With specific regard to new development, the District’s legislated policy is to provide the required utility services to the area now and as it continues to grow. It is, therefore, the agency’s intent to work closely with new development to assure that the utility services can be provided in a manner which is both timely and consistent with the standards and specifications of the District.
Download Loxahtchee River District forms for: Standard Developer Agreement, Sewer Easement Deed, Maintenance Bond, Irrevocable Letter of Credit, and License for Maintenance of Low Pressure Sewer System Pump Station, DEP Application, and DEP Certification.
I.Q. Water is wastewater that has been recycled and treated to meet stringent state standards to provide irrigation quality water. Download our Standard Irrigation Quality Water Agreement (Retail) form.
One of the most important tasks of the District over the past 30 years has been the elimination of septic tanks in our region, which pose a persistent threat to the environment. To date, over 85% of the 60,000 homes in our service area are served by the regional sewer system, and we are working to develop sewer installation programs for the remaining neighborhoods located in the urban areas.
Wastewater treatment plants are imperative for public health, as well as the protection of our community’s natural resources. The District’s wastewater system is made up of more than 1,325,000 feet or 250 miles of gravity sewer lines, nearly 1,000 low pressure pumping units, 195 pumping stations and 584,400 feet of major force mains. More information on our Wastewater Facility.
Currently, more than 50% of our state’s precious drinking water is being used for irrigation, which is both detrimental to the environment and expensive for residents. As populations rise, water conservation is of increasing importance, especially in growing communities like Jupiter. Reuse programs allow us to limit our impact and reserve our precious fresh water supplies for drinking water.
Stopping Sewer Service
Upon demolition of a residential or commercial building that is connected to the Districts sanitary sewer system a cut and cap of the service line is required. The service line from the building shall be cut and capped at the District’s service lateral. More information on Stopping Sewer Service.