Housing Assessment and Action Plan
South Shore Housing Opportunity Assessment and Action Plan
What is it?
An assessment of the housing market, resident and employee housing needs, business employment challenges, as well as a summary of the opportunities and constraints to providing better and more housing that residents and employees can afford in the South Tahoe region.
The Assessment will identify:
- how much housing is needed,
- what type of housing (ownership or rental),
- at which price point and
- for whom
Housing is needed across the entire housing spectrum – from homeless and extremely low-income households through housing for higher income earners who still can’t find suitable housing.
Why is this important?
A diverse housing stock is needed to meet the changing circumstances of households over time. When households in any life stage (from beginning renters, to first-time homebuyers, to move-up buyers, and aging households seeking to downsize), have an opportunity to find suitable housing for their needs, this allows them to grow and change within the community, building stability, year-round residency, community vibrancy and support for businesses and the economy.
Resident and Employee Survey
Final Report and Presentation
ONLY 21% OF TAHOE RESIDENTS CAN AFFORD THE MEDIAN HOUSE PRICE
Participation and Information
Below are links to the employer and resident surveys. Your participation is essential for us to gain a clear understanding of the community needs. Stay informaed on further ways to participate and for materials as they are developed through this research.
Tahoe South Shore Area Housing Survey
Tahoe South Shore Area Employer Survey
Next Step - Taking Action
The Tahoe Prosperity Center has contracted with WSW Consulting, Inc. and her team (Rees Consulting, Inc.; Williford, LLC; SMR Development, LLC) to conduct this study.
Generous contributions have been received from the following jurisdictions and organizations to ensure the success of this work: