This $4.41 million planned project will construct a paved 10-foot wide and 2.2-mile long shared-use trail through lands commonly known as the Dollar and Firestone properties and extends the existing Tahoe City Public Utility District’s (TCPUD) multi-use trail, which currently ends near the intersection of Dollar Drive and SR 28, to the end of Fulton Crescent Drive. The project will enhance recreational and transportation opportunities by extending the existing paved trail network in the Tahoe City area, including TCPUD's 10-mile Class 1 trail from Tahoe City to Sugar Pine Point State Park and the 3.7 mile trail along the Truckee River to Squaw Valley.
$485,000 in Transient Occupancy Tax funding has been allocated to the Dollar Creek Shared Use Trail project to help pay for the cost of planning, environmental analysis, design and construction. This funding qualified as local matching funds, allowing the County to obtain funding for the project from other sources.
Learn more technical project information about this project. Download the trail map (PDF).