COVID-19 Update

As an essential infrastructure service provider, MVSD continues to meet its primary mission of protecting public health and the environment.  As the County had been relaxing Shelter-at-Home restrictions, we have experienced a significant increase in community transmission and illness from COVID-19. The County issued a revised order on July 11 restricting indoor gatherings, and emphasizing the use of masks: https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/health-orders.

  • The office will remain closed to the public until further notice.
  • For sewer emergencies please call 925-228-5635 x10.
  • Permits for essential side sewer repairs will be provided by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling the District’s main phone number 925-228-5635 x10.
  • All meetings and gatherings including Board Meetings will be conducted by virtual meeting platforms until further notice. Notice of Board Meetings will be communicated to the public by timely posting on the District website, www.mvsd.org, and publication in the customary locations.
  • The District will not collect sharps or provide access for visitors to the marsh at this time. Please accumulate your sharps until social distancing requirements can be relaxed to allow for the office to be opened.
  • The Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Facility has reopened with modified operations to protect the health and safety of customers and employees. HHW drop-off is available by appointment only: https://kiosk.na4.qless.com/kiosk/app/home/315

Please help us protect your health and that of our community by staying home for all but essential tasks and wear masks while you are out in public.  For more information about COVID-19 in Contra Costa County, please visit https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/.

Thank you for your continued understanding during this unprecedented national pandemic response.

Our Mission

To protect Public Health and the Environment, in a safe and reliable manner, at a responsible cost. Read more.

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Enterprise Systems Catalogue (SB 272 Compliance)

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