Placerville, CA – El Dorado County over the last couple of weeks has seen a significant amount of rain and snow fall. The rain and snow fall has caused infrastructure problems countywide. In the Tahoe Basin, significant snow and now rain amounts, have staff working 24 hours a day to plow roads, clear blocked drains
due to snow berms, and remove downed trees. There was significant flooding in the Meyers area on Tuesday and Wednesday. The following is an update on road closures in the unincorporated area of the Tahoe Basin:
The following is an update of road closures on the west slope:
The following are roads that the County is working to correct but are still passable. Please use caution while
using these roads:
In addition, County staff has been responding to calls regarding 100s of downed trees, flooding, potholes, and
small and large slides. The most significant slides have occurred along Salmon Falls Road, Rock Creek Road,
Mosquito Road, Newtown Road, Forni Road, and Hassler Road. County staff on the west slope has been
working nonstop to fix and mitigate the infrastructure issues.
To get an update on the status of all County roads, parks, and trails please visit the following website:
If you have any knowledge of damage to County infrastructure (roads, bridges, etc.) please contact the County
at the following phone number: 530-642-4909.