The City of Springville has a sanitary sewer system of underground pipes that carries sewage from bathrooms, sinks, kitchens, and other plumbing components to a waste water treatment plant where it is filtered, treated and discharged.
A storm sewer system is also maintained in order to carry rainfall runoff and other drainage.
Should I Connect to the Sewer?
All inhabited building in or near the city limits that can connect to a sewer system, must connect to the sewer system.
All toilets must be connected to the sewer system.
Owners of property outside the corporate limits of the City can connect to the sewer system by applying to the Council for permission.
How to Connect to the Sewer
Connecting buildings or structures to the sewer system requires an Application for Sewer Connection.
The Application for Sewer Connection must include the following:
If the Application is approved, the City Clerk will issue a Sewer Connection Permit.
All connections with the sanitary sewer system will be inspected.
Please contact the City Clerk for additional details about obtaining a Sewer Connection Permit.
The following items may NOT be discharged into the public sewers:
The following items are RESTRICTED for discharge into the public sewers:
There are addition technical items which are controlled from discharge into the sewer system.
Please contact the City Clerk for additional details about what can and can not be discharged into the sewer sytem.
In order to maintain our sewer system and protect our environment, the following actions with the sewer system are prohibited: