Land Exchange Between California State Parks and the California Tahoe Conservancy: Dollar Property/Burton Creek State Park and State-owned Urban Lots in the Rubicon Subdivision
The Dollar Property and Rubicon exchange is part of a larger comprehensive effort to consolidate ownerships in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Many of these Conservancy properties were originally acquired with the purpose of transferring them to State Parks.
The 2012/13 California Budget Act, Stats 2012, Section 21 (the Budget Act), contains language directing the California Natural Resources Agency, in coordination with California Tahoe Conservancy (Conservancy) and California State Parks (State Parks), to execute an agreement to consolidate and exchange state lands and to share personnel, facilities and other resources to more effectively manage state-owned lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Here is more information;
- California State Parks, California Tahoe Conservancy Land Exchange, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Burton Creek General Plan Summary
- Road and Intersection Map
- Rubicon Trail Map
- Dollar Parcel Trail Map
- Public Informational Meeting Information, Dec. 3, 2014