209-754-3543
customerservice@ccwd.org

Home » butte fire

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 …

Read more

Calaveras County Water District General Manager, Dave Eggerton, was honored to provide testimony before the Little Hoover Commission today in Sacramento. His comments were focused on the impacts of poor forest management and unhealthy forests on water supply quantity and quality within Calaveras County and the greater Sierra Nevada region. Click here to see the full agenda for …

Read more

Shortly after the devastating Butte Fire sparked to life, the Calaveras County Water District opened three emergency fill stations, where fire victims could access water at no charge. These stations were located in West Point, Arnold and Valley Springs. Now that clean-up efforts are nearly complete, CCWD is returning the fill stations to normal operation. …

Read more

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 …

Read more

The Calaveras County Water District is pleased to announce that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has officially awarded $2.8 million in grant funds to build a pretreatment facility at the Jenny Lind Water Treatment Plant. It is critical that CCWD construct this facility to help cope with the severely degraded water quality in the …

Read more

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 …

Read more

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The 48 service connections in Sheep Ranch are the ONLY CCWD customers who are under a boil water advisory. All other CCWD service areas are operating normally and the water is completely safe to drink. Sunday Sept. 20 update: The boil water advisory for Sheep Ranch customers has been extended until Monday morning, Sept. 21. This is …

Read more

After the Butte Fire caused a water service disruption in Sheep Ranch, Calaveras County Water District crews have been working hard to restore service to the community. The District’s Director of Utility Services, Bill Perley, said he hopes to turn the water system back on Friday morning at around 7 a.m. Until that that time, CCWD encourages …

Read more

Due to the Butte Fire, water service to the community of Sheep Ranch has been disrupted, and CCWD crews are working hard to get the system up and running. To ensure customers have access to drinking water, CCWD is providing bottled water at the Central Calaveras Fire and Rescue station 11309 Sheep Ranch Road in the center of …

Read more

The Butte Fire has burned tens of thousands of acres throughout Calaveras County and left more than 130 families without homes and thousands without power. Due to this emergency, the Calaveras County Water District has opened up three emergency fill stations to county residents who have lost access to their water source. Potable water will …

Read more
Page 1 of 2 12
Translate »