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All homes are required to connect to the Christmas Mountain Sanitary District sewer system according to the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for CMGE, Section 3.07. A sewer system assessment is added to your end of year tax bill.
CHRISTMAS MT. SANITARY DISTRICT
P.O. BOX 207
WISCONSIN DELLS, WI 53965
The Christmas Mountain Sanitary District is organized under Section 60.70 of the State of Wisconsin Statutes. The District is designed to be a self-supporting entity, deriving its revenue from sewer user fees and standby fees. Rates for the sewer utility are set by the board of commissioners. The District provides sewer service to properties within the district boundaries in Dellona Township.
Board of Commissioner’s meetings are held upon notice and are open to the public unless posted as closed meetings.
The Christmas Mountain waste water treatment plant is operated by MSA Professional Services.
MSA phone numbers are provided on the emergency contacts page.
Leslie McMullen - office phone: (608) 678-4111
S835 Lyndon Road
P.O. Box 207
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
E-mail: [email protected]
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Lynn Eberl, President
Home: (608) 253-7490
Cell: (608) 219-0388
Charles Whitsell, Secretary/Treasurer
Home: (608) 254-2870
Cell: (608) 432-1368
Ronald Hedrich, Commissioner
Home: (608) 254-2452
PAYMENT OF FEES
- Sewer fees are billed on an annual basis as a special assessment on the owner’s property tax bill. The annual sewer fee for 2019 is $565 for one Residency Equivalent (REU).
- Buildable lot fees (standby fees) are charged to an owner of a lot that is vacant in the amount of .33 of the annual sewer fee user rate. The standby fee is billed to the lot owner on their property tax bill as a special assessment and is $188 for 2019.
- The entire amount of the annual fee is included in the amount shown on your tax bill as due by January 31st.
CONNECTING TO THE SEWER SYSTEM
The owner of a buildable lot must contact the Clerk of the Sanitary District to request a tap-in application to connect to the sewer system prior to beginning building activity. The current fee to connect to the system is $3,250 which includes inspection by a licensed engineer. The application contains information needed by your contractor for the lateral hook-up and a permit will be issued approving the connection.