EDH survey says yes to open space, no to homes
This and many other survey results were discussed last Wednesday night inside the packed El Dorado Hills Community Services District pavilion.
The El Dorado Hills Community Economic Development Advisory Committee zoning subcommittee chairman John Hidahl led the discussion and introduced Chris Aguirre from AIM consulting (which created the 17-question survey) to break down results. The survey was step one toward establishing a local community identity or vision that would be passed on to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission for use as they consider area development and policy/program updates.
The discussion began with a breakdown of captured demographic information. The largest percentage of respondents live east of El Dorado Hills Boulevard. Females represented 54 percent of respondents and 39 percent live in El Dorado Hills but work elsewhere. There was buzz when it was noted 3 percent of respondents may work in El Dorado Hills, but don’t live there.
The majority of ...