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  • The City of South Lake Tahoe proposes to improve the living conditions at Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotels and motels through a draft ordinance. Our community contains approximately 120 hotels/motels with a total of more than 5,000 rooms. Approximately 26% of these rooms are used for long-term rentals on either a continuous or seasonal basis. Join us on Wednesday, April 22nd at 5pm at the Senior Center located at 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. to talk about this import issue to ensure health and safety issues exist for the occupants, the neighborhood and the community.

  • Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association with its continued focus on providing superior customer service is proud to announce the adoption of the state-of-art document and data delivery system from CondoCerts. CondoCerts provides reliable, round-the-clock online access to all governing documents and critical project data for lenders, mortgage bankers, escrow officers, title companies, real estate agents and homeowners in need of information for Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association managed communities.

    Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association is pleased to announce their partnership with CondoCerts to deliver required documents and other requested data. CondoCerts has become the de facto standard for disseminating documents/data to meet the timely needs of the real estate community. Over 750,000 lenders, title and escrow companies and real estate agents have signed up and are using CondoCerts nationwide today. Most lenders accept CondoCerts online delivery of lender questionnaires. If not CondoCerts is pleased to complete the lending firms form. As with most service providers, CondoCerts does not provide this information for free. There is no cost to sign up or log onto the site. The only charges incurred are for obtaining specific information. The information can be paid for in several different ways including credit card, debit/ACH, mailing in a paper check or third party payments for homeowners. Keep in mind, if an escrow does not close; the charges due to CondoCerts are still owed.

    How does the CondoCerts System Work?

    Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association has put financial and other data, along with governing documents, into the CondoCerts database. The data is stored in a password-protected environment.

    To submit a request with CondoCerts, log on to www.condocerts.com. If you are a first time user, follow the links to register. WRITE DOWN OR SCREEN PRINT YOUR USER ID AND PASSWORD. Your account with CondoCerts will be activated immediately.

    Return to the CondoCerts home page at www.condocerts.com and login using the user ID and password provided. Follow the steps below to place or review an order:

    • Click on Place A New Order and select the type of transaction. Click on Next to continue.
    • Select Search by Association Name or Search by Property Address.
    • Select a State from the drop down menu.
    • Enter Association Name or Property Address, depending on selection made above. Abbreviations of the association name will broaden the name search, such as “Harbor” for “Harbor Cove Homeowners Association”.
    • Click on Search and a list of Associations will display.
    • Locate the one you are searching for and click on the Association Name hyperlink.
    • This will bring you to the Product selection screen. Click on the radio button and/or check box to select the applicable product, then click Next.
    • Enter all necessary information on the form. Click on Next to continue selecting a delivery option.
    • Review your order summary and provide payment information. Click on Place Order to submit. Review your order confirmation and available links.
    • Once completed, click on Control Center link to return the CondoCerts home page.

    If you are requesting a Demand you are notified via email when your request is completed. Once notified the request is complete, return to www.condocerts.com, login and click on Review Orders. Your request and any associated documents can be immediately printed or downloaded to your PC.

    Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association and CondoCerts are pleased to bring you this 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. CondoCerts delivers valuable association information in minutes instead of days or weeks.

    Please contact CondoCerts Customer Service at 800-310-6552 with any questions you may have.

    Thank you for utilizing CondoCerts.

  • Several Tahoe Keys property owners and the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association (TKPOA) Board of Directors have noticed properties in the Keys being advertised for sale on a partial share or less than whole conveyance basis. 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.

    The Governing Law is part of the Association CC&R’s and the restrictions of property conveyance are stated in Article VIII, Sections 2(c), 3, and 20(a). Specifically, Article VIII, Section 3(c) states, “Dwellings shall not be rented, leased, or conveyed on a time share or interval ownership basis (as defined in California Business and Professions Code Section 1103.5 or comparable superseding statute)…,” and Article VIII Section 20 (a) states, “…no lot shall be further subdivided nor shall less than all of any such lot be conveyed by an owner…”

    Any sale or offer for sale of partial shares or other than whole conveyance is subject to fine assessment against the property owner and a potential lien on the property. Please share this information with your colleagues and advise your buyers and sellers of this restriction.

  • Vacation Home Rentals

    The Tahoe Keys Property Owners' Association is a Non-Profit Corporation established to own, repair, maintain and manage common areas for the homeowners of the TKPOA. The Association's business offices provide the Tahoe Keys homeowners with a full-time support staff including public service, landscaping, exterior maintenance, administrative and accounting.

    NOTE: 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.

    Vacation Home Rentals - Rules and Ordinances

    City of South Lake Tahoe (Article XIII Chapter 28A-69)

    The City of South Lake Tahoe ordinance states that no owner of a vacation home rental shall rent that unit for 30 consecutive calendar days or less without a valid vacation home rental permit.

    Permit conditions include provisions for:

    1) Limiting overnight occupancy of the vacation home rental to the specific number of occupants designated in the permit; with the number of overnight occupants not to exceed 2 person per bedroom, plus 4 additional person per residence.

    2) Limiting the number of vehicles to the number designated in the permit; with the number of vehicles not to exceed the number of designated on-site parking spaces.

    3) Informing renters of rules regarding vacation home rentals, using  best efforts to assure that the occupants and/or guests of the vacation home rental do not create unreasonable noise or disturbances.

    Complete information, including the Vacation Rental complaint process, is available at the City of South Lake Tahoe's Vacation Rental Program website or you may also call the Community Service Officer, Bob Albertozzi, at (530) 542-6107. You will also find a long list of rental agencies on the city's website.

  • TEXT OF PROPOSED CHANGES

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    On May 22, 2015, the Board of Directors approved the following changes to the Architectural Control Rules Brochure for a 30 day membership review period. Changes will be considered for adoption at the July 17, 2015 TKPOA Regular meeting of the Board of Directors.

    If you would like to provide any feedback to the Board prior to approval, please email your comments to Heather Houston, Administrative Assistant at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or submit them in person at the TKPOA Pavilion Office.

  • TEXT OF PROPOSED CHANGES

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    On May 22, 2015, the Board of Directors approved the following Mandatory Emergency Rules Effective for 120 Days or until amended or Adopted by the TKPOA Board of Directors

    WATER CONSERVATION RULES - MANDATORY

    Purpose and Effect of Proposed Rule Change

    To implement a mandatory and enforceable Water Conservation program for the Tahoe Keys Property Owner Association in compliance with the State of California – Executive Order B-29-15. [April 25th 2015 State of Emergency – Severe Drought Conditions]

  • 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.

  • Recent Changes to the City of SLT Vacation Rental Policy

  • The City of South Lake Tahoe wants your input on proposed changes to the Vacation Home Rental Code. A public meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 24th at 5:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 1901 Airport Rd. Concerned neighbors, vacation homeowners, rental companies and hotels should attend this important meeting. More information on the Vacation Home Rental Program is available online at www.cityofslt.us/vhr