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Washoe County Sheriff Annual Incline Community Picnic

September 5, 2023 | Member Submitted

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office is thrilled to invite the public to the WCSO Annual Incline Community Picnic that will be on Saturday, September 16th, 2023, beginning at 10:00 a.m. and running until 2:00 p.m.  This year’s event will be held at the Ridgeline Ball Fields at Incline Middle School.

Attendees will be able to enjoy free hot dogs and hamburgers while visiting with members of the Sheriff’s Office and WCSO Special Teams including:

  • Mounted Horse Unit
  • Motors
  • K9’s
  • RAVEN Helicopter
  • Marine 9 and crew
  • Bomb Squad
  • Search and Rescue Unit

… to name a few!

Community members are encouraged to come to the picnic and take advantage of valuable community resources including Child ID services, IVGID, Tahoe Family Solutions, TART, Sustainable Tahoe, Clearly Tahoe presenting Kayak Safety, Pet Network, and WARF, Tahoe Education Fund, K-9 Partners, the Tahoe Fund… and MANY more!

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Incline Village General Improvement District, the Incline Village Crystal Bay Association, the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, the United States Coast Guard, the Nevada State Police and the Trauma Intervention Program of Northern Nevada for their assistance and participation in the Incline Picnic!

Please come out and enjoy!  It will be an event to remember!


Currently, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office substation is temporarily located at 855 Alder Avenue.  In the coming weeks, we will be moving back into the original substation, located at 625 Mt Rose Hwy.  The substation is set to be back up and running, and fully functional by Monday, September 11th.  Currently, the Incline Substation is fully staffed and recently welcomed a new Office Support Specialist to assist the IV-CB community with their needs!  Captain Beard and his amazing staff would like to thank everyone in the community for their support and patience during this relocation period.  We are truly lucky and honored to serve our amazing community!

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office is currently working with Washoe County Roads to install additional solar-powered speed readers on Lakeshore Boulevard, as well as Upper Village and Upper Country Club. We are currently collecting speed data in various highly-traveled areas in IV-CB to help determine the locations for future signage.  We are dedicated to the safety of all community members and visitors… vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians alike.  Thank you to all community members who have reached out to our staff with suggestions and feedback!  We are all partners in the safety of our community.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the assignment of two (2) School Resource Officers to the Incline High School, to begin this school session.  Both deputies are currently working with the WCSO Training Section and the Washoe County School District Police Department to receive the best training to serve the needs of the students, staff, parents, and all community members.

I will provide additional information if needed!

Thank you all and have a great weekend!



Blaine Beard, Captain

Patrol Division – Incline Village

625 Mount Rose Highway, Incline Village, NV 89451
Desk: 775-832-4114

Email: bbeard@washoecounty.gov

Web:  www.WashoeSheriff.com

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