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Truckee River

Truckee Info

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Location

Nestled in the picturesque Sierra Nevada at an average elevation of 6,000 feet, the Truckee-Donner area is a dynamic recreational area. This forested region is filled with lakes, streams, meadows, trails, parks, campgrounds, and all-season resorts in a sparkling, alpine environment. The Truckee community is the business hub of the High Sierra, as well as the transportation center for the region. Many seasonal events attract sportsmen, vacationers and second home residents.

The Town of Truckee boundaries include major subdivisions in Truckee (except areas in Placer County), most of Donner Lake, downtown, Tahoe Donner, Prosser Lakeview Estates, Sierra Meadows, Ponderosa Palisades, Old Greenwood, Grays Crossing, Olympic Heights, Glenshire, The Meadows, Ponderosa Golf Course area, and the California Highway Patrol inspection station. Read more about the subdivisions here.

Health
Two community hospitals are within a 20 mile radius plus a satellite office in Tahoe City, 50 +/- physicians and surgeons, 20 +/- dentists, 3 +/- optometrists, 15 +/- chiropractic doctors, mental health services and Sierra family services. The above counts include the Truckee-Donner area.

Education

Seven pre-schools, 6 elementary, 3 intermediate, 3 high schools, one college extension, 3 Christian schools, 2 private schools plus traffic, arts, dance, martial arts, meditation and ski schools.

Recreation

Unlimited!!!

Coldest Spot in the Nation?

Truckee has often earned the reputation as one of the chilliest spots in the nation. While it may be true, it really doesn't give a true picture of Truckee's pristine California weather pattern. Nestled between the peaks of the Sierra, Truckee's plateau often gets an inversion, whereby cold air is trapped overnight; thus the extreme, cold temperatures in the wee hours of the morning. As the sun begins to rise, so does the temperature, creating daytime highs 30-plus degrees above the lows.