We’d enjoy meeting with you and your team to discuss our operations, the latest updates, and how we can help you and your clients. We’ll provide you with helpful materials, such as grease containers and informative magnets, bathroom and kitchen signs, etc. & also bring breakfast or lunch! Schedule by contacting Jenny at (251) 971-1516 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baldwin County Utilities List
Reference all local utilities in one place with this helpful guide.
Environmental Enhancement Program
Find out if our discounted sewer tap and installation fees under the Environmental Enhancement Program apply to your custom build here or contact Jenny Williams at (251) 971-1516/ email@example.com.
Policies & Procedures
For your new builds, we need New Installation Paperwork completed and signed by you, along with the tap fee paid in order to provide an official sewer release for the building permit. You are welcome to complete the paperwork electronically (request e-form) and send it to us with the tap fee check(s), and we can mail you the sewer release(s). Otherwise, please visit us at 14747 Underwood Rd (County Road 24) in Summerdale, and we’ll take care of it right away. Regrettably, we don’t allow the sewer releases to be emailed or faxed, and the impact and tap fees can’t be paid by credit card or debit card.
BCSS appreciates the opportunity to install sewer service and pumps on your properties and throughout the County. Learn About our Latest Installation Procedure Here
Visit our Grinder Pump Page for the latest equipment updates, why grinder pumps are needed for some of your homes and buildings and why we require a certain type of pump on our system.
The Wastewater Industry
To better explain sewer-related terms, such as tap and impact fees and wastewater treatment plant, we’ve created this Sewer Definitions page
BCSS Rate Structure
Since BCSS doesn’t provide water service, and cannot monitor thousands of water meters throughout the county, we charge flat rates for sewer service. Sewer treatment fees, impact fees, tap fees, etc. are based on various factors. BCSS maintains and pays for every aspect of our sewer system, wastewater treatment plants, equipment, employees, etc.
Unlike most city utility companies, we are not supplemented by government funding and tax dollars. It is important to consider that transporting wastewater away from properties is a crucial service, and oftentimes fees for luxuries such as cable, internet and cell phone services are more expensive than sewer service fees.
Please feel free to send us feedback anytime- We greatly value your comments so that we can use it to work towards continually improving.
BCSS is strongly involved with the Baldwin County Homebuilders Association. See the other ways we give back to the community.