CCWD Board of Directors, 2018. From left, Russ Thomas, Jeff Davidson, Scott Ratterman, Terry Strange and Bertha Underhill.
The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) is a revenue-neutral public agency responsible for resource planning and service delivery for the Water and Energy facilities it owns or operates. This not-for-profit status means CCWD has no private shareholders, pays no dividends and therefore does not report to, nor answer to, the California Public Utilities Commission
CCWD is called a County Water District relative to the service area of the entire County, but is also independent of the County Government. We do, however, answer to the public we serve through a five-member Board of Directors. Each Director is elected by voters within their respective division boundaries to represent the public's interest with regard to rates for service, taxes, policies, ordinances and other matters related to the management and operation of the Calaveras County Water District. Directors serve four-year, alternating terms on the Board.
Typically, the Board of Directors meet in open public session on
the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
The Board room is located at District headquarters