El Dorado County


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El Dorado County

About El Dorado County

El Dorado County is at the heart of California’s Gold Rush country, often called the “Mother Lode.” Folsom Lake and rolling foothills are on our western border with Sacramento County. Lake Tahoe and 10,000 foot mountain peaks are on the eastern border that we share with the state of Nevada. Within these borders are great rivers, lakes, gold mines, historic towns, incredible views and everything that nature has to offer.

El Dorado County is just 30 miles east of Sacramento, California’s State Capitol and only 40 miles west of Carson City, Nevada’s State Capitol. San Francisco lies 125 miles to the west and Reno is a mere 50 miles to the northeast of the “Golden Country.”

Here are some of the organizations that we proudly support…



CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA El Dorado recruits, trains and supports volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes and placed into foster care. Children who have a CASA advocate spend less time in foster care, receive more services and are half as likely to end up in long term foster care. The overwhelming majority of these children are less than six years old and truly need the love and support of our advocates. Box Lunch proceeds ensure children in need will be matched with a caring advocate.


Placer Title Company is a proud supporter of the El Dorado County Association of Realtors (EDCAR). Through EDCAR we participate in community outreach programs such as Honor Our Troops, which sends care packages to active military deployed in war zones and they offer home buyer scholarship programs for active military and veterans purchasing homes in El Dorado County.  We participate in an annual Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser, Pancake Breakfast fundraiser, and quarterly care package assembly and shipping. We also participate in The Annual EDCAR Golf Tournament which donates thousands of dollars to various community charities like The Boys and Girls Club, New Morning Youth and Family Services, The Center for Violence Free Relationships, Animal Outreach, and numerous others.


Stretching from the foothills above the Sacramento Valley through rugged mountains to Lake Tahoe, the “Golden County” of California has a terrain as diverse as its population. The pioneering spirit that drew the gold seekers of yesterday still thrives among our current business owners. Our county remains a land that is rich in opportunity and continues to prosper in its people.

Many businesses and individuals have joined together to form our Chamber of Commerce; we are devoted to preserving the quality of life in El Dorado County by advocating and promoting a strong, healthy and diverse business community.

With programs designed to expand our existing business base and to attract new, clean industry, the Chamber helps to ensure that the business opportunities and quality of life we know today may be sustained through future generations.

Please explore the wealth of information at your fingertips on our website and contact the chamber for any of your additional needs. Our chamber store has a variety of informational and promotional materials available at moderate prices.


El Dorado Hills is a community that enjoys the kind of location that Californians dream about close to skiing, the ocean, wineries and state parks. Located 25 miles from downtown Sacramento and 90 minutes from Lake Tahoe, El Dorado Hills boasts acres of lush rolling hills with breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Sacramento valley.


The Food Bank provides food assistance on a daily basis in partnership with over 40 local emergency food response agency sites including battered women’s shelters, senior centers, local food pantries, under privileged youth programs, youth shelters, soup kitchens, maternity homes and more.

MORE (Mother Lode Rehab)

MORE is passionate about helping to find solutions to ensure equal opportunities and acceptance for the adults with developmental disabilities who are a part of MORE.  To achieve these objectives, they concentrate their efforts on four broad fields for maximum independence: employment, self-advocacy, health, safety.

​Services include customized assessments, self-advocacy classes and everyday experiences by developing and sharing insights with these individuals to create supportive services that result in more fulfilling lives for them.


The Shingle Springs/Cameron Park Chamber of Commerce, originally formed as the Shingle Springs Business and Professional Association Inc. in December 1967. It works to promote the local area, encouraging business and industrial investment to provide the foundation for a solid community.


Women’s Council of Realtors is a network of successful REALTORS® empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

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Bridgette Holmes

Bridgette Holmes

County Manager

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El Dorado Hills

3840 El Dorado Hills Blvd. Suite 302
     El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
(916) 933-4550
(916) 933-4952
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

South Lake Tahoe

1959 Lake Tahoe Blvd
     South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
(530) 542-1811
(530) 542-1814
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


175 Placerville Dr
     Placerville, CA 95762
(530) 626-3770
(530) 230-2713
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Escrow, Admin Office, Title, and Title Plant Only

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