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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Annexation Procedures
    Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Annexation Procedures Form 2250 An Applicant s Guide to Procedures Central Contra Costa Sanitary District provides for the collection treatment and disposal of sewage generated by properties located within the District boundaries and can serve only those properties located within its boundaries If a property is not currently located within District boundaries then that property must be annexed in order to receive service Annexation is a legal procedure with set rules embodied in the Cortese Knox Government Reorganization Act of 1985 A B 115 Chapter 541 Statutes of 1985 The current policy of the Board of Directors of Central Contra Costa Sanitary District is to recommend that property which is being annexed to this District be annexed to a city if that property is within the Sphere of Influence of a city Said policy appears in Resolution No 86 170 The procedure for annexation of property to the District is as follows Obtain an annexation petition from the permit counter at the District office or download it from the link below Complete the petition including proper signatures of all owners of the property to be annexed Return the completed petition to the permit counter at the District office If you have any questions concerning the proper completion of the annexation petition please contact

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Septic System Conversions
    street or a sewer easement through private property If a public sewer is available adjacent to your property a developer one or more of your neighbors or an assessment district involving many property owners may have constructed it Depending on the circumstances the original installer s of that sewer might be owed a reimbursement a share of the cost of construction when a new connection occurs or there may be no reimbursement involved CCCSD staff can determine the situation with your individual property If there is a reimbursement due it will be collected by CCCSD at time of connection and disbursed to the installer s If no suitable public sewer is available you will be responsible for extending a public main sewer from the end of CCCSD s existing system to your property CCCSD is prohibited by law from constructing main sewer extensions for private property CCCSD builds the larger trunk and interceptor sewers that transport wastewater out of neighborhoods to our wastewater treatment plant in unincorporated Martinez near the I 680 SR 4 interchange The cost for you to extend a public main sewer to your property can run approximately 200 per foot or more depending on the difficulty of the terrain geotechnical concerns need to acquire easements amount of engineering work required pipe and backfill materials specified methods of construction employed and surface restoration requirements This cost also includes CCCSD s fees and charges to cover its expenses to process permits review design plans and inspect the construction work In rare cases you may also owe a reimbursement to the installer of special public sewer facilities constructed downstream of the sewer you install The cost of this work can sometimes be shared with your neighbors who also would benefit from the availability of a public sewer adjacent to their properties Longer shared sewer projects allow for an economy of scale in design and construction that reduces the cost per property as compared to each property owner sequentially installing a separate smaller sewer extension project Depending on the method of financing see Question 4 this cost may be paid directly by the property owners to the engineers and contractors they hire to do the work or may be payable over time either by means of privately obtained financing or as an assessment on your annual property tax bill Side Sewer Construction A side sewer is generally a four or six inch diameter pipeline that runs from your house to the public sewer A gravity flow design from your house to the sewer is preferred CCCSD may allow the installation of an individual residential pump if a gravity system is infeasible The property owner is responsible for constructing the side sewer A portion of this sewer known as a lateral sewer may have been stubbed out from the public sewer to your property when it was constructed Property owners may do work on their own property but construction within public rights of way or CCCSD easements requires hiring a licensed

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Side Sewer Alteration
    HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Side Sewer Alteration Permit Process Introduction Building additions or site improvement work may require the alteration of an existing side sewer Any sanitary sewer work done outside of the building walls requires a Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD permit and must be inspected by CCCSD The side sewer alteration work may be performed by the property owner or a properly licensed contractor registered with CCCSD A property owner may work on only the house sewer portion of the side sewer Any work within CCCSD easements or the public right of way must be done by a properly licensed contractor CCCSD staff reviews building and site improvement plans for possible encroachments into existing public easements or conflicts with existing CCCSD facilities If encroachments exist plans must be revised to meet CCCSD requirements CCCSD staff will also review the plans for the need to alter the existing side sewer and the applicability of a sewer alteration permit Plan review fees and inspection charges if any will be determined as well CCCSD does not approve the building plans for construction That function is handled by the local jurisdiction responsible for the building permits Definitions Side sewer is the privately owned and maintained sewer which connects the plumbing system of the building to the public sewer The side sewer begins at and includes the connection to the public sewer and terminates at the point of connection to the building plumbing system Side sewer includes the lateral sewer and the house sewer Lateral sewer that portion of the side sewer which is within the public right of way or CCCSD easement House sewer is that portion of the side sewer from the lateral sewer to its connection to the building plumbing system Public sewer is a main sewer which may have one or more side sewers connected to it These sewers are normally 8 inches or larger in diameter Procedures

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Side Sewer Repair
    Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Side Sewer Repair Permit Process Introduction The repair of an existing side sewer requires a permit from the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD The work may be performed by the property owner or by a properly licensed contractor who has been registered with CCCSD The property owner may only repair the house sewer portion of the side sewer Any work within a CCCSD easement or public right of way must be performed by a properly licensed contractor Generally detailed plans are not needed however a completed application with a sketch of the proposed work is required All side sewer repair work done outside of the building will be inspected by CCCSD inspectors More information is available on the CCCSD website www centralsan org or by calling the CCCSD Permit Counter at 925 229 7371 Definitions Side sewer is the privately owned and maintained sewer which connects the plumbing system of the building to the public sewer The side sewer begins at and includes the connection to the public sewer and terminates at the point of connection to the building plumbing system Side sewer includes the lateral sewer and the house sewer Lateral sewer is that portion of the side sewer which is within the public right of way or CCCSD easement House sewer is that portion of the side sewer from the lateral sewer to its connection to the building plumbing system Public sewer is a main sewer which

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Sewage Pumping
    Waste Haulers Healthcare Facilities Storm Water Program Inspections Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Property Owner Permit
    Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Property Owner Permit Introduction A property owner and or the property owner s employees may install alter or repair the house sewer on the property This work requires a property owner permit from the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD Side sewer work located in a CCCSD easement or public right of way may not be done by the property owner and must be permitted and performed by a properly licensed contractor who has been registered with CCCSD CCCSD permits are required for all side sewer work performed outside of the bulding Plumbing work within the foundation line may be subject to a buildingpermit issued by the city or county building department More information is available on the CCCSD website www centralsan org or by calling the CCCSD Permit Counter at 925 229 7371 Definition Side sewer is the privately owned and maintained sewer which connects the plumbing system of the building to the public sewer The side sewer begins at and includes the connection to the public sewer and terminates at the point of connection to the building plumbing system Side sewer includes the lateral sewer and the house sewer Lateral sewer is that portion of the side sewer which is within the public right of way or CCCSD easement House sewer is that portion of the side sewer from the lateral sewer to its connection to the building plumbing system Public sewer is a main sewer which may have one or more side sewers connected to it These sewers are normally 8 inches or larger in diameter Conditions for Property Owner Sewer Work The property owner shall complete an application for the proposed sewer work incuding a plan or a sketch

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Registration of Contractors
    Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness District Registration of Contractors An Applicant s Guide to Procedures Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD policy requires contractors

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Standard Specifications 2014
    Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Businesses Businesses Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Info Standards and Specifications 2014 Edition Environmental Compliance Source Control Program Source Control Contacts Regulations Permitted Industrial User Special Discharge Permit Waste Haulers Healthcare Facilities Storm Water Program Inspections Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage

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