Summer Concert on the Green

Summer Concert on the Green – Tickets on Sale!

We’re recreating the iconic eras of Beatles and Stones history with two bands performing at this summer’s Concert on the Green. Two all-star tribute bands are scheduled: Britain’s Finest, bringing the complete Beatles experience to Tahoe Donner, and Glimmer Twins, a Rolling Stones tribute band. You won’t believe how much they sound like the real deal! Our tree-lined driving range has a gentle slope, so bring the whole gang and prepare for a rockin’ and nostalgic evening under the stars. Food and drink will be available on-site, or bring your own picnic. Low back chairs only, please. Tickets on sale now! Don’t wait – this event will sell out! BUY TODAY.


April 7, 2015

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Bikeworks is Open with Brand New Fat Bikes

Bikeworks Open Daily from April 3 – 12, 2015

For spring break, Bikeworks will be open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for all of your biking needs, working out of a temporary village at the Alder Creek Adventure Center. And the best part? We just acquired a fleet of brand new fat bikes. Come out and be one of the first to take them for a ride! See rental rates.

Tune-up Services

Did you know Bikeworks can do basic tune-ups, complete overhauls, flat fixes and custom requests? If your bike has been sitting around in storage this winter, it might need a quick fix. We can handle repairs from simple adjustments up to building a complete custom bike. Most repairs will be ready the following morning. Details.

Brand New Fat Bikes

Wouldn’t it be nice to ride bikes all year long? Well, now you can! Fat bikes are designed to handle all types of weather, including snow, dirt, sand and mud! Try our brand new bikes at Bikeworks this season.


Spring Hours

After April 12, Bikeworks will be open every weekend (Friday through Sunday) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. until we fully open for summer on May 22, 2015.

Summer Hours

Bikeworks will be open every day from May 22 – Sept. 7, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Children’s Programs

This summer we are focusing on providing a fun, safe environment where kids can improve their general mountain biking skills while exploring the trails of Tahoe Donner. We have both weekend and week-long programs available this summer. Details.

April 2, 2015

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The Lodge Wins An OpenTable Diners' Choice Award

The Lodge Restaurant & Pub Serves Up Award-Winning Service, Ambiance, and Food

We are proud to announce that, for the second year in a row, The Lodge Restaurant & Pub in Tahoe Donner was recognized by OpenTable, an online restaurant review and reservation service, as a 2015 Diners’ Choice winner for best service, ambiance and food.

“We appreciate our OpenTable diners for helping us win this award. We couldn’t have done it without their continued support and glowing reviews,” said Mike Peters, director of food and beverage at Tahoe Donner. “The Lodge Restaurant & Pub is one of the highest ranked restaurants in the area and we hope to continue to impress our guests with innovative, culinary cuisine.”

Glowing Reviews

“…They consistently stay good, year over year in Truckee,” reads a recent Lodge review on OpenTable. “Some restaurants shine bright here for a while, but fade after a couple of seasons. The Lodge has always been good…. best in Truckee!”

Call 530-587-9455 to make reservations today.

April 1, 2015

Summer Boat Storage

Boat Storage at Tahoe Donner

Applications for boat storage, located off Skislope Way, are available at Member Services and are being accepted now through April 30. The 42 available spaces will be assigned in May on a lottery. Applications must be completed in full and submitted with proof of vessel registration, payment and a certificate of insurance that lists Tahoe Donner Association as a certificate holder. Boats are stored from May 1 to Sept. 30; this year’s fee is $275. Download the boat storage application. For questions, contact Member Services at 530-587-9400, ext. 0.

April 1, 2015

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TDPUD Pipeline Construction for 2015

Construction to take place in Tahoe Donner Summer 2015

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In 1927, the Truckee Donner Public Utility District (TDPUD) was formed to provide electrical service to the Truckee area. In 1935, TDPUD began providing water service with the purchase of the McGlashen water system. TDPUD’s water system has expanded over the years with the construction of new subdivisions throughout Truckee.

The water system in Tahoe Donner was installed in the early 1970s when the subdivision was originally constructed. Unfortunately, the construction practices employed by the companies performing the water pipeline installation were not proper. As a result, the pipelines experienced accelerated deterioration, with numerous leaks as the result. Leaks not only waste water, they also waste the electricity needed to pump water up to Tahoe Donner.

A properly installed water pipeline should last between 50 and 75 years. However, the Tahoe Donner water system began leaking almost immediately and has gotten worse over time. Beginning in 1985, the District has been actively installing replacement pipelines. About 68 miles of water pipeline exists throughout the Tahoe Donner subdivision. To date, about 35 miles of pipeline have needed to be replaced.

TDPUD plans to replace about 4,900 feet of pipeline at three separate locations along Northwoods Boulevard during the summer of 2015. The locations the work will take place this year are shown on the above map. This work has been coordinated with a Town of Truckee project to resurface Northwoods Boulevard. In addition to the pipeline replacement work, the TDPUD will also be performing some minor excavations along Northwoods Boulevard associated with the district’s internal communication network.

The pipeline project will be performed by a private contractor selected by the district through a public bidding process. The work will start in May and should be completed in September of this year. The district will work diligently to minimize any inconvenience and disruption this construction may cause. It is important to note that TDPUD’s water production is down over 30 percent since 2006 and fixing leaks is a major contributor to this success.

Any questions regarding this project should be directed to the TDPUD’s Water System Engineer, Neil Kaufman at 530-582-3950 or, or to TDPUD’s Public Information Officer, Steven Poncelet at 530-582-3951 or

March 22, 2015

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Snowmaking at Tahoe Donner

Snowmaking Research and Feasibility

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Sierra 4X4 Trails & Ales

Join us for the inaugural Sierra 4x4 Trails and Ales event!

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Tahoe Donner Guinness World Record Update

We successfully planted over 200,000 trees across the U.S. and Canada!

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2015 Board of Directors Election

Uncontested candidate declared elected

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