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Tahoe South
Events Center


By the Numbers

Year that the Douglas County Board of Commissioners designated the casino core at South Shore as a redevelopment district, identifying a multi-use event center as  the catalyst to reverse this decline.

2000-2019 : A Shifting Local Economy in Douglas Co.


Decrease in jobs at South Shore between 2000 and 2019


Percentage of increase in property value on California side of South Shore within California redevelopment district


Decrease in gaming revenue between 2000 and 2018 at South Shore


Percentage decrease in assessed property values in the Casino Core between 2000 and 2018

County Facts
& Figures

Percentage of Douglas County’s property tax, consolidated tax, room tax, and gaming revenues generated at Lake Tahoe
Percentage of paid employees in Douglas County who work in retail, accommodations, and food services.
Percentage of Douglas County’s population that resides at Lake Tahoe.

Open For Possibility

number of events the new center could host annually - 130


Estimated increase in annual revenues to Douglas County with a new event center (without increase in Casino Core assessed values)

Potential number of concerts annually


Number of year-round facilities at South Shore that competes with other markets in attracting conventions, trade shows, special events and entertainment

Open For

Creating Jobs


Estimated number of FTE jobs, many primarily benefting part-time/seasonal employees


Estimated number of construction jobs


Number of additional weeks current seasonal employees will be able to work with the new event center