CCWD Thanks Customers for Conserving Water During Power Outage

The Calaveras County Water District is grateful to the thousands of customers who conserved water during the recent Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) public safety power shutoff events (PSPS). Now that power has been restored throughout Calaveras County, customers can resume normal water use. Well in advance of the planned power shutdown, CCWD encouraged…

CCWD to Hold Town Hall Meeting in Valley Springs Wednesday Nov. 6

Residents of Valley Springs, Rancho Calaveras, La Contenta, Gold Creek, Southworth and Wallace are invited to join the Calaveras County Water District for a town hall meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday November 6 at the Rancho Calaveras Property Owner’s Association Clubhouse, 3995 Highway 26, Valley Springs. District staff will give a short presentation…

PG&E PSPS is Back and Bigger Than Ever; Please Conserve Water

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced Friday Oct. 25 that it has expanded its projected Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) event to include all of Calaveras County Water District’s water and wastewater facilities throughout the County. This presents an even greater challenge for CCWD staff, as past events were not as widespread. PG&E said…

Power Restored: Copperopolis and West Point Customers Can Use Water Normally

Update Sunday Oct. 13: Customers in West Point can resume normal water use. Thanks to customers across Calaveras County for conserving water during PG&E’s power outage. Update 9:30 p.m. Friday – Power has been restored to CCWD’s water treatment plant in Copperopolis, and customers can resume normal water use. We are continuing to ask customers…

Copperopolis Customers Urged to Continue Conserving Water – CCWD Water Plant Back Online

UPDATE 7:45 a.m. Friday – CCWD continues to urge customers to conserve water in Copperopolis. While CCWD’s water treatment plant did come back online at about 3 a.m. Friday thanks to a backup generator provided by PG&E, CCWD needs all customers in Copperopolis to continue conserving water until PG&E restores power to all of Copperopolis.…

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…