Attention Tahoe Keys Property Owner Association (TKPOA) Boat owners and operators.
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.
As of May 27 the spill has been removed and the area is again open to boat traffic.
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.