Important Information for those renting a home in Marla Bay
Marla Bay is a family community with many full time residents. Please ensure while you are in Marla Bay you are being considerate of everyone in the community. Rental noise, parking, garbage complaints which are reported to and found to be valid by the County can jeopardize a house's rental permit.
Please read the complete copy of the Marla Bay Community Guidelines posted to the right. A copy of these guidelines should be reviewed by all guests to ensure a pleasant stay for everyone in Marla Bay.
Note: Each rental in Marla Bay has a posted occupancy limit per Douglas County Ordinance. Please ensure your use complies with occupancy limits.
A few simple things to remember while you are in Marla Bay:
Keep it down after 10 p.m. (noise and music to be kept down); turn off unnecessary exterior lights.
NO street parking is allowed, violators will be towedat owner’s expense.
The speed limit in Marla Bay is 15 mph and you MUST STOP at all stop signs.
No dogs on the beach from Memorial Day to Labor Day between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
If you have a dog with you, please utilize the mutt mitts that are at each of the beach access ways. Disposal of full mutt mitts should ONLY be placed in designated (small) cans at the beach entrances (available May-Oct), or, in the garbage can of the house you are renting. Please be considerate and NEVER dispose of them in another residents garbage can!
BEARS and TRASH:Douglas County requires use of bear-proof trash cans (make sure lid is on tight) or a bear box. Marla Bay frequently has bears in the area. For the safety of all, please ensure you dispose of trash in a bear proof container that has been properly secured. Never pile excess garbage around or outside a garbage can. Garbage is picked up early Wednesday morning--and the bears know it. South Tahoe Refuse will not clean up household garbage spread across the property or the street and garbage problems from Bears can be reported to the County as a rental violation.
Do not leave any food, trash, etc. in your vehicles as bears may gain access to your vehicle to get to such items causing damage to your vehicle.