City of Placerville

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October 3, 2021

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Oct 9: Oktoberfest is back brought to you by Placerville Downtown Association!


Oct. 16: Save the Graves Living History Cemetery Tours brought to you by Arts and Culture El Dorado!


Oct. 31: Halloween Spooktacular has returned to Main Street brought to you by the City of Placerville!

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  • Citywide Broadband project for better communication service
  • New Pickle Ball Courts at Lyons Park
  • Future Dog Park at Mosquito Road and Broadway
  • Update on joint Fire/Police Public Safety Facility
  • City Road Projects Update
Read Cleve's Full Message
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  • Over the past ten years, the City has taken great strides in improving its streets, storm drains, sewer, and water systems and been very aggressive in securing State and Federal transportation grants to help stretch its infrastructure dollars by securing over $38 million in transportation grants that have gone directly into improving Placerville‚Äôs streets and other infrastructure
  • Using local funds, the City has also repaved almost 150,000 square feet of roads through various projects this year alone.
  • Public Works has maintained a steady road maintenance and pothole repair program, using over 9 tons of cold patch on our City roads since January 2021.
  • You can submit a request to fill a pothole or repair a road through the City's 311 system
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Along with volunteers from the Upper Room and New Beginnings, Placerville Public Works has cleaned up almost 10,000 lbs. of garbage from homeless encampments in 2021.


The homeless population have a legal right to reside on public property because of the monumental Martin v. Boise case. The City is actively working with El Dorado County, who can help with resourcing and working towards a solution of halting continued growth of the homeless population in Placerville, while serving and helping the current population in need.


Thank you to all the volunteers who pitch in to help, it's clear you love Placerville and your neighbors as much as we do!


Read more about camp clean ups here.


Volunteer Opportunities


If you want a chance to volunteer your time to our beautiful community, click the button above to email and sign up!

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The City of Placerville and Arts & Culture El Dorado continue to work together on the renovation of the Confidence Hall and Emigrant Jane Renovation Project! Donations are being accepted to help fund historic preservation and renovation of these treasured buildings. Many years ago, the City was successful in getting Confidence Hall placed on the National Register of Historic Places, securing and protecting a legacy for historic downtown!


For more information, please click here.


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