Some CCWD Customers Along Upper Highway 4 may Notice Discolored Water on October 9th

Calaveras County Water District customers who live along Highway 4 between Forest Meadows and Camp Connell may experience taste and color changes to their water starting Friday October 9th and potentially continuing through Monday October 12th as the District temporarily switches to its secondary water source at Hunters Reservoir in Avery. While some customers may…

Road Work on Meko Drive Schedule to Start September 17 in Camp Connell

  Road work associated with the Techite Project is scheduled to being this week in the Camp Connell area. The Calaveras County Water District is repaving the shoulders along Meko Drive starting Thursday, September 17 and estimate this to last one week.  Work will occur between the hours of 7 AM to 5 PM daily. …

Reminder- Highway 4 Reach 1 Water Pipeline Replacement Project Public Outreach Meeting Today

The Calaveras County Water District is approaching the finish line for its Reach 1 pipeline project on Highway 4 between Murphys and Avery. Reach 1 is a critical water transmission facility starting at CCWD’s treatment plant on Hunter Dam Road and ending east of Forest Meadows near Murphys. The original steel pipeline, installed in 1965,…

Update on The Highway 4 Reach 1 Water Pipeline Replacement Project and Public Outreach Meeting Dates

The Calaveras County Water District is approaching the finish line for its Reach 1 pipeline project on Highway 4 between Murphys and Avery. Reach 1 is a critical water transmission facility starting at CCWD’s treatment plant on Hunter Dam Road and ending east of Forest Meadows near Murphys. The original steel pipeline, installed in 1965,…

Construction Begins on Techite Pipeline Replacement Project in Big Trees Village

As of June 1, 2020, the Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) has begun construction on the replacement of a nearly 8,000-foot section of 14-inch-diameter water transmission pipeline along Meko Drive near Dorrington, in Big Trees Village. The project contract was awarded to K.W. Emerson, Inc. for $1.9 million, which will come from CCWD’s Capital Renovation…

CCWD Awarded $2.1 Million FEMA Grant to Replace Five Redwood Tanks Vulnerable to Wildfire

The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) was notified Tuesday April 28 that it had been awarded a $2.1 million grant to replace five, aging redwood water storage tanks with steel, ignition-resistant tanks along the upper Highway 4 Corridor. The grant was awarded to CCWD by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and it will cover…