The Tahoe National Forest reopens at 8am on September 19th. Trails, roads, and day-use areas are open but additional restrictions are in place for camping and firearm use.
Siobhan traveled the American West as a National Park Ranger before setting down roots in Truckee. Outdoor adventure is her bread and butter and most days you can find her skiing, trail running, or backpacking. Follow along with her adventures on Instagram @siokenney.
September 10, 2020 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Physical location only
Cedar House Sport Hotel
10918 Brockway Rd
Truckee, CA 96161
No virtual zoom meeting.
VIEW SEPTEMBER 10 AGENDA AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
*Agenda and Supporting Documents will be posted no less than 72 hours before the meeting.
About VISIT TRUCKEE:
Established in 2020,
Tahoe National Forest is closed. Plan safely with this visitor’s guide. Find answers to your FAQs about traveling during wildfire season.
Preventing wildfires in Truckee and Lake Tahoe starts with you. Here are ways to STOP wildfires and stay alert during your visit.
When visiting Truckee, please avoid all social gatherings and follow these tips for a safe, respectful trip. Do your part to #staysafetostayopen.
Tune into these Truckee Tahoe webcams for a live feed of current conditions and experience our favorite vistas virtually. Enjoy a birds-eye mountain view!
It might be small in size but don’t be fooled, micro-trash has a big impact on our pristine mountain environment. Learn what you can do to Leave No Trace.
Craving something sweet? Here’s where you can satisfy your sweet tooth in Truckee and find handmade treats like ice cream, chocolate truffles, and more!
Do your part to protect our beautiful home and keep everyone in Truckee safe. Take a pledge to follow the #RespectCalifornia travel code.
Follow these guidelines developed by a coalition of over 650 nonprofits, businesses, and land managers to Recreate Responsibly in Truckee during COVID-19.