Incline Village Substation/Marine-9
Incline Village - Non Emergency -
Main Dispatch: (775) 785-9276 (775) 785-WCSO
Incline Village Substation
Administrative Office: (775) 832-4107
Incline Village Substation Commander
Captain Blaine Beard
Main Phone: (775) 832-4114
Lieutenant Anthony Miceli
THE INCLINE SUBSTATION WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED BEGINING FRIDAY MARCH 10TH DUE TO WATER DAMAGE FROM RECENT STORMS. THERE IS CURRENTLY NO KNOWN REOPENING DATE BUT WE WILL PROVIDE AN UPDATE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
To schedule an appointment for Work Permits, Business License, CCW and Fingerprinting please visit our Records Page.
Bear Information - Be Bear Aware!
Click HERE to view the video "Urban Bears" presented by the Washoe County Health District
The Incline Village Substation is a full-service satellite station which provides all necessary law enforcement services to the citizens and visitors of Incline Village and Crystal Bay. The Incline Village Substation of the Washoe County Sheriff's Office has the primary responsibility of providing law enforcement, search and rescue, and civil process services for an area from the Mt. Rose summit to Crystal Bay and Incline Village on the northeastern shores of Lake Tahoe.
Services available at the Substation include processing of work cards, fingerprinting, Concealed Weapons Permits (CCWs), dog licenses, and civil process, as well as assisting in crime/incident reporting. Administration office phone: (775) 832-4107.
Administration Office Hours are:
Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (excluding Holidays)
Deputies are available 24/7
MARINE 9 - Patroling Lake Tahoe
For over 20 years, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office has been patrolling the waters of Lake Tahoe from the California state line to Carson County line. The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Marine 9 is a Titan Pilot, T-280 RHIB (Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat) Vessel. This 28 foot vessel is the newest addition to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office and the Incline Village Substation, Lake Tahoe. With latest radar, sonar, and navigational technology by RayMarine, Marine 9 is also equipped with Forward Looking InfraRed (FLIR), a video system, and a SirenMarine early warning system which notifies emergency operators of a variety of systems failures. Marine 9 is powered by twin 300HP Mercury Verado engines with a top speed over 50 MPH.
Emergencies: dial 911
Non-emergency Dispatch: (775) 785-WCSO (9276)
Road conditions in Nevada: dial 511 or (877) 687-6237
Snow Conditions – Incline Hotline – Parking Red/Green Day: (775) 833-5555 ext 1
Road Conditions - California: (800) 427-6723 or (916) 445-1534
Road Hazards - NDOT: (775) 834-8300
Road Hazards - WC: (775) 832-4125
Incline Village Chamber of Commerce: (775) 831-4440
Incline Village General Improvement District: (775) 832-1100
Incline Village Justice Court: (775) 832-4100
Animal Control: (775) 322-DOGS (3647)
Bears: (775) 688-BEAR (2327)
Department of Wildlife: (775) 688-1500