Important Announcement Regarding COVID-19
The Somerset County Sanitary District Inc. has taken measures to protect its Customers and Staff against the recent health pandemic COVID-19.
- Until further notice, our offices will be closed to walk in customers and will not be accepting cash payments.
- All Customers will be automatically extended until March 31st. If you wish to make a payment, you can do so by calling 410-651-3831. You must have a debit or credit card (Visa, Master Card or Discover) to use this free service. If we do not answer , please leave a message and someone will return your call. Payments will also be accepted by mail.
- If you are a company looking to have a deed stamped please mail in your deed with a forwarding envelope with postage.
- If you need other services, such as water turn on's, disconnections etc. please call the office at 410-651-3831 and we will be glad to assist you. If we do not answer, please leave a message and someone will return your call.
The Sanitary Commission Meeting scheduled for April 9, 2020 has been canceled.
Illegal Dumping Notice:
The Somerset County Sanitary District has received reports of illegal dumping by a Domestic Septage Hauler in the Town of Princess Anne and Somerset County. These reports include the dumping of Septage Waste into the sewers of the Town of Princess Anne, dumping Septage Waste into a floor drain in a maintenance shop and the dumping of Septage Waste into a ditch.
All of the above noted actions are illegal and punishable with fines and/or jail. The dumping of Septage Waste into manholes in the Town of Princess Anne or into drains connected to the Town of Princess Anne Sewer is prohibited by Sewer Use Ordinance Amendment # 3 for the Use of Sewers Owned and/or Operated by the Somerset County Sanitary District. This Ordinance applies to the use of the sewer in Fairmount and the areas surrounding the City of Crisfield. The City of Crisfield has a Sewer Use Ordinance that also prohibits the dumping of Septage Waste into their Sewer System. The dumping of Septage Waste into a ditch or on the ground is prohibited by State of Maryland Environmental Laws. If observed, the illegal disposal should be reported immediately to the Somerset County Sanitary District at 410-651-3831 or after hours at 410-726-2794, to the Somerset County Health Department at 443-523-1730 or the Maryland Department of the Environment at 1-866-633-4686. Please include in your report the Date and Time, the Location and Hauler committing the offense.
SOMERSET COUNTY SANITARY DISTRICT COMMISSION
NOTICE OF REGULAR SESSION – March 12th
Thursday, March 12, 2020 – 1:00 p.m.
Somerset County Office Complex, Room 111
11916 Somerset Avenue
Princess Anne, MD 21853
We do not offer Online payments at this time. Please be aware that any website claiming to do so is not associated nor represents Somerset County Sanitary District.
The Sanitary District's mailing address has changed to: 11916 Somerset Ave. Box 1
Princess Anne, MD 21853
The Somerset County Sanitary Commission holds meetings at the Somerset County Office Complex (Rm.111), typically on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 1p.m. Refer to 2019 meeting schedule or 2020 meeting schedule (subject to changes), you can also view the current meeting Agenda.
List of County Holidays for 2020
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Somerset County Office Complex
11916 Somerset Ave.
Princess Anne, Md. 21853
Phone: 410.651.3831 (extensions listed below)
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm Mon. through Fri.
Sanitary Commission Members:
Adam Riggin -- Chairman
Rev. Charles Bagley-- Vice Chairman
Ellen Bush -- Secretary/Treasurer
D. Maxine Landon -- Member
Drenda Hall-- Member
Anthony J. Stockus -- General Manager (ext.4)