Can I pay my bill online?
Yes, we contract with a third party bill pay system to allow you the convenience of online bill pay. Click here
What do I do if I am moving?
Contact the District office (636-797-9900) for a final meter read (water) or a final bill (sewer). All balances must be paid prior to closing for clear title.
I am a new customer, how do I set up service?
You must sign a connection agreement (for new construction) or a service agreement (for existing connections). You can find copies of those documents here.
Alternatively you can stop by the District office (4629 Yeager Road) for copies of the forms and to pay your deposit.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the Jefferson County Public Sewer Dist?
The District is a public sewer utility formed by the County Commissioners of Jefferson County in 2000 to work with the Commission (now County Council) on wastewater planning. Beginning In 2006, due to growth and the increased need for quality wastewater management, the District began acquiring collection and treatment facilities from private companies, individuals and homeowners' associations. The District is regulated by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR).
Who does the District Serve?
The District operates and maintains many of the public collection systems (underground piping) and treatment facilities (lagoons and treatment plants) that serve many of the rural subdivisions surrounding unincorporated Jefferson County.
How is the District funded?
The District is funded by the user fees it collects. The District does not receive any tax funding.
How much does it cost to connect to public sewers?
The cost of connecting to public sewer is determined by the location of the property and other factors. Contact the District office, 636-797-9900, to inquire about connection to the Sewer District system. We will determine if there is a collection system close to your home and if there is capacity at the facility to treat the wastewater from your home or business
Do you have sewer standards for contractors/engineers?
The District has a strict design standard that it adheres to. Please select the correct link below to download our current standards. Also see the Connecting to Sewers page for more information.
Does the District maintain on-site systems?
The District is not involved with single family homes that have on-site wastewater systems. The Jefferson County Health Department regulates and inspects single on-site wastewater systems such as septic systems and lagoons that serve one home or business.
Who governs the District?
The District is governed by a five-member Board of Trustees appointed by the County Commission. This board meets every fourth Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. in the District Office (4629 Yeager Road). You are encouraged to attend to voice your questions and concerns or simply find out what is happening with the District
How do I contact the District if I still have questions?
Contact the staff during normal business hours M-F 8-4:30, excluding federal/state holidays by telephone (636-797-9900) or in person (4629 Yeager Road)
If this is an emergency please contact our emergency line 24/7 (636-789-1326)
CLEAN WATER SOLUTIONS