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NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the costs of the required abatement may also become a charge against the affected property which has the same force, effect and priority of a judgment lien governed by the provisions of California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 697.310, et seq., and may be extended as provided in California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 683.110, et seq.
Before a civil code enforcement case is closed, the County shall approve a remediation plan that provides for remediation activities that will restore the site to predevelopment (pre-cultivation) conditions to the maximum extent feasible. The County may require a mitigation and monitoring plan subject to review and approval of a Hearing Officer or the Planning and Building Department. The plan shall address prevention of damage to soil, plant and animal life, and surface and subsurface water supplies, and shall include standards for documentation, reporting, and adaptive management. Failure to comply with a mitigation and monitoring plan shall constitute a subsequent violation of this section.
A remediation plan enables the County to have the violators bring the property back to the pre-cultivation environmental state. Many violating properties have environmental issues that not only affect the property put also surrounding properties and the watershed. These types of cases require a remediation plan designed by a qualified professional as a corrective action.
Please address all cannabis related code enforcement letters to the following address:
El Dorado County Code Enforcement2850 Fairlane Court, Building C
Placerville, CA 95667
For hand delivery of information please bring it to the front counter in Building C.
For any questions for Code Enforcement staff, please call or email at:Phone: (530) 621-5999Email:
For all the rules in the ordinance click here to view the
Personal Use Cultivation Ordinance
Request for Cannabis Administrative Hearing Form