Meeting set for Rideout School |

Meeting set for Rideout School

There just might be another use ” or two ” for Rideout School.

The Tahoe City Public Utility District will host a workshop Tuesday about the possibility of using the Tahoe City school for community purposes.

The utility district wants to lease the building from the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District for recreational programs and activities.

The utility district has received public suggestions that Rideout be used for senior activities, teen activities, Mommy and Me programs, adult and family classes, adult and youth sports, after-school programming, nonprofit offices and family activities, said Cindy Gustafson, utility district assistant general manager.

Tuesday’s meeting will allow public comment on proposed uses. The workshop will break into groups to focus on various ages: 0-5 years, 6-12 years, 13-18 years, 18-55 years and 55 years and older.

Rideout School is located off Timberland Drive in Tahoe City. The utility district’s parks and recreation department now uses the facility for volleyball and basketball leagues, among other activities.

Community workshop at Rideout School

– Oct. 24, 6-8 p.m.

– Call 583-3796 ext. 29.

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