Placerville, CA – El Dorado County’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Traffic Impact
Mitigation (TIM) Fee Update is on hold until questions raised by Measure E are resolved.
The County initiated the CIP and TIM Fee Update in 2015 as required by the County’s General
Plan and state law. Draft information presented to the Board of Supervisors and the public
indicated the Update would lead to significant cost savings and reduced TIM Fees. The County
was tentatively scheduled to adopt the updated CIP and TIM Fee programs in August 2016.
According to the Unofficial Election Night Final Report prepared by the Elections Department for
the June 7, 2016 election, Measure E received 51.81% affirmative votes. The Elections Department
is currently processing vote by mail ballots and provisional ballots and performing a manual tally of
the ballots in accordance with its statutory duties. Upon completion of those activities, the Elections
Official will prepare a certified statement of the results of the election for submission to the Board
of Supervisors within thirty days of the election. Assuming that the final tally indicates that
Measure E received a majority vote, it would be considered adopted when the vote is declared by
the Board of Supervisors and it will become effective ten days thereafter, in accordance with
Elections Code section 9122.
As previously noted in the report prepared by the County in 2014 pursuant to Elections Code 9111,
which is available on the County’s webpage, there are numerous questions raised by Measure E that
need to be resolved before resuming the CIP and TIM Fee Update. County staff is engaged in that
effort and has made it a top priority.
At this time, there is no estimate as to when the CIP and TIM Fee Update will resume. The current
TIM Fee rates will remain in place until the CIP and TIM Fee Update is adopted.