Paddleboard Yoga pose on Lake Tahoe

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Messages/talking points

Updated July 7, 2020 State Health Officials announced on June 18, Californians must wear face coverings when they are in the situations listed below: Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor public space Waiting for or riding on public transportation or paratransit or while in a taxi, private car service, or ride-sharing vehicle Working in… Read more »

Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Clarity Report

The clarity of Lake Tahoe has long been one of the most important indicators of the changing condition of this iconic water body. In 2019, Lake Tahoe’s clarity decreased nearly 8 feet from the previous year’s dramatic 10-foot improvement. The average annual value in 2019 was 62.7 feet. The lowest value was recorded in 2017… Read more »

South Shore Transit Free for All Until 2022

  What would normally be major headline news in a safer time has become part of the community response to COVID-19. The Tahoe Transportation District (TTD), which manages bus transit on South Shore, announced this month they have zeroed out bus fares for everyone for the next two years. Free service on all transit routes… Read more »

Way2Tahoe.com Echo Summit Project

Echo Summit Sidehill Viaduct (bridge) Replacement Project Postponed until September 2020

Full Closure of U.S. Highway 50 Postponed for Echo Summit Project Work Pushed Back Until After Labor Day EL DORADO COUNTY – A full closure of U.S. Highway 50 for the Echo Summit Sidehill Viaduct Replacement Project is being postponed until after Labor Day, Caltrans announced today. Construction has not progressed such that the bridgework… Read more »

Operation Sierra Storm - Wilfire the New Reality Lake Tahoe

Wildfire The New Reality – Conditions, Public Safety, Power Outages

Wildfire The New Reality – Conditions, Public Safety, Power Outages, Monday, Jan. 27, 2020, 8:00-11:00 a.m, Harveys Lake Tahoe Cabaret Theater. Free to public (validated garage parking) Wildfire The New Reality – Conditions, Public Safety, Power Outages Power Point Presentation If you can’t join in person, tune in to the @Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority Facebook… Read more »

Pledge for the Wild Responsible Tourism

Responsible Tourism

Responsible Tourism is the concept of visiting somewhere as a tourist and trying to make a positive impact on the environment, society, and economy.   Kind Traveler Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority (LTVA) launches a sustainable travel initiative with Kind Traveler, the first socially conscious Give + Get hotel booking and education platform that empowers travelers… Read more »

LTVA Annual Report 2018-19

Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority Annual Report 2018-2019

Link to the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority 2018-19 Annual Report

NV Energy Public Safety Outage Management

NV Energy Public Safety Outage Management

At 6 a.m. on Monday, September 30, NV Energy will resume work on Highway 50 in Stateline at South Lake Tahoe with new measures in place for traffic flow. The work is to replace equipment in two underground electric vaults. The new traffic plan will be in effect 6 a.m. Monday, Sept. 30 through approximately… Read more »

Johnson Meadow Lake Tahoe

Funding Secured to Start Restoration Planning in Johnson Meadow

In 2018, the largest remaining privately-owned meadow along the Upper Truckee River was acquired by Tahoe Resource Conservation District (Tahoe RCD), a conservation organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the natural resources of Lake Tahoe. The approximately 206-acre property, known as Johnson Meadow, is located along the lower nine miles of the Upper Truckee River… Read more »

East Shore Lake Tahoe Trail Lookout

Tahoe East Shore Trail: What to Know Before You Go

Even before the first line was drawn on a map in 1988, residents and visitors of North Lake Tahoe have been dreaming of a trail that provides a safer alternative for cyclists and beachgoers near the scenic East Shore of Lake Tahoe. Through the work of 13 partners, the impossible is now a reality with… Read more »