- WHO WE ARE
- Board of Directors
- Employment Opportunities
- Public Outreach
- Request for Proposals
- Who We Are
- SOLID WASTE
- Collection & Curbside Services
- 4R Star Business
- Bag-It Bags and Paper Garden Bags
- Bulky Goods Pick-Up
- Commercial and Business Organics and Recycling
- Construction & Demolition
- E-Waste (Electronic Waste)
- Food Scrap Recycling
- Holiday Tree Recycling
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Manufacturer's Cart Recall
- Multi-Family Recycling
- Plant Debris Landfill Ban
- Recycling Guides
- Residential Recycling
- Route Maps
- Street Cans
- Used Motor Oil & Filter Recycling
- Waste Management of Alameda County
- What Do I Do With...
- Community & Education
- The 4Rs
- Alameda County Resources
- Build Your Own Sign
- Community Group Outreach Application
- Davis Street Transfer Station Tour (DSTS)
- Donation & Supply Request Form
- Earth Day 2013
- Event Recycling
- Kids Games
- Monthly Department Updates
- School Programs
- Reduce Waste
- Collection & Curbside Services
- Call Us First
- Collection System Maintenance
- Dental Amalgam Program
- Fats, Oils, and Grease Control Program
- How to Dispose of Fats, Oils and Grease
- Kids Games
- Lateral Replacement Grant Program
- Permits and Fees
- Sanitary Sewer Management Plan
- Standard Design Criteria
- CONTACT US
Permits and Fees
Proposition 218 Notification Postcard for Residential Rates
It was brought to our attention that the rate postcard (pictured below) has an error in the rate listed per month for 2014/15. We have listed the corrected amount amount below. Click the postcard below to view a larger version.
Sewer Service Fees (excerpts from the CVSan code)
Effective July 1, 2012
|User Classification||Annual Charge|
|Residential Dwelling Unit||$260.00|
|Including condominiums, townhouses, apartments, mobile homes, secondary units.|
|Partial Dwelling Units||$260.00|
|Private, non-commercial units including garages, workshops, pool fixture unit houses and other non-habitable structures connected to the sanitary sewer not located as part of a residential complex.|
|Auto Repair Services||$916.00|
|Coin Operated Laundromats||$1,694.00|
|Eating Places - Fast Food||$3,007.00|
|Eating Places - Other||$1,366.00|
|Eating Places - Restaurant 0-50 Seats||$1,914.00|
|Eating Places - Restaurant over 50 Seats||$3,827.00|
|Eating Places - Take Out||$1,504.00|
|Fitness Centers/Health Clubs||$1,120.00|
|Limited Food Markets||$1,026.00|
|Motels/Hotels (Per Bed)||$260.00|
|Pre Schools/Daycare Facilities||$656.00|
Nursing/Care Homes (Per Bed)
|*New Connection Fees||Valid 1 year|
|Connection (does not include inspection fee) - Single Family Dwelling equivalent||$11,999.00|
|Repair Permit (valid 90 days)||$50.00|
|Abandon Permit||- no charge -|
|Addition/Relocation Permit (valid 1 year)||$265.00|
|**Special Discharge Permit||$420.00 + $4.62 per 1,000 gallons discharged|
*Plus any annexation fees.
**Special Permit Application to be submitted to the District Prior to discharge.
Note 1: Domestic strength wastewater = BOD not greater than 200 mg/l and SS not greater than 200 mg/l.
Other commercial customers with wastewater strengths greater than domestic strength will have rates determined by the following:
Rate = Cost based on flow per Ccf + cost per pound of BOD + Cost per pound of SS
Sewer Service Charge Fact Sheet
Sewer Service Rate adjustment major factors:
1. Anticipate capital improvement projects for long-term reliability of the sanitary wastewater system
The District recently completed a Wastewater Collection System Master Plan. The Plan, which is more than 300 pages of information of the hydraulic, condition, operation and maintenance assessments of the sanitary wastewater system. The Plan also includes a capital improvement program which recommends expenditures of approximately $20 million over the next 10-20 years, depending on growth within the District. The District has prioritized the projects to rehabilitate the most critical segments of the system first. The District anticipates spending $14 million in the next three (3) years.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is a Sewer Service Charge?
The purpose of the sewer service charge is to raise revenue to fund the costs for maintenance and operation and for renewal and replacement of the facilities necessary to collect, treat and dispose of wastewater generated from your home or business to ultimate deep-water discharge into San Francisco Bay.
How do I pay my Sewer Service Charge?
The District uses the Alameda County Tax Rolls as the primary method of collection of the Sanitary Sewer Service Charge on an annual basis. This line item shows up on the property owner’s property tax bill under the Special Assessments section.
How does my rate compare to other sewer service charge rates in the area?
The District has one of the lowest rates in Alameda County and lower than the average annual charge in the State of California.