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Rippon Road Water Shutdown

About 20 customers on Rippon Road in Rancho Calaveras will have their water service interrupted from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday May 20. This service interruption is necessary to allow CCWD crews to remove a fire hydrant that will be replaced at a later date. Note: Discolored water is a common occurrence after pipeline …

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The Calaveras County Water District Finance Committee is meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday May 21 at the CCWD Headquarters in San Andreas. This meeting is open to the public. Click here to view the meeting agenda and materials.

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Boil Water Notice Lifted

The Calaveras County Water District lifted a boil water notice (see here) for 74 customers in Calypso Bay and Poker Flat as of 11 a.m. Thursday April 25. As of noon on Thursday, the District had hand-delivered hard copies of a flyer alerting all impacted customers that boil water notice had been lifted. The boil …

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Boil Water Advisory

The Calaveras County Water District issued a boil water notice for a limited number of customers who live in Calypso Bay and Poker Flat as of 11 a.m. Tuesday April 23. This boil water notice is necessary due to a loss of system pressure that occurred in the water distribution pipeline during a planned leak …

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Lake Tulloch

The Calaveras County Water District is conducting an urgent pipeline leak repair that will temporarily impact water service to the Calypso Bay, Poker Flat, Connor Estates and Peninsula Estates communities from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday April 23.  Please conserve water during that time. While the repair is taking place, the impacted subdivisions are …

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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 …

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

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 …

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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, …

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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. …

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West Point Regulating Reservoir

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 …

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