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    El Dorado County Detention Facility

    El Dorado County Jail
    Placerville Jail
    Address: 300 Forni Road, Placerville, CA 95667 (530) 621-6000

    South Lake Tahoe Jail
    Address: 1051 Al Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150 (530) 573-3031

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The Custody Division is responsible for the care and custody of inmates in the two jail facilities. The South Lake Tahoe Facility can house up to 158 inmates and the Placerville Facility has the capacity of 303 inmates and 8 outpatient medical beds. -Bail bond

El Dorado County

El Dorado County Sheriff offers patrol and detective services for the county's unincorporated areas in addition to court protection, county jail management, and coroner services for the entire county. town corporations Both Placerville, with a population of 11,000, and South Lake Tahoe, with a population of 22,000, have municipal police departments.

The Maidu, Nisenan, Washoe, and Miwok Indigenous American nations have lived in what is now known as El Dorado County for generations. As a result of colonization, their population drastically decreased. Many indigenous people in El Dorado County, like as the Nissenan, are now discussing their history, praying in their native tongues, and recounting their tales. Once thought to be battling for survival, these people are now on the path to having previously broken treaties re-recognised and honored. Indigenous myths predate the gold rush and will do so for a very long time.

The last stretches of the Pony Express mail route, which is now U.S. Highway 50, passed through El Dorado County before being replaced by the telegraph in 1861.

County land is public in large portions. About 43% of the county's total land area is made up by the Eldorado National Forest, mostly on the western slope. Most of the area east of the crest is under the management of the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, which was once a component of the Eldorado and two other National Forests.

Cities of El Dorado

There are 23 Towns and Cities located in El Dorado County, California, United States: Camino Coloma Cool Diamond Springs Echo Lake El Dorado El Dorado Hills Garden Valley Georgetown Greenwood Grizzly Flats Kyburz Lotus Mount Aukum Pilot Hill Placerville Pollock Pines Rescue Shingle Springs Somerset South Lake Tahoe Tahoma Twin Bridges

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,786 square miles, of which 1,708 square miles is land and 78 square miles (4.4%) is water.