Newsletters are printed quarterly.
Base Facility Construction Update, Recruitment begins for a New General Manager, Park and Facilities Update, Board Meeting Time Change, Wipes Clog Pipes and Low Flow Toilet Rebate Reminder.
Help Save California's Water: Water Conservation is Mandatory, Playground Completed, Park and Facilities Department Maintenance Responsibilities, Reinvestment into the Water System Continues, Dog Day in the Park Receives Placer County Grant
2013 Water Quality Report, Summer 2014 Bocce Ball League, Movies in the Park, Resident Benefit Stickers Valid Through December 31, 2014, Employee Steps Up for Sports Field Management, California State Parks Pass, Outdoor Summer Concert Series
Drought Declaration Update, North Tahoe Regional Park Updates, 2013 NTPUD Employee Awards, 2013 California Water Environment Association, Sierra Section, 2013 Awards, North Tahoe Event Center Updates, Recruitment underway for Recreation and Parks Commissioners, 2014 Summer Outdoor Concert Series, Community Clean Up Day.
History of Sewer Systems in the Tahoe Basin; Low Flow Toilet Rebate Credit Program, What's New in Park and Facilities Department?, Wipes Clog Pipes - Only Toilet Paper Down the Sewer; Do I Need an Expansion Tank for My Hot Water Heater?
Capital Project Update, Tracey Towner: New Park and Facilites Manager Talks Priorities, State Requirements and Mandates, Kathy Long: Park and Facilities Manager Retires, Dog Day in the Park Recap and Dog Park Fundraising Kickoff.
Boat launch update, New Tahoe Beaches app, Park and Facilities Department Update, District concessionaires, Summer activities, 2012 Water Quality Report
Why do I pay a base rate for sewer and water?, Maintenance and Inspection of Water Tanks, Automatic Payment Option, Community Clean Up Day - June 1, Conservation landscaping for a sustainable backyard, No drugs down the drain!
Meet our newest Board Member, Phil Thompson, Where do your monthly fees go?, Low Flow Toilet Credit Rebate Program, What is a Sewer Pump Station?, Best wishes to Robin Runyon on her retirement, 2012 Employee Awards.
Capital Improvements Funded with Grants Result in Efficiencies, North Tahoe Community Tree Lighting, Holiday FOG Information, Low Flow Toilet Rebate Credit Program Announced, Employee Promotions, Project Completion Ceremony, Wipes Clog Pipes: Use the Trashcan, Not the Toilet.
2011 Water Quality Report, Sewer and Water Line Construction in Preparation for Kings Beach Commercial Core Project, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and Coon Street Boat Launch Update, 2012-2014 Resident's Benefit Stickers, District Concessionaires Support our Parks, Be Part of the Community Garden at the North Tahoe Regional Park, Ultra Low Flow Toilet Rebate Program Coming Soon.
Features: Employees Pass Certifications, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Update, Water Wise Gardening, What Does that Truck Do: Vacuum Truck, Placer County Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events, Summer Jobs at the North Tahoe Public Utility District, Water Conservation: Irrigation, New Partnership Brings Message of Water Conservation and Water Quality to North Tahoe Students.
Features: Capital Improvement Projects Save Money, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Parking Project Moving Forward, Dollar Creek Shared Use Trail Project, Fuel Reduction Project, 2011 Employee Awards, New Holiday Lights Donated by Liberty Energy, New Art at the North Tahoe Event Center, Recreation and Parks Survey.
Features: Wet Your P-Traps, 2010-2011 Capital Improvement Project Updates, Financial Update: Looking Forward and Back, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Grant Funding Announced, Playground Grand Opening and Ice Cream Social, Welcome! Will Stelter, Planning and Engineering Manager, Coupon for FOG Container.
Features: 2010 Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report; Summer Calendar of Events for North Tahoe; Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and Coon Street Boat Launch Update; Employee Focus: Michael Warren; Tampering with District Facilities; Playground Grand Opening Celebration; Introduction of our new General Manager, Paul Schultz, PE.
Features: Placer County Redevelopment Agency information, North Tahoe Regional Park hours of operation, 2010 Employee Awards, Norma Schwartz memorial, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and North Tahoe Regional Park updates, and a message from the North Tahoe Fire Protection District.
Features: Paper Streets, Easements and Public Right of Way; Home Winterization Checklist; Hot Tap: Connecting to an Existing Water or Sewer Line; Employees of the District; Disposing of Household Hazardous Waste
Features: Placer County Clerk/Recorder, Recreation and Parks Commission Recruitment, Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day at the North Tahoe Regional Park, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Boat Launch Update, Electronic Billing Options, Summer 2010 Event Listing, Annual Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report for 2009.
Features: Public Opinion Survey Results, Pancake Breakfast Recap, Hiring Begins for Seasonal Work in the Parks Department.
Features: 2009 Employee Awards, Winter Fun and Activities at the North Tahoe Regional Park
Features: Public-Private Partnerships Can Save our State Parks, North Tahoe Regional Bike Trail Update
Features: Reality CCTV: The Eyes Under the Ground, Annual Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report for 2008, Coon Street and Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Boat Launch Update
Features: Easements: Know What's on Your Property, Prevent Invasive Species from Entering Our Lake, Summer Activities on the Beach!
Features: District Exceeds Goals for 2008 Water Main Replacement, New Water Storage for Kings Beach and Tahoe Vista, Fundraising Begins for New Playground Equipment
Features: NTPUD Focus to go Quarterly!, Recreation and Parks Commission Openings, Final Touches at Tahoe Vista Recreation Area Lakeside
Features: Board Adopts 2009 Budget, North Tahoe Parks System Crisis, Carnelian Woods Water Tank Rehabilitation Project
Features: 2008 Capital Project Update, Why Do I Have to Pay to Park at Kings Beach?, 2008 Resident’s Stickers Now Available
Features: The Ramada at North Tahoe Regional Park, NTPUD Continues to Eye State Budget for Taxpayers, Boaters and Water Users: Don't Move a Mussel
Features: How the California Budget Crisis Could Impact the NTPUD, Summer 2008 Capital Improvement Projects, Pine Needle Clean Up Day
Features: North Tahoe Community Conference Center Celebrates 20 Years in the Hospitality Industry, Dogs in the Park, Off-Road Vehicle Regulations
Features: Pancakes, Parade, and a New Snow Castle, District Hires General Manager, Beaver Street Water/Sewer Replacement Project Status Report
Features: Pancake Breakfast to Benefit the Youth Trust Fund & the Third Annual Community Expo, Does Your Home have a Water Shut Off Valve?
Features: What is an Enterprise Fund?, Reminder: On-Line Bill Payment Available, Sewer Service Lateral Ownership
Features: Bike Trail Meeting Announcement, Let's Meet at the Beach!, Winter Fun in the Snow