The next scheduled Board meeting is April 11, 9am, at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA), 128 Market Street, Stateline, NV. Click here for the Agenda and supporting materials. Click here for the supporting materials regarding the approval of Zephyr Cove Phase 2 contractor.
November 1, Supervisors Barbara Perlman-Whyman, Maureen McCarthy, and Glen Smith were all re-elected. Their new terms expire 12/31/2020.
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Notice to Contractors: Zephyr Cove WQIP, Phase 2
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed proposals will be received in the Office of the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District at 400 Dorla Court, PO Box 915, Zephyr Cove, Nevada 89448-0915, until 4:00 P.M. on April 4, 2017 for the “ZEPHYR COVE WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, PHASE 2, ZEPHYR COVE, DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEVADA”. Such sealed proposals will be opened publicly at 4:05 P.M. the same day in the NTCD Conference Room, in the NTCD Office Building at 400 Dorla Court, Zephyr Cove, Nevada. The Nevada Tahoe Conservation District Board of Supervisors will consider award of the contract at a subsequently scheduled meeting. Project Contract Work under this contract includes but is not limited to, all material, labor, tools, expendable equipment, utility and transportation service, traffic control, signage, and all other incidental items necessary to perform and complete, in a workmanlike manner, the work described within and required for: construction of special technical provisions as prepared by Nevada Tahoe Conservation District (NTCD) and construction of stormwater treatment project improvements (refer to plans prepared by NTCD) including, but not limited to: install stormwater conveyance pipe; install infiltration basin and associated inlets and outlets; repair rock lined channels, rock bowl, and pervious paver strip; install and repair fences; retrofit existing drainage inlets; revegetate the site; provide temporary erosion control; haul excess material to approved disposal site; repair all existing site improvements damaged during the course of the work and provide job cleanup to the satisfaction of NTCD. Work will be performed within Nevada Department of Transportation right-of-way, United States Forest Service, and private property in Zephyr Cove, Nevada.
Documents may be obtained at no cost at ntcd.org (see below), at the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District at 400 Dorla Court, Zephyr Cove, Nevada 89448 or by contacting Meghan Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Monica Grammenos, email@example.com, (775) 586-1610.
TRPA Best in Basin Award for NTCD!
The Rosewood Creek Restoration Project received a TRPA Best in Basin award at their September 28, 2016 Board meeting!
From 2012-2015, the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District implemented a stream restoration on a half mile reach of Rosewood Creek, a tributary to Third Creek in Incline Village. Over 2,100 feet of channel and floodplain were restored in a reach of stream that had the potential to deliver roughly 10,000 cubic yards of sediment to Lake Tahoe in the next 20 years if the status quo persisted. Unique about the Rosewood Creek Area A Restoration is that it occurred mostly on private land. The design team knew future access to the corridor would be limited and therefore designed the system to be resilient to major events.