The City of Grand Junction Wastewater Division is responsible for maintaining all sewer lines within the boundaries of the 201 sewer district. To check if your property is within this district, please visit our GIS map and enter your address.
If you are experiencing issues with your sewer system, first check to see if the issue is with the plumbing on your property. Plumbing and wastewater lines that connect from a property to a main sewer line are considered under the ownership of the property owner. As such, the City of Grand Junction cannot service these lines. In these cases, it is appropriate for the property owner to receive services from a plumber.
If you wish to report a problem with the City’s main sewer lines, such as a sewer blockage originating in the main line, an uncovered manhole, or a sewer odor coming from the City main lines, please use the Report a Concern online form to do so.
If you have a sewer emergency, such as a sewer backup or overflow, and it is within the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, please call 970-256-4180.
If you have a sewer emergency outside of our normal hours of operation, please call 970-242-6707.
Residents living in the Persigo service area that are within 400-feet of an existing public sewer are required by Grand Junction Municipal Code § 13.04.090 to connect to sanitary sewer.
If a property was developed without connection to sewer and connection to the City line is deemed impracticable, the wastewater manager may determine the property is eligible for a septic waiver, permitting that disposal and treatment facilities of the property exist by current regulations.
Examples of when sewer construction may be impracticable can be found in Grand Junction Municipal Code § 13.16.060 (c)(2).
To request a waiver or for additional questions about the use of a septic system, please email Kurt Carson or call 970-256-4171.