Some facts about the City of Concord's Wastewater Department:
Maintains over 540 miles of gravity main and 12.5 miles of force main
Rehabs and re-lines gravity main and manholes
Clears right-of-way and easements
Maintains 24 pump stations
Total staff of 34
Mark Varnadore, Wastewater Maintenance Superintendent, (704) 920-5353
Mark Colangelo, Wastewater Construction Superintendent, (704) 920-5339
Gary Fritz, Systems Compliance Officer, (704) 920-5352
We at the City of Concord Wastewater Department are committed to providing our community with a safe, efficient, regional sewer system. At the same time, we protect our water quality, supplement our limited water supply and meet federal standards at the lowest possible cost. Through state-of-the-art facilities, the City is a leader in maximizing the conservation of water and energy as part of the wastewater treatment process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where does the City's maintenance responsibility end?
A. The City only maintains the sewer main and service lateral within the public right-of-way. All maintenance outside the public right-of-way is the property owner's responsibility.
Q. Can I apply for sewer only?
A. No. The sewer is billed based on water meter readings. If water is available, a customer must have water and sewer service. Flat rate sewer can be obtained only if water is not available or until water is available.