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Lodging Reopening Guidelines

06.10.20

Lodging, Hotels & Short-Term Rentals Receive County and State Approval to Reopen

Today, Placer County Public Health Official, Dr. Aimee Sisson aligned with the state of California to reopen lodging, hotel properties and short-term rentals on Friday, June 12.
As you prepare to reopen your business, please refer to State Guidance, specific to lodging. Placer County has also outlined  Business Guidelines   for reopening, which must be in place prior to resumed operations. The CDC has also issued cleaning guidelines for public spaces.
  • Lodging Industry Guidance
  • Hotel & Lodging Checklist
  • CHLA Reopening Guidance
  • Customer Facing Printable

  • Personal Protective Equipment {PPE} now available for your business

    The North Lake Tahoe Resort Association, in conjunction with Placer County, has sourced PPE supplies for your business. This includes 3-Ply and KN95 masks, disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, and social distancing graphics.

  • Watch the Facebook Live describing available products HERE .
  • Limited quantities are available, please submit your order HERE . Pick-up is at the Visitor Center in Tahoe City. Payment (cash, check, credit card) will be taken at pick-up.

  • Placer County is currently in Stage 2 of the   State of California Resilience Roadmap . While we can not yet advance into the next stages, business sectors outlined in Stage 3 and 4 should begin preparing to reopen responsibly, including: fitness centers and hotels/lodging for leisure and tourism. The following information is based on the state’s current general guidance to all business sectors, and may change when specific industry guidance is posted.   Learn more.


  • Tourism Recovery: We're Stronger Together

    North Lake Tahoe Destination Management: We're working on tourism recovery from NLTRA I CVB I Chamber on Vimeo.

    The North Lake Tahoe Marketing Cooperative is a partnership between the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association and the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau. We continue to work together to support our regional tourism industry.
    Learn more about the importance of tourism to North Lake Tahoe's economy HERE .

    Coming Soon: Take Care Tahoe Signage & Visitor Readiness Toolkit


    Take Care Tahoe
     has excellent resources to communicate public safety practices for visitors and locals alike. We are working with the organization on exterior signage for your business. This would include the importance of wearing masks and social distancing.Coming Soon: Take Care Tahoe Signage & Visitor Readiness Toolkit

    The North Lake Tahoe destination is also working on a visitor readiness toolkit to help the business community correspond with future guests: what they can expect upon arrival to North Lake Tahoe and responsible tourism guidelines. For now, refer to this Welcome Back letter from Take Care Tahoe .

    Printable Versions of Reopening Toolkits: