Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board approves shoreline plan, changes to development rights

Our "Tahoe in the News" section includes newspaper articles about Tahoe environmental issues.

Tahoe Daily Tribune | Ryan Hoffman | Oct 26, 2018


The proposed Shoreline Plan could allow additional piers in Lake Tahoe though a gradual permitting process. (Photo: Tahoe Regional Planning Agency)


After years of work, Lake Tahoe's chief regulatory agency is altering two of its most significant programs impacting development in the basin.

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board approved changes to its development rights system and updated its shoreline plan, which manages development on Tahoe's shores.

Both moves were seen as monumental tasks; the former took the better part of three years while the latter took three decades.

Read more

Stay current on all things Lake Tahoe