Our Mission is to provide Reliable Sewer Collection, Treatment and Disposal Service at a Reasonable Cost to the Richardson Bay Sanitary District through its own actions and as a member of the Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin.
To fulfill this mission, the District works diligently to implement necessary capital improvements to preserve and improve District infrastructure and provide oversight in establishing ongoing operation and maintenance activities that are efficient, cost-effective, comprehensive and environmentally responsible.
The District is an independent local agency governed by an elected Board of Directors, who are all residents of the District. A District Manager, appointed by the Board, runs the day-to-day operations of the District and advises the Board.
The Board meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at 4:00PM at the District Office. Our District Manager is Johnny Tucker.
Board of Directors for Richardson Bay Sanitary District
|Board Member||Term Expires||Ethics Training Expires|
|Peter McIntosh – President||12/2026||11/2024|
|David Eklund – Secretary||11/2024||11/2024|
|Jeff Slavitz – Director||11/ 2024||11/2024|
|Mark Fitzgerald – Director||11/2026||11/2024|
|Patrick Walravens – Director||11/2026||11/2024|
Board Member Compensation
Compensation of Board Members is as provided by law. Compensation is currently set at $125.00 for attendance at a regular scheduled Board Meeting, a Board approved Special Meeting and a SASM Commissioner meeting. Directors are also eligible for inclusion on the District’s dental plan
Wastewater Collection System Management
Richardson Bay Sanitary District will provide proactive leadership in wastewater collection system management to promote reliable, efficient and cost-effective service to its customers.
Operations and Asset Management
Richardson Bay Sanitary District will conduct its operations and plan, design, build and maintain its facilities cost effectively, efficiently and securely.
Richardson Bay Sanitary District will maintain a long range, well planned, equitable and stable financial condition and be a steward of the public’s funds.
Richardson Bay Sanitary District will continue to recognize that its employees are its most valuable asset.
Richardson Bay Sanitary District will plan and implement its activities in an environmentally responsible manner.