents. Previously the search only searched the document titles or filenames but not the content.
Here are the TKPOA Positions currently open and at the end of the posting you find instructions on how to apply.
You can find all news and published articles here, including a search function to help find older material. On the home page there is a recent news ticker that shows the latest and most important news.
In addition to the news section there is also a Forum open to TKPOA members. You can access the forum from the top menu if you are a registered user and logged in to the website.
In the Documents section you will find all available documents for review or download.
Here is a shortcut to the minutes from the Board of Directors Meetings.
The TKPOA is participating in a number of public programs as well as funding and managing our own projects to protect the wildlife and water quality around Lake Tahoe.
We are a boating community so obviously we care about the water quality in our channels and in Lake Tahoe. Click here to browse water and lake related articles.
All realtors and property owners should be advised that it is against the Governing Laws of the Association to sell, or offer for sale, partial shares or other than whole conveyance of any property in Tahoe Keys.
We have partnered with CondoCerts to improve our service related to Real Estate transactions. CondoCerts is an Internet utility developed to simplify the process of delivering and obtaining community association data and documentation for a variety of users in any association real estate transaction. Learn how it works here.
The Owners' Association DOES NOT RENT nor manage any long-term or short-term rentals within the Tahoe Keys. The Association also does not provide any services usually associated with vacation rentals such as housekeeping or private property maintenance.
Follow the rules and have a pleasant stay.
As a community we rely on each other to report suspicious and nuicanse activity in our neighborhood. The following kind of incidents should be reported to the security department: Property disturbance or violation, suspicious activity or vandalism, wild animals.
The security camera system was recently expanded to provide additional coverage in the common areas: the Pavilion and nearby facilities (childrens play area, beach volleyball court, and tennis court), and the Corporation Yard. This will help identify people responsible for ongoing issues related to the tennis courts, Pavilion Beach, volleyball court, and Pavilion dumpsters.