MSD's SBU program provides assistance to customers who have experienced sewer backups from the public sewer.
MSD offers a Customer Assistance Program (CAP) to help low-income senior citizens pay their sewer bills.
Information about combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in Hamilton County.
MSD is implementing a Wet Weather Program to reduce sewer overflows into local rivers and streams.
MSD is building a "Smart Sewer" system that is helping to reduce sewer overflows into our creeks and rivers.
MSD monitors water quality in major streams and rivers across Hamilton County.
MSD is hard at work upgrading the public sewer system. Find an MSD project across Hamilton County.Learn more
View our Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Activity Map to find out which CSO outfalls in MSD's service area are suspected to be actively overflowing or were recently active (within the last 72 hours).Learn more
January 23, 2024
MSD is installing a new sanitary sewer south from 6310 Charity Drive to Sharlene Court in Green Township beginning this week through fall 2024, pending weather and field conditions
Traffic impacts will occur on Charity Drive, between Mirror Lane and Greenmount Drive, and Sharlene Court, between Greenmount Drive and Werkridge Drive.
January 08, 2024
MSD is constructing a new sanitary sewer in the vicinity of the Stonebridge Estates subdivision in Green Township starting in early January 2024 through spring 2025, pending weather and field conditions.
Werk Road will be periodically down to one lane between Bridgestone Court and Countrywoods Lane, with a flagger to direct traffic.
November 17, 2023
The Hamilton County Commissioners have approved MSD's 2024 budgets and a 3% sewer rate increase, which will take effect January 1, 2024. MSD's Operating Budget is about $237.9 million, and MSD's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget is $260.2 million for 42 projects.