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The Calaveras County Water District has recently submitted letters to both Gov. Brown and the State Water Resources Control Board advocating for an end to the statewide drought emergency, which has been in effect since January 2014. So far this wet season, the greater Calaveras County region has received more than 200% of average precipitation, the Sierra snow pack …

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Due to significant snowfall in the Arnold area, construction on the Reach 3A Project is on hold until further notice. CCWD’s contractor, T&S Construction, has replaced about 15,000 feet of pipeline since the project began and the project is more than 80 percent finished. The remaining portions of pipeline that need to be replaced are …

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The Calaveras County Water District will be flushing its entire water distribution system in the greater Valley Springs area through the end of March. These operations may impact CCWD customers in Rancho Calaveras, Jenny Lind, La Contenta and Gold Creek. Due to the large size of the system, CCWD crews will be systematically working their …

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On Wednesday January 25, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously authorized two studies involving the Mokelumne River in Calaveras County. Peter Martin, CCWD water resources program manager, explained one study will evaluate the specific water supply reliability and infrastructure needs of the West Point community, and the other will study the long-term …

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As of 2 p.m. Thursday, water service has been restored to between 100 and 150 CCWD customers who live in Camp Connell in the area of Meko Drive. Because the leak drained a significant amount of water from the District’s storage tank in the area, customers are asked to use water sparingly for the rest of …

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A series of powerful storms in January have caused New Melones Reservoir to rise rapidly. As of January 24, the reservoir was at 950,000 acre feet, 40% of total capacity. In January of last year, the reservoir held 392,000 acre feet, only 16% of total capacity. Click here to see the levels of all major reservoirs in …

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Precipitation in January across the Sierra Nevada Mountains and foothills has exceeded the wettest year on record, which was 1983. The Calaveras County region has received a cumulative wet-season total of 42.3 inches of rain as of January 23, which exceeds the region’s yearly average of 40.8 inches – and the rain and snow are still falling. …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors will hold a  regular board meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday January 25 at the CCWD headquarters, 120 Toma Court, San Andreas. View the meeting materials here: Regular Board Meeting Agenda | Board Package

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Blagen Road remains closed to the public in White Pines where it crosses Big Trees Creek until further notice. The road has been closed since Wednesday January 11 when storms caused Big Trees Creek to flood, which overwhelmed the culvert under Blagen Road. Flood waters washed out much of the soil beneath the road, which undermined …

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The Calaveras County Water District will be flushing its entire water distribution system in the greater Valley Springs area from January 23 through the end of March. These operations may impact CCWD customers in Rancho Calaveras, Jenny Lind Township, La Contenta and Gold Creek. Due to the large size of the system, CCWD crews will …

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