In 1880, after establishing a successful logging business in nearby Little Valley and with the timber mostly gone on the east side, Walter S. Hobart — already a successful Comstock businessman--and partner Seneca “Sam” Marlette — the former Surveyor General for the State of Nevada — planned to move their operations to the Lake Tahoe side of the mountains where fresh stands of timber were just starting to be cut and hauled out.
"Flattery is the most sincere form of flattery". This colloquialism takes new meaning when you meet McAvoy Layne, a well known Mark Twain impersonator. McAvoy is a 78 year old Incline resident who has lived a fascinating life both as himself and as the famous author with local ties.
Live, Work, Play.; 2 Minute Read "Every Student Deserves New Opportunities to Be Successful With the Support of a Team Who Believes the Same"
VETERAN EDUCATOR KARI MICHAEL started her job as Incline Middle School principal last July, during the heart of the lingering pandemic.
Michael came to the IMS principal job after spending 14 years serving in various roles at Incline High School. There she had stints as special education department leader, dean of students and assistant principal.
STORIES surrounding the creation of present day Incline Village involves the man named William A. Anderson. Perhaps Bill Anderson’s most lasting legacy – and certainly one of the most visible – includes the network of streets we drive on around town. Another is the vast parking lot and aging structures on the adjacent mountainside we now call the Ponderosa Ranch.
PROTECTION DISTRICT (NLTFPD) has had the honor of protecting life and property in one of the most beautiful places on earth. The NLTFPD has established a reputation for excellence in the prevention of, preparation for and response to emergencies in the communities of Incline Village and Crystal Bay, Nevada. Additionally, the NLTFPD has maintained an active presence and strong reputation amongst our partner agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin and surrounding jurisdictions.
Are you new to town? Or maybe you've lived here for a while, but could use a refresher on local resources, agencies, and businesses in the Incline Village & Crystal Bay community?
Lake Tahoe is a west coast dream — providing snowcapped mountains for winter sports in the colder months of the year, and warm, sunny beach days spent on the lake in the summer. With the perfect lifestyle balance between cold and warm weather that Lake Tahoe represents, it makes for the perfect vacation spot for many individuals traveling from out of town and into the Tahoe Basin.
This summer, leave your car behind with many free transportation options to link you to work and play! TART (Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit) takes you where you want to go. Whether traveling from Incline Village to Truckee, Crystal Bay, Kings Beach, Tahoe City or the West Shore, just leave the driving to TART! Heading out for a day to hike or bike along the trails, swim at the many beaches or enjoy an evening out? With real-time transit information, and extended hours and frequency you can plan your trip and leave your car at home. Just go to TahoeTruckeeTransit.com to plan your trip.
On July 2, more than a dozen volunteers assembled to improve the appearance and environment around Incline Gateway Roundabout, better known as the Incline Village Roundabout or Spumoni Circle. Volunteers from the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline and Incline Village Realtors grouped together to form this cleanup crew for the Friday event, allowing for an incredibly successful cleanup.
With Independence Day celebrations right around the corner, several prominent Incline Village businesses and organizations have come together to create a jam-packed 4th of July holiday weekend full of festivities for all to enjoy.
The newly formed Incline Village Crystal Bay Community and Business Association (IVCBA) has spearheaded the festivities on July 3rd and July 4th.