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Category: Community News

Douglas County Launches Paid Parking Program at Zephyr Cove Beach

June 14, 2024
    Chamber NewsCommunity News

Douglas County is pleased to announce important updates to parking regulations and options for visitors and residents enjoying Zephyr Cove Beach at Lake Tahoe this summer. For the first time, “No Parking” signs will line both sides of Highway 50 in each direction from the new stoplight installed by the Nevada Department of Transportation at […]

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Winter Storm – Possible Kingsbury Grade Closure

February 28, 2024
    Chamber NewsCommunity NewsUncategorized

Bhupinder Sandu, NDOT District II Engineer, has advised that the coming major winter storm, anticipated snowfall rates, blizzard warnings, and staffing concerns, may cause NDOT to close SR 207, Kingsbury Grade, on the Carson Valley side. Depending on the timing of the storm, this closure may come as early as this Friday evening. He said every […]

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Introducing Rules to Lake By

January 10, 2024
    Community News

Whether you live here or come alive here, Lake Tahoe is a place worth protecting. How? By embracing five simple ways to visit the South Shore respectfully, sustainably, and collaboratively. Learn these Rules to Lake By from Visit Lake Tahoe and help us preserve all this awesome for years to come.   […]

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Tahoe Chamber Solidarity with City of South Lake Tahoe Opposing Caltrans Plan to Increase Speeds on Segments of US 50 and SR 89

July 19, 2023
    Community NewsPress Releases

June 29, 2023 Dear Director Benipal: Lake Tahoe, within Caltrans District 3, has benefited from your direct engagement on many of the issues and challenges we have collectively faced over the years during your tenure as Caltrans District 3 Director. Today, we are writing to respectfully request your direct engagement in connection with the recent […]

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Marcia Sarosik’s Legacy | Women’s History Month

March 31, 2023
    Community News

For over 39 years, Marcia Sarosik spread dance and love in Tahoe, teaching over 5,000 students and touching the hearts of thousands more in the community. She created Lake Tahoe’s Shining Stars non-profit in 2006 in hopes of helping students who were not able to afford dance classes. Many of her students paid very little […]

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Celebrating local women who are making a difference today | Women’s History Month

March 15, 2023
    Community NewsUncategorized

Women’s History Month honors important female leaders from various fields – such as politics, science and entertainment – who have and continues to create opportunities for all and are often lesser-known figures from history who deserving recognition for their contributions to society. This month, we wanted to celebrate our LOCAL women changemakers and trailblazers. We’ve […]

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 Photo left to right: Teshara, Darcie Collins, CEO of the League to Save Lake, Senator Cortez Masto, Julie Regan, TRPA Executive Director, and Devin Middlebrook, TRPA Government Affairs Manager.

10-year extension of the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act introduced

March 14, 2023
    Community NewsGovernment Affairs

Steve Teshara, Tahoe Chamber Director of Government Relations, was on hand in Washington, D.C. earlier this month with his colleagues from the Lake Tahoe Partnership advocacy team. Here they are in support of Nevada U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto as she signs papers to introduce a 10-year extension of the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act (LTRA) […]

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Measure S Citizens’ Oversight Committee (El Dorado County)

February 7, 2023
    Community News

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS NOTICE OF VACANCY MEASURE S CITIZENS’ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (5) FIVE VACANCIES EXIST ON THE MEASURE S CITIZENS’ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.   Description: The Measure S Citizens’ Oversight Committee meets on an annual basis prior to the Board of Supervisors approval of the County’s Recommended Budget to review the revenue […]

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Finalists Announced for the 15th Annual Blue Ribbon Awards

January 11, 2023
    Chamber NewsCommunity NewsPress Releases

Tahoe Chamber is pleased to announce the finalists for the 15th Annual Blue Ribbon Awards and to celebrate exemplary businesses and people who positively impacted our community this year. The finalists will be honored at a special awards ceremony on Thursday, January 26, 2023 at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.  “The Blue Ribbon Awards honors excellence in business […]

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