The project area includes all types of land uses found in El Dorado County, from agricultural to high density residential, commercial and industrial uses.
The Water Supply Master Plan involves the master planning of water supplies throughout 220 square miles of the El Dorado Irrigation District, including the western slope of El Dorado County from the South Fork of the American River to the North Fork of the Consumnes River, except for Swansboro, Outingdale, and Strawberry, which have been separately evaluated. The project area is subdivided into three water supply regions: the El Dorado Hills, Western, and Eastern Regions. Buildout densities and demand forecasts were determined for each region, based upon the El Dorado County and City of Placerville general plans. Measure Y and the Writ of Mandamus on future land development in the County were also considered.
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