Diamond Springs/El Dorado

Hazardous water near proposed Diamond Parkway project

Major transportation improvements completed in county

State and local officials, including Senator Ted Gaines, Tribal Chairman Nicholas Fonseca of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, Commissioner James Earp from the California Transportation Commission, Caltrans District 3 Director Jody Jones, and El Dorado County Transportation Commission Chair Jack Sweeney celebrated the completion of two significant transportation improvement projects today in El Dorado County. Already open to traffic, the ceremonial ribbons were cut marking the final phase of the Missouri Flat Interchange project and the completion of 5.9 miles of new High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes on U.S. Highway 50. The projects represent a combined investment of nearly $104 million in El Dorado County’s transportation system.

Diamond Springs – El Dorado Communities

'Dirty 19' future Suburbs - Diam.Spgs ElDorado
Development planned for the Diamond Springs/El Dorado area. Click on image to enlarge.

Shinn Ranch

Shinn Ranch location map
Shinn Ranch location map.
Exhibit E 2016-0414 TEntative Map
Tentative Map of Shinn Ranch development project

Request for denial of Shinn Ranch Map Extension 7-19-16 Board of Supervisors meeting

Harrington Business Park

Diamond Springs Parkway

Diamond Parkway map
Diamond Parkway map. Click on map to enlarge.

The Crossings At El Dorado

 

The master plan for the Crossings was on display at the groundbreaking ceremony on Oct 19. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
The master plan for the Crossings was on display at the groundbreaking ceremony on Oct 19, 2015. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
Dirt becomes air born at the Crossings at El Dorado ground breaking ceremony on Oct. 19. Left to right, Palos Verdes Propertie Inc. Developer Leonard Grado, Architect Brian Wichert, Jack Sweeney, CBRE Leasing Specialist Jon Schultz, Mayor Patty Borelli, District 3 Supervisor Brian Veerkamp, Doug Veerkamp, Veerkamp Engineering, Civil Engineer Rick Chavez. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
Dirt becomes air born at the Crossings at El Dorado ground breaking ceremony on Oct. 19. Left to right, Palos Verdes Properties Inc. Developer Leonard Grado, Architect Brian Wichert, Jack Sweeney, CBRE Leasing Specialist Jon Schultz, Mayor Patty Borelli, District 3 Supervisor Brian Veerkamp, Doug Veerkamp, Veerkamp Engineering, Civil Engineer Rick Chavez. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

 

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