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Community Workshop to Help Guide Future Tahoe City Planning

August 16, 2013

As part of an ongoing effort to update Placer County’s Tahoe Basin Community Plan, the county’s Planning Division will host a community workshop on Wed., Aug. 28, 2013, at the Granlibakken Lodge, 725 Granlibakken Rd., in Tahoe City, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

County staff will conduct the workshop and outline the Tahoe City Town Center Visioning Options, which were prepared in 2012 and sponsored by Tahoe City downtown stakeholders, including various business owners, the Tahoe City Public Utilities District and the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association.

The workshop will provide the opportunity for area residents to review, discuss and provide ideas to build upon the visioning efforts underway. This process will build upon the foundation of visioning results established through the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency’s Pathway 2007 Plan and Placer County’s own Tahoe Basin Community Plan Update to create a Tahoe City Vision Plan that illustrates the possibilities for the future of the Tahoe City commercial core over the next 20-plus years.

The intent of the workshop process is to engage as broad an audience as possible to review completed work and provide a forum for new ideas. Elements that may be discussed include: environmental restoration, prosperity, connectivity, recreation, quality of life, and new opportunities afforded with both the Tahoe Regional Plan Update and the on-going Tahoe Basin Community Plan Update.  Results from the public workshop will help inform the Placer County’s Tahoe Basin Community Plan Update.

The public is encouraged to attend and bring their thoughts and ideas about the future of Tahoe City. For more information, please contact Crystal Jacobsen with the Placer County Planning Services Division at 530-745-3000, or by EMAIL. Additional information on the Basin Plan Update is available by clicking on this link: BASIN PLAN UPDATE