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CCWD Board of Directors, 2018. From left, Russ Thomas, Jeff Davidson, Scott Ratterman, Terry Strange and Bertha Underhill.

After more than a year of in-depth analysis and discussion, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors instructed staff to send written notifications to customers regarding proposed changes to rates for the District’s 13,000 water customers and 5,000 sewer customers (click here to read the notice). These notices are required by Proposition 2018 (Prop. …

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A notice that there will be a planned water outage

The Calaveras County Water District will shut down water service to a portion of Dunn Road in Rancho Calaveras from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday February 21 in order to install two new mainline water valves. About 22 customers are expected to experience an interruption of their water service during the construction. The District’s …

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Water Outage Flyer

There will be planned water shutdown from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday February 14 at the intersection of Redman and Goggin Roads in Rancho Calaveras. About 50 customers in the area may have their water service impacted or interrupted. The District hung door tags at the properties that are likely to be impacted. …

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Flyer asking for the community's input on the District's 2017 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan update.

The Calaveras County Water District invites community members to take a short survey that will help inform the update of its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). Public input is a critical component of a successful and comprehensive update. The purpose of the plan is to protect people and properties from the effects of hazards by …

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CCWD crews respond to a damaged fire hydrant on Garner Place.

Update 1:30 p.m.¬†Thursday: Due to the large size of this leak, customers in the area may experience discolored water and air in their systems for a week or more. Please follow these instructions if you are experiencing discolored water in your home: Experiencing discolored water and air bubbles in homes is normal after leak repairs. …

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Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Graphic

The community is invited to join the Calaveras County Water District in the development of an update to its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). Public input is a critical component of a successful and comprehensive update. The purpose of the plan is to protect people and properties from the effects of hazards by developing mitigation …

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Update 9:30 p.m. Wednesday: CCWD crews have completed the repair of the leak on Dunn Road, flushed the system and water service has been restored to impacted customers. Some customers in the area may experience discolored water, which is common after construction work such as this. Even though CCWD crews flushed the system using hydrants …

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On Tuesday November 21, the CCWD Board of Directors awarded a $3.4 million contract to R.E. Smith Construction of Newcastle to build the Jenny Lind Water Plant Pretreatment Project, which will help ensure safe, reliable water service to more than 10,000 people living in the greater Valley Springs area. In 2015, the devastating Butte Fire …

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With the holiday season upon us, the Calaveras County Water District would like to remind customers that putting cooking fats, oils and grease (FOG) down the drain can cause significant problems for sewer systems. If FOG is washed down the drain, it can can lead to clogged sewer pipes at your home and business, which …

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