The Sanitation Department operates and manages Greenwood’s sanitary sewer system, which features nearly 500 miles of existing pipe serving more
than 24,000 residents, businesses, schools and other organizations in northern Johnson County. Sanitary sewer/waste management bills are sent
to property owners monthly.
367 S. Washington St.
Greenwood, IN 46143
Keith Meier, Sanitation Superintendent
The City of Greenwood has launched a public education and outreach campaign asking residents to identify and correct illegal sump pump and downspout connections. Such illicit connections occur when sump pumps, downspouts, etc. are tied to the sanitary sewer system rather than properly discharging into the yard, storm swale or stormwater system.
The Sewer Availability Fee (SAF) is a one-time fee to connect to Greenwood’s sanitary sewer system. The fee is based upon the size of the water meter installed in the building.
|5/8 to 3/4 inch:||$2,073|
Since 2012, the City of Greenwood is under an Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Agreed Order to institute certain improvements and policies subject to a Compliance Plan. This plan outlines the City's proposed maintenance program, operations and capacity improvements, information management program, and training and review program.