The Water Pollution Control Division is responsible for the regulation, collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater from all residential and commercial sources within the City's sewer service area. It is our mission to responsibly, cost-effectively and professionally:
The Wastewater Treatment Divison provides operation and maintenance of the Water Pollution Control Plant, 125 miles of sanitary sewer pipelines, 13 remote sewage pump stations and the inspection and maintenance of the City's stormwater collection system.
The Division also provides contract operation, maintenance and laboratory services to the East Bay Dischargers Authority and environmental oversight of hazardous materials, wastewater pretreatment pollution prevention, stormwater permitting and contaminated sites. The City serves 50,000 residents, as well as businesses, in the northern two-thirds of San Leandro.
Annual Operating Budget:
Maximum Dry Weather Flow Capacity:
7.6 million gallons per day
The Plant provides approximately 100 million gallons of treated water per year to Monarch Bay Golf Course.
In the summer of 2019, the Plant opened a Recycled Water Station to provide free recycled water to San Leandro Residents.