Sanitary Sewer Management Program

There are approximately 104 miles of sanitary sewer and 2,300 structures, including 7 lift stations. Each asset is routinely inspected, evaluated, and placed into a renewal and replacement program to ensure the City can provide reliable services in the future. Check the links in the list below for more details.
    1. Sanitary Sewer Management PlanAdobe PDF
    2. Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs)
    3. Fat, Oil and Grease Program
    4. Sewer Collection Rates
    5. Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Report Sanitary Sewer Spills and Illegal Dumping
FLows to BayTo report sanitary sewer spills and illegal dumping to the street, waterways, or the storm drain system, please call one of the following:

(831) 646-3921 (during business hours)
(831) 646-3914 (during after hours)
911 (county-wide, anytime)

Dumping any pollutants or trash into the gutter, catch basin or the storm drain system is ILLEGAL. Please report sanitary sewer spills and any dumping to the City. Local ordinances limit storm water flows to clean rain water and non-polluted incidental flows like groundwater. Please do your part to protect local waterways!

Public Reports of City Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) may be found in the SWRCB California Integrated Water Quality System Project (CIWQS) database, available here: www.waterboards.ca.gov/ciwqs/publicreports.shtml