Neighbors in Al Tahoe participated in a volunteer clean-up effort today as an outcome of their most recent neighborhood meeting. Gerry and Jill Carter were the first to arrive and started collecting trash and debris at Regan Beach.
A local neighbor who was unable to tackle years of mounting debris from previous tenants was the recipient of a group volunteer effort. With the help of a volunteer with a trailer, the group was able to remove an old sofa, dilapidated shed remnants and an assortment of materials which were hauled off the property and created a dramatic improvement.
The City of South Lake Tahoe has created a Neighborhood Service Team program as part of its initiative to partner with our citizens to help increase communications with neighbors and help facilitate positive improvements in your neighborhood.
For more information on how to get involved in your neighborhood or to plan a clean-up day, visit the City’s website at www.cityofslt.us/neighborhoods.