Our business members are the heart of everything we do, and we recognize that their success is necessary to achieve a healthy community and balanced economy. Therefore, our staff are dedicated to creating visibility of their services, promoting tourism, being champions of a robust economy, and creating incentives to support local.
The people who live and work in Alpine County are the threads that make up the fabric we call Community. We strive to help our community members make lasting connections and contribute to the health, safety, and the economic and environmental well-being of our towns.
Alpine County provides a friendly, relaxing environment far removed from the state’s urbanized destinations. Whether it’s for a weekend getaway or longer, we are sure you’ll enjoy the finest in mountain adventure and recreation. Our Visitor's Center in Markleeville is your go-to stop for area information, maps, souvenirs, local insights, and more!
2021 was another "unique" year on the books! Thanks to all of our members, community partners, and supporters for helping us continue to serve the community during a very challenging year.
Due to large scale rain events in Eastern Alpine County, Highway 89 will be closed to all traffic from Turtle Rock Park to Markleeville until further notice. Access to Markleeville will be through Monitor Pass for residents.
Donate to the Markleeville Business Resilience Fund: https://gofund.me/15312fac
Road Closure Information: https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/
Flash Flood Warning & Watch Mapping: https://arcg.is/1XqXLW