Of its nearly 4,700 properties, the Conservancy has classified 331 parcels as “Asset Lands,” which could be used to help revitalize town centers, and to help achieve statewide, regional, and area plan goals and other Conservancy objectives. The Conservancy has designated 17 Asset Lands in Kings Beach, Meyers, and the City of South Lake Tahoe that could support sustainable compact development consistent with local area or town center plans. The Conservancy will consider selling parcels only when they are not needed to achieve Conservancy conservation or recreation goals, or when State ownership is no longer necessary to achieve the goals of the original acquisition.
Affordable Housing on Asset Lands at the South Lake Tahoe "Y"
Based on a collaborative effort underway to address housing affordability at Tahoe, the Conservancy is partnering with the California Department of General Services (DGS) and Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to explore opportunities for housing on multiple sites in South Lake Tahoe. Learn more.
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