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CCWD 2018 scholarship award recipients, Claudia Loomis, left, and Sierra Stephens hold their awards after a CCWD Board meeting on August 8.

CCWD Awards two $500 Scholarships

Each year, the Calaveras County Water District awards two high school seniors with $500 scholarships. The students earn the scholarships by writing an essay about the value of water.

The winners of the 2018 CCWD…

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Groundwater Management Open House: Wednesday, August 29

Did you know that the Calaveras County Water District has partnered with Calaveras County, Stanislaus County and Rock Creek Water District to manage the portions of the Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Basin within their…

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Area where CCWD crews will make a planned leak repair on August 22.

Calaveras County Water District crews are planning to repair a leak in a main water line on Copper Cove Drive at 9 p.m. Wednesday August 22, which will cause about 380 customers to experience…

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CCWD Board of Directors

CCWD Board Meeting August 8, 2018

The CCWD Board of Directors meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month and is open to the public.

Click the links below to view agenda materials

 Regular Board Meeting Agenda | Agenda…

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Hunter Dam Fire

Hunter Dam Fire Threatens CCWD Water Plant in Avery

Late Monday afternoon, the Hunter Dam Fire burned within 50 feet of the Calaveras County Water District’s Hunter’s Water Treatment Plant facility in Avery, which provides water service to more than 6,000 customers who…

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Water Quality Report 2017

CCWD Releases 2017 Water Quality Report

The 2017 CCWD Annual Water Quality Report is now available online and can be viewed here.

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Smoke from the Waverly Fire near Milton.

CCWD Hydrants Assist in Waverly Firefighting Effort

Firefighters pumped thousands of gallons of water from CCWD hydrants in Jenny Lind to supply apparatus fighting the fast-moving Waverly Fire, which burned 12,300 acres between June 29 and July 2 2018.

For information on…

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The Upper Mokelumne River.
Collaborative effort permanently protects the environment, communities, water supply and hydropower generation

Thirty-seven miles of the North Fork and main stem of the Mokelumne River running through Amador and Calaveras counties became California’s 12th…

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