Incline Board to discuss fiscal budget, recreation and beach facility fees, and contracts related to Effluent Pipeline

IVGID offices in Incline Village.
Rob Galloway/Tahoe Daily Tribune

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev.— The Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 12 at the IVGID Administration Building at 893 Southwood Blvd. to discuss a multitude of budget related items. 

The meeting will also live-streamed at

The meeting will begin with a presentation of additional information requested by the Board of Trustees in regards to the Utility Rate Study. 

The much awaited discussion and possible approval of the 2023/23 tentative budget will be discussed 

The consent calendar is packed, with potential to see the district approve a contract with Shaw Engineering for the Crystal Peak Road Project for a water-main replacement, along with the potential approval of the Nevada Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network agreement for mutual emergency aid. 

Main topics of general business for the evening include the potential approval of a design-build contract of Diamond Peak Base Lodge kitchen renovations, discussion of construction agreements with Granite Construction for the Effluent Pipeline Replacement Project, and the possible awarding of a contract to MeCuen Construction for the Wetlands Effluent Disposal Facility improvements. 

The board will also discuss a project partnership agreement with the US Army Corps of Engineers for the Effluent Storage Project. 

General business will conclude with the potential adoptions of a resolution preliminarily approving the Recreation Facility Fee and Beach Facility Fee, along with setting the public hearing date for 6 p.m. Thursday, May 25. 

To see the entire agenda and livestream the event visit

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