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Sewer System Management

The City’s Public Works Department is responsible for managing the City’s sanitary sewer collection system. The field operation and maintenance services are fulfilled by utilizing the services provided by    Report-a-Problem-Engineering-Button
the Consolidated Sewer Maintenance District (CSMD) managed by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works. The collection system consists of about 142 miles of gravity sewer lines and no pump stations. The City’s local sewers discharge into the County Sanitation District facilities for conveyance, treatment and disposal.
 
To report a sewer overflow, please contact the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, Sewer Maintenance Division at 1-800-675-HELP (4357). For other questions, please contact John Menke, Glendora Maintenance Superintendent at (626)914-8252.

To coordinate a saddle connection to an existing sewer main line please coordinate with L.A. County Sewer Maintenance Division.  For more information please visit the LA County Public Works Website.

Homeowner Alert: Sewer House Lateral vs. Tree Roots

The following are documents related to City of Glendora's Sewer System Management Plan:

 

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