Nevada City, Calif. March 23, 2020 – The Tahoe National Forest is closing offices and implementing virtual services to protect the health and safety of employees and members of the public during the COVID-19 outbreak in accordance with guidance from federal and state authorities.
“As we work through an unpredictable and rapidly changing situation, health and safety is our number one priority,” said Eli Ilano, Tahoe National Forest Supervisor. “We are committed to continuing to support our communities and fulfill our mission as we all work together to minimize the impacts and spread of COVID-19.”
These actions have been taken based on the best available medical advice to limit gatherings of large numbers of people and to promote social distancing.
Many services traditionally offered in our public offices are available online.
California Campfire Permits: https://www.readyforwildfire.org/permits/campfire-permit/
California Residential Burn Permit: https://burnpermit.fire.ca.gov/
Annual or Lifetime Federal Recreation Pass, including all Senior Passes: https://store.usgs.gov/recreational-passes
Exclusive Tahoe National Forest merchandise offered through our partner organization the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association: https://esiaonline.org/shop-online
For additional questions, please visit our website at https://www.fs.usda.gov/tahoe/. We will continue to update our website with current virtual service information as conditions change. To email the Tahoe National Forest, please use the ‘Contact Us’ function on our website: https://www.fs.usda.gov/contactus/tahoe/about-forest/contactus. To contact your local Tahoe National Office with specific questions, please use the updated telephone numbers below.
Tahoe National Forest Supervisors Office (Nevada City): 530-265-4531
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Truckee Ranger District Office: 530-536-0417
Sierraville Ranger District Office: 530-430-7093
American River Ranger District Office (Foresthill): 530-492-5631
Yuba River Ranger District Office (Camptonville): 530-362-8259
Visitors to our National Forests are urged to take the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For tips from the CDC on preventing illnesses like the coronavirus, go to: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/prevention.html.