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Midway Sanitation District Emergency & 24 Hour Contact

Midway Sanitation District Emergency & 24 Hour Contact

Emergency/24 Hour Contact - 435-671-7387

Becky Wood, District Manager

435-654-3223 ext. 104  or

Cory Lott/Eric Mecham      Inspections & Blue Stakes

435-671-7205 or 435-671-0741

Jennifer Sweat, Billing 
435-654-3223 ext. 5 or

Public Meeting Notice

Public Meeting Notice

Public Notice

The Midway Sanitation District Board of Trustees will hold 12 regularly scheduled meetings during the year. Meetings will be held on the second Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) at the Midway City Office Building, 75 North 100 West, Midway, Utah. For Meeting Minutes, Agendas, Audio and Hand Out Information Please visit

2020 Sewer Cleaning Schedule

2020 Sewer Cleaning Schedule

Twin D, Inc. will be in town working on our 2020 sewer line cleaning starting mid-July. Please click on map for further Information: map

Preventing Sewage From Backing Up Into Your Home & Why Having Extra Insurance Coverage May Save You


Toilet Paper Shortage Clogs Sewers: ARTICLE

By Steve Knight | The Herald-Zeitung Mar 25, 2020

Stop. Think about what is being flushed down the toilet, the commode, the latrine, the loo.  
With toilet paper disappearing from store shelves, people are turning to alternatives.
And those alternatives — paper towels, wipes of any kind, napkins or rags — flushed down the toilet will lead to clogged pipes, sewer back-ups and possible costly repairs, according to New Braunfels Utilities.
“Non-toilet paper items can cause residential backups, problems at the wastewater treatment plants and possible sanitary sewer overflows,” said Melissa Krause, NBU’s executive director of communications and external affairs. “Please remember, the toilet is not a trash can.”
Wastewater experts also recommend not flushing down the toilet medicines, such as prescription pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter medications.

Toilet Paper Shortage Clogs Sewers: ARTICLE

Annual Reminder of Past Due Balances

Dear Midway Sanitation District Residents,

This letter is to remind our Midway Sanitation District customers that each September any past due sewer billings from the previous year (3rd Quarter 2019 – 2nd Quarter 2020 billing cycles) will be turned over to the County to be added to this years property taxes. After mid-September any MSD sewer payments from a previous billing cycle (other than the current billing cycle – 3rd Quarter) will need to be paid to Wasatch County at the County Treasurers Office and will be subject to additional collection fees based on county ordinances.

If you have a delinquent Midway Sanitation District account(s) and are having financial difficulties, undergoing additional complications or if you would like to set up any payment arrangements, please let us know what we can do to help.

We offer online bill pay at If you already use Xpress Bill Pay and have a past due balance, please log into your account and be sure to double check that everything is correct. If you have any billing questions or concerns about your account(s), please contact us at 435-654-3223, or feel free to email me at

Also, just a reminder that Midway Sanitation Districts’ sewer rates are based on household size. If you have recently had any changes in how many people live in your home, please let us know and we will adjust your billing as needed. Vacant homes with an active culinary water connection will be billed as regular occupancy per district policy.

Thank you for your attention in this matter, we hope that you are all doing well and staying healthy and happy! We miss seeing smiling faces at our offices during this pandemic!

Becky Wood

District Manager