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Wastewater FAQs

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Cecil County Sewer Service

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

(Updated 10/01/18)

Additional questions?
Call Wastewater Division at 410-996-6260

  • Can I dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications by flushing them down the toilet?

  • What can I do to help prevent sewer back-ups?

  • Is insurance coverage available to cover the cost of damages resulting from a sewer back-up?

  • Who is responsible for the cost of cleaning up a sewer back-up?

  • Who do I call and what do I do if I have a sewer back-up?

  • Who is responsible for maintaining the sewer lines?

  • Can I connect my sump pump, roof gutters, or other drains to the County sewer system?

  • What happens if I don’t pay my sewer bill?

  • What options are available for paying my sewer bill?

  • Who do I call if I have a question about my sewer bill?

  • How is my sewer bill calculated?

  • When will I receive my sewer bill?

  • I’m moving into (or from) a residence which has County sewer service. How do I start (or stop) sewer service?