SOS Glenshire’s mission is to protect open space in Eastern Truckee, and ensure that new developments respect the Town of Truckee’s general plan, the State of California’s environmental laws, and the local wildlife and waterways that make this region so many of us are proud to call home.
We are an all-volunteer organization made up of individuals who care about preserving our community’s special character as well as protecting the plants and animals we share this space with.
JUNE 2021 IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Learn how you can speak up for Truckee!
Join Mountain Area Preservation (MAP) and SOS Glenshire for a virtual information session to learn about land use in Truckee and how to get involved in community planning. We will cover how decisions are made, important land use matters, community issues, and how to make your voice heard! Right now, the Town of Truckee is drafting the next blueprint for growth and conservation, which will affect every aspect of life in Truckee-Tahoe, from housing to traffic, to wildfire safety, and open space preservation – we need you to lend your voice in support of the future! We’ll teach you how to speak up for the community and environment! Join MAP and SOSG on Monday, June 21st, 7:00 to 8:30 pm.
When: Monday, June 21, 7-8:30 PM
Where: Zoom – Sign up HERE
You’ll learn about:
- Truckee’s decision-making bodies & special districts
- Current policies & projects in process
- Positive and negative community engagement trends
- How to speak up for the greatest impact
- Next steps for the General Plan Update and how you can get involved!
Need more information? Contact MAP at 530.582.6751 or email@example.com.
MORE TO DO:
- Stay up-to-date on Truckee’s 2040 General Plan Update. The former Canyon Springs property is discussed in this update.
- Join the e-newsletter to stay up-to-date especially regarding the Truckee General Plan Update now in process.
- Make a tax-deductible donation to support our costs, including legal review of planning and environmental documents.
- Learn more about the former Canyon Springs project.