Permits and Construction
Permits are required for all new connections to the District’s wastewater system, for re-connection of existing connections, for construction of new facilities that will be dedicated to the District, for industrial discharges, and for any other actions that might impact the District’s facilities. These requirements are given in Chapter 5 of the District’s Ordinance Code.
The fee for a Class 1 or 2 Permit is $300 and for a Class 3 or 4 Permit $125 plus actual expenses. See Ordinance Code Section 602 for additional explanation
The capacity charge consists of a connection fee levied by the District and a separate capacity charge levied by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. The District’s charge is $3,414 per single family residence and $17.07 per gallon per day of estimated discharge for non-residential flows. Usage is reviewed annually and if the new discharge exceeds the permitted discharge, a supplemental capacity charge is assessed. The SFPUC capacity charge is a function of water meter size and usage. Contact the District for details.
Class 3 and 4 additional fees
In addition to these fees, a deposit to cover the District’s cost for the engineering, legal, inspection, and administrative costs for Class 3 and 4 permits is required. If the actual costs exceed the deposit then the applicant will be invoiced the difference. If the costs are less than the deposit, the balance will be refunded.
More Information: Contact
For further information on Class 1 permits, contact Joann Landi, District Clerk, at 415-467-1144.
For further information on Class 2, 3, and 4 permits contact Tom Yeager, District Engineer, at 510-469-3156.
There are 4 classes of permits:
Residential connections, both single family and multi-family; and non-residential
Construction of new sewer mains, pumping stations, or other facilities to be dedicated to the District for perpetual operation and maintenance
All other activities including, but not limited to, industrial discharge permits, re-establishment of existing service, private waste disposal systems, and groundwater discharges, etc. Also included are any activities that interfere with any existing District facilities (See Section 301.1.1)
District’s Ordinance Code and Standard Specifications
Bayshore Sanitary District Ordinance Code
Revised and Restated on March 23, 2006
Updated Through Ordinance No. 100, April 25, 2013 – 53 pages
Bayshore Sanitary District Standard Construction Spec
April 2018 – 80 pages
Request for Qualifications
The BSD is requesting the services of a “system integrator” to design and install an
HMI/SCADA system to automate the operation and data collection functions at the CPS.
April 2020 – 9 pages
Clarification #1 includes district responses to questions raised by a potential bidder.
May 11, 2020 – 1 page