The Granada Sanitary District was formed in 1958 under the California Sanitary District Act of 1923. In October of 2014, the District was reorganized as the Granada Community Services District under California Government Code 61000 et seq. The District is responsible for parks, recreation, garbage and recycling services in the unincorporated areas of El Granada, Princeton, Princeton-by-the-Sea, Clipper Ridge, and Miramar. The District is also responsible for the sewage collection system and disposal for approximately 2,500 residences and businesses in these same unincorporated areas as well as the northern portion of the City of Half Moon Bay as shown on the figure below. Sewage is conveyed to the Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), located near Kehoe Avenue in Half Moon Bay. The District’s wastewater collection system includes approximately 31miles of gravity sewer pipe, 12 miles of lower lateral pipelines,1 mile of force main pipeline, and one pump station. The District’s system conveys approximately 360,000 gallons per day of average dry weather flow to the SAM WWTP.
Garbage and recycling services are provided by Recology of the Coast under a franchise agreement with the Granada Community Services District.
Board of Directors
Barbara Dye – President
Nancy Marsh – Vice President
Eric Suchomel – Director
Matthew Clark – Director
David Seaton – Director
Board members serve four year terms, and are elected on a staggered two year basis in even numbered years. Board members receive $145 per meeting as compensation for their service on the board.
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General Manager: Chuck Duffy, Dudek & Associates
Assistant General Manager: Delia Comito
Legal Counsel: William Parkin, Wittwer Parkin LLP
District Engineer: John Rayner, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Administrative Assistant: Nora Mayen
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Please see the link below for the CSDA mapping program.
Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) and General System Information
Please see the link below for the Sewer System Management Plan.
Please see the link below for the CIWQS Sanitary Sewer Overflow site.
Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside
The Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) is a Joint Powers Authority created by an agreement between the Granada Sanitary District, the Montara Sanitary District, and the City of Half Moon Bay in 1976. The agreement called for the creation of the Authority to build and operate a commonly owned sewer treatment plant for the benefit of all three agencies. All sewage generated by the three agencies is pumped and piped to the treatment plant for treatment and eventual disposal. For more information on SAM, please visit their website at samcleanswater.org.