Understand Wastewater Rates

 

The Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District is responsible for carefully treating billions of gallons of sewage so it is clean and safe for our residents and environment. The District’s miles of
sewer pipes (a distance equivalent to driving from Vallejo to Riverside) need ongoing maintenance or replacement—portions near Mare Island date back to the 1850s Victorian era. These sewer pipes, the Vallejo-based wastewater treatment plant, and more than 35 sewage pump stations are reliant on public funding for proper maintenance.

On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, the District's Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve updated sewer rates to address these aging infrastructure needs in a manner that is fair and equitable for every ratepayer. All business and residential ratepayers were informed about the rate changes and opportunities to learn more and comment. We deeply appreciate the vote of confidence by our Trustees and the Vallejo community, and will continue to keep you informed of the ways we use your rates to improve the safety and efficiency of our operations.

FY18-19 Annual Service Charges Rate Table.pdf

2018 Wastewater Rate Study

Prop. 218 Notice

Guidelines for the Submission and Tabulation of Protests

Rate Handout

Frequently Asked Questions

The March-April 2018 issue of our newsletter contains an article about the current state of our infrastructure. You can read it here on page 2.

Most issues of our newsletter contains articles about sewer and stormwater improvement projects. You can read them here.