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News & Updates

    • New Employment Opportunity - Are you a results oriented Professional Civil Engineer with a background in the water/wastewater industry? Are you collaborative and looking for a similar work culture? Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills and expertise, pursue innovative methods of infrastructure improvements while also helping the environment? MVSD is hiring a District Engineer and […]
    • photo of a Western Pond Turtle MVSD Publishes Management Recommendations in Scientific Journal – Western Wildlife - In conjunction with data collected during the Western Pond Turtle Study, consulting biologist Jeff Alvarez and District Biologist Kelly Davidson, along with biologist Gary Kittleson and reptile veterinarian Louisa Asseo, co-authored an article on the potential of injury and mortality to western pond turtles during upland vegetation maintenance activities like mowing and disking. The article […]
    • Calling all Classroom Teachers! - MVSD is partnering with the Lindsay Wildlife Experience to provide 3, new 1-hour classroom programs for elementary school students in Contra Costa County. These wetland and pollution prevention themed programs will be available October 2017- January 2018. Program Choices include: Craft a Wetland Critter Water Quality for Life Wetland Wonders These programs are perfect for […]

Senate Bill 272

In October of 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 272 requiring local agencies to make publicly available a list of enterprise systems used throughout each agency.  An enterprise system is defined as a software application that collects, exchanges, and analyzes information that the agency uses or one that serves as an original data source.

The full text of SB 272 can be found here.

In accordance with Senate Bill 272, Mt. View Sanitary District has made available the following list of enterprise systems it utilizes: Here