Mosquito Bridge • Ag Commissioner at Marshall Grange • Free Children’s Books • Evacuation Town Hall • Perimeter Map Presentation • Ice House Road • Senior Times

El Dorado County

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DOT Mosquito Bridgedot table

Please remember to check the Mosquito Bridge webpage for the most current information:Mosquito Bridge Project-Construction ( 

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First 5 El Dorado, El Dorado County Library, Friends of the Library, El Dorado Community Foundation, and United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra partner with Marcella Foundation to launch Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library for 8,000 children ages five and under living in El Dorado County. Enroll your child to receive FREE monthly books in English and Spanish. 

To register your child, please visit:  

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Evacuation Town Hall 5-18

For questions contact Deputy Fire Chief Lilienthal, Office of Emergency Services at 916-947-8502 

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Perimeter Map App Information Hub 
for Evacuations and OES Events 
perimeter map

Perimeter serves as a centralized hub for essential information during crises, particularly wildfires:  We encourage everyone to take note of their designated zone for prompt action in emergencies. Prior to an emergency, it's advisable to familiarize yourself with the exit routes from your neighborhood.  

Sheriff's OES page: Office of Emergency Services (OES) ( 

Video recording of Perimeter Map presentation to the Board of Supervisors:  

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DOT press release

Press Release available here:

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senior times

The Senior Times is a monthly newsletter containing a calendar of activities, trips, and community events, the Nutrition menu, and articles of interest. A yearly subscription donation of $5.00 is requested.

For a complimentary copy of the Senior Times, please call (530) 621-6150 or click on the link below to download.

Senior Times Newsletter (

For questions on Senior Services call 530-621-6369

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