Results from 5-8-20 Special Meeting, Continued COVID-19 Discussion 5-12-20, Bass Lake Road Closure

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Results from 5-8-20 Special Meeting

COVID News 1
COVID News 2

COVID-19 Q & A
COVID-19 Q & A  2
COVID - 19 Q & A 3

The draft meeting minutes for the 5/8/20 COVID-19 Special Board of Supervisors Meeting is available for download here:

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Continued COVID-19 Discussion 5/12/20


As a result of the discussion during the 5-8-20 Special COVID-19 Board Meeting, an addendum has been added to the 5-12-20 agenda for further discussion. One of the items that we will discuss is the Resolution that Placer County approved on 5-5-20 regarding the Governor's State of Emergency. We will also discuss a potential letter to the Governor to open more activities/businesses in Stage 2 of his reopening plan.

You can download the agenda, which includes instructions on how to virtually participate or listen in, here:

To see the documents attached to the agenda, click on the blue hyperlink on the agenda for item #25 20-0687.

Please send your comments on the agenda to the Clerk of the Board at

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Bass Lake Road Closure Starting May 11th


El Dorado County's Department of Transportation, in conjunction with Lennar Winncrest, LLC, will be implementing a detour on Bass Lake Road between Hollow Oak Drive and Country Club Drive beginning Monday, May 11th at 6:00 am through Thursday, July 30th. It is needed for reconstruction of Bass Lake Road and construction of the new realigned Bass Lake Road Country Club Drive intersection.

Portable changeable message signs are posted and will remain throughout the duration of the project.

Motorists are advised to slow down through the work zone and expect delays during construction. They are also advised to allow extra time when traveling through the work zone in order to arrive at their destinations on time or use alternate routes (Silva Valley Parkway/ Cambridge Road) to avoid the construction area.

The County sincerely appreciates the cooperation and patience of motorists that use this roadway and we apologize for any inconvenience as a result of the detour.

For questions regarding this construction, please contact the County's Transportation main line at (530) 621-5900 (select Option 3 for Engineering).

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