Homewood, CA – Homewood Mountain Resort remained closed for a day last Wednesday during the all-important holiday week, following a single structure fire that occurred at the resort’s South Lodge during the early morning hours.
No injuries were reported, and no individuals were on-site at the time. The building is a total loss. The North Tahoe Fire Protection District is investigating the cause of the fire. Normal mountain operations resumed on Thursday.
The South Lodge was primarily used as restaurant and administration offices at the ski resort on the shores of Lake Tahoe.
“On behalf of our team, I would like to thank North Tahoe Fire and the other coordinating agencies that responded so quickly to the call,” said Homewood’s General Manager, Kevin Mitchell.
At approximately 3:02 a.m., the North Tahoe Fire Protection District responded to a heavily involved structure fire at Homewood Mountain Resort’s South Lodge. Further resources were ordered from North Lake Fire Protection District, Truckee Fire, and Squaw Valley Fire.
No word is yet available regarding Homewood’s plans to replace the structure.