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Boil Water Notice Lifted

The boil water notice in Sheep Ranch was lifted at 1 p.m. Wednesday September 5. CCWD completed state-mandated water testing, and the results came back negative for harmful bacteria, so the water is safe to drink and customers may resume normal use. Staff will hand-deliver notices this afternoon alerting customers that the boil water notice …

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Boil Water Notice Lifted

The boil water order has been lifted for 150 customers in Big Trees Village as of 11 a.m. Tuesday. CCWD staff are hand-delivering official notifications to all impacted customers this afternoon. Customers can now use water normally. Read the notification here. Click here to read CCWD’s initial Web post when the boil water notice was …

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Update 9 a.m. Tuesday September 4: CCWD is in the process of performing state-mandated water testing. If all goes well, the boil water notice could be lifted by Wednesday afternoon. Updates will be posted once new information is available. A boil water notice was issued to 48 customers in Sheep Ranch Saturday, due to a …

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Update 9 a.m. Tuesday September 4: CCWD is continuing to perform state-mandated water testing. If all goes well, the boil water notice could be lifted this afternoon. More information will be posted once it becomes available. Update Saturday September 1: CCWD is continuing to perform state-mandated testing. The boil order is expected to remain in place …

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Copper Cove Drive Leak Repair

A planned water leak repair was completed without complications Wednesday evening in Copperopolis (see initial post here). The repair was needed to fix a leak in a main water transmission line that runs under Copper Cove Drive and had created a wet spot in the area. Calaveras County Water District crews turned off water service …

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Area where CCWD crews will make a planned leak repair on August 22.

Calaveras County Water District crews are planning to repair a leak in a main water line on Copper Cove Drive at 9 p.m. Wednesday August 22, which will cause about 380 customers to experience a water outage for up to five hours. The District has scheduled a nighttime repair to minimize impacts on local businesses …

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Hunter Dam Fire

Late Monday afternoon, the Hunter Dam Fire burned within 50 feet of the Calaveras County Water District’s Hunter’s Water Treatment Plant facility in Avery, which provides water service to more than 6,000 customers who live along the upper Highway 4 Corridor. CCWD is grateful to emergency responders who quickly doused the fire before it damaged the …

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Smoke from the Waverly Fire near Milton.

Firefighters pumped thousands of gallons of water from CCWD hydrants in Jenny Lind to supply apparatus fighting the fast-moving Waverly Fire, which burned 12,300 acres between June 29 and July 2 2018. For information on the Waverly Fire, click here. Or visit the Cal Fire incident page here. When firefighters draw water from hydrants to fight …

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CCWD holds a town hall meeting in West Point.

CCWD held a town hall meeting in West Point at 6 p.m. Monday April 16 to discuss proposed water and sewer rate changes. District General Manager, Dave Eggerton, opened the meeting with a 30-minute presentation that gave an overview of CCWD’s infrastructure in the West Point/Wilseyville area. Joel Metzger, manager of external affairs, provided an …

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Dave Eggerton speaks to attendees at the Copperopolis town hall meeting.

More than 50 people attended a town hall meeting in Copperopolis Thursday April 5 to discuss water and sewer rate changes being proposed by CCWD. The meeting kicked off at 6 p.m. with a 45-minute presentation from the District’s General Manager, Dave Eggerton, which provided an overview of CCWD and the proposed rate adjustments. This …

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