For inspection requirements at DONNER LAKE, BOCA, PROSSER, JACKSON MEADOWS AND STAMPEDE RESERVOIRS, LAKE OF THE WOODS AND THE WATERS OF LAKES BASIN, please see below
Watercraft inspections are mandatory for Donner Lake. Inspections are provided at any of the Lake Tahoe Watercraft Inspection stations. For information on station locations and hours, please visit: www.tahoeboatinspections.com. Get on the Water Faster! Clean, Drain and Dry your vessel before arriving at the inspection station. For questions, please contact the Lake Tahoe and Truckee Boat Inspection Program at email@example.com or 888-824-6267. Inspection prices for Donner Lake are as follows:
- Annual: $40/vessel
- Seasonal (May – Sept): $25/vessel
- Monthly: $10/vessel
- Donner Only (May – Sept): $20/vessel
Boaters who certify that their vessel only launches on Donner Lake are eligible for a Donner Only sticker. Donner Only vessels are required to be inspected once per season. Boaters who do not exclusively launch on Donner Lake must submit to monthly inspections.
COMING SOON in 2016- The Town of Truckee will be installing a gate at the Donner Lake Boat Ramp requiring all boats to be inspected prior to launching. Boats will require inspection seal to launch.
Sierra County Waters (Stampede and Jackson Meadows Reservoirs, Lake of the Woods and the waters of Lakes Basin):
Boaters must complete a Sierra County Self Inspection Permit prior to launching. Forms are also available at the launch ramps. For more information on Sierra County’s Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Ordinance 1041 and their AIS Prevention Program, please click here: Sierra County AIS
Boca and Prosser Reservoirs:
Be sure to Clean, Drain and Dry your vessel before launching. See videos below for more information.
Protect our Waters! Clean, Drain and Dry your vessel before arriving at the boat launch.
Truckee Regional Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program
Truckee watershed stakeholders saw the need to initiate the development of a regional approach to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species such as the quagga mussel, New Zealand mudsnail and Eurasian watermilfoil. Stopping the spread of AIS is being accomplished through a collaborative process that includes watercraft inspections, education & outreach and early detection monitoring. The Truckee Regional Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program (TRAISPP) is supported by recreational users, environmental groups, local, state and federal government agencies.
For reports and publications on the Truckee AIS Prevention Program, please click here