SKYLAND BEACH RULES AND PARKING PERMITS
Residents & Guests must display or present (when asked)
the issued beach pass when using the beach.
- Parking at the beach requires SKYLAND parking permit.
- Use at your own risk. No Life Guard on Duty.
- No items left behind. "Pack it in and Pack it out".
- No "Reserving" beach space allowed in swim area.
- No Fires on beach
- No Dogs on beach
- No Glass on beach
- No Loud music
- No trash is to be placed inside Porta Potty.
- Take your trash with you when you leave.
- No Motorized Water Craft allowed in swim area.
- Stay within the beach boundaries and off of Private Property.
- Monitor your language and behavior. "Family Beach".
- Kayaks, Paddle Boards and water toys stowed must have SKYLAND sticker.
- Don't re-arrange or throw beach rocks.
Please get to know our beach boundaries and stay off of Private Property.
The breakwater rocks on the left side of our beach, and the dock to the far right,
belong to a lakefront owner.
2020 beach and parking permits
2020 beach and parking permits are now available. Each homeowner will receive (1) parking permit, (1) beach pass. This season’s passes are orange in color. The parking passes have holographic stickers in order to prevent unauthorized copying. Self-made parking passes will not be recognized and those vehicles are subject to being ticketed. The yellow 2019 parking and beach passes are no longer valid.
Parking permits are to be placed on your rearview mirror or dashboard when using a parking spot at Skyland beach. Residents and/or their guests must use the parking pass when using the parking spaces. As a reminder, spaces are limited and the chained section between the parking spaces near the pump house is a “No parking” area.
Signage is up in and around the beach designating "Skyland Resident Permit Parking Only, Vehicles will be cited or towed at owners expense. Fine will be $138 plus the cost of the tow. (Douglas County Code 10.12.050E)
Beach passes are larger this year for easier identification. Please use the lanyard you received last year to hang on your beach chair or umbrella in plain view. Beach rules are listed on the back of the beach passes that all residents need to read and observe. The passes are numbered and identified by the property address. The permits and passes are the responsibility of the property owner. Homeowners allowing vacation rentals or long-term renters, the use and care of the passes are your responsibility.
We will begin to deliver the passes starting on Saturday May 16th, 2020, for those we believe are full-time residents to your front door. Part-time property owners can receive their passes when in town.
Please keep in mind the state of Nevada is still under health precautions. Social distancing is still required, groups of no more than 10, etc.