The Environmental Services Wastewater Management Division is made up of the sanitary sewer collection system, wastewater treatment plants and the industrial pretreatment and Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) programs. These programs help to protect our water quality, safeguard public health, support a healthy community and promote environmental and economic status.
Sewer Rates Present & Future Charges
The rates below were approved by City Council on November 28, 2016.
Learn more about your sewer rates here.
Monthly Customer Charge
Volume Charge Per CCF (748 gals.)
|July 1, 2019||$19.80||$2.40|
|July 1, 2020||$20.89||$2.50|
|July 1, 2021||$22.03||$2.60|
|July 1, 2022||$23.34||$2.71|
All future dates (indicated in gray) are proposed rate increases.
Wastewater Treatment Plants you flush it, we clean it
The City of Springfield is home to two nationally recognized and award winning treatment facilities. Located on the Northwest and Southwest corners of the City, these plants treat a combined daily average of nearly 50 million gallons of wastewater and clean the water we dirty before returning it back into the Little Sac River and Wilson's Creek.
Keep F.O.G. out of our sewers Fats, oils & grease
It's an icky job, but keeping our City's wastewater collection system flowing smoothly, without interference, is immensely important. The FOG Management Plan was enacted in order to inspect, enforce, and identify impairments in the system related to commercial facilities and Food Service Establishments (FSEs). Learn about compliance and best practices for FSEs.
Developers Permits & Fees
Working on public sewer lines or expanding usage through new developments require permits and, in some cases, accompanying fees. Our wastewater collection system is an intricate system and applications are required for all developers in need of a permit.
Private Sewer Repair Program Partnering with You
This program helps to address and eliminate sanitary sewer overflows and backups on private properties. Often, incorrectly connected sump pumps, drains and downspouts are the cause. By partnering with the community, we are able to evaluate and repair issues in order to minimize and reduce future concerns.
Find out if your property is eligible for a no-cost evaluation.