Sewer Operating Committee
One Monument Dr
Princeton, NJ 08540
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Sewer Department plans, develops, and operates the Princeton municipal sanitary sewer collection system and River Road Convenience Center and is governed by Municipal Law. The Committee reviews development applications to calculate anticipated wastewater flow and possible sewer trust fund payment prior to issuance of building permits; issues sewer connection permits after review of application for compliance with “Rules and Regulations for House Connections and Sewer Extensions” for all installations and repairs of sewer laterals; is responsible for Inspection of Grease Interceptors of all retail food establishments, schools, institutions, etc., and is responsible for issuing Certificates of Compliance for proper connection of sump pumps, roof drains, and other surface and ground water drains (to be filed prior to transfer of property)
- Purposeful Education: parent and community education forums, school workshops, and parent coffee and conversations in home programs. Student Leadership includes programming for 11th and 12th graders through our Teen Advisory Group, Project GAIA (Growing Up Accepted as an Individual in America) and Corner House Student Board. Outreach programs support students 6th through 12th grade through Academic Support and Mentoring (AST), Support for at risk girls (STAR), Advocacy for Youth for 9th and 10th graders (AYP), World of Work for Youth for 11th and 12th grade girls (WOWY), and Princeton Youth Project for 11th and 12th grade boys (PYP).
- Individualized Treatment includes: Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Counseling (9 hours per week), Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center Treatment, Drug Court Treatment Program and a variety of treatment groups offered each evening for adults.