Incline news briefs: Community Services Master Plan workshop Nov. 30 |

Incline news briefs: Community Services Master Plan workshop Nov. 30

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — IVGID residents are invited to “an interactive community workshop” about the district’s Community Services Master Plan on Wednesday, Non. 30, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Chateau, 955 Fairway Blvd.

There, IVGID staff will begin the workshop with “a brief introduction of what is a Community Services Master Plan, followed by working stations about IVGID’s recreation facilities and programs,” according to a news release. “The evening will end with thank yous and a raffle drawing.”

This is part of an 18 month-long process of master planning for the future of Community Services, according to IVGID.

“Updating the master plan every 10-15 years is an industry standard best practice to determine what the community wants as a road map for maintaining, revitalizing, or expanding new or existing amenities to meet the needs of our community,” officials said.

Can’t attend? Please feel free to share your ideas by emailing at; visit to learn more.

See’s Candies on sale

See’s Candies are back in Incline Village for the 2016 Holiday Season. Brought to you by the Rotary Club of Incline Village, funds raised from sales are returned to the community through grants Rotary provides to local agencies, clubs and schools.

You can find your favorite holiday candy at one of several Incline Village locations: Ace Hardware in Raley’s Center; Wired Solutions in the Upper Village Center near the thrift stores; Dr. Jonathan Smith O.D. at 780 Northwood; Incline Cleaners at 889 Tahoe Blvd.; and Incline Vacation Rentals and Rainbow Printing at 917 Tahoe Blvd.

Annual ‘Giving Tree’ returns next week

Lake Tahoe School, in collaboration with Tahoe Family Solutions, is again hosting the annual “Giving Tree” full of families’ wishes for the holidays.

TFS has chosen 10 families who are most at need during the holidays and asked for three wishes from each family member. These wishes are written on ornaments and hung on the Giving Tree in Lake Tahoe School’s lobby from Nov. 28-Dec. 12.

Residents are welcome to choose an ornament, purchase a gift, and return the unwrapped presents to the school by Dec. 12. Incline High School students will assist Lake Tahoe School with fulfilling wishes and with wrapping the presents.

Tahoe Family Solutions will then distribute the gifts to the local families through Dec 25. For information, contact Leslie Blunden at TFS at 775-298-0204.

IVGID awards janitor contract to local business

On Nov. 16, the Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees voted 5-0 to award a $132,700 multi-year contract to Incline Village-based EON Cleaning for District-wide janitorial services.

This contract was publicly advertised for competitive bidding on Sept. 29, and EON Cleaning was the low responsive bidder out of the three bids received and opened on Oct. 27, according to the district.

All IVGID Board of Trustees’ meeting are available via Livestream: Visit to learn more.

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