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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors awarded the construction contract for the Reach 3A water transmission pipeline replacement project in Arnold at its meeting Wednesday, April 6. This pipeline was originally installed in 1965 and is being replaced due to its age, poor condition and high frequency of failures and repairs that pose risks …

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5 Year Capital Improvement Program FY 2015-2016 to FY 2020-2021 Water Projects and Funding Wastewater Projects and Funding

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A rate hike scheduled to take place in September will likely be eliminated, after the CCWD Board of Directors directed staff to take steps to cancel it Wednesday, March 9. The Board will take official action on this item at its next meeting on March 23. The increase would have raised standard residential water rates …

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Calaveras County Water District General Manager Dave Eggerton was a guest on local television show “Inside View” in February. In the interview, Eggerton gives customers and community members updates on the District’s Capital Improvement Program, emergency water supply projects, water conservation efforts, water resources projects and community partnerships and outreach.

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors recently contributed $5,000 to CalaverasGROWN to aide in Butte Fire recovery efforts. The community organization used the funds to purchase weed-free rice straw, which is spread over burned areas that have the highest risk of erosion. These efforts provide significant benefits to private landowners by giving the …

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Due to the devastating impacts of the Butte Fire, millions in grant money may soon be awarded to the Calaveras County Water District to fund critical improvements to a water treatment plant that serves more than 10,000 people in the Rancho Calaveras area. At a special meeting Thursday, the CCWD Board of Directors unanimously approved …

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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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Tank Management Plan Project Description The District has numerous welded steel water tanks constructed as far back as the 1970’s that are in varying levels of disrepair due to coating failures and subsequent corrosion, especially the roof structure. A Tank Management Plan will be prepared to assess the condition of all the District’s tanks, develop …

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Reach 1 Waterline Replacement Project Description The Ebbetts Pass Reach 1A water transmission line starts near the water treatment plant at Hunter Dam Road and follows State Route 4 downhill to the west towards Red Apple Ranch. The system operates at pressures in excess of 250-psig. The project consists of replacing approximately 12,000 feet of …

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12″ Techite Waterline Replacement Project Description Replace 11,400-feet of existing 14-inch Techite water line with new 12-inch C900 PVC or ductile iron water main. The replacement line will follow the existing alignment along parts of Sierra Parkway and Meko Drive. Project Purpose CCWD has 11,400 feet of 14-inch diameter Techite line in the Ebbetts Pass …

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