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Friday, February 23, 2024

Prepare for wildfires, power shutoffs

Despite recent rain in the Tahoe Sierra, fire officials are urging locals, visitors and vacation homeowners to be prepared in the event of a...

New fire restrictions in place

The U.S. Forest Service announced that enhanced fire restrictions are in effect on National Forest lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin through the end...

Wildfire safety restrictions in effect in Tahoe until November

CAL FIRE has suspended all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Eastern Sacramento, Nevada, North-Eastern San Joaquin, Placer, Sierra...

Tahoe Weekly’s 3rd Annual Tahoe Wildfire Preparedness Guide 2023

The Tahoe Sierra may have experienced a winter for the record books, but wildfire danger is still a concern to local fire officials that...

Tahoe Wildfire Safety Toolkit

Stay safe this summer with Tahoe Weekly’s annual Wildfire Safety Preparedness Guide, full of tips and checklists to help you and your family be...

Is your home ready for a disaster?

Courtesy Cal Fire and FEMA Preparing your home for a natural disaster or fire, includes checking that your insurance coverage is adequate and creating an...

Does your home have defensible space?

Courtesy TRPA If a wildfire breaks out, will firefighters be able to save your home? Having defensible space around your home will mean the...

Prepare a wildfire Go Bag

Courtesy Tahoe Fire & Fuels Team & Cal Fire If you were told to get ready for an evacuation or to evacuate immediately, do you...

Prepare Your Family for a Wildfire

Courtesy Tahoe Fire & Fuels Team & Cal Fire Residents and visitors need to be prepared to evacuate in the event of an emergency. Take...

Understand fire warnings, Red Flag

From Tahoe Network of Fire Adapted Communities One of the first steps to being prepared for a wildfire is to understand what wildfire warnings and...