PG&E Outages = File CPUC Complaint Form, Caldor Fire Assistance Updated, Redistricting Next Meeting 10/14

El Dorado County

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PG&E CPUC Complaint

We are continuing to push for more information on PG&E’s plan to minimize these outages and to improve communications to the residents.
We are also asking residents to share their complaints with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and include as much detail as possible, including but not limited to:

  • dates of the outages,
  • how long the outage was,
  • lack of communication from PG&E,
  • concerns about ability to receive emergency and fire notifications,
  • and any special circumstances such as medical equipment or health issues impacted by the outage.

Our office has been told that these complaints will be responded to by the CPUC, which oversees PG&E. We've also been advised that a large number of complaints will elevate this issue within the CPUC.

Here is a link to the CPUC Utility Complaint webpage that includes the online form:

Here is contact information if you'd prefer to mail or email your complaint instead of using the online form:

Mailing Address:
California Public Utilities Commission
Consumer Affairs Branch
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102


Feel free to share this information with people being affected by these outages.

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Caldor Fire Local Assistance Center 
FLC Caldor

Please share with any friends or family impacted by the Caldor fire.

El Dorado County officials announced the opening of a Local Assistance Center (LAC) to provide County and State services, information and resource referrals to individuals, families and businesses impacted by the Caldor fire.

It’s located at the Folsom Lake College El Dorado Center at 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville, CA 95667

News Release here:

Remember that County-verified resources are available on the County’s website here:


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Redistricting Next Meeting 10/14

Shown is a map of the current El Dorado County Supervisorial District boundaries and their Census 2020 populations and the redistricting target population. The County's 2020 population is 191,185 which equates to a redistrict target population of 38,237 per district. Districts 1 and 2 both exceed the target. Districts 3, 4, and 5 are short of the target population. The challenge of the redistricting effort will be to develop district boundaries which closely approximate the target population while considering Communities of Interest.

El Dorado County's Redistricting Team has announced a September 7th, 2021 deadline for public input on the Communities of Interest component of the effort.

For more information go to the County’s Redistricting webpage

Recent Press Release here:


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