To protect public health and the environment through innovative and cost effective wastewater and solid waste management, and in doing so convert waste into resources such as recycled water, energy, and recycled materials.
 

Revenue Program and Rates

Revenue Program
This report provides a summary of the Districts’ revenue program. It discusses the overall objectives, key legislative requirements and policies, development of the existing service charge and connection fee programs, and the implementation process. It also contains a brief overview of the Districts’ operations.
Service Charge Rates
Service charges are paid by residential and commercial dischargers to cover the annual cost of operation and maintenance of the wastewater system and to pay for upgrade capital facilities that benefit those users. The service charge rate tables provide a list of all user categories, the units of usage (e.g. per 1,000 sq. ft.) for each category, the number of sewage units per unit of usage for each category, and the adopted charges per unit of usage for each category. Find the District in which your parcel is located.

Application for Residential Low-Water Rebate/Reduction in Service Charge

Application for Service Charge Refund or Rebate and Reduction

Application for Service Charge Refund for Parcel Not Connected to Sewer

Industrial Wastewater Surcharge Rates
Industrial wastewater surcharge rates are paid by industrial wastewater dischargers and are equivalent to the service charge rates paid by residential and commercial users. The industrial wastewater surcharge rate tables provide a list of the rates for each of the charge parameters (flow, chemical oxygen demand or COD, and suspended solids or SS) making up wastewater. Find the District in which your parcel is located.
Connection Fee Rates
Connection fees are paid by new users or existing dischargers who increase their discharge. These fees cover the cost of the capacity needed to accommodate their discharge. It is usually a one-time fee that must be paid before a connection to the sewer is made. The connection fee rate tables provide a list of all user categories, the units of usage (e.g. per 1,000 sq. ft.) for each category, the number of capacity units per unit of usage for each category, and the adopted charges per unit of usage for each category. Find the District in which your parcel is located.

Download the Connection Fee Application.

Connection fee applications and plans may be submitted via email to connectionfee@lacsd.org. Submittals may also be made in person at our Joint Administration Office located at 1955 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, California 90601.

If you have any questions regarding Connection Fee and Service Charge Rates, please call our customer service group at (562) 908-4288, extension 2727, or toll-free at (800) 426-7414, extension 2727.

For questions regarding Industrial Wastewater Surcharge Rates, please call (562) 908-4288, extension 2600.



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