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Two Water Infrastructure Projects in Los Altos Complete

Cal Water recently completed two infrastructure improvement projects in Los Altos Hills that improve water supply reliability and fire protection for local customers. The first was the replacement of an aging water storage tank, and the second was the installation of more than 4,500 feet of new water main. The new, 125,500-gallon, steel storage tank—which…

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Main Replacement Project in Oroville Complete

Residents in Oroville are now benefiting from increased water flow, enhanced firefighting capabilities, and improved water supply reliability of the water system, as Cal Water has completed a water infrastructure improvement project in the city. With this project, Cal Water replaced 1,810 feet of aging water main along Baggett Marysville Road, Parks Street, Rose Street,…

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Cal Water Celebrates Water Awareness Month With Festival

Cal Water’s Selma District hosted a Water Awareness Festival this week, where more than 200 customers came to Lincoln Park Plaza to learn about their water system and enjoy afternoon festivities. Selma City Councilmembers Scott Robertson and Louis Franco, City Manager David Elias, Chief of Police Greg Garner, Fire Chief Mike Cain, City Clerk Reyna…

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Rob Thompson Local Manager for Marysville District

Cal Water has selected Robert (Rob) Thompson as the new Local Manager to lead its Marysville District. Thompson started in this role this week. Lee Seidel, who had been the Marysville District Manager since the 1980s, retired at the end of 2016; Rosanna Marino, Cal Water Assistant District Manager in Chico, led the district in…

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Water Efficiency and Conservation Award Presented

For its contributions to Kern County in 2016, Cal Water has won the 2017 Kern Green Award for water efficiency and conservation. Cal Water took home the honor based on water conservation programs implemented in the utility’s Bakersfield and Kern River Valley districts in 2016; the programs saved approximately 21.7 million gallons (MG) of water…

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Infrastructure Upgrade to Begin in the Town of Woodside

Cal Water will begin an infrastructure improvement project on May 15 to replace aging water storage and booster pump facilities at its station located at 503 Old La Honda Road. The upgrade will improve water supply reliability, increase storage in the event of an emergency, and better support peak demand in the town of Woodside.…

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Emergency Water Utility Support to Sunnyvale Residents

As the City of Sunnyvale (City) prepares for an expected work stoppage on Monday, May 1, the City has engaged neighboring water utility Cal Water to ensure that residents served by the City will not be impacted by any water-related emergencies during the labor dispute. As water utility service is considered a critical service, the…

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Visalia Main Replacement Completed Ahead of Schedule

Cal Water has completed four infrastructure improvement projects that replaced a total of 13,285 feet of aging water main in the Fairview area. The projects were part of Cal Water’s Visalia District main replacement program, which was dedicated to increasing water flow and pressure, enhancing fire-fighting capabilities, and improving the overall water supply reliability of…

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Main Replacement Project in Redwood City

A Cal Water main installation project in Redwood City is underway to replace nearly 6,000 feet of water mains along Rutherford and Alexander Avenues. The new water mains will prevent leaks, augment water flow, and enhance fire protection, while improving the overall water reliability of the system in the utility’s Bear Gulch District. Crews will…

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Ross Moilan Named as District Manager for Bayshore

Cal Water announced today that Ross Moilan has been selected as the District Manager of the utility’s Bayshore operations. Moilan has been with Cal Water for more than 20 years and has extensive hands-on knowledge of district operations and water systems. Moilan started his Cal Water career in the company’s Rancho Dominguez District in 1996…

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