LAKE TAHOE DESTINATION STEWARDSHIP PLAN
Taking Care of Tahoe
Alignment around a Shared Vision
Lake Tahoe’s communities and economy are rooted in recreation and tourism, touching the lives of all who work, live, and play here. The region is coming together to create a shared destination stewardship plan that will balance the needs of the environment, businesses, visitors, and local communities. This new shared strategy will inspire all to take care of Tahoe.
Touchpoints for all community members to be involved in the plan have been held throughout the planning process. In-person public workshops were held in May and October to give everyone an opportunity to help create the Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Plan.
New approaches for growing challenges
This planning process will collectively redefine how destination management can better serve the greater Tahoe region – now and into the future. The plan will help address recent pressures while optimizing the value of recreation and tourism in a changing world.
Everyone has a role in this, from residents, visitors, and second homeowners, to recreation land managers, business owners, visitors authorities, and local government partners – we all share the desire and responsibility to take care of Tahoe.
News & Updates
Below is a recap of the Project Team's top takeaways from visioning workshops held around the Tahoe and Truckee region May 16-18, and Jun 9 2022. You can also view the ideas and responses captured during the Mentimeter exercise. Creating a Culture that Cares There is...
The Tahoe community, including Truckee, is invited to join an upcoming online visioning workshop to help create the Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Plan.
The virtual session — set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, June 9 — will round out a series of in-person workshops earlier this month that drew nearly 140 attendees. Another virtual workshop will be held in Spanish on June 10 at 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to gather additional input from the Spanish-speaking community.