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IMPORTANT COVID-19 NOTICES:
Our physical office is closed.
To get in touch with us please call (408) 253-7071 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know you’re working hard to keep yourselves healthy during COVID19 Shelter-in-Place. Help us keep our sewers healthy as well. Remember to never flush wipes, paper towels, or tissues because they clog our pump stations and the pipes! The District has 17 pump stations and it has become a major maintenance issue, resulting in significant cost increases (see photo to the right).
With the shortage of toilet paper, wipes are being used. Just remember: Save your pipes! No matter what the label says, don’t flush them – instead trash them.
Below are links to recent CA media coverage related to COVID-19 and impacts on the wastewater system:
If you have any questions, please contact us at (408) 477-7300.
In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation and under guidance from local, state and federal authorities, we will be closing our physical office, beginning Tues, March 17, 2020 while continuing to provide limited service to our customers.
We will continue to provide 24/7 service for sewer backups and other sewer related emergencies. If you have a sewer backup please call County Communications at (408) 299-2507 and an inspector will respond within 2 hours.
Our office staff will continue to work from home as much as possible and provide service to our customers via phone and email. Please visit our Contact page to reach us via email or phone.
Over-the-counter permits and all construction related inspections are on hold until further notice.
The safety of our customers, employees and families remains our number one priority. We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this uneasy time.
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.
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 . . .
New Rates, Effective July 1, 2020:
On May 20, 2020 the Board conducted a public hearing on consideration to increase sewer service rates. Prior to the hearing, a notice of the public hearing was mailed out to all property owners and a legal ad was published in both the Cupertino Courier and Saratoga News. The Board received thirteen written protests, and Ordinance No. 126, Relating to Sewer Service Charges was approved by the Board on May 20, 2020. New sewer service rates will take effect on July 1, 2020. Click here for the full text of the ordinance.