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      News on May 26th, 2020

KAYAK RACKS ARE FULL AT THIS TIME

COVID-19 Update:

LTPA Members -


The COVID-19 global pandemic has created an unprecedented situation. It has affected our families, our businesses, our communities, and our accustomed way of life. During this time, we reach out to update you on how we are approaching the situation as it relates to the Lake Tahoe Park Association.

First and foremost, we extend our deepest sympathies to anyone who has been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly. Our thoughts are especially with those who are sick, or who has a friend or relative who is sick, and we extend our heartfelt wishes for their speedy recovery. We’d also like to thank all of our first responders and healthcare workers who are on the front lines responding to and caring for those in need.

Second, as your LTPA Board, we are focused on how to appropriately manage park operations while maintaining the health and safety of our employees, members, and community.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Placer County Health Officer issued an initial mandatory order (https://www.placer.ca.gov/coronavirus/guidance) on March 19, 2020, which was amended on April 16, 2020. Under the mandatory order, individuals are to shelter at their place of residence and non-essential businesses are required to cease activities at facilities located within the County except for certain Minimum Basic Operations. In order to comply with this order, LTPA has implemented the following:

? The LTPA park and beach are restricted to members and long-term renters in the LTPA community only. Under the Placer County Order, short-term rental units are not permitted to operate for commercial purposes.

? The LTPA front gate access is restricted to card-key access only.

? Signs restricting park access under the Placer County order are posted at the gate house, on
the fences at the north and south ends of the beach, and on the piers.

? Use of the park is restricted to use of the open spaces for engaging in outdoor recreation
activity only, as described as Essential Activities in the Placer County Order referenced
above.

? Social distancing must be maintained at all times. Face coverings are recommended.

? Shared facilities such as the restrooms, picnic tables, BBQs, horseshoes, bocce courts,
volleyball area, basketball court, and the children’s’ playground remain closed. Additional signs are posted in these areas; however, lack of a sign does not permit a shared facility to be used.

? Abuse of park access or usage of shared facilities, including use of picnic tables, BBQs, etc., may result in the park having to be completely closed.

? We are working with our TRPA consultant to stay up to date regarding Lake access and recreational boating on the Lake. Currently, all boat inspection points are closed (https://tahoeboatinspections.com/), and most public boat launches are also closed under the order, or similar orders.

? We have started discussions and planning for what summer could look like for our park, beach, and piers, in the event the County order remains in place for the foreseeable future.

? We have started discussions about how to conduct our Annual Meeting if large gatherings are not permitted.

? We have conducted an initial review of our finances and have created contingency scenarios for our 2020 budget. Our current belief is that our fiscal management and prior attention to building a modest operating reserve leave the LTPA well positioned financially for this budget year, even if the LTPA experiences a drop in buoy, kayak, and/or 1st year home sales revenue.

We recognize that LTPA is a great source of enjoyment for member families and guests alike. The decision to restrict access to the park and shared facilities is not one any of us prefer and our sincere hope is that it will only be for a short period of time. That said, we believe that it is important and mandatory that we adhere to the guidance and orders of Placer County, the State of California, and the U.S. Government. As we go forward, we will continue to update our membership as this situation develops and Placer County and the State of California begin the process of allowing for the re-opening of our community.

Thank you,

John Taylor, Dave Williams, Jim Cavalieri, Bob Thomas, Doug Williams, Scott Zumwalt, Susan Gray LTPA Board Members
Ben Leech Association Manager










               




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The Lake Tahoe Park Association is an organization created to protect and support the property located at 1700 Sequoia Avenue in Tahoe Park.

The Association consists of the property owners' located in the one square mile known as Section 13, T-15N R-16E, of the Mount Diablo Base and Meridian. When property is purchased in this area, an appurtenant interest is acquired. When property is sold, this interest transfers to the new owner. Membership is only available to property owners and cannot be purchased separately.

The Annual Membership Meeting is held on the first Saturday of July at 11:00 am.  The meeting is held at the Tahoe Park Beach, 1700 Sequoia Avenue Tahoe City, CA.