The goal of this project was to develop a decision-support framework that would facilitate simple and consistent communication of the sustainability impacts and benefits of projects and policies in Lake Tahoe using spatially-explicit data. The framework was developed through substantial consultation with a working group of local subject-area experts, and a rigorous indicator selection approach. The initial iteration of the framework is designed with a pre-selected set of indicators for the evaluation of redevelopment projects, specifically, but can be applied for custom evaluations of any individual project or policy using the indicators selected for redevelopment projects as well as additional indicators provided. The framework evaluation tool produces a sustainability score for each of the three pillars of sustainability (i.e. economic, environmental, community), for the project or policy evaluated. These scores are produced by manually selecting a project effect category for each indicator, which are automatically linked to a numeric rating, and averaged across all of the indicators within a particular sustainability pillar. The framework and tool was pilot tested with two real-work redevelopment projects in order to demonstrate how they can be used, and to test the tool’s usefulness. Management considerations are forwarded in regards to future management, use and improvements to the framework to improve its capabilities and expand its applications over time.