CCWD Reminder to Only Flush Toilet Paper To Help Keep Wastewater Operators Safe

CCWD would like to remind everyone that, other than human waste, toilet paper is the only acceptable flushable item. Paper towels, sanitary wipes, swiffers, etc., can damage wastewater infrastructure and require operators to work in close proximity to raw sewage. COVID-19 can be present in wastewater, so it is particularly important during this outbreak that…

CCWD Office Closure and Other Actions in Response to Coronavirus

The Calaveras County Water District is taking proactive measures to protect its workforce and mitigate the spread of COVID19. The District is committed to maintaining uninterrupted, safe, and reliable water and wastewater service for the communities we serve. CCWD staff will be working throughout this difficult time, however, our operations and administrative functions are being…

Emergency Leak Repair in Copperopolis May Cause Discolored water

Calaveras County Water District crews made an emergency repair to a 10-inch water transmission line today, Monday, 3/16.   This work took place between Bridlewood Lane and Black Creek Road and may cause residents and businesses who live in the area of the intersection of Copper Cove Drive and O’Byrnes Ferry Road to experience water pressure…

Copperopolis Water Treatment Plant is Offline; CCWD Urges All Copperopolis Customers to Limit Water Use

Update 9 p.m. Thursday: Click here for the latest information Update 5 p.m. Thursday: Power is still out in Copperopolis, and CCWD continues to urge customers to only use water when absolutely necessary. CCWD is working on bringing in a replacent generator to allow the water treatment plant to come back on. The backup generator…