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COVID-19 Resources & Updates

May 26, 2020 - Salons and Barbershops Now Allowed to Reopen

May 21, 2020 - TOWN OF TRUCKEE STR Update: What Is Happening with Short Term Rentals and Hotels?

May 19, 2020 -  TOWN OF TRUCKEE COVID-19 BUSINESS FAQ's - Guidelines for Reopening 

May 26, 2020 - UPDATED: Download & Print TRUCKEE STOREFRONT SIGNAGE: COVID-19 Safety

May 29, 2020 - NEVADA COUNTRY RELIEF FUND Announces $210,000 in Grant Awards

May 26, 2020 - Local Businesses Provide Protective Gear and Supplies

Reopening in Stages 2 & 3: Guidance and Prevention

May 19, 2020 - Nevada County provides guidance as businesses are cleared to reopen. Source:  Note: The County's website changes frequently.  Check back for updated guidelines.

May 26, 2020 - Reopen Nevada County: A Plan to Reopen in Stages While Limiting the Local Spread of COVID-19


RETAIL – Open for In-Store Shopping
You must have a COVID 19 operational workplan that customers and employees can see. Read “Practical Advice

RESTAURANTS – Open for In-Restaurant Dining
You must have a COVID 19 operational workplan that customers and employees can see. Read “Practical Advice


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Town of Truckee Updates

The Town of Truckee's website has been revised with up-to-date Truckee COVID-19 information and directs residents to Nevada County Public Health department for frequent and detailed updates on Coronavirus response and preparedness. Read these frequently asked questions about California Governor Gavin Newsom's state-wide  stay-at-home order.

Tahoe Forest Health System Updates & Statistics

If you are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath and for more information on when to seek care for respiratory symptoms, please call the Tahoe Forest Health System COVID-19 Hotline at (530) 582-3450, available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Visit TFHS's website for more prevention, protection and health information and statistics. 

Help Truckee: COVID-19 Emergency Funds & Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on individuals, businesses and nonprofits and there are many in critical need of support. It has also brought our community together to help one another. From regional emergency funds to businesses creating their own Go Fund Me campaigns, there are many opportunities to make donations. This Roundup will be updated as we learn of more requests for funding. Every dollar donated can have an enormous impact on an individual, business, nonprofit and our community.

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