Coloma-Lotus Meeting • Transportation Survey • Development Project Updates • Recreation in the National Forest • Assessment Appeals Board Vacancy • Free Nursing Services • Photo Contest • Youth Policy Coalition • Free Food Updated Distribution

El Dorado County

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Some of the items on the agenda are:
Committee to discuss South Fork American River program issues and options for potential updates to the River Management Plan with County Parks and Trails staff, and receive and file an update from County Parks and Trails staff about the Chili Bar property and Henningsen-Lotus Park restroom upgrade.

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We need your input to ensure that the transportation system in western El Dorado County meets your current and future transportation needs.

What transportation projects should be prioritized?
What types of transportation projects should be considered?


Take the survey online until June 17, 2024 and let us know what projects should be prioritized.

Survey Here:

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Village of Marble Valley and Lime Rock Valley
Development Project Updates

projects near you

Several large development projects are currently moving through the application process. Documentation and notices for projects are available here:

The County of El Dorado will host an open house to present a general overview and environmental information of both the Village of Marble Valley and Lime Rock Valley projects.

Tuesday, June 11, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Cameron Park Community Services District Community Center
2502 Country Club Drive, Cameron Park, CA 95682

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What to Expect for the 2024 Recreation Season on the Eldorado National Forest:

The summer recreation season has started on the Eldorado National Forest with a normal snowpack and warm temperatures. Crews have been busy preparing campgrounds below 6,000 feet in elevation and other sites for opening by removing winter debris and hazard trees, testing water systems, doing repairs and general clean up. Campgrounds above 6,000 feet in elevation are very wet or still have snow and will not open until later in June.

When planning your visit, here are some important safety reminders, road and campground status updates. 

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2024 Photo Contest Flyer  

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The goal of NCYPC is to highlight the issues facing rural communities, engage future voters, organize annual advocacy days at the California State Capitol, and emphasize the voices and viewpoints of our rural youth who are an often-overlooked constituency in the state.

For more information: 

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Updated Free Food Distribution Calendar

june calendar

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