This event has ended
April 8, 2020
1021 Harvard Way
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
The April 8, 2020 EDH APAC Meeting
Has Been CANCELED
The El Dorado Hills Area Planning Advisory Committee Officers have announced the cancellation of the April 8, 2020 Public Meeting.
In adherence with the El Dorado County Public Health Officer’s March 19, 2020 Directive to have all El Dorado County Residents “Stay At Home”, El Dorado Hills APAC will be canceling our April 2020 meeting.
Additionally, the El Dorado County Public Health Officer has extended the original April 16, 2020 term of the “Stay At Home” Directive to April 30, 2020. In the event that the Stay At Home / Shelter In Place Directive is lifted at the end of April, El Dorado Hills APAC will consider holding our May 13, 2020 meeting as scheduled – provided that facilities are available to host our meeting, while keeping state and national social distancing guidelines in place.
We anticipate new information for several projects will be available during the term of the “Stay At Home” Directive – we will continue to post information related to these projects on our website at https://edhapac.org.
We would also remind El Dorado Hills residents that El Dorado County Board of Supervisor and Planning Commission Meetings are still taking place – we post the details and agendas of these meetings on our website on the home page, as well as on the events page. These meetings are conducted with the ability for residents to either watch via live stream, or listen in via a dial in phone number. Public Comments are also allowed via the dial-in option. When possible, El Dorado Hills APAC will embed the live streaming player on the specific event page for each individual meeting.
It is our highest concern that you and your family, our El Dorado Hills neighbors and friends, remain safe and healthy during these trying times. Please adhere to the Stay At Home Directive, and continue to practice good social distancing as required. To keep up with COVID-19 information from El Dorado County, visit the County’s COVID-19 page.