Trees and water are both precious resources. Trees make our houses feel like home–they also improve property values, clean our water and air, and even make our streets safer and quieter. When we water wisely and maintain our trees carefully, we enjoy a wide range of benefits at a low cost and with little effort.
Take a look at this info graphic prepared by the California Urban Forests Council to learn how to help your trees survive this fourth year of extreme drought.
And please keep in mind that CCWD is allowing customers to water trees, shrubs, vegetables gardens and drought-tolerant landscaping that is being established three days a week instead of two (the third day is discretionary). Turf and other annual ornamental landscaping is still limited to two days per week.
- Tuesdays and Saturdays – odd-numbered addresses
- Wednesdays and Sundays – even-numbered addresses
Recent CCWD News
- Calaveras Conserves | July 22 Press Release July 23, 2021
- CCWD Regular Board Meeting July 14, 2021 July 14, 2021
- Severe Drought and Water Conservation Update July 9, 2021
- Ebbetts Pass Community Town Hall Meeting July 8, 2021
- CCWD Celebrates Independence Day with the Community July 7, 2021