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Special District

El Dorado Hills Community Services DistrictCandidate for Director

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Noelle Mattock

12,807 votes (21.44%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Saving the old Executive Golf Course from becoming a sea of roof tops.
  • Providing safe inclusive places to recreate for residents of all ages and all abilities.
  • Heightened focus on outreach and collaboration with community members, non-profits, businesses and public agency partners using various digital platforms and in person as soon as we can!



Profession:Utility Government Affairs Administrator
Utilities Government Relations Administrator, City of Roseville (2019–current)
Director, El Dorado Hills Community Services District — Elected position (2008–current)
Council Member, El Dorado County Early Care and Education Planning Council — Appointed position (2008–current)
Board Member, California Special Districts Association — Elected position (2009–current)
Chair of the Legislative Committee, California Special Districts Association — Appointed position (2015–current)
Legislative and Policy Specialist, City of Sacramento (2015–2019)
Senior Governmental Affairs Representative, CH2M Hill now Jacobs Engineering (2001–2014)
Member, El Dorado County Tax Policy Oversight Committee — Appointed position (2010–2013)
Staff Services Analyst, Health and Human Services Agency, Legislative Unit (1997–2001)


Special District Leadership Academy Certificate, Special District Governance (2019)
Leadership California Certificate, California Issues and Trends (2016)
California State University Sacramento Masters, Public Policy and Administration (2004)


I was raised in El Dorado Hills, I swam with Taz, played youth sports (volleyball, basketball and softball), and graduated in the 3rd graduating class from Oak Ridge High.  When I purchased the home I grew up in, I decided to put my education and professional experiences to work here for my community.  Since that time I have volunteered countless hours for local non-profits, helped create the El Dorado Hills Promise Foundation and have been appointed to serve on several county commissions.  However, I am most proud to have been able to represent you, my family, friends and neighbors on the CSD Board.  

My work is not done!  I have heard the community loud and clear, and you do not want to see the former Executive Golf Course be turned into a sea of roof tops! I have stepped up as your locally elected voice to help lead the charge to save this propoerty.  I want to continue serving our community so that I can fight for the CSD to purchase the property and return it back to you and its intended use as a community asset!  

My professional and educational background has been an invaluable asset to the District and is what helped the CSD to successfully navigate through the ‘Great Recession.’  I am proud that we did not furlough a single employee, we built our reserves, continued to provide the superior services and programs the community enjoys and continued to expand and renovate our park system.  It is that hard work and fiscal oversight that has allowed us to purchase land to create the Bass Lake Regional Park and have the money available to negotiate to purchase the former Executive Golf Course.  

I hope I can count on your support on November 3rd.  A vote for me, Noelle Mattock, is a vote for a proven leader with the experience and deep commitment to being your for our community. 

Who supports this candidate?

Individuals (8)

  • Brad and Michelle DeMaso
  • Terry Crumpley
  • Eric Fechter
  • Dennis Fergusun
  • Laura Patane
  • Laura and Kale Larsen
  • Robert S. Leon
  • Kristi Rogers-Carichoff

Political Beliefs

Position Papers

Meet the Candidate


Why I am running for the CSD Board - Experience, Leadership, Commitment

Before Noelle Mattock served on the El Dorado Hills CSD (EDHCSD) Board of Directors for 12 years, before she was the EDHCSD Vice President, and before she was the EDHCSD President; she was an active child growing up in St. Andrews Village.  She attended Jackson Elementary, participating in CSD programs, youth sports, and swimming with the El Dorado Hills "TAZ" swim team for six years while attending Elementary and Junior High.  After graduating from Oak Ridge High School, in the third graduating class, she began her studies in Junior College, eventually receiving both her BA and MPPA from Sacramento State University.  Noelle's active lifestyle growing up naturally transitioned into a passion for community service.

Noelle's long history in local government has given her an edge in better serving the El Dorado Hills community.  Currently employed by the City of Roseville as a Utility Government Relations Administrator for the Environmental Utilities Department, she is responsible for state and federal affairs for the Water, Waste Services, and Stormwater Divisions.  Environmental Utilities is an integrated-utility, serving approximately 165,000 residents.  Before joining the City of Roseville, she worked for the City of Sacramento and CH2M HILL, an international consulting engineering firm, as a Senior Government Affairs Representative.

Noelle also represents our region on the California Special Districts Association (CSDA) Board of Directors and chairs the Legislative Committee.  In 2011, she helped launch the Gold Country Regional Chapter of CSDA, whose primary focus is to provide training for board members and staff locally.

Volunteering with other local non-profits, and helping to establish the EDH Promise Foundation, a non-profit that supports and complements the CSD efforts, has helped Noelle make sure everyone in the community has access to public parks, health and welfare, senior and youth services, education and recreational opportunities that cannot be furnished by other means.  She proudly follows in the footsteps of her parents through serving her friends, neighbors and the entire El Dorado Hills community.

I hope I can count on your support on November 3rd.  A vote for me, Noelle Mattock, is a vote for a proven leader with the experience and deep commitment to being your for our community. 



A brief listing of leadership roles I have held. 

Leadership California Class of 2016



Education & Training


  • Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education;
  • Masters in Public Policy and Administration;
  • State of California Health and Human Services Agency Legislative Unit;
  • 20 plus years in state and federal government affairs serving both public and private entities;
  • Special District Leadership Foundation Certificate in Special District Governance;
  • Special District Leadership Foundation Certificate in Special District Governance Advanced Course Work;
  • Senate Resolution from Former Senator Gaines in 2014 recognizing my leadership at the state and local levels 


Community Involvement


  • El Dorado County Early Care and Education Planning Council, Member and Past President;
  • El Dorado County Treasurers Policy Oversight Committee, Member;
  • Founding member of the EDH Promise Foundation, Past President;
  • Volunteer for clean-up days and other non-profits in El Dorado County;
  • CEDAC-EDH Leadership and Member;
  • Institute for Local Government Public Engagement Panel of Advisors;
  • California Special Districts Association (CSDA) Board of Directors, Member and Past President;
  • Chair of the CSDA Legislative Committee 2012 - Present;
  • Founding Member of the Gold Country Regional Chapter of CSDA, Past President;
  • CSDA Chapter of the Year Award;
  • EDH Newcomers, Member 


 Professional Achievements


  • Leadership California  Issues and Trends Class of 2016;
  • Chair of the California Municipal Utilities Association Legislative Committee 2019-2020;
  • Capitol Network, Member and Past President




A brief summary of my experience

A Few Accomplishments 






  • Environmental Sustainability Plan that reduces costs to run CSD operations and facilities
    • First CSD solar system
    • First CSD car charging stations 
    • Conversion to LED in facilities
    • Updated automation of programs
  • Created the Opportunity Fund - to partner with the community on smaller projects important to you
  • Created the CARE Fund - to provide funding to those in need of financial assistance to participate in CSD programs
  • Spearheaded fiscal responsibility within the District
    • Tackled runaway public pension liability  
    • Negotiated multiple labor contracts with employees
    • Created the Capital Deficiency Reserves Account
    • Updated revenue and investment strategies 




  • Measure E (2015) Author - 91% said 'No to homes on the Old Executive Golf Course'
  • 2019 CSDA Award for Exceptional Outreach and Advocacy
  • Government Finance Officers Association Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
  • Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District Transparency Certificate of Excellence
  • Board Positions
    • Board President and Vice President 
    • Parks & Planning Committee Chair
    • Administration and Finance Committee Chair
    • Franchise Committee Chair
    • CC&R Committee Chair
    • Recreation and Volunteer Committee Chair
    • Communications Ad-hoc Committee
    • Master Plan Committee


 Parks - More than doubled the acreage owned by CSD


  • Based on community feedback, created the Distance Learning and Child Care Program
  • Working to bring comprehensive trail system to El Dorado Hills
  • Support bringing a Bike Park to El Dorado Hills
  • Bass Lake Regional Park Acquisition
    • EID property at Bass Lake acquisition
    • County property at Bass Lake acquisition
    • Serrano J lot H land deal finalized


  • 10 Acres on Bass Lake Road by fire station acquisition   
  • Negotiating Old Executive Golf Course (Central)
  • Partnered with Marina Village Middle School on field renovations
  • Jeff Mitchell field renovation and dedication
  • Joint project with Buckeye Union School District on new gym
  • Delivered Valley View Park
  • Worked with community interest groups
  • Built first dog park in El Dorado Hills
  • Brought on inclusive park elements for kids of all abilities
  • Built Lake Forest Park
  • Built Windsor Point Park
  • Added more bocce ball courts at Promontory Park
  • New gym floor at Community Park
  • New Skate Park
  • Pool rehabilitation


(Not a comprehensive list)


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