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Rippon Road Water Shutdown

About 20 customers on Rippon Road in Rancho Calaveras will have their water service interrupted from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday May 20. This service interruption is necessary to allow CCWD crews to remove a fire hydrant that will be replaced at a later date. Note: Discolored water is a common occurrence after pipeline …

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The Calaveras County Water District asks residents of Jenny Lind, Rancho Calaveras, La Contenta and Gold Creek to use water sparingly between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday April 3. The District is upgrading its water treatment plant in Valley Springs (learn more here), and the plant will be offline for part of the day …

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A notice that there will be a planned water outage

The Calaveras County Water District will shut down water service to a portion of Dunn Road in Rancho Calaveras from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday February 21 in order to install two new mainline water valves. About 22 customers are expected to experience an interruption of their water service during the construction. The District’s …

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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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On Tuesday November 21, the CCWD Board of Directors awarded a $3.4 million contract to R.E. Smith Construction of Newcastle to build the Jenny Lind Water Plant Pretreatment Project, which will help ensure safe, reliable water service to more than 10,000 people living in the greater Valley Springs area. In 2015, the devastating Butte Fire …

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Due to diverse topography in Calaveras County, the Calaveras County Water District’s water distribution system operates at a wide variety of water pressures. While the District strives to maintain pressures between 30 and 80 psi throughout its water systems, pressures in some areas are in excess of 150 psi. To avoid potential water pressure damage …

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Calaveras County Water District crews will begin replacing a large section of aging water pipeline on Ormes Court from its intersection with Siegle Street to the road’s western end this week, which will cause minor traffic delays in the area through the middle of August. This project is part of the District’s commitment to replace …

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Thousands of feet of aging water distribution pipeline will be replaced this summer as part of a construction project the Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) is launching in Rancho Calaveras. All construction work is being performed in-house by CCWD construction and distribution crews. The first phase of the project is on Harper Street, where crews …

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After nearly three months of work, Calaveras County Water District distribution crews have finished flushing the entire water system serving the greater Valley Springs area. Over the course of the effort, CCWD crews used 174 hydrants to flush more than 400,000 feet of pipe, or about 78 miles. The District thanks customers for their patience and …

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Proposed flushing schedule for the week of April 17 (this schedule is subject to change): From Kirby Street heading south in Rancho Calaveras Mother Lode Acres Town of Jenny Lind General Flushing information The Calaveras County Water District is in the process of flushing its entire water distribution system in the greater Valley Springs area. …

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