BACKGROUND:

Many residents have expressed to City Hall staff the desire to transition from septic tanks to sewer lines and have inquired about the status of the 8" sewer main. In 2019, the Los Angeles County Public Works and Sanitation District approved the discharge of effluent (sewage) for 235 homes within the City of Rolling Hills through an 8" sewer main. In 2020, the City Council engaged the services of an engineering team to design 1,300-1,500 linear feet of the 8" sewer main from the main gate along Portuguese Bend Road/Rolling Hills to an existing manhole near Lariat Lane. The engineering design is 90% complete and in July 2021, the project will be presented to the City Council for funding consideration for construction. To assist the City Council in their decision on this important matter, please complete this short survey.

The deadline for completing this survey is June 27, 2021.

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* 1. Is your property served by a septic tank?

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* 2. How old is your septic tank?

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* 3. Do you want the City Council to fund the construction of the 8” sewer main along Portuguese Bend Road/Rolling Hills Road?

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* 4. Do you want the City Council to implement additional sewer collection lines within the City?

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* 5. If the City constructs a sewer collection line along your street, would you disconnect from your existing septic tank and pay to connect to the sewer main?

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* 6. If the answer to question 5 is no, why not?

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