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Update 12 p.m. July 6: CCWD is continuing to perform state-mandated tests in Camp Connell. If the results of those tests come back showing no harmful bacteria in the water, CCWD will lift the boil water notice. The District expects to receive the test results by Friday July 7. Until further notice from the District, the …

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Update 2:30 p.m.: Water Service has been restored to customers in Copperopolis. As of 1 p.m. Thursday, Calaveras County Water District crews were working to repair a water leak on Feather Drive in Copperopolis. This leak has caused residents who live on Feather Drive and in Sequoia, Morado or Iriquois Circles to experience a disruption in …

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The Calaveras County Water District is planning to interrupt water service for about 200 homes and 12 businesses in Arnold from 8 a.m. to noon Monday April 3. This water service outage is necessary to allow the District to perform a pipeline tie-in, which is part of the ongoing Reach 3A Transmission Pipeline Replacement Project. …

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After the completion of a planned leak repair on Copper Cove Drive, Calaveras County Water District crews restored water service to about 200 residential customers and 20 businesses in Copperopolis at around 10:30 a.m. The detour has been lifted that was in effect on Copper Cove Drive during the repair work. Now that water service …

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The Calaveras County Water District is planning to make repairs to a water transmission line from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Monday March 20 on Copper Cove Drive in Copperopolis. These repairs may cause about 18  businesses and 200 residential customers in the area to experience low pressure or a short disruption in water service. The section …

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The Calaveras County Water District lifted the boil water notice for about 1,000 customers in the Meadowmont Subdivision in Arnold, after state-mandated testing showed no trace of potentially harmful bacteria in the water. The District is hand-delivering written notices to all impacted customers this morning informing them they can return to using water normally. Because …

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Update Sunday March 5: The District is continuing to perform state-mandated testing. If all goes well, the District may be able to lift the boil water notice as soon as Monday March 6. When the District is able to lift the advisory, all impacted customers will be notified. Original post: Calaveras County Water District crews restored …

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The Calaveras County Water District plans to temporarily shut down water service to about 1,000 customers in the Meadowmont Subdivision on the north side of Highway 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday March 2. This water outage is necessary to complete repairs related to the emergency water outage that occurred on Tuesday …

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Calaveras County Water District crews worked through the night to complete emergency repairs in Arnold, and water service was restored to 500-1,000 customers by a 3 a.m. Wednesday March 1. The water outage was due to the failure of a pressure-reducing valve in a 52-year-old section of water transmission line in the old Meadowmont Golf Course. Customers …

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Update Wednesday March 1: CCWD crews completed emergency repairs at 3 a.m., and water service has been restored. Customers who were impacted by the water outage must comply with a boil water notice until the District has completed state-mandated testing to ensure the water does not pose a health risk. The District thanks Arnold community members for …

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