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Tahoe group studying housing needs, strategies for IV, CB

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The newly formed Washoe Tahoe Housing Partnership is coordinating a needs assessment and strategies for local resident housing in the Incline Village and Crystal Bay areas of Lake Tahoe.

This is the last section of the lake to have this type of housing analysis completed, and will provide important guidance on how the area fits into the greater Lake Tahoe region.

“Thanks to a public-private partnership effort to support this project, the Tahoe Prosperity Center is proud to once again serve as the convener for this important issue, bringing together a diverse group of local stakeholders with technical guidance from an expert consulting team,” said a TPC press release.



Of primary importance to this study is input from residents, local employers and employees. There will be two community surveys in the area this summer — one related to this issue of local resident housing and the other coordinated by the Incline Village General Improvement District regarding Ordinance 7.

The housing survey can be taken online at http://s.alchemer.com/s3/Washoe-Tahoe-Housing-Survey (Spanish: https://.alchemer.com/s3/Washoe-Tahoe)




For more information, visit: https://tahoeprosperity.org/housing-study/.

Source: Tahoe Prosperity Center


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