As a primary part of the District’s preventive maintenance plan, a high velocity pipeline cleaning program is used to maintain 190 miles of wastewater lines.
The District uses CCTV pipeline inspection as its primary source of information about the existing wastewater collection system.
District customers frequently call when they have problems with their sanitary sewer. All calls are investigated promptly.
The purpose of the FOG Management Program is to establish uniform permitting, maintenance and monitoring requirements for controlling the discharge of fat, oil, & grease from food service facilities discharging into the wastewater collection system. Learn More...
The District is currently responsible for approximately 4,720 manholes and inspects each manhole on an annual basis.
The District maintains and operates sixteen (16) pump stations. These pump stations range in size from lift stations serving small apartment complexes to larger regional size pump stations that may serve several neighborhoods or drainage basins.
The District’s flow monitoring program consists of four flow logging sites of state-of-the-art, Marsh McBirney Fl o-Dar flow monitoring equipment near current areas of concern of the District’s wastewater collection system. These units are located in manholes and are easily maintainable by crews without having to enter the manholes.