North Lake Tahoe
Fire Protection District

Serving the Citizens of Incline Village & Crystal Bay, NV

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NLTFPD News

15 January 2021
Weather conditions permitting, the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District will be pile burning January 18 - 29, 2021 north of Sweetwater Rd., east of Tomahawk Trail, and east of Fairview Blvd., south of State Route 431. Smoke resulting from the pi...
12 January 2021
  Contact:  USDA Forest Service, Lisa Herron 530-721-3898                              LAKE TAHOE, Calif....
06 January 2021
  Contact:  USDA Forest Service, Lisa Herron 530-721-3898                              LAKE TAHOE, Calif....
05 January 2021
The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District will lift the seasonal fire restrictions on outdoor burning effective January 11, 2021. Permits for open burning of pine needles, slash pile, construction warming fires, and recreational fire pits are ava...

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Schedule Curbside Chipping services

NLTFPD provides Curbside Chipping services, with crews typically available to  complete requests within one week (due to firefighting assignments and variable crew sizes, please allow up to three weeks). This service is available Spring through Fall.

A shared history

North Lake Tahoe Fire District was formed by an act of the Washoe County Commissioners.  Originally protecting the Crystal Bay and lakeshore areas only, the first NLTFPD fire station was in Crystal Bay.

We've been serving our
community since

1959

We do great work
with great people

North Lake Tahoe Fire District provides service to our community through a staff of highly skilled professional firefighters and support personnel.

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