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Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fund
Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fund In 2023, the Hamilton Family, with the support of family, friends and in partnership with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, established the Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fun...
El Dorado County Community Concert Association
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The Sierra Nevada resort town of South Lake Tahoe attracts both adrenaline seekers and nature lovers year-round with outdoor pursuits and pristine beauty. Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking, golfing, boating—every day looks like a Lands’ End photo shoot. Indoors, the five-member city council—three councilmembers, a mayor, and a mayor pro tem – take care of civic business affecting the roughly 22,00 citizens.
Five councilmembers, elected at large for four-year staggered terms, govern the city. The city clerk and treasurer are also elected by voters. Races for these positions are held in November of even-numbered years.
The Planning Commission meets on the third Thursday of the month at 3 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Meetings are live-broadcast online and on Charter Cable SLT Channel 21. Past meetings are archived on the city website.
Meet and Greet with the Mayor and City Manager11/28/2023
City Enhances Snow Removal Operations and Service with New Equipment and Strategies11/21/2023
Holiday Closures for Thanksgiving Holiday11/21/2023
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
The last agenda item of the evening, the cannabis ordinance was carried over to the South Lake Tahoe council’s next meeting. Someone in the audience said, “We waited years for this.”
Starting Dec. 1, South Lake Tahoe residents will be the first in the Tahoe basin to use a new software tool to connect with their fire department. SLT Fire Chief Jim Drennan says, “We expect that this new solution, PowerEngage, will drastically enhance communication.”
Councilmembers began their day early Nov. 7 with a closed special session. The council invited public comment on any of the three special session agenda items before they closed the session to the public.
On Nov. 16, locals can join Mayor Cristi Creegan along with other community leaders, businesses, agencies, and organizations for a unity walk to observe United Against Hate Week.
City of South Lake Tahoe
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