Covenants Rules + Enforcement
Tahoe Donner is our mountain paradise – and we want to preserve all that it has to offer. The Covenants Rules have been carefully crafted to ensure peace and respect within the community, and apply to all Tahoe Donner members and their guests and tenants.
The Covenants Committee, made up of five Tahoe Donner homeowners, oversees the administration and enforcement of the Covenants Rules. After due process, the committee may apply fines for violations and request other sanctions established by the board of directors. The committee shall periodically review Governing Documents, including Covenants Rules, under its oversight, and may recommend changes to existing rules and propose new rules as necessary to keep current with changing conditions and requirements.
TOP TAHOE DONNER RULES TO KNOW
Lock it up in your bear-proof container, never your neighbors’ or dumped anywhere in Tahoe Donner.
Smoking is prohibited on Tahoe Donner-owned property, including facilities, parking lots and open space.
No fires of any kind are allowed, except for controlled burns and campfires in existing steel rings.
|FIREWORKS + FIREARMS
Using any kind of explosive device, including fireworks and firearms, is prohibited on Tahoe Donner-owned property.
Enjoy the mountain stars and minimize light pollution by turning off outdoor lighting after 10PM.
|RESPECT QUIET HOURS
Loud music, barking dogs and late-night partying are prohibited from 10PM-7AM.
Camping on private residences is prohibited, including in tents, cars, RVs, etc.
|PARK ON PAVEMENT
Parking vehicles off-pavement, on another person’s property or on access easements, is prohibited.
Pets must be on leash at association facilities and must be within voice control on Truckee streets.
The speed limit is predominantly 25 MPH here. Wildlife, accidents, dogs and children could require sudden stops.
Flying drones on Tahoe Donner-owned property, including the trails and open space, is prohibited unless authorized by Tahoe Donner.
Do not remove, cut or limb any tree greater than four inches in diameter (when measured three feet above the ground) without first obtaining a permit from the TDA Forestry Department.