CCWD General Manager Testifies before Little Hoover Commission

Calaveras County Water District General Manager, Dave Eggerton, was honored to provide testimony before the Little Hoover Commission today in Sacramento. His comments were focused on the impacts of poor forest management and unhealthy forests on water supply quantity and quality within Calaveras County and the greater Sierra Nevada region. Click here to see the full agenda for…

CCWD PIO Interviewed on “Mondo Calaveras”

The Calaveras County Water District’s Public Information Officer, Joel Metzger, was recently interviewed on “Mondo Calaveras”, which is a regular show on Calaveras Community Television hosted by Mike Taylor. Metzger gave an overview of CCWD’s water and wastewater systems, discussed strict state regulations governing the treatment of water and wastewater, explored the idea of direct…

Planned Overnight Water Shutdown in Arnold November 9 and 10

A planned overnight water shutdown may impact service to businesses and residences in the Arnold area on Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Water service will be turned off at 9 p.m. Wednesday November 9. Water service will be turned back on by 7 a.m. Thursday November 10. In order to help maintain water pressure in the…

CCWD Board Passes Stage 2.5 Water Conservation Measures

The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously approved Stage 2.5 Water Conservation Measures at its regular meeting Wednesday, October 14. These measures provide customers with additional watering flexibility as winter approaches, days are shorter and temperatures cooler. The District also recognized the incredible water conservation customers achieved between June and September, using an…

CCWD Talks Water Conservation with Valley Springs Area Business Association

The Valley Springs Area Business Association invited the Calaveras County Water District to be the guest speaker at its meeting on Wednesday August 20 at the La Contenta Golf Course Clubhouse just outside Valley Springs. CCWD Customer Relations Manager and Public Information Officer Joel Metzger gave a 20-minute presentation that focused on watersheds in Calaveras, the…

Act Now! Statewide Turf and Toilet Rebate Program now Available

In response to California’s continuing drought and the Governor’s April 1 Executive Order mandating a 25-percent reduction in water use throughout California, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) on August 12 launched new residential water efficiency rebate programs covering single-family turf removal and toilet replacement. A program website has been established at SaveOurWaterRebates.com for program…