Incline Village Facts

  • In 1959, there were a few homes in Incline Village. The actual Boise Cascade development began in 1968.
  • Incline Village is NOT incorporated.
  • The Incline Village General Improvement District is governed by five trustees, elected every two years for four year terms.
  • Incline Village consists of 9,000 acres, 4,500 of which would have been developed if the original plans were to be completed. There are approximately 9,000 lots.
  • Elevations range from 6,225 to 7,700 feet. The average snowfall is 181 to 189 inches. There is an average of 290 days of sunshine each year.
  • Average temperatures are 30 to 32 degrees in winter and 70 to 75 degrees in summer.
  • There are (according to the Chamber of Commerce) 6,225 permanent residents in Incline Village. During the peak tourist time, it is estimated that this figure increases to 22,000 persons.
  • There are two golf courses in Incline Village. The Championship course is a par 72 totaling 7,200 yards and the Mountain course is a par 56 totaling 3,400 yards.
  • Diamond Peak Ski Resort has 23 runs and seven lifts. The Incline beaches have a total of 2,400 feet of lake frontage. There are currently seven tennis courts as well as a private tennis club.
  • Incline Village has one elementary school, one middle school, one high school, one college (Sierra Nevada College) and one private school, Lake Tahoe School serving grades PreK – 8th.
  • Incline Village Community hospital is open 24 hours, seven days a week with a world class Emergency Room.