The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) has published the summer 2019 edition of Tahoe In Depth. The award-winning newspaper, in its seventh year of publication, strives to provide residents, visitors, and policymakers with information about protecting, enjoying, and exploring the Lake Tahoe Basin.


The summer 2019 edition cover story features the “Impossible Trail.” In just a couple of weeks, the Tahoe East Shore Trail will open for use. This 3-mile marvel of engineering stretches from Incline Village to Sand Harbor and provides bikers and walkers spectacular views of Lake Tahoe’s East Shore. Stories in this issue include:


  • Tahoe East Shore Trail opening
  • New shoreline programs and mooring regulations
  • Remaking Highway 50
  • Tallac historic area offers rich experience
  • Lisa Maloff, the Angel of Tahoe
  • TRPA honors 4 with Lake Spirit Awards
  • League and homeowners fight invasive weeds
  • Addressing Tahoe’s housing crunch
  • Liberty Utilities mitigating fire risk
  • Sustainable recreation
  • Helping homeowners install BMPs
  • Fees benefit water quality, trails, and transit
  • Tahoe experts helping Chilean lake
  • Zephyr Cove celebrates 40 years
  • UV-C light fighting invasive plants
  • Snowy winter equals big wildflower bloom


TRPA published this edition of Tahoe In Depth with significant contributions from many local, state, federal, nonprofit, and community partners. The newspaper is mailed to every homeowner in the Tahoe Basin and is available at distribution points around the lake and online at