The League to Save Lake Tahoe, Sierra Watch, and the Mountain Area Preservation celebrate a court decision handed down Monday that halts the controversial Martis Valley West Project, a massive North Tahoe development proposal. Placer County Superior Court issued an order to vacate and set aside Placer County’s 2016 approvals of the project, focusing on Placer County’s failure to provide Continue Reading
Archives for March 2018
April Hike to Johnson Canyon aka Negro Canyon with Carmen Carr
Carmen, your real estate consultant for Truckee, North and West Lake Tahoe shares her passion with the community by providing monthly guided hikes, and snowshoe trips. through our beautiful backyard of endless trail systems. Join us April 14th, 2018 at 9:00 AM to hike to Johnson Canyon aka Negro Canyon. Directions: Exit I-80 at the Donner Lake Interchange (west end of Donner Lake), or Continue Reading
TRUCKEE and LAKE TAHOE is looking more and more ATTRACTIVE!!
A home in Sunnyvale set the highest record price per square foot ever recorded in the Multiple Listing Service. The home sold for $2,358 per square foot!!! The small unassuming house sold in 2 days for $2 million a whopping $550,000 over asking price. It had been listed for $1.45 million. The home is 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, with only 848 square feet. The red-hot real estate market down Continue Reading
What Matters to Quality of Life?
Flash Vote which is a flash survey to help provide community leaders with the input that they need to make the best decisions possible. On February 28th, 2018 a survey was sent out to Truckee Residents on "What Matters to Quality of Life" which ended on March 2nd, 2018. The Town of Truckee has partnered with Truckee Tomorrow to better understand how to make Truckee an even better Continue Reading
The snow storm moved in early this Thursday morning, March 1st. With predictions of a winter storm warnings, and even a blizzard warning starting Thursday morning working it way through Friday, and even into Saturday. Wind gusts to over 100 mph over the ridges and peaks. News warnings of an atmospheric river hitting the Tahoe region, a term we are all too familiar with after are record Continue Reading