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.nbsp; Learn more
MSD monitors water quality in major streams and rivers across Hamilton County.
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.
November 17, 2023
MSD hosted a public forum on the water quality of the lower Little Miami River on November 8.
The forum covered the results of a recent biological and water quality study.
The results show that 90% of the lower Little Miami, a State and National Wild and Scenic River, is maintaining exceptional warmwater habitat for aquatic life use. The study also shows widespread impairment of E. coli throughout the mainstem and tributaries. Sources of E. coli include combined sewer overflows (CSOs), home sewage treatment systems, and animal waste.
October 06, 2023
The U.S. EPA and other regulators have approved a schedule and list of wet weather projects to be completed under Phase 2A of MSD's Wet Weather Improvement Plan (WWIP).
The new Phase 2A schedule, approved on August 29, includes construction of three projects by the end of 2024:
The new schedule also includes planning or design of two projects:
The Regulators also approved June 30, 2024, as the submission date for a proposed Phase 2B schedule.