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CCWD Awards Construction Contract for Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project

The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors has awarded a $6.7 million contract to Mozingo Construction for the Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project between Forest Meadows and Avery. The existing 8-inch pipeline was installed in 1965 and is being replaced due to its age, poor condition and high frequency of failures and repairs. The…

Bret Harte High School students assembly for the "On The Right Track" event.

CCWD Attends On the Right Track Event at Bret Harte High School

The Calaveras County Water District joined a large number of community, governmental and business organizations Monday April 9 for the 2019 On the Right Track event, which was organized by the Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce. Per the Chamber, On the Right Track is a program designed to equip young adults with skills needed to…

CCWD Participates in 2019 Columbia College Career Fair

The Calaveras County Water District thanks the students and community members who dropped by the District’s booth at the 2019 Columbia College Career Fair! As an increasing number of CCWD employees reach retirement age, the District is eager to engage community members who may be interested in joining the CCWD team. When jobs become available,…

CCWD Continues to Address Color and Odor Concerns in West Point

The Calaveras County Water District is still experiencing odor and color in our water supply to the West Point Water Treatment Plant. While it is an aesthetic issue only, residual color and odor may still be present within the water distribution system. District staff are flushing aggressively to eliminate this issue as soon as possible….

CCWD Regular Board Meeting: April 10

The CCWD Board meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the month starting at 1:00 p.m. These meetings are held at 120 Toma Court in San Andreas and are open to the public. Materials for the April 10 meeting are as follows: Regular Board Meeting Agenda Agenda Package .

Storms Cause Taste and Odor Issues in West Point Water System

Large rainstorms have caused rivers to swell and erosion has increased significantly in Bear Creek, which is the Calaveras County Water District’s water supply for West Point and Wilseyville. Soil erosion has filled Bear Creek with sediment, which is difficult to treat and has led to community concerns regarding taste and odor. To ensure public…

CCWD asks Valley Springs area residents to conserve water Wednesday April 3

The Calaveras County Water District asks residents of Jenny Lind, Rancho Calaveras, La Contenta and Gold Creek to use water sparingly between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday April 3. The District is upgrading its water treatment plant in Valley Springs (learn more here), and the plant will be offline for part of the day…

Jenny Lind Water Treatment Plant to Run on Backup Power March 26 and 27

Update 1:30 p.m. Wednesday March 27: PG&E has completed its electrical service upgrade project and the water treatment plant is back on normal power. Residents in the area will no longer hear a generator running continuously. The Calaveras County Water District will be operating its Jenny Lind Water Treatment Plant on backup generator power for…