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Hunter Dam Fire

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 live along the upper Highway 4 Corridor. CCWD is grateful to emergency responders who quickly doused the fire before it damaged the …

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Water Quality Report 2017

The 2017 CCWD Annual Water Quality Report is now available online and can be viewed here. Water Quality Report Cover for 2017. We are proud to present our annual drinking water report, which covers all drinking water testing performed between January 1 and December 31, 2017. Over the years, District staff have dedicated themselves to …

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Smoke from the Waverly Fire near Milton.

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 the Waverly Fire, click here. Or visit the Cal Fire incident page here. When firefighters draw water from hydrants to fight …

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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 California Wild and Scenic River on June 27, 2018, when Governor Edmund G. Brown signed SB 854. The legislation was passed …

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CCWDs Water and Sewer Rates Public Hearing

After holding a public hearing Wednesday May 23, 2018, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve a rate plan that will increase water and wastewater rates over the next five years to fund a sustainable Operating Budget to provide water and sewer services. About 30 people attended the public hearing, …

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Boil Water Advisory Lifted

The Calaveras County Water District lifted the boil water notice for 110 customers in Big Trees Village at 2 p.m. Sunday May 6. Customer were required to boil water since late Friday night, due to a main line leak in a 14-inch water transmission pipeline on Meko Drive. This leak was so large, it cut …

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Update 2 p.m. Sunday May 6: All water tests came back negative for harmful bacteria for two consecutive days, so CCWD has lifted the boil water notice in Big Trees Village. All 110 customers who were impacted can now use water normally. CCWD thanks customers for their patience during the water outage, emergency leak repair …

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The Butte Fire burns near San Andreas.

The Calaveras County Water District invites community members to provide comments on the draft update of its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP).  To read the draft, click here. To read the draft appendices, click here. Public input is a critical component of a successful and comprehensive update. The purpose of the plan is to protect …

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CCWD holds a town hall meeting in West Point.

CCWD held a town hall meeting in West Point at 6 p.m. Monday April 16 to discuss proposed water and sewer rate changes. District General Manager, Dave Eggerton, opened the meeting with a 30-minute presentation that gave an overview of CCWD’s infrastructure in the West Point/Wilseyville area. Joel Metzger, manager of external affairs, provided an …

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Dave Eggerton speaks to attendees at the Copperopolis town hall meeting.

More than 50 people attended a town hall meeting in Copperopolis Thursday April 5 to discuss water and sewer rate changes being proposed by CCWD. The meeting kicked off at 6 p.m. with a 45-minute presentation from the District’s General Manager, Dave Eggerton, which provided an overview of CCWD and the proposed rate adjustments. This …

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