Rodeo Sanitary District




June 21, 2016 Special Board Meeting has been cancelled.  The next meeting of the Rodeo Sanitary District Board of Directors will be held on June 28, 2016 at 6:00 P.M. at the John Swett Unified School District, 400 Parker Ave. Rodeo, CA.


Wastewater Treatment Plant Project

 Wastewater Treatment Plant Scada Project


 The RSD Board of Director's meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. at the John Swett Unified School District Board Room 400 Parker Avenue, Rodeo, CA.  Agendas and Minutes are available under Administration, Board Meetings, above.


   Rodeo Sanitary District

  Sewer Year 2A Construction Project

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The District completed a Comprehensive Wastewater Master Plan (CWWMP or Master Plan) in June of 2013. The primary objectives of the CWWMP were to assess the ability of existing facilities to provide reliable wastewater collection and treatment, plan for future regulations, and ultimately develop a prioritized and comprehensive 20-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that address the District’s current and future needs. Sewer Year 1 Improvements Project has been completed as of September 28, 2015. The Sewer Year 2A Improvements are the second projects to be constructed from the Master Plan.  

   Construction Map





About Us  

The Rodeo Sanitary District (RSD) is an enterprise district, formed in 1939, that serves the town of Rodeo and the village of Tormey, about 8,000 residents, and businesses in Western Contra Costa County. Our treatment plant in Rodeo collects and treats an average dry weather flow 550,000 gallons of wastewater per day.



To safely provide the highest level of waste water collection and treatment as economically as possible for the people of Rodeo while protecting the sensitive ecosystem of the San Pablo Bay and the overall environment.

NOTE: RSD does not handle Trash/Garbage services, for any question or concern relating to garbage service, please contact Richmond Sanitary Service during normal business hours at (510) 262-7100.

District Administration Building


The Rodeo Sanitary District would like to thank the Bay Area Air Quality Management District for the opportunity to participate in the Green House Gas Reduction Program.  The Rodeo Sanitary District also partnered with the Community Energy Services Corporation Smart Lights Program and PG&E for additional grants and incentives.  Through these programs the Rodeo Sanitary District was able to receive approximately $150,000 in grants and incentives.  The District was able to replace all low efficiency lights with low energy high efficiency LEDs and fluorescents.  The District was also able to rehabilitate an old air application system and install new high efficiency technology for supplying air to the system.  The implementation of these programs has allowed the District to reduce energy use thereby reducing our green house gas foot print and saving the rate payers in operational expenses. 

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