No Harmful Algal Blooms Found in CCWD Drinking Water Supply Testing

Over the past few months, harmful algal blooms (HABs) have been identified in Calaveras County and throughout California by the State Water Resources Control Board, including in New Melones and New Hogan reservoirs (click here for more information). In light of these concerns, the Calaveras County Water District collected water samples in all rivers, lakes…

Lake Tulloch Area Sewer Facilities Upgrades: October 23 Project Update

The Calaveras County Water District is in the design process of a project that will replace and upgrade sewer infrastructure in communities around Lake Tulloch in Copperopolis. For details about this project, click here. The District is committed to keeping the communities in and around the project area updated on planning and construction activities, and regular…

CCWD Awards Design Contract for Lake Tulloch-Area Sewer System Upgrades

At its August 9 meeting, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously approved a contract for design and engineering services to replace and upgrade sewer infrastructure in communities around Lake Tulloch in Copperopolis. “It’s great to see projects moving forward and being able to solve problems that could in time threaten the public’s…

Funds sought for new Tulloch intake

Funds sought for new Tulloch intake Article Provided by Calaveras Enterprise [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Calaveras County Water District board of directors Wednesday approved a declaration of emergency to clear the way for a $1.6 million project that will build a new, more drought-resistant water intake in Tulloch Reservoir. The intake serves 2,500 customers in the Copperopolis area.…

CCWD Adds Tap Restrictions

CCWD Adds Tap Restrictions Article Provided by My Motherlode News [dropcap]S[/dropcap]an Andreas, CA — The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) board approved stronger tap restrictions on customers, but stopped short of ordering no outside watering. At its Wednesday meeting, the board voted to implement what it is calling Stage 3.5 Water Conservation Mandatory Measures.  CCWD spokesperson…