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District Upgraded to AA’ Very High Quality

January 13, 2021

District Upgraded to AA’ Very High Quality Fitch Ratings has increased Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District’s credit rating to AA, or “very high credit quality.” The upgraded rating also applies to the $31.1 million in revenue bonds issued by the District and held by the Marin Public Financing Authority. The upgraded credit rating reflects the District’s […]

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District Improves Service Reliability with New Generators

January 13, 2021

District Improves Service Reliability with New Generators Backup Power Throughout the District. The District maintains emergency backup power at six critical pumping stations and at the main treatment plant, to ensure uninterrupted sewer service even during widespread power outages. With Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events becoming more common as a fire prevention mechanism, the […]

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New Coloma Pump Station Will Increase Capacity and Reliability

January 13, 2021

New Coloma Pump Station Will Increase Capacity and Reliability Coloma Pump Station Project Summary The project includes demolition of two existing underground pump stations that will be replaced with a new pump station at Bridgeway Blvd and Coloma. It will feature underground electrical controls and installation of an emergency standby generator. The new pump station […]

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Joint Study to Consolidate City of Sausalito Sewer Operations with the District

January 13, 2021

Joint Study to Consolidate City of Sausalito Sewer Operations with the District Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District (SMCSD) currently operates and maintains the City of Sausalito’s four sewer pump stations on a contract basis. The City has been evaluating the possibility of expanding maintenance and operations services by the District or fully consolidating sewer operations with […]

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When It Comes to Tracking COVID-19, SMCSD is Flush with Data

January 13, 2021

When it comes to tracking COVID-19, SMCSD is flush with data As part of the ongoing efforts to detect and stop the spread of COVID-19, the District is participating in a UC Berkeley study to test for the novel coronavirus in wastewater. In addition to airborne droplets, coronavirus can be shed through the digestive tract […]

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Generator Reliability Improvements Project Bids Received

November 3, 2020

Click here for bid results and project documents

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Coloma PS Improvement Project Bids Received

September 25, 2020

Coloma Pump Station Replacement Project Bid results click here

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How We Are Improving Treatment Capacity and Reliability

January 30, 2020

Learn about the District's major projects that are helping to protect the environment, public health and the Bay.

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Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly

January 30, 2020

Information on where and how to dispose of chemicals, cleaners, solvents, pesticides, oil, plain, light bulbs, batteries and more.

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