The following links will provide additional information about Truckee and the surrounding areas.
North Lake Tahoe Express offers daily service to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport
from the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee region. Call 866-216-5222 or visit www.northlaketahoeexpress.com for more information.
For information on how to handle bear encounters, keep your house bear safe, and be bear aware, contact the BEAR League. They can be reached at 530-525-7297 or visit www.savebears.org.
If you would like to obtain a copy of a Birth, Death, or Marriage certificate, please call the Nevada County Office of the Recorder at 530-265-1221 or visit new.mynevadacounty.com/recorder.
Burn Permits - are required year round in Truckee. Information on Burn Permits can be obtained through the Truckee Fire Protection District 530-582-7850 or visit www.truckeefire.org.
- Burn Day Information – is it an approved burn day in the area, call 530-582-1027 or visit www.truckeefire.org.
Greyhound serves Truckee. Tickets can be purchased in advance from Greyhound or from the bus driver when boarding the bus in Truckee. For more information, call 800-231-2222 or visit www.greyhound.com.
Cable Television / Internet service
The Town of Truckee is the local franchise authority for Suddenlink. If you have questions regarding your service or billing please contact Suddenlink directly at 800-832-2258 or locally at 530-550-3900 or visit www.suddenlink.com. To make comments to the franchise authority, call at 530-582-7700.
California Department of Fish and Game
California Highway Patrol
California State Employment Development Department - Truckee Office
There are several campgrounds located in the Truckee area. These are maintained by the Truckee Ranger District. For more information, call the Truckee Ranger District at 530-587-3558 or visit www.fs.fed.us/.
Chamber of Commerce
Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce 10065 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, CA 530-587-8808 www.truckee.com.
Railroad Track Safety / California Operation Lifesaver
Please stay alert at railroad crossings. Never stop your vehicle on the railroad tracks. Follow all crossing sign warnings and never walk on or around train tracks. Do not text, use headphones or any other distractions that would prevent you from hearing an approaching train. For more information about rail safety please visit California Operation Lifesaver.
County / Special Districts / Utilities
Property Owners Associations
Roads & Transportation