Saturday, October 25, 2014


While administration continues to strive to maintain a high level of customer service and client satisfaction, the Authority applied and was approved for grants to upgrade its water metering system throughout its service areas. This approach to upgrade the equipment with modern technology, although lengthy and frustrating during the process, has been technically successful and we look forward to timely and accurate water consumption reports and billings. We appreciate our customer’s patience and willingness to work with our staff to complete this very important project.



In 2005, the Cayuga County Sewer District 2 was formed by the Cayuga County Legislature to satisfy a Department of Environmental Conservation Consent Decree with the Village of Fair Haven to protect Little Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario. The Village of Fair Haven was mandated to make changes to the way the sewage was handled. The Village and the Town of Sterling has continued to work cooperatively with this Authority to construct the sewer system to its completion. This project is a multi-phase, multi-funded sewer project to satisfy the sewer requirements and mandates of the DEC, EPA and Department of Health, in addition to funding agency requirements. The sewage is collected via gravity and low-pressure lines and transported directly to the Red Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, owned and operated by Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority. As of this date, ALL Contracts (1 - 8) have been successfully completed. Residents of the area are continuing to hookup to the sewer system. One hundred percent of the infrastructure construction is completely installed,  the final contract project was tested and approved by the end of 2013. Contract 8, which completed the project, was installed in 2013 and final upgrades for odor control within the system is expected to be complete in the summer of 2014.  All properties within the District boundaries are invited to connect. Please contact the CCWSA office for more information regarding connection to the public sewer system.

District #2 Boundary Map