Single family residences are billed via their property tax bill. However, new property owners within Simi Valley Waterworks District are temporary billed on their water bill and Golden State Water Company customers are billed by the City of Simi Valley Administrative Services Department until charges can be established on their tax assessment. The current fee is $33.58/month.
Multi-family residences within Simi Valley Waterworks District are billed via their bi-monthly water bill. Accounts located within Golden State Water Company service area receive a separate sewer bill from the City’s Administrative Services Department. The current fee is $23.40/month.
Commercial accounts within Simi Valley Waterworks District are billed via their bi-monthly water bill. Accounts located within Golden State Water Company service area receive a separate sewer bill from the City’s Administrative Services Department. The fee depends on many factors. It may be as low as $29.20/month or more, depending on the nature or size of the business.
For other specific fees please refer to Sanitation Service Fees page.
Sewer connection fees pay the cost of the Water Quality Control Plant (WQCP) and the sewer system, both past costs to construct them and future costs of expansion. These fees contribute to the cost of construction for the existing infrastructure and future expansion.
Frontage fees pay to extend a Sewerline along the front of a property, or to repay past cost for the improvement.
The current Sewer Connection Fee is $4,374 for a single family lot.
Only existing business customers planning to expand their business may defer sewer connection fees. Please send a written request to the Director of Public Works to start this process.
Generally, sewers are marked at the curb face with a “dot-vertical line-dot (.l.)” to indicate the location of the connection at the sewer main.
If no markings are found, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (805) 583-6440, for assistance.
Depth varies; however most laterals are between 4 to 6 feet deep at the property line. If you have problems locating the lateral, please e-mail email@example.com, or call (805) 583-6440, for assistance.
The main sewer line in the street is owned and maintained by the City. However, the connecting sewer lateral line running from the house/building to the main sewer line in the street is owned and maintained by the property owner. It is the responsibility of the property owner to properly maintain their sewer lateral line. Internal problems in the lateral, such as internal blockages, misalignments, or deterioration, are the property owner’s responsibility. Please click here for current Sewer Lateral Policy.
A property owner must connect to the sewer system if the property is within 200 feet of the system.
A Zoning Clearance form will be signed after a Will-Serve letter is issued, following the payment of connection and frontage fees.
Contact Sanitation at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about your location.