The Euer Valley purchase of 482 acres has been completed. Appropriate uses and rules are currently being crafted by staff and the board of directors, with extensive feedback from Tahoe Donner members. The Euer Valley will be open to members and guests this summer for hiking, biking, and equestrian riding, with the following guidelines:
Thank you for your cooperation as we make this outstanding land available to members while preserving the natural experience there.
View a map of Euer Valley (pdf) or check out this video showing what the Euer Valley has to offer.
During the escrow process prior to the sale being completed, Tahoe Donner management began a planning process to reach out to membership and identify a plan for collecting input over the next six months on the future uses of Euer Valley. A series of membership meetings were held to give members an opportunity to express opinions on the best uses of the land. Here are summaries of those meetings:
The land purchase was financed entirely with funds from the Recreational Amenity Expansion Fund which were generated when 32 acres of undeveloped land belonging to the association (now known as Donner Crest) were sold in 2004. No special assessment was necessary for this purchase that will greatly benefit the membership and add value to owning in Tahoe Donner.
“We have been in discussion with [John Euer] for many years concerning this spectacular piece of land that we previously have been leasing… We are thrilled to have this major piece of property adjacent to Tahoe Donner available permanently to many generations of our homeowners for recreational enjoyment throughout the entire year. The board greatly appreciates the efforts of our general manager, Robb Etnyre, in seeing this purchase to completion.”
– Tahoe Donner Board of Directors President Suzy Knisley.
We look forward to generations of Tahoe Donner homeowners enjoying this land!