VIDEO. Trash, don’t flush. Just because the label says “flushable” on the wipes container, does NOT mean you should flush them. We are trapped by bad marketing and a powerful wipes lobby.
Wipes and rags are a huge problem for Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM). Ultimately, the costs will be passed on to SAM customers.
If you have a baby in your life, have a no-flush conversation with their parent, or caregiver.
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Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside
1000 Cabrillo Hwy N.
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
(650) 726-7833 (fax)
Regular Board Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7:00pm.
From time to time a meeting date may be changed, cancelled or relocated. Check the posted agenda for any changes to the normal schedule (click on links below).
The Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) provides wastewater treatment services and contract collection maintenance services for a population of approximately 27,000 in the following areas:
- City of Half Moon Bay
- El Granada
- Moss Beach
- Princeton by the Sea
In the event of a sewer emergency, such as sewage leak or smell, call the Authority, 24-hours a day, at:
Follow the instructions given by the voice mail system.
An Authority representative will contact you promptly.
1000 Cabrillo Hwy. N., Half Moon Bay, 94019
7:00am to 4:00pm.
Can be reached 24 hours 650-726-7833
Chair, Representing City of Half Moon Bay
Vice Chair, Representing Montara Water & Sanitary District
Secretary/Treasurer, Representing Granada Community Services District
Director, Representing City of Half Moon Bay
Director, Representing Montara Water and Sanitary District
Director, Representing Granada Community Services District
Wastewater and Microgrids for the Coastside? No More Inter-Tie or Outfall!?
- Video. SAM Employees Give BIG Thanks to General Manager Beverli Marshall for Her Four Years of Service.
- Video. What is ElectroScan & How Can it Help Sewer Authority Mid-Coast (SAM)?
- PODCAST. Managing sewage is the most important job on the planet ~Freakonomics: In Praise of Maintenance.
- Video. SAM Reports Zero Sewer Spills on the Coastside in 2018
- Video. SAM Meeting 4/22 ~ Partners with PG&E to Reduce its Carbon Footprint
Powerpoint of SAM Tour, courtesy of Tim Costello, SAM: