Water and Sewer
Free lecture at the Water Is Life Exhibition on March 13
The free lecture, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Coral Gables Museum’s Community Room, will explore the impact of water on the economy, on the ecosystem and in our everyday lives. This lecture and exhibition coincide with the United Nation’s International Water Day on March 22.
Request for Expression of Interest
The Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) is currently in the process of implementing a comprehensive Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for numerous Water and Wastewater infrastructure projects. Such projects are required to meet the service needs of our customers, accommodate future growth and also to comply with Federal and State regulations.
Infrastructure Projects in Procurement
For more information on projects that are not under the Cone of Silence, please contact Patty David. For projects that are under the Cone of Silence, please contact Faith Samuels at 305-375-2774 and copy the Clerk of the Board.
Note: This document will be updated on a bi-weekly basis.
Wastewater improvement projects
On May 21, 2013, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners authorized the execution of a Consent Decree between Miami-Dade County, the United States of America, the State of Florida and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, for improvements to the County’s wastewater collection and treatment system.
Certified pump stations end moratorium, will result in Economic Impact
On November 15th, Pump Stations 9 and 11, which are located in Coconut Grove, were officially certified to receive additional flows to the sewer system. This was ahead of the November 30th deadline agreed upon by the City of Miami and the County. Impacted businesses may now open, which will bring much needed additional economic impact to the local community.
Can the grease!
You've cooked a delicious meal, so how do you get rid of any leftover grease? Can it! Doing so prevents clogged pipes and potentially costly repairs. Just pour the grease in a metal can, let it cool, then throw the can in the trash.
Watch the video and learn more!
- Read more about canning the grease
Ocean Outfall Legislation Compliance Plan
On June 28, 2013, the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department submitted the following Ocean Outfall Legislation Compliance Plan to the Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, in accordance with Section 403.086(9)(e)(1), Florida Statutes.
Note: Because of the sizes of the files, it is recommended to save them to your computer before opening them.
- Read the Ocean Outfall Legislation Plan (33 MB)
- Read the Appendices (21 MB)
- Read the Department presentation from the June 5 public meeting
What the Department does daily
Every day, the Water & Sewer Department manages the flow and treatment of hundreds of millions of gallons of water. Learn about the work done to ensure the safety of your drinking water and much more.
Procurement process has begun for sewage main replacement project
This Design Build Project will replace the existing 54-inch sewage Force Main (FM) that extends from Virginia Key to Fisher Island. The FM replacement project will consist of a segmental tunnel, deep shafts, horizontal directional drilling, and the open cut installation of a 60-inch force main.
Reading your water meter
Watch how easy -- and important -- it is to read your water meter so you can monitor your water usage and check for leaks.
- Learn more about reading your water meter
Requesting Premise Location Certification
Title companies, attorneys or residents requesting Premise Location Certification for properties served by the Water and Sewer Department can order one by contacting the Department.
- Read more about Premise Location Certification
Water conservation surcharge
As part of a series of water conservation initiatives in 2009, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners approved permanent year-round landscape irrigation restrictions to help protect the County's water resources.
In an effort to encourage conservation among customers who consume large quantities of water, the Commissioners also approved the MDC Water Conservation Surcharge. Miami-Dade County applies this surcharge only when the South Florida Water Management District imposes water restrictions by phase, or if the District's permanent Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule is in effect.
Currently, the District has placed the Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule in effect throughout South Florida. In turn, the MDC Water Conservation Surcharge applies.
- Read the Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule
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