Please Maintain Social Distancing When CCWD Crews Are in Your Area

Help keep our field crews healthy. CCWD employees are designated disaster service workers who staff our treatment plants, repair water pipeline breaks and keep the sewer system in working order. If CCWD staff members are in your neighborhood performing critical work, we ask that you maintain proper social distance – at least 6 feet. Starting…

CCWD Closes White Pines Lake and Park

The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) has closed White Pines Park in response to the coronavirus emergency. Closures include the playground, picnic areas, beaches, and bathrooms.  In compliance with orders from the Calaveras County Department of Public Health, no gatherings are permitted and watercraft are not allowed on the lake. The Sierra Nevada Logging Museum…

CCWD Board Temporarily Suspends Utility Bill Late Fees and Lock-offs

On Wednesday March 25, the Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) Board of Directors voted unanimously to suspend utility bill late fees and lock-offs until June 1st. This is a temporary order in response to the COVID-19 emergency.  CCWD customers are still responsible for paying standard base rates and consumptive charges on-time, but penalties for late…

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…