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How to Help Your Trees Survive the Drought

Trees and water are both precious resources. Trees make our houses feel like home–they also improve property values, clean our water and air, and even make our streets safer and quieter. When we water…

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A mainline water leak sprung to life in Arnold under Linebaugh Road at around 10:30 a.m. The Ebbetts Pass Distribution Crew quickly shut water off in the area so they could begin the leak…

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The Valley Springs Area Business Association invited the Calaveras County Water District to be the guest speaker at its meeting on Wednesday August 20 at the La Contenta Golf Course Clubhouse just…

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CCWD Finance Committee to Meet Tuesday August 25

The Calaveras County Water District Finance Committee will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday August 25 in the CCWD Board Room at 120 Toma Court, San Andreas, CA 95249. Click here to see…

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In response to California’s continuing drought and the Governor’s April 1 Executive Order mandating a 25-percent reduction in water use throughout California, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) on August 12…

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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…

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CCWD reduces water use by 39 percent in July

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…

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CCWD Moving Forward with Lake Tulloch Intake Extension

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…

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CCWD Empowers Customers Through Billing Improvements

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…

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