PLACERVILLE — Whether your peach cobbler is the best on the block, your pig the plumpest in the barn, or your web design simply “stellar,” now’s the time to submit your entry form to participate in the 2014 El Dorado County Fair. Dozens of categories offer participants the chance to showcase nearly every imaginable talent […]
Large scale developments like Serrano are highly regulated by the California Bureau of Real Estate. Extensive documentation is submitted to the BRE for review and approval at every step. First time buyers are given the BRE’s Final Public Report that describes the property and tells them how much the beginning homeowners dues will be among […]
El Dorado Hills got national coverage recently when an episode of House Hunters titled “Backyard Baseball in California” aired. House Hunters on HGTV chronicles the process of finding and purchasing a home, with prospective homebuyers looking at three properties and submitting a bid on the one they like best. The show premiered in 1999. Buyers Natalee […]
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 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.
The annual opportunity for residents to take part in the El Dorado County Grand Jury by submitting their names for possible nomination has arrived. The grand jury is an excellent vehicle for committed men and women to keep government accountable to all the county’s residents. Applicants must be United States citizens, at least 18 years of age, have resided in the […]
Roseville-based John Adams Academy will open a campus in El Dorado Hills this August. After being denied by the Buckeye Union School District, supporters appealed to the El Dorado County Office of Education and on Feb. 28 the EDCOE Board of Trustees unanimously approved the charter petition for a three-year term. The school plans to eventually serve students in […]