Annual Housing Update Recap

We hosted our Annual Housing Update on April 28th to report on our first year progress and engage the community in accelerating solutions. Over 120 people joined the conversation.


Watch the recorded event

Highlights of the event included:

Mountain Housing Council Progress To-Date

  • A progress report from Pat Davison (Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe) and Jennifer Montgomery (Placer County) on the collective work of the Council including: development impact fees, a regional mapping efforts, and the adoption of the Council’s first policy recommendation: Achievable Local Housing (see below)

Short-Term Rentals (STRs)

  • Presentation on our regional STR market
  • Presentation on how other resort communities’ a[pproaches by Sage Sauerbrey from Moonshine Ink
  • A panel discussion with Jennifer Merchant (Placer County), Morgan Goodwin (Town of Truckee), John Falk (Tahoe Sierra Board of Realtors), and Annie Rosenfeld (Tahoe Donner)
  • A community Solutions Pitch – give us your input on our Facebook page!

We are extremely grateful to our MHC partners who participated in making this event a rich and informative experience. And, of course, thank you to all of our community members who showed up to accelerate solutions.

Couldn’t make it?

Moonshine Ink: Families on the Brink

Photo by Jeremy Jensen/Moonshine Ink.

Local newspaper Moonshine Ink recently published a poignant story by David Bunker on the challenges long-time locals are facing in one of the Tahoe-Truckee Region’s many mobile home parks. Read the article here.

There are close to 1,000 mobile homes in the North-Tahoe Truckee Region, and they are a critical piece of the achievable local housing landscape, necessary to serve the diverse needs of our residents. Each mobile home park is different in who they serve and who owns them.

The Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee has created an Ad-Hoc team to work on the specific issues of mobile homes as they pertain to achievable housing. If you have insight, input or are interested in joining the committee, please contact us here.