Storm drains are frequently located in streets, usually along curbs, but may also be in alleys, driveways, etc. You may have seen logos of fish painted near them with a warning against dumping of toxic materials into them. Stormwater and irrigation runoff from gardens and lawns, car washing, etc., runs down the streets via gutters into the storm drains. The runoff flows through pipes into ponding basins and either infiltrates into groundwater or discharges into canals or local rivers Sanitary sewers collect wastewater and greywater discharged from toilets, sinks, and showers in homes and carries it to the SKF wastewater treatment plant where the organic wastes are treated.
Sewer services in Kingsburg are provided by the Selma-Kingsburg-Fowler County Sanitation District (S-K-F). S-K-F is a public agency formed by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors through authority granted in the County Sanitation Districts Act and the Health and Safety Code of the State of California
Questions or comments regarding the sewer system for Kingsburg can be directed to S-K-F: P.O. Box 158 Kingsburg, CA 93631 Phone: 559-897-6500