Sacramento County is consistently ranked among California’s
fastest growing counties. Such dynamic growth requires
significant foresight and action on the part of agencies
that construct, maintain, and plan for the infrastructure
needed to accommodate this growth.
The Interceptor Sequencing Study (ISS) provides a high-level
evaluation of interceptor alternatives and identifies interceptor
alignment corridors, as well as anticipated capacity needs and
interceptor pipe sizes. Development within the Sacramento Area
Sewer District (SASD) service area will need to be coordinated
with both Regional San and SASD. SASD’s long-term planning
document is known as the Sewer System Capacity Plan (SCP), which
can be found here.
The ISS and SCP work together to lay out future sewer conveyance
needs for the SASD service area. Amended portions of the
SCP supersede the information in the ISS. Contact
Development Services with any questions.
To help educate customers about why effective wastewater
management is critical in helping protect the world around us,
this video covers the history of wastewater management, our
wastewater system, and the treatment process our wastewater goes
through before it is safely released back to the Sacramento
Regional San is proud to present a 25-minute video, Focus Factor:
Wastewater Treatment, designed to help educate elementary-aged
children about where “used” water – or wastewater – goes after it
leaves their home.
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