City of South Lake Tahoe Closed in Observance of Indigenous People’s Day

South Lake Tahoe, CA… The City of South Lake Tahoe’s administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Oct. 11, in observance of Indigenous People’s Day. While Columbus Day is the current federal holiday’s nomenclature, the City formally recognizes the holiday as Indigenous People’s Day, following a City Council resolution adopted on June 18, 2019. All operations will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, Oct. 12.

The following municipal offices will be closed:

The City Manager’s Office, City Attorney’s Office, Human Resources, and the Finance Front Counter, all located at City Hall, 1901 Lisa Maloff Way.

Development Services, 1052 Tata Ln.

The following offices will operate with no schedule changes:

The Lake Tahoe Airport, located at 1901 Lisa Maloff Way, will maintain regular operating hours, 7am-4pm.

Parks and Recreation will maintain regular operating hours for the Recreation and Swim Complex at 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd., 7:30am-4:30pm.

South Lake Fire Rescue, South Lake Tahoe Police Department, and dispatch will continue regular operations. Contact 911 for emergencies.


City of South Lake Tahoe

The City of South Lake Tahoe is a general law city in El Dorado County, CA, that was founded on November 30, 1965. Located 190 miles northeast of San Francisco, CA and 60 miles southwest of Reno, NV in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, South Lake Tahoe boasts one of the most unique settings in the world, at the edge of an alpine lake of great natural beauty and environmental value. The city limits encompass an area of approximately 16 square miles with an average elevation of more than 6,200 feet above sea level and a population of 22,525.