- Sanitation District
Southgate Sanitation District consists of approximately 235 miles of pipelines. The sanitary sewer collection system also consists of an odor station where bioxide is injected into the system to help mitigate odor concerns. Southgate Sanitation District collects wastewater and conveys it to the South Platte Renew Wastewater Treatment Plant (formerly Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant). This means South Platte Renew Wastewater Treatment Plant collects, treats, tests, and returns treated wastewater to the South Platte river.
You can get more information about South Platte Renew Wastewater Treatment Plant from South Platte Renew.
Click on the links below to learn more.
Read the Southgate Sanitation District Bylaws to learn about the legal status of the district, the role of the Board of the Directors, and view meeting regulations.
Review information and requirements for the fats, oils, and grease control program
View the monthly service charges and sewer system connection charges for Southgate Sewer District.
Check out the Southgate Sanitation District Rules and Regulations to see prohibitions, fees, charges, and more.
View Sanitary Sewer System Specifications to review design criteria, construction requirements, and standard details.
View the budget for the Sanitation District.
Resolution of the Board of Directors concerning online Notice of Public Hearings.