Texas Hill Estates Annual Hot Dog Social       

May 1, 2021 11:00am - 2:00pm at Lyon's Park 

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Living with Wildfire (and Native Plants too)

An informative Youtube presentation by Alice Cantelow of the El Dorado County Chapter of the California Native Plant Society and the Oak Hill Fire Safe Council.  Information on plants and home hardening while living in wildfire territory.
   
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Texas Hill Estates Fire Safe Council Board Welcomes a New Secretary

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HFvUhdBmOqdrDPG4vndJUXb5DkMttFyZT3_AsVU1IRQ/edit?usp=sharing


 

About Us

Texas Hill Estates is a public access community presently containing 104 buildable lots ranging in size from 2 acres to 10 acres. Currently there are approximately 98 completed homes, Texas Hill Estates is bordered on the north by Placerville Airport, on the south by Weber Creek, on the east by the Newtown Acres subdivision, and on the west by Cedar Ravine Road. Its exact boundaries are the same as those of the Texas Hill Road Zone of Benefit as registered with El Dorado County.

Specifically, the following roads are included in Texas Hill Estates Fire Safe Council Zone:

Donner Trail                         Nugget Lane

Eureka Court                       Miners Court  

Fairover Court                     Promenade Lane 

Fairover Drive                      Sara Lane 

Family Court                        Star Gazer Lane   

Gingham Court                   Texas Hill Road      

Texas Hills Estates is located in the foothills of the northern Sierra Nevada mountains of California at the 2000 to 2500 foot elevation. The vegetation is a mix of fuel types that is rated by CAL FIRE as a Very High Severity Hazard. The steep terrain, composition, density, structure, and heavy fuel loading of the vegetation adjacent to and within Texas Hill include all of the elements for a catastrophic wildfire. We are fortunate to have five El Dorado County Fire Protection District stations within a less than 15 minute response of our area. However, we feel it necessary to take action to prevent a disastrous fire from developing in our community.

The Council has developed a Wildfire Evacuation and General Preparedness Plan should a wildfire occur near or in our area of the intensity that requires an evacuation.

Texas Hill Estates Fire Safe Council Board

Hugh Council - Vice Chair, Toni Dent - Treasurer, Janet Mills - Vice Chair, Nancy Smith - Secretary, Tim Kordes - Chair
 

The Texas Hill Estates Fire Safe Council (THEFSC) is a Satellite council under the El Dorado County Fire Safe Council. We are a  nonprofit organization, which is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and tax exempt under Section 23701(d) of the California Revenue and Taxation Code.

Our Mailing Address

THEFSC
PO Box 816
Placerville, CA 95667
How to reach us
thefsc2019@gmail.com
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Texas Hill Estates Fire Safe Council is to increase wildfire preparedness and prevention efforts.  

These efforts are designed to protect our residents, recognize evacuation plans, and reduce property damage by:

  • Serving as a forum for the implementation of the measures outlined in the Community Wildland Protection Plan
  • Sharing fire-safety information
  • Assessing fire risk
  • Promoting community life safety, fire-safe planning and coordination
  • Supporting police and fire agencies and local fire safe councils
 

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