Sewer District

Responsibilities


Butler County manages and operates seven rural sewer districts serving several rural communities throughout the county.

These sewer districts are statutorily created benefit districts governed by the Board of County Commissioners that provide public sewer systems for the collection and treatment of residential and light commercial wastewater.

The cost for the construction of these systems as well as the annual operating expenses is paid for by the property owners within the sewer district boundaries receiving benefit of the system.

Areas Currently Served by Rural Sewer District


  • Sewer District No. 9 Rosalia Community
  • Sewer District No. 10 Fox Lake Area (Lake Area east of Cassoday)
  • Sewer District No. 12 Dennett Tracts (south side of U.S. 400, west of SW Diamond Road)
  • Sewer District No. 15 Prospect Area (east of El Dorado along U.S. 54 from EDCF to Bluestem Road)
  • Sewer District No. 16 Wildlife Estates (north of El Dorado Lake)
  • Sewer District No. 17 Beaumont Community
  • Sewer District No. 19 The Lakes at Northridge Area (SW 60th Street and Ohio Street)

Sewer District No. 11 is another rural sewer district currently operated by the City of Rose Hill. This sewer district is located near the northeast corner of SW 160th Street and SW Butler Road.

A map of areas of the general areas presently served by rural sewer districts can be found under Locations.

Connection Fees & Permits


Information regarding connection fees and permits can be found under Connection Permit and Prices or by contacting the Butler County Public Works Office at (316) 322-4101.