Interested in running for Skyland GID Trustee?

Please click the link and follow the instructions for Non Judicial Candidates:

Filing dates are Mar 4-15 2024.  Filing Fee is $35
If selected by the voters, you will serve either a 2 or 4 year term.
Compensation is $2400 per year.

Call for Volunteers

1. We are in need of volunteers for our committees.  In the last GID meeting the trustees approved the attached Charter, tasking and deliverables for each of the committees.  If you have interest in any of the committees, please let us know.  You can email, or call Janine 775-339-1961 and I will help coordinate with the trustees for each of the committees.

2. We’ve had a number of requests to re-start our Neighborhood Watch program. It is a good time to get this going as we are likely to see a lot of change over the next few years that will bring more non-residents into our neighborhood (lack of parking on Hwy 50, Zephyr Cove Resort operations moving closer to the southern boundary of our neighborhood and the potential of a bike path coming through our neighborhood).  Neighborhood Watch will also help to solidify our relationship with DCSO and increase awareness of things impacting us.  If you are interesting in leading this effort or being a block captain, please call Janine 775-339-1961.  We are hoping to get this up and running soon!

Exempt District Guidelines and References

Update...The Skyland Entry/fence
Reconstruction Project 02/23

Skyland GID Bylaws
Revised & Approved 2/10/22

Fun & Family

The Skyland Neighborhood is nestled between mountains to climb, forests to explore and our own private beach! Zephyr Cove Elementary School (K-6) and George Whittell High School (7-12) are just across Hwy 50 on Warrior Way. There you will also find a sports field, tennis courts, a frisbee golf and fitness course, picnic area and our local public library. Just to the south of our neighborhood are walking trails leading to Zephyr Cove and all of its amenities including the MS Dixie. Anywhere you wish to venture, Skyland is a great place for family and fun!


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