The “We Are Community” project was created to help bring awareness to the 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, Court Leve.
Grab your family, roll up your sleeves, and delve into one of these green at-home quarantine projects like gardening, composting, and more!
Photo credit ClickTahoe.com
Truckee’s hotel and lodging industry is facing catastrophic losses in the wake of statewide shelter in place orders and COVID-19 community shutdowns.
In response to the unprecedented impact of Coronavirus on local hotels, vacation rentals, and bed and breakfasts, Visit Truckee has established the Truckee Lodging COVID-19 Disaster Recovery and Awareness Campaign.
This campaign aims to provide essential marketing dollars to TTBID assessed lodging businesses so that they can rebound once the ban on overnight lodging is lifted.
Did COVID-19 put a hamper on your travel plans? Here are our favorite ways to visit Truckee virtually while you shelter in place.
Feeling cooped up? If you’re sheltering in place in Truckee try some of these social distancing activities to stay active and inspired.
In light of the Coronavirus and COVID-19,VISIT TRUCKEE has a message for all tourism dependent businesses in our community.
READ STATEMENT (updated daily)
Given the rapidly changing situation, our best approach is open communication and the spirit of togetherness that has delivered Truckee’s tourism industry through crises in the past.
Thank you for your efforts during this difficult time. We will continue to update you with information about the outbreak and VISIT TRUCKEE‘s response strategy as it develops.