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About SSSD

The South Suburban Sanitary District provides sewer service to the southern portion of the greater Klamath Falls area. The District serves a population of approximately 25,000 people and has over 7,500 accounts consisting of residents, commercial and industrial dischargers. The District maintains over 100 miles of sewer pipe, 1000 manholes, and one lift station. The District treats over 2.6 million gallons per day at the treatment facility and currently discharges treated effluent to the Klamath River.


South Suburban Sanitary District (The District) is an Oregon Municipal Corporation created by the County Court of Klamath County, Oregon, on July 12, 1957, operating under the provisions of Oregon Revised Statue chapter 450.  The District is governed by an elected Board of Directors that is comprised of three members. 

Administrative functions are directed by the General Manager, who reports to the Board of Directors.  The District provides sewer collection and treatment services to the property owners within the south suburbs of Klamath Falls, Oregon.


About the District Collection System

About the District Treatment Facility

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South Suburban Sanitary District’s Privacy Statement

SSSD respects each person's Right to Privacy. We do not share, buy or distribute personal information. We keep track of how many "hits" we have had to our website, but we do not collect information from our visitors. Any e-mails received from this site are responded to, but are not retained.

The purpose of this website is to inform the public about its local government - specifically, SSSD. We encourage our citizens and the public at large to use our website as a source for information. We appreciate our visitors, their comments, and their suggestions. We are always looking for ways to enhance government/citizen communication and feel our website is a strong tool in making that happen. We have not in the past, nor will we ever, discourage anyone from visiting our website.

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