The District provides snow removal services on 2.3 miles of bike trail during the winter months. Snow removal is performed as needed between November 15th and April 30th. Maintenance services also included trail inspection and maintenance, sanding for traction control, sweeping, installation and removal of snow poles and signage, litter pick-up, equipment maintenance, fence repair and trail resurfacing.
The benefits to visitors and community include improved pedestrian safety along Squaw Valley Road, especially on busy days when Squaw Valley Resort controls traffic for automobile ingress and egress using three lanes. There is also an unquantifiable benefit in providing an additional, alternative, non-snow recreational opportunity, as well as an overall health and wellness benefit for locals, tourists and the North Tahoe and Truckee community.
Through a combination of Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenue granted to the District by Placer County and the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association and generous contributions, the District provides snow removal service for the winter. Please join us in thanking the organizations listed below for their continued and generous support:
- Placer County
- North Lake Tahoe Resort Association (NLTRA)
- Resort at Squaw Creek (RSC)
- Squaw Valley Business Association (SVBA)
- Squaw Valley Resort (SVR)
- Squaw Valley Property Owners Association (POA)