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A volunteer group of neighbors formed the Lakehills Fire Safe Council in July, 2012 following a June 9, 2012, Multi-Agency Disaster Drill and Evacuation Exercise held in Lakehills Estates. In 2013 Lakehills Estates earned the designation as a Firewise community. In 2014, the villages of Southpointe and Lakeridge Oaks joined the council and also became Firewise communities. Soon after, the area served by the council expanded to include the entire North Peninsula area of El Dorado Hills, defined as the area north of Green Valley Road, in El Dorado Hills, CA.
Board of Directors
Please feel free to download and use these PDF documents.
Peggy Willis, a founding member of this council, published a monthly PDF newsletter. Sadly, Peggy passed away in 2020. We still do email updates, but have changed away from the PDF format. However, below is an archive of all the newsletters that were published by Peggy.
Lakehills Fire Safe Council has created, and regularly updates, a customized Community Wildfire Protection Plan, also known as a CWPP. A CWPP enables communities, such as ours, to plan how to reduce the risk of wildfire. A CWPP identifies strategic sites and methods for fuel reduction projects across the landscape and jurisdictional boundaries.
Address: 561 Guadalupe Drive, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Preparing for Evacuation