June 1, 2020
Public Notice: Restricted Closure Extension
Dear valued Customers and Residents,
As the Sanitary District (SD5) continues to work alongside County Health Officials, as well as with allied government agencies, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the preservation of health and safety of our Staff and Customers is paramount. With this in mind, the District office will remain closed to the public until Marin County Health Officials and SD5 Management determines it no longer poses credible health risks to our Staff or Customers.
The treatment and processing of raw sewage already presents certain health risks to staff. It is our hope that remaining closed to the public will help minimize potential exposure of staff to the COVID-19 virus, and vice versa. The difficult decision to remain closed to the Public is based on current and available information on the Marin County website. In addition to the observation of Marin County guidelines, SD5 Management believes in order to protect our District Staff, Family, Customers, and Residents, physical visits to the District office be suspended until otherwise advised by the Marin County Health Officials and comparable government organizations.
Please note that the SD5 Board of Directors, as well as SD5 Management, take the health and safety of our community and environment very seriously. The testing, processing and treatment of sewage will go on as normal and staff will respond to emergencies, at both treatment plants as well as SD5’s sewer collections systems. We do understand, however, this is an inconvenience to you, our Customers and Residents. Please contact us via phone or email listed below.
We thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work through COVID-19 together.