Below is all relevant connection and rate information for current customers, future customers, contractors, and commercial site selectors.
New User Connection Agreement
Any and all residents or businesses requesting to connect to the Montgomery County Regional Sewer District sanitary sewer service must be approved to connect by the District and issued a Connection Permit to do so. To apply for a Connection Permit, please fill out The Connection Permit Application Form and Sewer Inquiry Form and mail in with the following applicable payments. The Sewer District requires a one-time Capacity Fee of $1,500.00 per Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU) for each connection. In addition, the following table provides the permit and inspection fee prices.For more information about use of the sanitary sewer system and your responsibilities as a customer of the District, please review the New User Connection Agreement.
The District will review your application to calculate associated fees. Once your application has been approved, our accounting department will send you an invoice for the Connection and Permitting Fees.Please mail forms to:
Montgomery County Government Center
1580 Constitution Row Suite E Crawfordsville, IN 47933
To schedule a connection inspection, please call the district at least 48 hours in advance of your desired inspection time.
Phone: 260-224-5936 Email: email@example.com
The District requires that your connection to the sewer is inspected by the District Engineer prior to filling in the completed construction. To schedule a connection inspection, please call BCS Management at least 48 hours in advance of your desired inspection time. Inspections can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 3:30PM.
Below are the District’s Connection Standards and Grinder Pump specifications for users and their contractors. Only the Grinder Pump Station make and model specified is authorized to be installed to the District’s Collection System. Uniform grinder stations ensure that the Collection System operates correctly and prevents damage to the system.
The district adheres to the Indiana Code when enforcing connections to its sanitary sewer infrastructure. If you believe your property qualifies for an exemption under Indiana Code Section 13-26-5-2.5, please contact the district at firstname.lastname@example.org. The district’s exemption ordinance can be found below.