Sanitary Sewers


All of the multi-family and single-family neighborhoods in the Village have sanitary sewer service provided by the Water and Sewer Authority (WASA) of Miami-Dade County. A multi-year sanitary sewer installation project that concluded in 2010 provided 698 single-family residences using septic tanks with the ability to connect to sewer service.

Guidelines and rules (PDF) for connecting to the sanitary sewer system and for abandoning a septic tank/drainfield system are provided online. This document, last revised in December 2011, includes step-by-step information on how to hook-up as well as permitting and fees information.

This list of plumbing companies (PDF) registered with the Village's Building, Zoning and Planning Department (updated January 7, 2014) is provided for property owners.  All are licensed to perform work within your property related to the sewer connection; however, not all may be qualified by the state to abandon septic tanks/drainfields.  This list is provided by the Village as a public service; inclusion on the list does not mean the company is recommended by the Village.

 

NOTE to Residents:  If you call WASA to report a suspected sewer problem, the Authority will charge you a $145.00 service call fee to come if the cause if the problem is within your property.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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