When visiting Truckee, please avoid all social gatherings and follow these tips for a safe, respectful trip. Do your part to #staysafetostayopen.
It might be small in size but don’t be fooled, micro-trash has a big impact on our pristine mountain environment. Learn what you can do to Leave No Trace.
Raley’s O-N-E Market offers a highly curated product selection centered on health and wellness, and more than 100 new team members from the local community provide nutrition education as part of the customer experience. Raley’s chose Truckee to launch this new store concept because it is a community that supports an active and healthy lifestyle.
The “We Are Community” project launched on May 12, 2020. Its goal is to help bring awareness to the Truckee community and demonstrate the impacts of COVID-19 on small businesses, which have been hit hard due to the shutdown. Small businesses are adapting their business models as they prepare to overcome the challenging weeks and months ahead. This project is a labor of love by photographer and local environmental advocate,
Why should you wear a face covering on your trip to Truckee? Here are 5 reasons. Forgot yours? Shop for a face covering in downtown Truckee.
From face masks, face shields, disinfectants, sanitizer, cleaning supplies, signs, to gloves – some local businesses have changed their focus or are providing additional options to provide protective supplies and gear for Truckee-Tahoe when supplies have otherwise been scarce. Changing gears has benefited the community through donations and allowed them to retain some staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mountain Hardware & Sports and our Truckee grocery stores and pharmacies have also been valued resources.
Grab your family, roll up your sleeves, and delve into one of these green at-home quarantine projects like gardening, composting, and more!
Forest bathing is nature therapy and there’s no better time to try it than now. But how do you forest bathe while sheltering in place?
Get in shape for your next trip to the mountains with these virtual yoga and fitness classes. Plus, you’ll support Truckee small businesses!
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on individuals, businesses and nonprofits, leaving many in critical need of support. Truckee was hit especially hard because our economy depends on visitors and the ski industry, shut down mid-season. So many have stepped up to help out – donating, volunteering, caring for higher risk and senior neighbors, and feeding those in need and on the front lines.