Wildlife Best Practices

Management urges all members and guests to respect our wildlife neighbors including bears, mountain lions, bobcats, deer, etc. and protect them as well as your homes and yourself by limiting interaction with them and not unknowingly or knowingly inviting them into your home, garage or decks.  Follow a few key best practices to reducing conflict with the wildlife here in Tahoe Donner:

  1. Keep all garbage, food and other items like laundry detergent, lotions, etc. locked in enclosed containers
  2. Clean out food and food wrappers from cars and secure vehicle and close windows
  3. Secure house at all times and do not leave your garage door open with trash and/or other items available for animals
  4. Keep barbecue grills clean;
  5. Keep bird feeders off decks and inaccessible to bears

For more bear and wildlife awareness information you can visit, Town of Truckee’s Bear Awareness site www.townoftruckee.com/index.aspx?page=1277 and Tahoe Wild Bear Council’s site www.tahoewildbears.org/.

July 3, 2013

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TDPUD Pipeline Construction for Summer 2013

Truckee Donner PUD Pipeline Construction for Summer 2013

Truckee Donner PUD is contracting for water mainline replacements in the Tahoe Donner Area this summer (see map below). Work will begin in early May and will run through the summer construction period.

The work will begin on the Northwoods at Coyote Moon section as per the contract documents. The rest of the schedule will be discussed with the contractor at an upcoming pre-construction meeting once the contract documents are in place. The work will be sequential moving from one location to another so only one area will be impacted at a time.

The Truckee Donner PUD has undertaken this water mainline replacement project to address persistent leaks and an aging water system in Tahoe Donner. The Truckee Donner PUD has made significant investments in replacing Tahoe Donner’s water distribution system and fixing leaks over the last decade, resulting in substantial water savings.  Although these projects can cause some short-term traffic disruptions and delays, the reduced water waste and associated energy savings due to reduced pumping costs are there for the long-term!

Download a larger PDF file of the above image for more detail.

Any questions regarding this project should be directed to the District’s Water System Engineer, Neil Kaufman, at 530-582-3950.

April 15, 2013

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Dining and Pro Shop Improvements at The Lodge

Guests will start to see exciting changes for dining and the pro shop at The Lodge Restaurant & Pub, including improvements at the covered pub deck and new sun deck, with pro shop expansion, snack bar expansion, and kitchen improvements occurring in early 2013, and a permanent grotto bar in early spring as weather permits. Click here to read more about Tahoe Donner Capital Projects

December 13, 2012

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TD Vehicle Burglary Update

The Sierra Sun published a story about two people facing possession of stolen property charges after they were arrested this week on suspicion of being involved in a rash of vehicle burglaries in Tahoe Donner. According to a Tuesday evening press release from the Truckee Police Department, several thefts deemed “crimes of opportunity” by officers occurred overnight from unlocked vehicles in Tahoe Donner during the Thanksgiving weekend. Items taken included electronics and personal property. Read the full Sierra Sun article here.

December 13, 2012

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Special Update from Board President Tom Johns

Please click here read Suzy Knisley’s recent letter of farewell in Tahoe Donner News. It is with sincere regret that the board announces the resignation of Suzy Knisley, effective at the end of December. Over the last five and a half years, Suzy has served the Association well, including two terms as president. Her positive impact on Tahoe Donner is evident and she will be missed. Thank you, Suzy, for your hard work and dedication to the betterment of Tahoe Donner.

Even as we wish Suzy the best, we need to fill the open board position created by her resignation. All homeowners in good standing are eligible and interested property owners should email executive assistant Bonnie Watkins or call (530) 587-9431 to receive a Board questionnaire to be submitted with a statement of interest in fulfilling the remaining six months of this position. Deadline for receipt of your application is Noon on December 10th.

November 29, 2012

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