Public Notices & Public Review Documents

Overview

Public Notices and Public Review Documents

Public Notices are announcements of public hearings, invitations for sealed bids and proposals, and the passage of new ordinances amending the District Code. Public Review Documents are generally regulatory, environmental or other reports that require an opportunity for public review and comment.

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Summary of Ordinance No. 313
Establishing Reimbursement Fees re Cordell Drive CAD 2017-1 in Danville

Ordinance No. 313 (Uncodified) establishes Reimbursement Fees of $15,716 for the 5th participant connector and $12,646 for the 6th connector to Job 6679 (Cordell Drive CAD 2017-1) in Danville, in accordance with District Code Chapter 6.20 “Reimbursement Fees” and the District’s Contractual Assessment District Program.   The reimbursement fees set forth by this ordinance shall be administered, adjusted, and collected according to the provisions of said Chapter and Program.

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Summary of Ordinance No. 312
Establishing Reimbursement Fees re North Jackson Way CAD 2016-2 in Alamo

Ordinance No. 312 (Uncodified) establishes Reimbursement Fees of $16,753 for the 14th participant connector to Job 6603 (North Jackson Way CAD 2016-1) in Alamo, in accordance with District Code Chapter 6.20 “Reimbursement Fees” and the District’s Contractual Assessment District Program.   The reimbursement fees set forth by this ordinance shall be administered, adjusted, and collected according to the provisions of said Chapter and Program.

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Learn About PG&E’s Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS)
How Central San is preparing for PG&E’s PSPS during high fire risk

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has notified customers that they may turn off electricity in designated areas during extreme fire danger. Specific areas and the number of customers that might be affected depends on the weather and hazardous conditions. For more information on how PG&E’s PSPS may affect you, please visit pge.com/wildfiresafety.

How does this impact your Central San sewer service?

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Public Records Requests

Central San has established administrative procedures in accordance with the California Public Records Act (Gov. Code Sec. 6250 et seq.) whereby persons may inspect District records during business hours at the Headquarters Office Building and/or may obtain copies upon payment of a fee.

To submit a request for public records click on Read more below.