On May 25, 2016, the Tahoe Keys experienced a fuel spill from an unknown source in our Spinnaker Cove area. TKPOA and Clean Harbors are working diligently to clean up the contaminate as soon as possible.
The east portion of Spinnaker Cove is closed and contained by chemical removal absorbent booming material.
Please avoid the area as vessels will not be allowed to drive past the closed area until Clean Harbors has removed all the contaminate from the water. California Fish and Wildlife Investigators as well as biologists from several agencies have been on scene and are investigating the cause of the spill. We anticipate opening of Spinnaker Bay on Friday May 27, 2016. Please be aware that any vessel driving through the containment boom into the closed area may be subject to any damages or additional clean up fees incurred. Short Term Vacation Renters should advise potential renters that accesses to boat docks within Spinnaker Cove will be limited until conclusion of the clean-up procedure. For any additional questions or concerns please contact the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association Office at 530-542-6444 or check the website at www.tkpoa.com.
At the May 20th, 2016 Regular Board Meeting, the TKPOA Board of Directors voted NOT to approve recent proposed changes to the Water Conservation Rules.
The full text of the current TKPOA Water Conservation Rules in effect is below for review.
Here are the TKPOA Positions currently open and at the end of the posting you find instructions on how to apply.
Around 1pm this afternoon a fire broke out in a unit in the Cove 1 condominium subdivision and spread to several other units as emergency crews worked to contain the blaze. As of about 4:30pm the fire has been contained and emergency crews are continuing to monitor the situation.
The ballots for the Beach Drive Water Main Replacement Project were opened and counted by the Inspector of Elections yesterday. There were 536 yes votes and 119 no votes. You find a link to the official document above.
You can find all news and published articles here, including a search function to help find older material. On the home page there is a recent news ticker that shows the latest and most important news.
In addition to the news section there is also a Forum open to TKPOA members. You can access the forum from the top menu if you are a registered user and logged in to the website.
In the Documents section you will find all available documents for review or download.
Here is a shortcut to the minutes from the Board of Directors Meetings.
The TKPOA is participating in a number of public programs as well as funding and managing our own projects to protect the wildlife and water quality around Lake Tahoe.
We are a boating community so obviously we care about the water quality in our channels and in Lake Tahoe. Click here to browse water and lake related articles.
All realtors and property owners should be advised that it is against the Governing Laws of the Association to sell, or offer for sale, partial shares or other than whole conveyance of any property in Tahoe Keys.
We have partnered with CondoCerts to improve our service related to Real Estate transactions. CondoCerts is an Internet utility developed to simplify the process of delivering and obtaining community association data and documentation for a variety of users in any association real estate transaction. Learn how it works here.
The Owners' Association DOES NOT RENT nor manage any long-term or short-term rentals within the Tahoe Keys. The Association also does not provide any services usually associated with vacation rentals such as housekeeping or private property maintenance.
Follow the rules and have a pleasant stay.
As a community we rely on each other to report suspicious and nuicanse activity in our neighborhood. The following kind of incidents should be reported to the security department: Property disturbance or violation, suspicious activity or vandalism, wild animals.
The security camera system was recently expanded to provide additional coverage in the common areas: the Pavilion and nearby facilities (childrens play area, beach volleyball court, and tennis court), and the Corporation Yard. This will help identify people responsible for ongoing issues related to the tennis courts, Pavilion Beach, volleyball court, and Pavilion dumpsters.