Caldor Fire Update
With the Caldor Fire at the doorstep of our beautiful Lake Tahoe Basin, Reno-Tahoe Territory, kindly asks that visitors postpone their upcoming trips to the Lake Tahoe area. Our community is strong and resilient, and we will once again be able to host vacationers from around the world. At this time, our priority is the safety of our residents, those who work here and the first responders doing their job to save our community.
Read the full statement from Carol Chaplin, President and CEO of Visit South Lake Tahoe:
“The priority for the destination is getting this fire under control and helping those affected. We thank all the firefighters, city, county and emergency organizations and personnel involved with our protection for their leadership in coordinating efforts on a daily basis.
We will be mobilized to assist area businesses and residents recover. We’re a tight-knit mountain community and as such have weathered various challenges over the years to emerge stronger. And we will again. We ask for everyone’s support in following the guidelines of emergency agencies and for your prayers.”
Current information on the Caldor Fire:
- Caldor Fire Information Line: (530) 303-2455
- Caldor Fire Maps: nwcg.gov/incident/maps/7801/
- Email: Enfincident@gmail.com
- Facebook: facebook.com/eldoradonf
- Twitter: @EldoradoNF
- For Road Closures and Information: Cal Trans Quick Map
Evacuation Routes: El Dorado County Evacuation Map
For evacuation warning and order information, visit http://www.tinyurl.com/EDSOEVAC
USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region has a TEMPORARY CLOSURE of nine National Forests. More information.
CA State Parks to completely close the state parks on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe until further notice. These parks include Emerald Bay State Park, D.L. Bliss State Park, and Sugar Pine Point State Park. The complete closure of parks also means the day-use areas, campgrounds, historic house museum tours and visitor centers will remain closed until further notice. More information
Nevada State Parks: Sand Harbor, Cave Rock, Spooner, and Van Sickle are closed: More information
As of Aug. 22, Heavenly Mountain Resort is closed for the summer season and will welcome guests back for the 2021/22 winter season, November 19, 2021.