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Shortly after the devastating Butte Fire sparked to life, the Calaveras County Water District opened three emergency fill stations, where fire victims could access water at no charge. These stations were located in West Point, Arnold and Valley Springs. Now that clean-up efforts are nearly complete, CCWD is returning the fill stations to normal operation. …

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Calaveras County Water District General Manager Dave Eggerton was a guest on local television show “Inside View” in February. In the interview, Eggerton gives customers and community members updates on the District’s Capital Improvement Program, emergency water supply projects, water conservation efforts, water resources projects and community partnerships and outreach.

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The Joint Powers Insurance Authority honored Phil McCartney, CCWD mechanic, with a safety award for building a machine that allows staff members to easily lift heavy aerators out of ponds so maintenance can be performed. McCartney was honored at the CCWD Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday February 17 and the award was presented by Teresa Tanaka, …

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  Update at 11:15 a.m.: The leak has been repaired and water service has been restored to customers in the area. Please note that if you live in the affected area, you may experience air in your lines or brown-colored water. Even if the water is brown, it is completely safe to drink. If you would …

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Meeting Agenda

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The Calaveras County Water District’s top priorities are to provide customers with safe, high quality and reliable drinking water that meets or exceeds state and federal standards, and the District is proud to have achieved these goals since 1946. With water quality concerns widely reported in the state and national news, there’s no better time …

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Board Agenda Board Package

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CCWD General Manager, Dave Eggerton, presented to the Tuolumne Utilities District Board of Directors Tuesday seeking support for an effort to store 100,000 acre feet of water in New Melones Reservoir. This effort was approved by the CCWD Board in October of 2015  (Read more here) and has since been supported by agencies throughout the …

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