National Forest Update: Tahoe National Forest is open for day use and recreation. Restrictions apply to camping and firearm use. A fire ban is in place.
When visiting Truckee, please avoid all social gatherings and follow these tips for a safe, respectful trip. Do your part to #staysafetostayopen.
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.
Truckee and Lake Tahoe are open and ready to welcome you back. Enjoy Truckee and Lake Tahoe responsibly this summer.
The “We Are Community” project launched on May 12, 2020. Its goal is to help bring awareness to the Truckee community and demonstrate the impacts of COVID-19 on small businesses, which have been hit hard due to the shutdown. Small businesses are adapting their business models as they prepare to overcome the challenging weeks and months ahead. This project is a labor of love by photographer and local environmental advocate,
Wear your face masks while hiking in Truckee. Here are tips to recreate responsibly and keep yourself and others safe during your visit.
Enjoy a variety of outdoor dining in Truckee. Wear a mask and visit these patios, porches, and decks – the best of Truckee restaurant’s outdoor dining.
Grab your family, roll up your sleeves, and delve into one of these green at-home quarantine projects like gardening, composting, and more!
Did COVID-19 put a hamper on your travel plans? Here are our favorite ways to visit Truckee virtually while you shelter in place.