The COVID-19 pandemic is a global health and societal emergency that requires effective
immediate action by governments, individuals and businesses. There is no higher priority to the
Cameron Park Community Services District than the health and safety of our community and
employees. We have been following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the
California Department of Public Health, and the El Dorado County Department of Public Health,
to protect public health and fight the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
We will continue to rely on the recommendations of our local health officials and their expertise
to make future decisions. Rest assured that we will continue to monitor the situation and keep
you informed as this situation evolves.
Facility, Event, and Program Impacts
The following Cameron Park CSD facilities, events and programs are closed until further
notice. Because the situation continues to evolve rapidly, we may reevaluate and decide to
modify these measures based on guidance from public health officials.
All District facilities are closed to the public until further notice, including:
● Cameron Park Community Center
● District Office
● Community Center Pool
● Parks Office at Cameron Park Lake
● Public bathrooms at Christa McAuliffe Park, Rasmussen Park, and Cameron Park Lake
While our offices are not providing in-person services, we are pleased to serve you by phone
during our regular business hours (9a-4:30p, Monday through Friday) at 530.6277.2231 or via
email at CPCSD@cameronpark.org
Events Cancelled or Postponed:
● March 21: Family Sock Hop
● April 4: Waste Connections Spring Community Clean Up Day
● April 11: Easter Egg Hunt at Rasmussen Park
● April 25: Community Volunteer Day at the Lake
Programs Postponed or Cancelled:
● All recreation programs are postponed or cancelled through April 30, 2020
● All facility rentals, field rentals, picnic rentals, and pool rentals will be postponed or
cancelled until further notice
Participants in any programs that are cancelled or postponed will receive a credit on their
account for all classes that were already in progress should they resume once things begin to
re-open. All classes, programs, and rentals that had not started will be issued a credit or full
refunds. Please call us at 530.677.2231 for any questions.
Parks, District Open Space and Picnic Areas:
● Wash hands before and after being outdoors, carry hand sanitizer, do not use the parks
or District Open Space if you are sick. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or
● Use the restroom at home before coming to the Parks; restrooms at District facilities are
● Always observe CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of six feet from other
people. Practice it and know what it looks like. Keep it as you walk, bike or hike.
● Warn other trail users of your presence and as you pass to allow proper distance and
step off trails to allow others to pass, keeping minimum recommended distances at all
times. Signal your presence with your voice, bell, or horn.
● Bring a suitable trash bag. Leave no trash, take everything out to protect Parks
● Should the District close park playground structures, signage will be in place and we will
ask all visitors to adhere to the closure, in order to keep our residents healthy and safe.
(As of 3/20/20 park playground structures are open.)
Board & Committee Meetings:
● Staff are evaluating opportunities to continue important District business with publicly
noticed Board and Committee meetings. Stay tuned to the District website for more
information and details. A plan is expected to be released by the end of March.
Get the Facts
For the latest updates, please consider these resources:
● El Dorado County Department of Public Health EDCCOVID-19
● California Department of Public Health
● Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
● CDC Resources in Languages Other than English
● World Health Organization