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Area where CCWD crews will make a planned leak repair on August 22.

Calaveras County Water District crews are planning to repair a leak in a main water line on Copper Cove Drive at 9 p.m. Wednesday August 22, which will cause about 380 customers to experience a water outage for up to five hours. The District has scheduled a nighttime repair to minimize impacts on local businesses …

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Update 9:30 p.m. Wednesday: CCWD crews have completed the repair of the leak on Dunn Road, flushed the system and water service has been restored to impacted customers. Some customers in the area may experience discolored water, which is common after construction work such as this. Even though CCWD crews flushed the system using hydrants …

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After a planned overnight shutdown that was part of CCWD’s $5.4 million Reach 3A Pipeline Replacement Project, water service was restored to the town of Arnold by 3 a.m. this morning – four hours ahead of schedule. Discolored water alert: Customers in Arnold should keep an eye out for discolored water today. Due to State-mandated …

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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 …

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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 …

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About 10 CCWD customers on D Street in White Pines will have their water service impacted from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday October 10. This planned shutdown is due to Reach 3A Pipeline Replacement Project construction work. The District notified customers of this water shutdown last week by placing signs in the area and hanging …

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