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 in West Point to conserve water. Thanks to the community for doing such a great job conserving!
Original post: CCWD continues to urge residents in Copperopolis and West Point to conserve water. Even if power is restored to your home, please do not start using water normally until CCWD sends out an update letting you know the water conservation request has been lifted. We are grateful to customers across Calaveras County for conserving water during PG&E’s power shutdown and helping keep our water and sewer systems operational. We are hopeful that PG&E will restore power to the rest of the county by the end of the day.
We will post an update as soon as new information is available. If you have questions or concerns, please contact CCWD Customer Service at (209) 754-3543 or email@example.com.
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