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Lake Valley Fire’s Holiday Engine will be in driving through neighborhoods

Lake Valley Fire Protection District’s Holiday Engine.
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Lake Valley Fire Protection District’s Holiday Engine will be driving through the community neighborhoods next month. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the Holiday Engine will not be handing out candy canes this year.

Residents can wave and say hello from a safe social distance.

The schedule is as follows:



Dec. 11: Echo View Estates, Tahoe Mountain Road, Mule Deer Circle

Dec. 12: Lake Tahoe Blvd from Boulder Mountain Drive to Grizzly Mountain Drive



Dec. 13: West side of North Upper Truckee from Zuni Street to U.S. Highway 50, Chiapa Drive

Dec. 14: East side of North Upper Truckee from Grizzly Mountain to West San Bernardino Ave.

Dec. 15: Christmas Valley from Highway 50 to Grass Lake Road

Dec. 16: North side of Highway 50 in Meyers (lower Apache, Magnet School), behind Station 7 (Cornelian Drive, Navahoe Drive, Cheyenne Drive).

Dec. 17: North of Pioneer Trail from Highway 50 to Elks Club (Southern Pines Drive, Tionontati Street, Meadow Vale Drive), Player Drive

Dec. 18: Upper Apache Drive and Mandan Street

Dec. 19: Pioneer Trail from Busch Way to Washoan Blvd (Glen Eagles Drive, Hekpa Drive)

Dec. 20: Pioneer Trail from Washoan Blvd to Jicarilla Drive (Apalachee Drive, Nadowa Street, Susquehana Drive)

Dec. 21: Kokanee Estates (Marshall Trail, High Meadow Trail)

Dec. 22: Golden Bear Trail, Meadow View Estates (Plateau Circle, Cattleman’s Trail)

Dec. 23: Cold Creek Trail, Del Norte Street, Black Bart from Pioneer Trail to Meadow Crest Drive

For more information, call 530-577-3737.


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