Find out what the current drought restrictions are.
In a time of unprecedented drought, every water purveyor in Calaveras County came together to form Calaveras Conserves.
Our mission is to work collaboratively toward mutually beneficial goals for the good of our community at large.
Valley Springs Public Utility District
The Valley Springs Sanitary District was formed in February of 1940. At the time the system consisted of a drainage ditch to carry liquides away from town. In 1948 Valley Springs Public Utility District was formed. Within a few years VSPUD brought the entire water works from the Pattee family and formed a fire department. VSPUD and Valley Springs Sanitary District merged together just a few years ago. VSPUD has currently adopted Drought Oridinance No. 2015-1. Please visit their website www.vspud.com for more information regarding drought restrictions.
Union Public Utility District
The Union Public Utility District (UPUD) was formed on July 26, 1946 as an independent special district. he District was formed to provide agricultural and domestic water services. PG&E provided water to the UPUD service area until 1961 when UPUD acquired its water supply and distribution system from the Calaveras Water Users Association. UPUD is currently in Drought Stage II with a mandatory 25% reduction. Please visit their page for more information regarding drought restrictions.
Calaveras County Water District
The District includes all of Calaveras County in the Central Sierra Nevada foothills in the northeastern portion of the State. The District boundaries encompass approximately 640,000 acres of land ranging from the San Joaquin Valley to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) is currently in Stage 2.5 Mandatory Conservation Measures. Please visit their page or www.ccwd.org for more information regarding restrictions.
Calaveras Public Utility District
The Calaveras Public Utility District was established in 1943 as a publicly owned utility to provide water to San Andreas, Mokelumne Hill and outlying areas. CPUD is governed by an elected five member Board currently consisting of President David J. Ortegel, Charlie Moore, John Lavaroni, Bob Jaich and Clifford Overmier. CPUD is currently on Stage 2 Mandatory Water Conservation. Please visit their page or www.cpud.org for more information.
Blue Lake Springs Mutual Water Company
Established in 1962, Blue Lake Springs Mutual Water Company was created to provide an adequate supply of good quality water for domestic use at a reasonable cost to the Blue Lake Springs Development located in Arnold, CA. BLSMWC is currently in Drought Stage 3 - mandatory 35% reduction and outside watering suspended. Please visit their website www.blsmwc.com for more information regarding drought restrictions.
City of Angels Camp
The City of Angels Camp, CA, home of the Jumping Frog as well as the Base Camp for Mountain Sports in the Sierras. Located at the juncture of Highways 4 and 49, this historic town has plenty to offer residents, visitors, and those just passing through. More information about City of Angels drought restrictions can be found on their page or visit www.angelscamp.gov.
Utica Water and Power Authority
Established in 1852 Utica Water and Power Authority is committed to perserving and protecting the water of the Sierra Foothills for the vested interest of the communities in East Calaveras County by promoting collaborative efforts between its two member entities, UPUD (Union Public Utility District) and the City of Angels. UWPA provides water to UPUD and the City of Angels. Please visit their websites for conservation restrictions. wer Authority provides water to the Union Public Utility District and the City of Angels.
Please visit their websites for conservation restrictions.