DEADLINE: Mosquito Fire Phase II Cleanup, Senior Discount for El Dorado Disposal, Holiday Outreach from the Food Bank, Climate Vulnerbility Survey

El Dorado County

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mosquito fire phase 2

Fire debris cleanup is a complex, multi-step process. This fact sheet provides an overview of the required cleanup steps to help property owners understand the choices available during the process.

The State will NOT offer a consolidated debris cleanup for structures and trees like they did for the Caldor Fire. However, the Board of Supervisors on November 15th approved a County-led debris removal program that will provide financial assistance to our residents to cover some or all of the cost of qualified cleanup efforts and approved the funding stream for the County-led program on December 6th.

The deadline to submit the Right of Entry (ROE) forms is December 16th.

Fact Sheet here: 

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 EDD senior discount

El Dorado Disposal offers residential customers 65 and older a senior discount.

Please call 530-626-4141 to sign up or for more information.

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The Food Bank of El Dorado County will be hosting its annual Holiday Outreach Program Saturday the 17th of December at The Food Bank’s distribution facility, located at 4550 Business Drive in Cameron Park. To receive holiday assistance all recipients must be from low income households who are struggling to make ends meet. This year the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians and Barsotti Family Juice Co. will join the community donors to sponsor the Outreach. The Tribal Fire Department and the Tribal Police Department will partner with the Food Bank of El Dorado County to deliver to homebound residents. If you are homebound, please email your request to

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El Dorado County is in the process of updating its Public Health, Safety, and Noise Element (Safety Element). This webpage provides the most current information on the Safety Element update process. It will provide you with background information, documents, resources, and opportunities to be involved in the process and provide feedback on the Safety Element.

The public survey is for the County’s Climate Vulnerability Assessment (CVA). The purpose of this survey is to collect information from the public and stakeholders to better understand the climate vulnerabilities (such as wildfire or snowstorms) within the County as well as solicit input on the needs to best adapt to, mitigate, or reduce, the climate impacts before they occur.

The survey should take less than 8 minutes to complete. The feedback will be shared with the Safety Element Advisory Committee to inform the planning process. Please complete this survey by January 23, 2023.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact:

Thea Graybill
Senior Planner, Long Range Planning
County of El Dorado Planning and Building Department
(530) 573-7908

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