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,
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.
Parents and the broader community have come together to make and install banners to celebrate graduating seniors from Truckee High School and Sierra High School. These banners are hung on poles in the downtown Truckee area starting at the roundabout near Burger Me and extending to downtown and into the Railyard Project. We hope you can visit this area to celebrate the seniors and the community spirit that made this project happen!
Have you ever wanted to show someone what they will be getting for their money before they arrive, or wanted to show off your shop and location? Now there is a great way your business can stand out online on Google! Google Street View | Trusted Tours can be found in Google Search Results, Google Maps, and Google + and are optimized to work with all internet devices mobile and static.
Every quarter, Truckee Chamber of Commerce welcomes dozens of new members. This summer we welcomed 23 new members to our Base Camp for a Big Life community. Pictured: New member Stomp Sessions uses a mobile platform to match athletes with local pros and experts.
Stomp Sessions is a new technology startup founded by Truckee locals, Ryan Williams,
This spring Truckee Chamber of Commerce welcomed 16 new members to our Base Camp for a Big Life community.
Balance Holistic Health Spa
Owner Valerie Greaves has been in the holistic business field since 2006. She has recently relocated her business to Historic Dowtown Truckee and is looking forward to reconnecting with the community.
At Balance Holistic Health Spa,
Every quarter, Truckee Chamber welcomes dozens of new Members to the largest and most rapidly growing membership driven organization in Truckee, California. This winter we welcomed 24 new members.
Adventure 365 is Truckee’s new family discount sporting goods outlet. Adventure 365 is your one stop shop for all your outdoor sporting needs.
Rock bottom prices on hundreds of brand name items from outerwear and hard goods including helmets,
Every quarter, Truckee Chamber welcomes dozens of new Members to the largest and most rapidly growing membership driven organization in Truckee, California. This quarter we welcome 16 members!
Clear Blue Investigations (CA PI #26495)
Jeff Rogers is the owner of Clear Blue Investigations located in Truckee and proud to say he graduated from Truckee High School. He has been licensed in the State of California since 2009.
Avalanche danger is the biggest threat to safety when entering the backcountry, but thankfully taking an avalanche class is the easiest way to learn about mitigating risk to pursue your backcountry missions. There are truly dozens of reasons why you should take an avy class, but we’ll boil it down to five important ones!
1. Know Before You Go
Knowledge is key in the world of backcountry skiing.