Duckett Creek Sanitary District is seeking quotes from qualified vendors to establish an annual agreement for Aquarium Maintenance Services and Supplies on an as needed basis in accordance with the attached specifications. Bids are due by 2:00 p.m on February 3, 2021. Aquarium Maintenance RFP

Request for Bid – Chemical Control

Duckett Creek Sanitary District (the District) is soliciting competitive bids for chemicals. The term of the agreement shall be a one-year period with the option to renew for two (2) additional one-year extensions under the same terms and conditions. Request for Bid – Chemical Control

Request for Qualifications – Easement Negotiation and Acquisition

Duckett Creek Sanitary is requesting qualifications for real property easement negotiation and acquisition services for up to ten properties at O’Fallon Hills. Duckett Creek Sanitary District is currently planning to implement lift station improvement located in O’Fallon Hills in 2021. Construction and completion of this […]

Flushable Wipes Will Clog Your Pipes!

Disposable wipes are products of our society’s never-ending desire to make our lives easier.  However, as you will learn, the desire to make our lives easier is actually making our lives more complicated.  The disposable wipe industry has evolved to fit the consumer but has […]

Clear the F.O.G.!

Fat Oil and Grease (F.O.G.) What does the District mean when stringing the words Fat, Oil and Grease together?  It refers to a problem every wastewater District in the world encounters.   Some people have a tendency to pour hot or liquefied fat, oil or grease […]

Customer Service Enhancements

Effective January 1st, 2019 credit card payments are accepted after hours by phone using an automated service. Simply call our regular office line for this payment option.  Fees apply. Also effective Jan 1st 2019, courtesy phone call reminders will start for accounts subject to disconnection. […]

Duckett Creek Sanitary District – Who We Are and What We Do

The Environmental Protection Agency was created in 1970 under the direction of President Nixon.  The Clean Water Act was enacted into law soon after to establish guidelines and rules to protect rivers, streams and lakes from wastewater pollutants. Duckett Creek Sanitary District was subsequently created […]