Welcome to the website of the Boone County Regional Sewer District. We are Boone County’s wastewater collection and treatment utility serving unincorporated Boone County.

Water Usage Review

We completed our annual water usage review for each customer this past May, and any changes made should have been reflected on your statement from Boone Electric Cooperative beginning in June.  We conduct this review each year, using the water readings we receive from your water provider.  For most customers, we use readings from January, February and March to determine an average water usage for each customer.  We use the readings from these months to avoid including any excess water usage associated with summer, such as watering lawns or filling pools.  If you feel that your recent water usage is lower than the usage recorded on your current bill, feel free to give us a call and request a water usage review.  We are happy to make an adjustment to lower your bill when we can.

Workforce News

Please join us in congratulating Senior Equipment Operator Roy Freeman on his induction into the Golden Manhole Society.  Established in 1998 by the Missouri Water Environment Association, the Golden Manhole Society recognizes top professionals for their contributions to Collection Systems Operations and Maintenance.  Roy joined the BCRSD team in 1994 and has provided 21 years of dedication, professionalism and excellent service in the field.  We are proud to have him on our team and are pleased the Society has recognized his hard work.  Congratulations, Roy!

Capital Improvements Update

The Capital Improvements Program continues and is making progress.

  • The Rocky Fork Water Reclamation Facility and collection system construction continues.  This project will connect Phenora South, Wagon Trail, and Powell subdivisions to the new facility.  Clearview, Bon Gor and County Downs have already been connected.  The treatment facilities in all these neighborhoods will be closed.  Project completion is expected in fall of 2015.
  • The construction contract for Spring Park Interceptor project was awarded to Capital Railroad Contracting, Inc.  The lagoon will be closed prior to project completion, which is expected in spring 2016.
  • Hutchins Telecom was awarded the contract for Sunrise Estates NE and NW Interceptor and construction has begun.  Both lagoons at Sunrise Estates will be closed.  Project completion is expected in fall 2015.
  • The El Rey Heights Interceptor contract was awarded to Capital Railroad Contracting, Inc.  This project will remove the treatment plant at El Rey Heights.  Completion is expected in fall 2015.
  • The Westwood Meadows Interceptor contract was awarded to Sterling Excavation and Erection, LLC, and construction has begun.  This project will close the lagoon at Westwood Meadows, and completion is expected by fall 2015.
  • Gravity sewer was extended on Allton Park Road in order to remove a pump station.  Construction was completed June 2015.

Neighborhood Improvement District News
  • The Manchester Heights NID is in progress.  This project will close the lagoon for the subdivision and completion is expected winter 2015.
  • The Bolli Road NID project is coming soon.  Schultz Engineering is working on the design to replace private on-site systems with pressure sewers.  Completion is expected in fall 2017.
  • The Phenora North NID project has Schultz Engineering working to design gravity sewer connection and lagoon closure.  Project completion is expected in fall 2017.



Line Maintenance Schedule

The following neighborhoods are scheduled for line maintenance in the summer and fall:   Crestwood Hills; Valley Creek; Woods Mill; Bonne Femme Estates; Phenora; Powell; Clearview; Old Plank Meadows; Maple Meadows; Rayfield; Rocky Creek; Country Squire Estates; Eagle Knoll; and Trails West.

Cleaning the sewer lines involves using a sewer jet to propel water through all the main underground pipes in order to clear them of debris such as grease and grit.  If your home’s ventilation pipes are clogged or are not large enough, air forced through the sewer lines during jetting will vent through commodes or drains.  The escape of the air may force some water out of your commode or drains.  In order to prevent this from happening in your home, check your roof vent and make sure it is not clogged and get in the habit of keeping your commode lid down.

Learn more about line maintenance >

Septic Tank Pumping Schedule

Customers on rate B, rate D and rate E pay for septic tank cleaning every five years.

Learn more about Septic Tank Effluent Pump (STEP) systems and see the septic tank pumping schedule >

Does your homeowners insurance cover sewer back-ups?

Not all homeowner policies include coverage of sewer back-ups. Coverage can be added for a minimal charge. Check your policy. Talk to your insurance agent. Make sure your home is covered.