forex trading logo

Home Public Documents Sewer Connection Specifications
Sewer Connection Specifications PDF Print E-mail
Public Documents





Building Sewer Materials

The following standard sewer pipe materials will be accepted by the Hilton Creek Community Services District: Asbestos Cement Pipe, Class 1500 or Class 2400, as required; SDR 33-5 Schedule or 40 PVC Pipe; Johns-Manvil PVC Gravity Sewer Pipe; Solid wall ABS Sewer Pipe. All building sewers, beginning two feet from any building or structure shall have a minimum pipe size of 4-inch diameter. All building sewers serving two single-family residences on one lot shall be 4-inch diameter pipe. All building sewers serving more than one resident or structure shall be a minimum of 6-inch diameter pipe when commercial property. The General Manager of the District must approve any changes in the above specification.

Minimum Sewer Slope

Building sewers shall be run in practical alignment and at a uniform slope of not less than one-fourth (1/4) of an inch per foot toward the public sewer connection; provided, that where it is impractical to obtain a slope of one-fourth (1/4) of an inch per foot, a building sewer may have a slope of not less than one-eighth (1/8) of an inch per foot when specifically approved by the Hilton Creek Community Services District.


(A) A two-way cleanout shall be provided at the beginning of the building sewer, and shall not be closer than three (3) feet from any building or structure.

(B) A cleanout shall be installed adjacent to the subscribed property line and shall be located one foot outside of the property line, where practical.

(C) Cleanouts shall be placed in every building sewer at intervals not to exceed one hundred (100) feet in straight runs.

(D) Every change in alignment or grade in excess of forty-five degrees in a building sewer shall be served by a cleanout, except that no cleanout shall be required for not to exceed one (1) forty-five degree change of direction or one (1) forty-five degree offset.

(E) Each cleanout shall be installed so that it opens in a direction opposite to the flow of the soil or waste or at right angles thereto, and except in the case of “Y” branch and end-of-line cleanouts, vertically above the flow of the pipe.

(F) All cleanouts shall be made accessible by yard boxes with cover exposed approximately one (1) inch above grade. Use Brooks Products, Inc.. No. 36 or 1 RD Box or equal marked “Sewer”.

Sewer and Water Separation

(A) The bottom of the water piping al all points shall be at least twelve (12) inches above the top of the sewer piping. The water piping shall rest on a solid shelf at one side of the common trench. Minimum horizontal separation between sewer and water pipes shall be eighteen (18) inches.

(B) If the vertical separation in (A) cannot be maintained, the minimum horizontal separation between water and sewer pipes shall be five (5) feet.


It shall be the duty of the subscriber or the person doing the work authorized by the subscriber to notify the General Manager of the District orally or in writing, that said work is ready for inspection. Such notification shall be given not less than twenty-four (24) hours before the work is to be inspected. It shall be the duty of the person doing the work to be on the jobsite with the District’s Inspector; in no case will work be accepted that cannot be visually checked. District inspection hours shall be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and it shall be the responsibility of the subscriber to arrange for the inspection during these hours.

Inspection Fees

The inspection fees shall be charged to all subscribers upon application for sewer service at the then current rate determined for one (1) sewer connection inspection.

Any subscriber requiring inspection after the hours stated above or on weekends shall be charged for the District’s inspection at the rate of $50.00 per inspection as an after hours charge, over and above the normal required “inspection fee”. The minimum after hours charge shall be $50.00 (per inspection).

Building Sewer and Inspection Requirements

Inspection fee stated above is payable at time of application for each unit of service. Three inspections may be made: (1) from building to Main before backfill; (2) after backfill for installation of cleanout boxes; (3) after complete pumping and demolition and backfill of septic tank. Twenty-four (24) hour notice is required prior to each inspection. No person or persons shall be permitted to make any connection to main sewers, laterals or extension of sewer lines without written permission of the Hilton Creek Community Services District.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Hilton Creek Community Services District, County of Mono, State of California, this 12th day of June 1980 by the following vote:

            AYES: Timothy DeVore, Randy Witters, Tom Long, Richard King, Bruce Malby

            NOES:       None

            ABSENT: None


                                                                        Timothy DeVore, Chairman

                                                                        Board of Directors

                                                                        Hilton Creek Community Services District



Richard King, Secretary

Board of Directors

Hilton Creek Community Services District


© Copyright 2014, Hilton Creek Commuinity Services District. All Rights Reserved.