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  • SD1 - History
    SD1 authority to prevent and correct the pollution of streams regulate the flow of streams for sanitary purposes clean and improve stream channels for sanitary purposes and collect and dispose of sewage and other liquid wastes produced throughout the established service area It also granted SD1 authority to construct sewers trunk sewers laterals intercepting sewers siphons pump stations treatment and disposal works and other appropriate facilities SD1 s authority under KRS 220 also included maintenance and operation responsibilities of the above listed structures and facilities Northern Kentucky s First Treatment Plant The original area served by SD1 contained 17 municipalities and covered 25 square miles At that time each community had its own independent system for the collection and treatment of sewage It was SD1 s responsibility to construct a sewage treatment plant and collection system that would convey sewage from the various municipalities to a treatment facility In 1954 after many years of planning construction of Northern Kentucky s first wastewater treatment plant was completed in the City of Bromley Serving Campbell and Kenton counties the Bromley Wastewater Treatment Plant provided primary treatment of wastewater before discharging it to the Ohio River Advancement in Wastewater Treatment The Bromley Plant eventually became outdated due to more stringent water quality regulations advancements in wastewater technology and the area s increasing population In 1970 the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission ORSANCO adopted requirements for secondary treatment of sewage for all waters that feed into the Ohio River In 1977 Congress passed the Clean Water Act granting the United States Environmental Protection Agency USEPA authority to further regulate discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States In response to the new regulations SD1 constructed the Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant which entered service in 1979 This project also included the construction of new interceptor sewers and pump stations Located in Villa Hills the treatment plant was designed to treat 30 million gallons a day mgd In 1993 due to the growing population of Northern Kentucky the plant was upgraded to a design capacity of 46 5 mgd Responsibilities Expanded In 1994 in response to pending changes in environmental regulations and increased public interest in consolidation of services KRS 220 was amended allowing SD1 to operate sewage and drainage systems in cities located within its jurisdictional boundaries On July 1 1995 28 cities in Northern Kentucky turned over ownership of their sanitary sewer systems to SD1 On December 31 1995 Boone County officially merged with SD1 and subsequent to that date the cities of Independence and Alexandria transferred ownership of their sewer lines to SD1 As a result of these consolidations SD1 assumed ownership and operational responsibility for approximately 900 additional miles of sanitary sewer lines and related pump stations Regional Storm Water Management Program Legislation adopted in 1998 by the Kentucky General Assembly granted SD1 authority to regulate and finance storm water facilities within its designated service area In response to requests from more than 30 Northern Kentucky communities SD1

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  • SD1 - Timeline
    Educators Storm Water Education Wastewater Education Schedule a Guided Tour or Field Trip Fats Oils and Grease FOG Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG Industrial Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events SD1 Timeline Over the years SD1 has grown from a small wastewater treatment utility serving the river cities in Campbell and Kenton counties to the second largest wastewater utility in Kentucky protecting the Northern Kentucky region through careful wastewater and storm water management for over 30 cities within three counties Join us in a trip

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  • SD1 - Board of Directors
    Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Board of Directors SD1 is governed by an eight member citizen board of directors Directors serve four year staggered terms For a list of the current SD1 Board of Directors appointment dates and terms click here County representation is based on the populations of the three counties that comprise SD1 The Kenton County judge executive appoints four directors the Campbell County judge executive appoints two directors and the Boone County judge executive appoints two directors To contact a board

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  • SD1 Executive Leadership
    or Field Trip Fats Oils and Grease FOG Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG Industrial Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Executive Leadership SD1 is a special district governed by the judges executive of Boone Campbell and Kenton counties These three individuals appoint the eight member citizen board of directors which oversees the executive leadership team The executive leadership team is comprised of the executive director general counsel and three deputy executive directors Each of these leaders oversee key parts of SD1 s day to day

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  • SD1 - Federal Court Order
    order is unique because it incorporates a watershed based approach in the planning process that allows for the consideration of pollution sources beyond sewer overflows As required in the court order SD1 has prepared Watershed Plans describing projects for addressing overflows and other water quality issues to be implemented over the next five years as well as a preliminary overall plan i e full system solution for achieving the goals of the order Updated Watershed Plans will be submitted at five year intervals The deadline for full implementation of these Plans is December 31 2025 Through this decree SD1 will be managing the largest program of water quality improvement in Northern Kentucky s history Background Like many urban regions of the United States and Europe the wastewater collection system of Northern Kentucky is comprised of both combined sewers and separate sanitary sewers Combined sewers carry sewage and storm water runoff and are typically found in the older areas of cities such as Covington Newport and Bellevue During dry weather conditions flow in SD1 s combined sewer system is mostly comprised of sewage from homes and businesses and is conveyed to the Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant At the plant wastewater is treated to remove pollutants before being discharged to the Ohio River During wet weather conditions the capacity of the combined sewer system can be exceeded due to storm water runoff As a result excess flow is discharged from the system at CSO outfalls The SD1 combined sewer system has 95 of these outfalls the majority of which are located along the Ohio River Licking River Banklick Creek and Taylor Creek In more recently developed areas a separate sanitary sewer system has been constructed to carry sanitary sewage and a separate storm water sewer network has been constructed to carry runoff In properly functioning sanitary sewers there is sufficient flow capacity in the system to convey all sewage to a treatment facility In practice separate sanitary sewers can be subject to additional flow during wet weather conditions Increased wet weather flow in sanitary sewers can be caused by Rain water inflow to the system from improper connections such as roof downspouts driveway drains etc Rain water and ground water infiltration into aging manholes pipes and private laterals This increased wet weather flow can create SSOs SSOs can also result from the loss of flow capacity in the system pipe blockages or collapse or malfunctions at pump stations There are 152 confirmed SSO points in the SD1 sanitary sewer system SD1 s sanitary sewer service area encompasses more than 185 square miles of Campbell Kenton and Boone Counties The majority of this area is served by separate sanitary sewers In addition to CSOs and SSOs there are other pollution sources that can impact the quality of Northern Kentucky s waterways These sources include polluted runoff urban and agricultural land use failing septic systems and industrial point sources The overall health of a waterway can also be affected by factors such as

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  • SD1 - Public Service Park
    Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Public Service Park SD1 invites you to visit a one of a kind facility Public Service Park PSP Whether you are curious about our green roof looking to take a quiet walk or searching for a wetland adventure PSP provides an interactive learning experience you won t soon forget Along your journey you ll learn why it is important to reduce the amount of pollution entering our streams and rivers through storm water runoff The park features more than 10 best management practices BMPs for controlling storm water runoff Download these BMP fact sheets to learn more Thanks to donations from private citizens the park also features three interactive art sculptures that help us reach people with different learning styles Take a self guided tour of PSP Signs are posted throughout the park to explain its features in detail Take a walk through the park and read the signs to learn why storm water management matters You can also tour PSP with your cell phone Find 10 listen and learn features wherever you see a circular blue Mobile Audio Tour sign in the park Hear a sample of the recordings before you visit PSP by clicking on the interactive map above Locate

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  • SD1 - Facts and Figures
    Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events SD1 Facts and Figures We serve Northern Kentucky We have about 100 000 customer accounts About 30 local governments across Boone Campbell and Kenton counties partner with us to provide residents with efficient and effective wastewater and storm water services Our wastewater services cover 185 square miles About 1 600 miles of sanitary sewer pipe cover SD1 s service area 135 pump stations push wastewater across the region s hilly terrain Our storm water services cover 215 square miles Nearly 440 miles of municipal separate storm sewers cover SD1 s service area 32 000 storm water structures including manholes and catch basins are in our service area There are 16 flood stations in Campbell and Kenton counties Our treatment plants run 24 7 Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Dry Creek treats 28 million gallons of wastewater per day Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility treats 950 000 gallons of wastewater per day Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility treats 8 million gallons of wastewater per day It takes 16 hours on average for wastewater to move through Dry Creek before it returns to the Ohio River We test for pollution We inspect and permit more than 50

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  • SD1 - Strategic Business Plan
    Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Strategic Business Plan A customer centered and community focused utility The staff of SD1 has worked with stakeholders throughout the community and across the organization to develop a new strategic business plan The plan will help SD1 become a more customer centered and community focused utility This plan includes long term goals and strategies that will be implemented over time Download SD1 s Strategic Business Plan summary document to learn more MISSION Why we exist To reliably provide the Northern Kentucky region with wastewater and storm water services to protect public health property and the environment and

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