Freedom County Sanitation District
The Freedom County Sanitation District is a non‐profit public agency providing sewage collection, treatment and disposal service to the Freedom area. The District's customers generate approximately 1.35 million gallons of sewage a day, which is transported to the wastewater treatment plant on Beach Street, owned and operated by the City of Watsonville. This plant has a capacity to treat a total of approximately 16.5 million gallons of wastewater per day to a quality level that meets stringent Environmental Protection Agency and State standards for discharge into Monterey Bay. Revenues to operate the District are collected yearly from residents and businesses that are connected to the sanitary sewer system.
Please note: This department does not provide service to those residents who reside within the Santa Cruz City Limits, Watsonville City Limits, or Scotts Valley City Limits.
Board Meetings and Agendas
Our dependant Sanitation Districts and CSAs - Board and Agenda - information is archived by the Clerk of the Board with the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Cruz. You can find upcoming information, prior agendas and recorded meetings, and other information by clicking the link provided below.
Ordinance No. F-25 - An Ordinance Amending District Code Title 1 and 3 - Private Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems
Ordinance No. F-27 - An Ordinance Amending District Code Title 3 - Private Sewer Maintenance