News and Project Work in Your Area
Whenever CPUD upates or repairs part of our system, we receive phonecalls from customers inquiring about the nature and duration of the work. This page provides news about upcoming activities and photos of project work through our service area. If you have a question about our activities, please email (redacted).
Emergency Line Replacement Project
9:15am - Update
Water service will remain on for the areas of Oak Street and Mariposa Street.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
The area of Sunset Street in San Andreas will be experiencing a water outage starting at 8:00am for approximately 7 hours. Notices were distributed to the affected customers on Tuesday, September 19th. Before water service is shut down please fill pitchers with water and place in the refrigerator and fill pets water dish. Turn OFF swamp coolers until water service is restored. Please call the office at (209) 754-9442 for updates and more information. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Friday, September 8, 2017
You are invited to a Neighborhood Meeting to hear about the progress of the Sunset Street line replacement project on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 8:30am being held at the area near the intersection of Mariposa Street and Sunset Street.Sunset St Meeting Memo.pdf
Monday, August 7, 2017
Calaveras Public Utility District will begin replacing a section of aging water pipeline on Sunset Street in San Andreas from the intersection of Russell Road and Mariposa Street which will cause minor traffic delays in the area through the middle of September. This project is part of the District’s efforts in committing to replace water distribution systems throughout the District.
Construction work will begin the week of August 14, 2017. Customers will be kept informed through the CPUD website at www.cpud.org.
If a planned water outage is necessary for the line replacement, notices will be placed at the affected properties.
Construction will cause minor traffic delays near the active work area, and customers may experience short water service disruptions when the new pipeline is being connected to the system. The portions of the paved roadway impacted by construction will be returned to a condition as good or better than prior to the project.
Most of the water distribution pipelines in the area are more than 40 years old and have degraded over the years and reaching the end of their useful lifespan. As the pipelines age, the risk of breaks and system leaks increase. Instead of repeatedly repairing the same section of pipeline, the CPUD Board of Directors dedicated a portion of Capital Replacement funds to the replacement of larger sections of pipeline that have frequent and costly maintenance demands.
For more information about this project, contact the District at (209) 754-9442 or email (redacted).Sunset LRP Memo.pdf