DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES PDF Print E-mail
Director: Michael A. Weant
Customer Service & Billing: (330) 926-2400
Sewer System
(M-F from 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.):
(330) 643-2485
Sewer System (24/7): (330) 688-4865
Fax: (330) 926-2471

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PUBLIC NOTICE/REQUEST FOR COMMENTS/INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS:

Clinton Sanitary Sewer Project Informational Meetings Scheduled NEW

2014 Water Pollution Control Loan Fund  

Draft Finding-Stow Sanitary Sewer Extension Project

Wastewater Treatment Plant (Upper Tuscarawas) Upgrade 

Stow and Summit County Allen and McCauley Roads and Campus Drive Sanitary Sewer Improvements
 
Force Main Repair-Stow-Ohio EPA Findings

The Summit County Department of Environmental Services (DOES) operates and maintains wastewater collection, transportation and treatment systems in the unincorporated areas of the County and in certain incorporated areas. Those areas comprise a district known as the Summit County Metropolitan Sewer District. DOES consists of three primary divisions known as Operations, Engineering and Administration. Funding for DOES comes exclusively from various sewer user fees and charges. These revenues are deposited in the County Treasury and are maintained as an "enterprise fund". This enterprise fund is separate and independent of the County's general operating fund.

The County Council has the authority and the duty to establish the rates and charges imposed on users of the sanitary sewer system. The County administration, under the County Executive, typically makes recommendations to the Council concerning those rates and charges based on independent consultants' studies and its policy that such systems be "self-supporting."

 
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