INDUSTRIAL PARK SANITATION

   DISTRICT

          
   

About

​ The Industrial Park Sanitation District was organized as a quasi-governmental entity under the laws of the state of Colorado on August 8, 1969. The district was created to provide for the effective distribution and collection of water and sewage within the boundaries of the district. It is a member of the Colorado Special Districts Association. The district encompasses approximately 77 acres of industrial properties, which are located in Commerce City in Adams County, Colorado.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of Industrial Park Sanitation District to protect the public health and environment by providing reliable, efficient, and cost-effective wastewater collection service


Industrial Park Sanitation District complies with applicable State and Federal laws and does not discriminate against any individual based on race, color, ethnic or national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, creed, political beliefs, or disability in employment or receipt of the services it provides.


1987 Sanitary Sewer System Map


2018 Sanitary Sewer System Map



2020 SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM MAP (AUTOCad)


2020 sanitary sewer system map (gis)

2020 sanitary sewer system map (gis)


The District is operated under the direction of a 5-member Board. The Board meets monthly. Here is the Board Meeting Information.

Location:         Industrial Park Sanitation District
Day(s):             3rd Friday of each month
Time:               11:00 a.m.


President: Steve Knight

Vice President: Charles Atkinson

Secretary: Steve Appleman

Director: Jim Behmer

​ Legal Representative: Rick DeWitt