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Board of Directors

Regional San is overseen by a Board of Directors consisting of the five Sacramento County Supervisors, five city councilmembers from the City of Sacramento, two councilmembers from the City of Elk Grove, and single representatives from Yolo County and the cities of Citrus Heights, Folsom, Rancho Cordova and West Sacramento.

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Monthly Rates for Businesses

Regional San customers pay a monthly rate for wastewater conveyance and treatment services. Instead of receiving a separate bill, our monthly charge appears on customers’ sewer collection utility bill.

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Impact Fees

In order to buy into Regional San’s wastewater conveyance and treatment system, builders, developers, and industries pay impact fees to connect. The amount of fees required depends on a number of factors, including location of parcel, use of parcel, and characteristics of  wastewater being discharged. In addition, there are various programs or options available that can affect when and how payments are made for fees. See the Regional San Consolidated Ordinance for detailed information.

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Business Opportunities

Regional San employs a broad range of talented individuals and provides business opportunities for consultants and contractors.

Types of Contracting Opportunities:

Professional Services: Regional San is involved with the planning, design and construction of interceptor pipelines, pump stations and wastewater treatment plant facilities. Opportunities also exist in areas related to regulatory requirements associated with the operation of both interceptor and treatment plant facilities.

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Pretreatment Program & Wastewater Discharge Permits

Regional San’s Wastewater Source Control Section administers the Pretreatment Program and is responsible for providing regulatory oversight of sewer discharges in our service area, with an emphasis on industrial and commercial (non-residential) customers. The goal is to protect the conveyance system and the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (SRWTP) from harmful discharges, and there are many activities needed to do this, including permitting, sampling, enforcement, and oversight related to industrial discharges.

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