On Veterans Day, Monday, November 11, we honor those who served. A special thank you to the CCWD employees - we salute you.
This year's Tarantula Run on October 12 was a great opportunity for some CCWD employees to traverse the hills at Los Vaqueros.
Mild weather, still waters and great fishing at the Los Vaqueros Marina welcomed 19 students with special needs and their families to the District’s annual Catch a Special Thrill Fishing Day (C.A.S.T) for a day of fishing and friendship on October 5.
A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is a pre-tax benefit account used to pay for eligible medical, dental, and vision care expenses that aren’t covered by your insurance plan or elsewhere. It’s a smart, simple way to save money while staying healthy.
Contest winners were recognized at our Board Meeting on 10/16. Thank you to everyone who participated and voted!
The food was fantastic, the company and the comradery was even better, but most importantly, the celebration of safety was sweet as can be! This year the pair of fairs continued the trend of recent years with strong attendance and participation.
We are saddened to announce the passing of retiree Terrence Cox on September 25. He was 84.
Terry retired from Contra Costa Water District in December of 1996 after more than seven years as the District’s first full-time watershed manager. In thi...
We are saddened to report that retiree Joseph McFarlan passed away on September 28, 2019, at the age of 92.
Joe retired from the District more than 30 years ago, in June 1988. He joined the District in June 1972 and worked as a water tender and a pump oper...
Congratulations to Robert Stalf for being awarded Employee of the Quarter! He truly cares about the quality and success of each project for the District. Great job, Robert!
We are deeply saddened to share the news that retiree Alex Alcantara passed away on September 14.
Alex retired from the District in November 2014 after 10 years of working first as an Account Clerk III before being promoted to Senior Accountant. He brought...
Chris Dundon, our Water Efficiency Supervisor, is one of this year’s Sustainable Contra Costa Leadership in Sustainability Award recipients. He is being celebrated for his outstanding contributions and commitment to a healthy environment, econom...
Shop for workwear and promotional products that you can have embroidered with the CCWD logo. What better way to show your CCWD pride!
Leaders across the state have been taking steps to address the challenges that a more volatile climate brings to the water sector. Governor Newsom’s administration is planning to adapt all aspects of water management to the “new normal” with a portfolio.
While we await an update on the Voluntary Agreements, it’s a good time to take a closer look at the many benefits of this generational change in managing water and the future of California water policy.
California is chock full of rivers and creeks, yet the state’s network of stream gauges has significant gaps that limit real-time tracking of how much water is flowing downstream...
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