CEDAPP - Dedicated to a Prosperous, Healthy Community
The Community Economic Development Association of Pollock Pines (CEDAPP) is a volunteer organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of Pollock Pines and to developing and maintaining an environment that will improve the economic prosperity of the Pollock Pines community and its supporters, while enhancing the quality of life of its citizens.
The Community Economic Development Association of Pollock Pines has one major purpose – we want to help our members succeed. We know that through the success of our members Pollock Pines will grow and prosper and will be an even better place to live and work.
Our staff works hard to build relationships, develop networks, and to support the growth of this region of El Dorado County.
Our board members and community volunteers assist with a variety of activities designed to support our membership. If you
are looking for a great place to live, work, or play, Pollock Pines is the right choice! Check out our website, see the many ways CEDAPP can work for you and how you can SUPPORT US and/or get involved !
Jenkinson Lake is one of many scenic areas to explore and enjoy with camping, hiking, fishing, picnics, and family outings for everyone.
CEDAPP invites you to join us and become active participants in supporting the many resources that Pollock Pines and our region have to offer. Members chose their own level of active involvement and all are welcome - volunteers, committee members, event planners, and financial supporters - your contributions are valued!
CEDAPP offers many opportunities for the entire community. From support of businesses and the local economy to creating events for residents and visitors to celebrate and enjoy - promoting Pollock Pines is first and foremost on CEDAPP's agenda. Read more throughout our site about special events, plans, and local news that promise to enhance your quality of life in Nature's Wonderland.
Make sure to check out the video at the left to see what our charming town has to offer - from honoring the region's Native People to memories of the historic Wild West, to our logging heritage, and to today's settled town that takes pride in its history and builds for the future.