FAQs About Benefits
Following are questions and answers regarding resident benefits in the North Tahoe Public Utility District:
What is CFD 94-1?
Community Facilities District (CFD) 94-1 is a Mello Roos assessment passed in 1992 by the residents of the North Tahoe Public Utility District to support the North Tahoe Regional Park and other recreational opportunities provided by the District. Since the Mello Roos was passed, more recreational amenities have been added to the Park, as well as the construction of Tahoe Vista Recreation Area.
Funds collected from this tax measure also provide an annual subsidy to local youth organizations that operate recreational programs for the youth in the community. These subsidies come in the form of cash donations as well as in kind donations such as free field usage (including the lining and required prep time) and field maintenance.
In 2017, CFD 94-1 provides approximately $612,000 for the upkeep, operation and maintenance of District facilities as well as to subsidize these youth programs. These are the only funds the District has to maintain and operate these facilities other than use and parking fees collected or rent paid by concessionaires. No property tax money or other funding sources go toward the operation of these facilities.
I am a District Resident, how does the benefit program work?
A continuing goal for the District is to improve the value provided to District taxpayers. The Resident's Benefit Program provides two (2) vehicle stickers to property owners within the North Tahoe Public Utility District boundaries that have paid the CFD 94-1 assessment. The stickers are to be adhered to the windshield of your vehicle, they are non-transferable, however property owners may request that the stickers be provided to those living at the property. Download the transfer of Resident Benefits Form.
How do I get my Stickers?
Each parcel that pays the full assessment is eligible for two (2) vehicle stickers for use. A third or fourth sticker can be purchased for ½ the cost of the current assessment, $45 in 2016. No more than four stickers may be provided per parcel.
Come to the District office in Tahoe Vista on Donner Road (turn left just before the end of National Avenue and look for the visitor parking lot on the right) anytime during normal business hours. If you are not available during business hours, fill out an application and return it to us and the District will mail you your packet; download the application.
Property owners may also pick up the sticker or request that it be provided to those living in the property. Download the transfer of Resident Benefits Form.
Those living who do not own the property and whose landlord does not pass the Resident's Benefit card on to them may purchase an NTPUD Resident Benefit sticker for $45 and receive one sticker and all benefits of residents.
Those living outside the District may purchase a "Park Supporter" pass for $100 and will also receive all resident benefits and discounts.
What benefits do I get?
The program allows free parking at the North Tahoe Regional Park and discounted parking at Tahoe Vista Recreation Area As well as discounted launch rates for the Tahoe Vista Boat Launch. The Benefit Program offers discounted rates for use of Regional Park facilities such as the Ramada group picnic area, tennis courts and ball fields as well as at the North Tahoe Event Center and a 10% discount with all District concessionaires.
Although Tahoe Vista Recreation Area is owned by the District, it was constructed after CFD 94-1 was passed and its maintenance requirements were not included in the funding request, Residents are required to pay a reduced fee for use of this facility. This funding is used to provide for maintenance and operation as well as to set aside funding for long term maintenance such as parking lot sealing and resurfacing.
Park Supporter benefits are available to anyone living outside the District per the information provided above.
Resident's Benefit Document Downloads