Mission Statement

Clear Creek Community Services District's commitment to our customers is the dependable delivery of high quality water, while maintaining superior customer service at an affordable price. We pride ourselves on our fiscal responsibility and good stewardship of the water supply. We, too, are proud, active members of the Greater Happy Valley Community.



Interested persons are hereby notified that pursuant to Government Code §1780 there is a vacancy on the Clear Creek Community Services District Board of Directors.


Appointee must be able to run for re-election in the 2022 Shasta County General Election on November 8th, 2022

Appointee must own property/live in the District.

Applications are available at the Clear Creek Community Services District office located at:

5880 Oak Street, Anderson, Ca 96007 and Application

Phone: 530.357.2121 – FAX: 530.357.3723 – Email:

Applications are due by 4:00 pm June 10th, 2021

Appointment will be made at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors on June 16, 2021.

The Board of Directors has 60 days from the date the board is notified of the vacancy or the effective date of the vacancy, whichever date is later, to fill the vacancy by appointment or call a special election. Government code §1780.

Pursuant to Government Code §1780, this notice will be posted for 15 days in three (3) or more conspicuous locations in the District from May 24, 2021 to June 10th, 2021.











Reclamation recently announced NEW allocation restrictions reducing our original allocation of 1,898 A.F. to 425 A.F. Of that allocation we have already used more than 153 A.F. (as of 6/9/2021) that leaves us with 272 A.F. for the entire year.





Reclamation announced the water allocations for this coming water year (March 2021, February 2022. WE ARE IN A DROUGHT

  • Agricultural water supplies are allocated 0% of our contract supply.
  • M&I water users are allocated 25% of our contract supply.

In hard numbers here's what we are dealing with currently:

The M&I total water allocation (as of 6/1/2021) is 425 A.F. for the year.

The Ag total water allocation (as of 6/1/2021) is 0 A.F. for the year.

Total allowable use for the CCCSD customer base: 425 A.F for the year.

These reductions are critical for the CCCSD end users. The allocation will not improve for this water year. Reclamation can impose even tighter restrictions depending on current and predicted conditions/supplies. We will keep you posted as information becomes available to us.



The account inquiry feature is new to Clear Creek C.S.D. customers and is provided free of charge. To access this new feature, click here to go to the login screen.

  • You will need your book number (located on your bill or contact the office).
  • You will need your account number (located on your bill or contact the office)
  • You will need your pin number. If we have your phone number on file we have used the last four digits of your phone number. Customers without a phone number will need to contact the office for their assigned number.
  • Once logged in you have the option of viewing your current bill and printing it if needed. You may also view your past usage history and view a bar chart of last years use Vs. this years use.
  • You will also have the OPTION of paying your bill using this on-line service. What is NOT provided free of charge is the bill pay service. Our financial institution will charge $3.95 per transaction for this service.

CCCSD Board Meetings are typically held the third Wednesday of each month.

Conservation Tips

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For the latest information on the COVID-19 in Shatsa County follow this link to for daily updates.

Clear Creek C.S.D. Ongoing Operations and Response to the Coronavirus.

Water systems are identified as one of 16 critical infrastructure sectors vital to the United States. To ensure high-quality tap water, Clear Creek C.S.D. disinfects the water before it enters our system - this water treatment process removes and kills viruses, including Coronaviruses such as COVID-19, as well as other pathogens. In addition, Clear Creek C.S.D. conducts hundreds of routine water quality tests annually; these analyses are performed by highly-skilled staff both on-site and in State-certified laboratories.

Clear Creek C.S.D. Acts to Protect Public Health Amid COVID-19

As an essential public service provider, Clear Creek C.S.D. has implemented operational continuity plans in response to the COVID-19 situation to protect the health and well-being of its customers, employees, and the community, by taking the following actions until further notice:

  • Closing our Customer Service lobby to all non-essential visitors and vendors and strongly encouraging the public to interact with us online, or by phone or email. Payments can be made by calling 530-357-2121, online at
  • or by dropping at the drop box, near the flagpole. Our business hours continue to be Mondays-Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until further notice.
  • We will be using teleconference technology to conduct all Board meetings, with our next meeting taking place in April. The public is welcome to participate from their own location by following the teleconferencing notification and instructions that will be provided later.; and,
  • While the Clear Creek C.S.D. is a very small organization with 11 employees, all which play a vital role, we are continuing to facilitate “social distancing” to protect our workforce and the general public.

During these challenging and unprecedented times, the Clear Creek C.S.D. remains resilient as we do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19. With the fluid and rapidly evolving situation, we continue to monitor developments and will adjust as needed to ensure the health and safety of our customers, employees, and the community.




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California Drought Continues

May 13, 2021

In late May the United States Bureau of Reclamation announced more water supply cutbacks. The CCCSD has been allocated 0% of supply for agriculture based on 2019 (last whole water year) and 25% of supply for domestic use. Total allocation: 425 acre feet  for the year.

Normal (average) use is approximately 5,200 acre feet a year. The weather is warming up along with increased flows into the District. PLEASE conserve your water. It's going to be a tough year but together we can all make a difference. Conserve this valuable resource!

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