One of the 6 new fire hydrants on Buckhorn Ridge, part of a water main improvement project in Pioneer. The project connects the water tank on Deadwood Court to homes on Carson Drive. It will increase fire hydrant flows and help eliminate periods of low water pressure in homes and at Pioneer Elementary School during use of the hydrants. The construction is fully paid for by a Community Development Block Grant to Amador County. Amador County Supervisors partnered with AWA in receiving a $1.42 million grant to upgrade water mains in the area, improving water pressure for homes, correcting a health hazard, and increasing water supply for fire fighting.
Posted on 06 May 2021
Notice of Public Hearing For Update of 2020 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) & Water Shortage Contingency Plan (WSCP)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Amador Water Agency will hold a public hearing at its regular board meeting...
Posted on 05 Mar 2020
Posted on 30 Apr 2018
For immediate release: 4/30/18 Contact: Gene Mancebo, General Manager Amador Water Agency, 209-223-3018 PHOTO ATTACHED: The Mokelumne River....