The Water Awareness Youth Art Contest entries are in! View all entries and select your favorite 12 for inclusion in our 2020 CCWD Calendar.
Senior Customer Service Representative, Chuck Gehrke, was awarded Employee of the Quarter! He's a long tenured employee who provides unmatched customer service when interacting face-to-face with treated water customers. Way to go, Chuck!
We're more than halfway through this year's wellness incentive program where you can track points and win gift cards! How are you doing so far? The goal of the program is to encourage healthy living in ways that work for you. Check out how to earn points!
ICMA-RC is our Deferred Compensation Provider, and they offer one-on-one meetings to review your investment options and financial planning assistance. If you're looking for easier access to your retirement plan account, download the newly updated app!
Learn about the joys of hiking, 5 exercise errors to avoid, and how to plan an unplugged vacation.
“Nutria pose a unique threat here in this state,” said Peter Tira, CDFW public information officer. “They dig these destructive burrows into levees and dams and canals, which has the potential to weaken the state’s entire water structure.”
Glyphosate is being banned immediately in picnic areas in the East Bay Regional Park District, district officials said Wednesday. The resolution also calls for the complete elimination of glyphosate from all developed park areas by the end of 2020.
If PG&E has to shut off power in the East Bay to prevent wildfires from igniting and burning homes, residents will be strongly urged to severely reduce their water use during the emergency.
Water and wastewater utilities provide critical lifeline services to their communities and their regions. To support the sector in its cybersecurity goals, the Water Information Sharing and Analysis Center has just published a newly updated resource...
Update 2018 presents a vision for greater collaboration and alignment among water sectors and institutions, sound strategies, and long-term investments needed for the sustainable management of the California’s water supply.
The Bureau of Reclamation released a draft environmental impact statement analyzing potential effects associated with long-term water operations for the Central Valley Project and State Water Project.
Utilities, including several in the Bay Area, simply don’t have the backup power to replace the electricity that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. normally provides for water delivery and sewage treatment.
As the 2018-19 water year came to a close Sunday, record-setting snowpack in the Sierras and above-average rain means several reservoirs are near full capacity heading into the dry summer months. Here’s a look at the past 12 months of California water.
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