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As California moves through the fourth consecutive year of drought, water is becoming increasingly scare and water theft is on the rise. Since Calaveras County Water District staff cannot monitor the entire service area at all times, we ask for the community’s help to catch water thieves. If anyone witnesses suspicious activity involving the filling of a …

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The Calaveras County Water District reduced water production by 39 percent in July 2015 when compared to July 2013. This is the third consecutive month that CCWD has reduced water production by nearly 40 percent. The State Water Resources Control Board has mandated that CCWD reduce water production by 16 percent when compared to 2013 …

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In order to ensure that reliable water service and fire flows can be provided to 7,000 residents in Copperopolis now and in the future, the Calaveras County Water District is moving forward with an extension of its Lake Tulloch intake pumps. “This is the same path we’ve been on since the Board of Directors approved …

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The Calaveras County Water District has made several improvements to its bimonthly bills that we hope will make them easier to read and provides customers with powerful tools to monitor their water usage. While CCWD has included a water usage graph for many years, we made it even better. Customers can now see water usage for …

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Watch the video of the July 22, 2015, CCWD Board Meeting

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Made possible through collaboration with San Joaquin Delta College and both institutions desire to address the workforce needs of Calaveras County, Columbia College will be offering “Introduction to Water Resources Management” at Calaveras High School in San Andreas. This weekly class starts on Thursday August 27, 2015; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and ends on …

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Update 4:30 p.m.: Water service has been restored to all customers. If any affected customers see water with a brownish color in their systems, they may flush out their pipes by turning on a faucet furthest away from the meter and letting it run until the water runs clear (please try to save this water to use …

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With an incredible 40 percent reduction in June, there is no doubt that Calaveras County Water District customers are serious about saving water. This reduction is two-and-a-half times the 16 percent reduction required by the State Water Resources Control Board. The State compares current water use to the same time period in 2013. “This is …

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CCWD talked at the Valley Springs Elementary Garden Camp about where their water comes from, drought and water conservation. The students were excited to learn about how they can save water indoors and outdoors. By the end of the day, the school garden was saving all its outdoor sink water and using a soil moisture …

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