Working with the cities it serves, the District provides supplemental funding to maintain the regional and local drainage facilities within our jurisdiction. That includes facilities constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as part of the Fairfield Vicinity Streams Project.
This work includes (1) operating and maintaining storm drain facilities, including pumping stations, pipelines, channels, natural creeks, detention basins, bridge foundations, sloughs and culverts; and (2) working with the Regional Water Quality Control Board, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other agencies in enforcing pollution control regulations.
Drainage fees are established by the District’s governing board, based on relative amounts of runoff entering the storm drain system from different types of users. These fees are collected on the Solano County tax roll, and have remained stable since their inception in 1988.
Current drainage maintenance fees can be found here (93k PDF).