Meyers Area Plan could be approved at two upcoming meetings

[South Tahoe Now]

Meyers, the commercial, public services, and recreation hub of unincorporated El Dorado County at the South Shore may soon have a new area plan.

The Meyers Area Plan is the comprehensive long-term plan for the Meyers Community and, if approved, will replace the original Meyers Community Plan (MCP) adopted in 1993. The MCP currently serves as the comprehensive land use and zoning plan for the community of Meyers, consistent with the Lake Tahoe Regional Plan and the El Dorado County General Plan. It was originally meant to last a decade, not the almost 25 years its been in place.

In 2012, the first community visioning workshop and stakeholder interviews were held and the Meyers Advisory Council (MAC) was selected. They held meetings and worked closely with El Dorado County, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) and the public to update the existing Meyers Community Plan and convert it into the Meyers Area Plan ...

The BOS will then consider the Meyers Area Plan at their December 12, 2017 meeting. The meeting begins at 9:00 a.m. and will be in Building A at 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, CA 95667...