A planned overnight water shutdown is expected to impact service to much of the Arnold area from 9 p.m. Wednesday November 9 to 7 a.m. Thursday November 10. Customers who live on the lower portions of the system may experience no impacts, while those living on the higher portions of the system may experience little to no water pressure. For details on this planned water shutdown, click here.
Additional construction updates
Tuesday November 1: Construction crews will be flushing lines on Blagen Road. Residents will see construction vehicles in the area and flushed water running down the roadway.
Wednesday and Thursday November 2-3: Crews will be collecting water samples along Blagen Road, which will cause little-to-no impacts to traffic.
Friday November 4: Construction crews will be continue work on a creek crossing near Black Bear Inn on Oak Circle. This will involve heavy construction equipment for a day.
Monday November 7: Temporary patches will be removed and paving will be done in the area of the Rusty Knife and Sierra Nevada Adventure Company, which will cause minor traffic delays for part of the day. Paving will also be done on Cedar Street (the southwest entrance to the Meadowmont Shopping Center), and the shopping center entrance will be closed during paving operations. Construction crews will also be working behind the Moose Lodge.
Monday November 7 to Friday November 18: Crews will be trenching from the southwest end of the old Meadowmont Golf Course to the Meadowmont Shopping Center. The trench will cross the entryway to Snowshoe Brewery and the northeast entrance to the Meadowmont Shopping Center, both of which will cause traffic delays for a day or two.
Those with questions or concerns about the project, may call CCWD at (209) 754-3543 or email email@example.com.
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