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Mission Statement

To provide a service for the collection and treatment of wastewater in the most efficient, economical and safest manner possible.  The District believes protecting public health and the environment is parmount in the processing of wastewater. Therefore, the District's resources will be managed in the most effective means to achieve this objective.

 


Sewer Emergency? Sewer backups and overflows can cause serious health hazards, threaten the environment, as well as cause severe damage to home interiors.

 



South Davis Sewer District customers can setup ACH Drect Deposit or Direct Pay. Click here to learn more. 

 



DID YOU KNOW? “Flushable Wipes” are a leading cause of sewer backups in our community. Learn more about what not to flush and avoid clogs. 

 


South Davis Sewer District alarms are currently not available.  Please check back with us in the future to see if we have more. 

 



Want information about our Specs and Standards.  Learn more about our schedule, design, construction, and uses. 

 



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South Davis Sewer District

In 1959, the South Davis Sewer District was organized by Davis County as an independent special district to service and provide wastewater services to the south half of Davis County; consisting of Bountiful, Centerville, North Salt Lake, West Bountiful, Woods Cross, and the unincorporated areas south of Lund Lane.  A seven-member Board of Trustees governs the District.

The District currently serves a total population of approximately 90,000 with two treatment plants: The North Plant is located at 1800 West 1200 North in West Bountiful, and the South Plant located at 1380 West Center Street in North Salt Lake.  The North Plant can treat up to 12 million gallons per day (MGD) of wastewater per day, and the South Plant can treat up to 4 million gallons of wastewater per day.  In addition to the treatment plants, the District owns and operates a collection system made up of 370 miles of sewer lines, 8,565 manholes and 10 lift stations.