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RHCSD Returns to In-Person Monthly Board Meetings Effective March 2023

Due to the expiration of Governor Newsom’s Emergency Declaration related to COVID-19, the District’s Board meetings have returned to in-person meetings. The March 21, 2023, meeting will be held at 3098 Montrose Way, El Dorado Hills, CA, starting at 7:00 p.m.  

Link to the Agenda below. See also, Calendar tab – Board Meetings for Agendas and Minutes

March 21, 2023 RHCSD Board Meeting

RHCSD Recruiting for a General Manager

General Manager

The Rolling Hills CSD is recruiting for a new General Manager due to the resignation of Chaney Hicks after nearly ten years of service. The General Manager serves as the District’s Executive Officer and for the Board of Directors. They manage the operations and works of the District, subject to approval by the Board, and provide day-to-day leadership. 

Please review the Job Posting, including Essential Duties and Responsibilities, by clicking the link below.

If interested, please submit a Letter of Application and Resume to [email protected].


On March  30th a local church youth group volunteered to aid in the RHCSD’s Summerfield Wetlands Drainage Clean-Up Project. A group of children all ages worked tirelessly under sponsoring adult supervision to clear out and clean up brush and overgrowth along the Summerfield wetlands area in the District. With rakes, hoes, and even chain saws in hand, they filled to over-flowing 48 huge 30-gallon garbage bags and hauled them away. We appreciate you!

El Dorado Hills “Save Our Sign” Committee Does Just That!

Thank you to the El Dorado Hills “Save Our Sign” Committee for its amazing and successful efforts to preserve and protect the iconic Monument sign that stands on the south side of Highway 50 in the Rolling Hills Community Services District (RHCSD) and which dates back to the early 1960’s. The committee is a volunteer group of EDH residents who, when they heard the plight of the sign and challenges faced by RHCSD for its maintenance, took immediate action to make sure the Monument sign remains as a welcoming sign to El Dorado County for years to come. With support from the non-profit El Dorado Hills Community Foundation, at last report the Committee has raised over $7,500 to pay for repairs to the sign, and the hope is that further funds will be donated for its ongoing maintenance. Work is expected to begin by the end of July. This is an excellent example of “community” at its best! For more information on the “Save Our Sign” efforts, history of the Monument sign, and ways to donate for its support, please visit

Construction Activity Over the County Line

As evident from the heavy equipment located on the Sacramento County (Folsom) side adjacent to the El Dorado County line and our District, construction activities in Folsom are beginning. The Folsom Russell Ranch development will include up to 10,000 new homes with the necessary grading, road construction, trenching and utility work. Folsom’s various projects involve many developers and different contractors. Residents have inquired about air quality issues and dust and other mitigation plans during construction. Since these projects will undoubtedly continue for many months or even years, you may find the following information useful.  The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District advises that each development project requires an approved Asbestos Dust Mitigation Plan which sets forth the standards with which contractors must comply. Grading operations must be suspended when wind speeds are high enough to result in dust emissions crossing the property line, despite the application of dust mitigation measures and application of water prior to land clearing.

If you have questions, concerns or complaints, please contact the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District directly at (916) 874-4800 or toll free (800) 880-9025.  You can also submit a complaint form on its website at

Committee Created to Study Noise on White Rock Road 
Residents of the Four Seasons neighborhood have been instrumental in the creation of a Committee to study noise impacts on White Rock Road. If you are interested in this topic or serving on the committee, please contact John Raslear at [email protected].

El Dorado Hills Community Services District Implements Non-Resident Fee for Participation by Residents Residing Outside of its Boundaries in Programs and Recreational Activities

Several months ago the El Dorado Hills CSD Board of Directors adopted and re-introduced the non-resident fee. That fee is an additional 10% non-resident fee charged to any household that chooses to utilize the El Dorado Hills Community Services District’s services or facilities, and is outside of the District’s Boundaries.

The Rolling Hills CSD, which includes in its boundaries the neighborhoods of Springfield Meadows, Shadow Hills, Stonebriar, and Sierramonte, provides neighborhood parks and other services for its residents. It is a separate and distinct special district from the El Dorado Hills CSD. The Rolling Hills CSD is not located within the jurisdiction of the El Dorado Hills CSD.  This is often confusing because residents in Rolling Hills CSD also have the postal zip code for El Dorado Hills. However, the service areas for special districts do not necessarily follow postal zip codes. All households within the El Dorado Hills CSD’s jurisdiction contribute to the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of the parks and facilities located in that district through their property taxes.  The residents of the Rolling Hills CSD do not contribute to the El Dorado Hills CSD.  Such non-resident fee programs are not uncommon, and are an effort to address impacts onto the services and facilities provided by the El Dorado Hills CSD used by non-residents which the residents of EDH CSD are funding.

If you have additional questions about the El Dorado Hills CSD fees, please contact Resident Services at (916) 933-6624 ext. 0 or [email protected].