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Wastewater Treatment
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Pretreatment and Pollution Prevention


The designated Bird Watching Area is now OPEN. Please note - there is a limited number of people that can be in the designated Area at any one time. Please complete the Waiver and review the Policy and Map attached here

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Goleta Sanitary District Mission Statement
To provide to the citizens of the Goleta Valley, wastewater collection, treatment and disposal, including reclamation and utilization of treatment by products; to protect the public's health and the total environment; to conduct its operations in an efficient, dependable and cost-effective manner; to keep the public properly informed on sanitary service issues; and to do all this to meet the present and future needs of the Goleta Valley.

Introductory DVD

The Goleta Sanitary District facility at One William Moffett Place is located on the northeast remnant of what was once called Mescalitan Island. Prior to land disturbances Mescalitan Island was completely surrounded by the Goleta Slough. Beginning in the early 1940s and continuing over the next 25 years soil from Mescalitan Island was removed and used to fill in land for the Santa Barbara Airport and construct Ward Memorial Highway.


Emergency Contact Information
For sewer spills or open man hole covers call 805.967.4519.
Board Meeting Information
The GSD Board of Directors meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30 pm at the GSD Board Room at One William Moffett Place. Agendas and Minutes are available under News, above.

Class A biosolids are now available on a first come first serve basis in limited quantities. Please remember to stop by the front desk in the administration office to sign in prior to loading