3 Steps Closer to Fun!

-Clean, Drain and Dry-

 


Attention Boaters: Beginning October 1st, inspections will be first-come, first-served at select locations. Click here for more details. 


Want to be a Watercraft Inspector and help protect Lake Tahoe from Invasive Species?

Click HERE for more information

The need for inspections at Lake Tahoe

Watercraft are the largest source for spreading aquatic invasive species (AIS) into new waterways. Mandatory inspections stop aquatic invasive species, such as quagga mussels, BEFORE they enter the water. Please do your part to protect Lake Tahoe and plan ahead for mandatory boat inspections. Invasive species have devastating environmental and economic impacts on industries, communities, and native species populations. Most invasive species do not have predators to keep their populations in balance and, once introduced, are difficult if not impossible to eradicate. What is AIS? Read more here!

3 Steps Closer to Fun!

– Clean, Drain and Dry –


Attention Boaters: Watercraft inspections are by appointment only through June 30. From July 1 through July 5, inspections will be on a first-come, first-served basis and no appointments will be necessary or available. Appointments resume July 6 and availability is limited. Please plan accordingly. During appointments, no drop-in inspections are available and only boaters with an appointment are allowed at the inspection locations. Thank you for your patience and for helping protect Lake Tahoe.

Schedule an Appointment

[No documents necessary]


Want to be a Watercraft Inspector and help protect Lake Tahoe from Invasive Species?

Click HERE for more information

The need for inspections at Lake Tahoe

Watercraft, are the largest source for spreading aquatic invasive species (AIS) into new waterways. Mandatory inspections stop aquatic invasive species, such as quagga mussels, BEFORE they enter the water. Please do your part to protect Lake Tahoe and plan ahead for mandatory boat inspections. Invasive species have devastating environmental and economic impacts on industries, communities, and native species populations. Most invasive species do not have predators to keep their populations in balance and, once introduced, are difficult if not impossible to eradicate.