Between 1985 and 1990, the Sanitary District of Decatur established thirteen acres of restored native prairie on the west side of Dipper Lane. The District is now faced with constantly fighting an invasion of non-native and woody plants. Because this is not our area of expertise, the Sanitary District partners with the Macon County Conservation District […]
The Sanitary District of Decatur is looking to better understand public awareness of the District and what we do to provided wastewater services through a public survey. The survey is the first of several educational efforts the District is undertaking in 2022 to help drive public awareness about the value a well-maintained sewer system has […]
The Sanitary District of Decatur is reminding residents to never flush wipes, feminine hygiene products and more – even if the package claims they’re flushable. Flushing these items causes sewage back-ups in homes and costly break-downs of wastewater treatment equipment, which in turn can potentially contaminate local waterways and pose a health and safety risk. […]
The Sanitary District of Decatur was formed in 1917 and is the regional wastewater treatment authority for central Macon County Illinois providing wastewater treatment services to the residents and industrial and commercial users in the Decatur metropolitan area including Argenta, Decatur, Forsyth, Mt. Zion and Oreana.