Who do I contact about problems (odors, roaches/rodents infestation, sewer blockages, loose manhole cover, etc.) coming from the public sewer main?
Why is there a fee for the Consolidated Sewer Maintenance District on my property tax roll if my property is not connected to the sewers?
How do I obtain Sewer Maintenance Division index maps for the sewer in a project area? Are these available online?
Who is responsible for sewer repairs?
How do I proceed with a sewer lateral problem?
How do I obtain a sewer saddle installation permit?
What if a County tree is growing over my sewer lateral?
How do I find out where the problem is?
Sewage is backing up into my house/building through overflowing toilets, sinks, bathtubs, dishwasher, and/or washing machines. What should I do?
What is sewer annexation?
Sewer Annexation is the process of including your property into the Consolidated Sewer Maintenance District for the purpose of maintaining and repairing the public sewer system.
Why is sewer annexation needed?
Your property is served by or has access to a public sewer line. The public sewers must be properly operated and maintained to protect the health and safety of your community. The addition will include a sewer service charge, the amount is based on the land use code assigned by Los Angeles County Assessor's Office. The annual charge will be added to your annual property tax bill.
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