Sanitary Sewer

The District's sanitary sewer system is a complex network that transports and treats wastewater before it is released back into the environment.

Everything you put down the drain or toilet has to go somewhere. Whether you're flushing the toilet, washing clothes, having a shower, or washing the dishes, we send a significant amount of water down the drains in our households each day.

The water and other materials that go down the pipes are processed and then released back into the environment. Sinks and toilets are not intended to be disposal systems for garbage or chemicals.

Unflushables


Property owners are responsible for keeping water, sewer, and storm systems on their property working properly.