Veolia Water North America is contracted by the City of Auburn to operate and maintain the following Sewer Collection System components:

  • 1 Pollution Control Facility (Sewage Treatment Plant)
  •  14  Sanitary Sewer Lift Stations



H.C. Morgan Wastewater Treatment Facility

Northside Transfer Pump Station


 2014 Municipal Water Pollution Prevention (MWPP) Annual Report:

H.C. Morgan Water Pollution Control Facility

Northside Water Pollution Control Facility


The City of Auburn Sewer Division operates under the direction of the Water Resource Management Department with a staff of 11 full time employees. The Sewer Division is responsible for the Inspection, Maintenance and Repair of the City's Sanitary Sewer Collection System as well as responding to all sanitary sewer related complaints 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.




The Sewer Maintenance Division strives to keep in line with the latest innovations and technology available to the sewer maintenance industry as well as providing quality uninterrupted service to our customer base by:

  • Providing technical assistance and recommendations to the citizens of Auburn as well as other City Departments concerning the operation and maintenance of the Sanitary Sewer Collection System.
  • Operation, maintenance and repair of the Sanitary Sewer Collection System.
  • Working cooperatively with other City Departments to address the future needs of the City based on current demand and anticipated growth and development.
  • Encouraging community education and promoting community participation in the efforts to maintain a clean and efficient Collection System.
  • Keeping apprised of the best available technology and procedures relating to Sanitary Sewer Collection System maintenance, inspection and repair.


The Sewer Maintenance Division is responsible for the inspection, maintenance and repair of the following components of the Sewer Collection System:

  • Approximately 350 miles of sanitary sewer mains                                        
  • An estimated 8,500 sanitary sewer manholes
  • Approximately 200 square miles of off-road sanitary sewer easements 
  • Responding to approximately 250 to 300 sewer complaints annually

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