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Another Winter Record Surpassed!

March 21, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

On Monday 3/20, the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab reported that this winter just surpassed ’82/’83 as the SECOND snowiest winter on record since the CSSL was built in 1946! We now have a season total of 677″ (56.4 feet, 17.2 m).

The CSSL released a graph showing how this season falls on into their entire record of snowfall and snow depth.

Check out the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab on Facebook for more updates >

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Community Appreciation – IHS Custodians

March 15, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Incline Village High School was deemed unsafe for students and staff due to a gas leak, and was closed Tuesday. IHS Custodians worked tirelessly to dig out access to the leak.

From Incline High School Admin:

We’d like to celebrate some truly heroic employees that spent the last nine hours digging out the gas line on the roof.
Marvin Cruz, Frank Espino, Antonio Cruz, and Antonio Reyes worked non-stop today to dig a 4′ deep trench the length of the 3rd floor roof from Mr. Canino’s room to the end of the music room! IPM also helped our super crew in digging the trench. Thank you to SW Gas for testing our gas line and making sure the boilers work.
We’d again like to thank our entire Highlander Staff, our students, NLT Fire Department, Sheriff’s Department, and Tara Cannon. All parties were cooperative, helpful, and proactive.
Handmade thank you cards would be a lovely gesture to show how thankful we all are for the 9 hours of digging our custodians did today so we can get back in school tomorrow

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Incline Village Storm Stats!

March 13, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Washoe County

What a winter we are having! Check out these stats from Washoe County roads crews in Incline Village from March 3rd.

UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab

Another 13.2″ (33.5 cm) of snow over the last 24 hours has taken us to the third snowiest winter on record at the lab! We now have 651″ (1653 cm) from Oct 1 to present.

We’re expecting another 18-30″ of snow through tomorrow and then rain tomorrow afternoon.

Diamond Peak

Shoutout to Diamond Peak for staying open throughout all of these storms!

From their Facebook –

“March has been a wild ride so far with storm after storm and some peaks of sunshine in between. We hope you’ve been able to get to the mountain to play in the fresh snow or are enjoying the photos and webcam views from the comfort of your home.

Big shout-out to Mountain Ops and our entire staff for getting the mountain open through ALL these storms! THANK YOU!!!”

Photo provided by Diamond Peak
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2022 IVCBA Annual Report

February 22, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Photo credit Matt Morning.

We are pleased to share our 2022 Annual Report, featuring our community events, member programs, community connection initiatives, and more! We thank our 271 members and community supporters for helping build sustainability for the cohesiveness of Incline Village and Crystal Bay! We are excited for another year of supporting our thriving community.

Click full screen in the bottom right corner for best readability.

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NEW Dedicated Snowshoe Trail

February 1, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Nevada Nordic now has a dedicated snowshoe trail!

“You asked for it and we made it happen! We’ve snowmobiled a dedicated trail to Chickadee Ridge for our snowshoeing friends! The views and the birds will not disappoint! More signage is on the way. We love having trails for all our winter enthusiasts at Nevada Nordic!”

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In the News: Lake Tahoe’s Conservation Continues (Opinion)

January 23, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Originally published in the Tahoe Daily Tribune on 1/20/23. Written by Julie Regan.

The recent glimpses of clear skies, frosted forests, and Lake Tahoe’s mesmerizing blue hues have a way of perfectly framing nature’s power and beauty. Amidst a series of no less than nine extreme storm systems, we find ourselves simultaneously grateful for the abundance of snow and belittled by the size of the berms.

The need to double down on the Tahoe region’s climate action strategies could not be more urgent. Increasingly extreme weather events will continue to hit the Sierra – from mega droughts to atmospheric rivers. These and other impacts of climate change may have you questioning what strategies are in place to conserve Tahoe’s beloved communities and environment into the future? From modernizing land use policies to improving water quality and treating our overstocked forests, many of the solutions for tomorrow are built on Tahoe’s complicated legacy.

Continue Reading >

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Road to WonderGrass Tahoe

January 17, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

It’s here! The Road to WonderGrass presented by Travel North Tahoe Nevada. Featuring Dead Winter Carpenters, Kitchen Dwellers with Lindsay Lou, Caltucky, and Broken Compass Bluegrass at Crystal Bay Club and Alibi Ale Works Incline Public House. Get excited with these shows and gear up for the big WinterWonderGrass Festival at Palisades Tahoe!

Road to WonderGrass Tahoe

January 21st

Dead Winter Carpenters @ the Crystal Bay Club Crown Room (Ticketed Show)

February 15th

Kitchen Dwellers w/ Lindsay Lou @ the Crystal Bay Club Crown Room (Ticketed Show)

March 4th

Caltucky @ Alibi Incline Public House (Free Show)

March 8th

Broken Compass Bluegrass @ Alibi Incline Public House (Free Show)

Show Series Giveaways

Drawings will be held at each of the above shows for:
· 2 WinterWonderGrass GA Tickets
· 2 Late Night Tickets to a Selected Venue
· 2 Tram Jam Tickets
· WinterWonderGrass Swag


Show attendees! Sign up for the Road to WonderGrass VIP Sweepstakes.
On-site signups at the four shows. VIP Package includes 2 VIP Festival Passes, 2 late-night venue tickets and two spots on the infamous Tram Jam. One name will be pulled after the final March 18th Road Series show.

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IVCBA x 5-Star Snow Removal Giveaway

January 1, 2023 | Grace Hubrig

Thank you for Entering!

You have officially been entered to win. One winner will be randomly selected on Monday 3/6/23 to receive a free one-time snow removal service (with a a value of up to $75) from 5-Star Snow Removal.

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Local New Years Eve Events Roundup

December 28, 2022 | Grace Hubrig

If you’re looking to ring in 2023 having a blast in town, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a roundup of the local New Years Eve events:

New Year’s Eve Party & Buffet at Bowl Incline

Includes buffet dinner, late night buffet, unlimited bowling, unlimited arcade and billiards, champagne toast at midnight, DJ and dancing in upstairs lounge (upstairs lounge is 21+ only), NYE party favors, raffle drawing every hour (prizes include Bowl Incline Gear & Gift Cards). Tickets required.

New Year’s Eve: The Motet w/ Special Guests The Main Squeeze at Crystal Bay Club

VIP Meet & Greet with The Main Squeeze is also available. Includes special meet and greet with The Main Squeeze, a photo with The Main Squeeze, exclusive access to the private pre-show soundcheck with The Main Squeeze. Tickets required for the show and the optional meet & greet.

6th Annual East Coast New Years Party at Glasses Wine Bar

Be the first at the lake to welcome in 2023! Doors open at 6:30, DJ starts at 7pm. Ticket includes hats, appetizers, noisemakers, sparkling wine at “midnight” as we watch the ball drop in Times Square. Celebration attire suggested. NOTE: THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT

New Years Eve Party at Grand Lodge Casino

Bring in the New Year at the Grand Lodge Casino! We will have a live DJ from 8 pm to 1 am to kick off the New Year!

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Winner Announcement – Deck the Halls Lighting Contest

December 21, 2022 | Grace Hubrig

We are pleased to announced the winners of the 2022 Deck the Halls Community Lighting Contest! You can find the full list of participants here. Thank you to our esteemed panel of judges: Mary Danahey Shelia Leijon, and Kathy Slocum for selecting the winners this year.

Drumroll please……


Lakeshore Realty – 954 Lakeshore Blvd.


CalliBacci Acres – 170 Mayhew Circle


Village Interiors – 868 Tahoe Blvd., Suite 9


Incline Middle School Robotics


Bowl Incline – 920 Southwood Blvd.

We appreciate everyone who participated in decorating to help our Village look festive!

A big THANK YOU to our lighting sponsors:

IVCBA • Travel North Tahoe Nevada • UNR at Lake Tahoe • Washoe County Sheriff Office • Lake Tahoe School • Anonymous Donor • Rejuventation Massage • Barton Tahoe Realty • Sierra Lawyers • Tahoe Speech, Language & Learning Center • Incline Village Community Hospital • Horn Family • Tanya Soule, Realtor • Lake Tahoe School

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