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Richard K. Tanaka,
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Benjamin Porter,
Deputy District Manager

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Office Hours:
M-F, 8am-5pm

Permits Counter:
M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Closed for Lunch:
12pm-12:30pm

After Hours & Weekends
Emergency Response Call:

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Cupertino Sanitary District
Cupertino Sanitary District

Cupertino Sanitary District provides sewer service to over 23,000 customers within the communities of Cupertino, portions of Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Los Altos and unincorporated areas within Santa Clara County.

Our Mission

To protect the public health and environment. To provide for safe and cost-efficient collection of sewage waste within Cupertino Sanitary District. To provide for effective conveyance to the Treatment Plant.
 


Sewer backing up? CALL US FIRST . . .  

(408) 253 7071 M-F, 8am-5pm

or (408) 299-2507, After Hours

We will respond to sewer backup calls 24/7.
Do NOT send an email for sewer backups.


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APPROVED ORDINANCE NO. 123 - NEW FEES EFFECTIVE 12/18/2018 - On December 5, 2018, the District held a public hearing on Proposed Fees and Charges Increase. There were no comments or protests from the public and the Board approved Ordinance No. 123, Amending Chapter VII, “Permits, Fees, and Service Charges” of the Cupertino Sanitary District Operations Code Relating To Permits and Fee Charges.  

Ordinance 123 amends Chapter VII of the Cupertino Sanitary District Operations Code increasing permit fees, sewer service connection charges, wastewater treatment plant capacity fees, and pump station zone fees for all residential, commercial, and industrial users in the District.
 

WHEREAS, District has completed an analysis of the permits, connection, and treatment plant capacity fees it imposes and has produced a study titled, “District Connection and Capacity Fees Study” dated November 1, 2018; and
 

WHEREAS, the Board desires to add new system connection fees, treatment plant capacity fees, and pump zone fee based on the Fee Study; and
 

WHEREAS, this ordinance provides for four separate fee categories; Article 1 covers Administrative Connection and Disconnection Fees, Article 2 covers System Connection Fees, Article 3 covers Treatment Plant Capacity Fees, and Article 4 covers Pump Zone Fee.
 

PASSED AND ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the Sanitary Board of the Cupertino Sanitary District held on the 5th day of December 2018 by the following vote:
 

AYES: Directors Kwok, Bosworth, Chen, Saadati, and Gatto

NOES: None
 

A certified copy of the full text of this Ordinance shall be posted in the office of the District Clerk at 20863 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Suite 100, Cupertino, CA 95014, and on this website, click here.


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Before You Dig...

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    20863 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Suite 100
    Cupertino, CA 95014
    Phone: (408) 253-7071
    Fax: (408) 253-5173

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