The Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors addressed a variety of topics at its March 16 meeting. The board agreed 4-0 (Director Amy Blackmon was absent) to proceed with the acquisition of a new tree for Christa McAuliffe Park. The tree is to be planted at the site of the Christa McAuliffe monument and […]
Margaret Mohr was recently appointed deputy general manager of business development for the California Exposition and State Fair by Gov. Jerry Brown. Last year Mohr was elected to a four-year term on the Cameron Park Community Services Board of Directors. She said she’s looking forward to finding ways that her position at Cal Expo can boost […]
The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to deny an appeal from the Cameron Park Community Services District regarding the district’s special use permit for Rasmussen Park. The decision means the T-ball field at the site will remain closed and the proposed bocce ball courts are on hold until CPCSD staff devises a […]
Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Rescue and all of the El Dorado County visitors to our beautiful area are welcome to our parks, programs, special events and to rent our facilities. We were asked the other day, “If we don’t live in Cameron Park, can we come to your facilities and participate in your programs?” The […]
Join the Cameron Park Community Services District for its 35th annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15, at Rasmussen Park. The Easter Bunny arrives at the park at 10 a.m. and the big egg hunt begins at 10:20 a.m. Individual age groups are 0-3, 4-5, 6-7 and 8-10. After the hunt the Easter Bunny will be available for […]
Mike Kaslin Cal Fire unit chief, Amador-El Dorado Recent rains have helped fill our reservoirs and boost our average rainfall this year. This also means we will have plenty of grass growth throughout the foothills. Now is the time to get ready for wildfire. Perform your defensible space clearing. Only the first two weeks of […]
Cameron Park Senior Living LLC, owner of Ponte Palmero, is looking to expand the 233-unit retirement community.
“The applicant proposes to construct a 44-unit, 50,510-square-foot community care facility, a two-story, 46-unit, 53,690-square-foot assisted living facility and an 11,450-square-foot clubhouse,” states a project information summary provided by Roger Trout, director of El Dorado County Community Development Agency’s Development Services Division.