Image of Tahoe Regional Planning Agency seal. 
Logo

Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Overview

Overview     News Articles & Digest    

Address:   PO Box 5310, Stateline, NV 89449

Official Links:   WEBSITE   FACEBOOK

In 1969, California and Nevada banded together to create the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to manage the development of Lake Tahoe, which covers two states and multiple counties. The agency—the nation’s first bi-state regional environmental planning agency—is governed by a 15-member governing board and a 21-member advisory planning commission, as well as many stakeholders and members of the public.

Related News

→ View All

California Local Pin Marker From South Tahoe Now...

04/05/2024
A plan to restore Meeks Creek while continuing to support sustainable recreation opportunities has been released by the Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management and is available for public review and comment.

California Local Pin Marker From Mountain Democrat...

03/29/2024
The Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Council announced the hiring of Meyers resident Nettie Pardue as its first managing director, tasked with coordinating 30 parters to implement the Destination Stewardship Plan.

California Local Pin Marker From South Tahoe Now...

03/19/2024
The buildings and parking lot on the 31 acre South Lake Tahoe Motel 6 property on the upper Truckee River will be removed and the land restored.

Tahoe Daily Tribune logo From Tahoe Daily Tribune...

03/12/2024
Image for display with article titled Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Welcomes Community Feedback in 2024 Active Transportation Plan

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has released two plans for public input, focusing on improving bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and reducing car dependency for sustainability.

Sierra Sun logo From Sierra Sun...

03/12/2024
Image for display with article titled Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Welcomes Community Feedback in 2024 Active Transportation Plan

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has released two plans for public input, focusing on improving bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and reducing car dependency for sustainability.


Join Us Today!