Mission Statement

Duckett Creek Sanitary District will provide the highest quality sanitary sewer service in the most cost efficient manner while protecting and preserving the environment, quality of life, and promoting economic development in St. Charles County.


Lateral Insurance Program - HomeServe

To the valued customers of Duckett Creek Sanitary District,

We do our best to keep our sewer mains clear of blockages caused by tree roots and other items.

However, you, the homeowner, are responsible for the exterior sewer line on your property your private lateral that runs from your home to our sewer main.

When a sewage back-up or stoppage occurs in your home as a result of roots, debris, breakage or other issues in your private lateral, it is in everyone’s best interest to have it inspected quickly. The back-up could be isolated to just your home or could be associated with a larger problem, affecting numerous homes in the area.

Therefore, we have reviewed several firms and have selected HomeServe to be our preferred provider of optional Exterior Sewer Service Line Coverage.

Read more about Duckett Creek Sanitary District's roll in the lateral insurance program Lateral Insurance Program Lateral Insurance Program

To learn more about Homeserve or to sign up for insurance click the Homeserve logo below.

Request For Bids - Used Vehicles

The Duckett Creek Sanitary District is accepting bids for the sale of the following vehicles:

One (1) 2009 Ford F150 Extended Cab 4x4 Pick-up. 4.6 liter gasoline engine, PS, PB, AM/FM, A/C, auto trans. 137,518 Miles, VIN # 4839

One (1) 2008 Ford Escape XLT 4x4 3.0 liter gasoline engine, PS, PB, AM/FM, A/C, auto trans. 135,800 Miles, VIN # 6273

One (1) 2007 Ford F150 XL 4x4 short bed 4.6 liter gasoline engine, PS, PB, AM/FM, A/C, auto trans, 138,400 Miles, VIN # 9727
*Please Note: Toolbox in picture is not included*

Bids shall be placed in a sealed envelope clearly marked “USED VEHICLE BID”. The vehicle(s) must be identified in the bid by the last four digits of the VIN number. Bids shall be sent to the Duckett Creek Sanitary District, 3550 Hwy-K. O’Fallon, MO 63368. Bids shall be opened Tuesday, October 28th. 2014 at 2:00 P.M. CDST at the District Office.

Vehicles shall be sold “As Is” with no warranty expressed or implied. Payment shall be cash or certified check only. The District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Vehicles can be inspected by appointment only. Call (636) 441-1244 and ask for Dwayne Wolpers to arrange an appointment.

Request For Proposal

Duckett Creek Sanitary District Is accepting bids for 30,894 feet of Cured In Place Pipe. All bid proposals must be received no later than 1:30 pm on October 16, 2014 at our main office at 3550 Hwy K, O'Fallon, MO 63368. To request a bid packet please contact Todd Rasche at 314-574-1066. Click here for bid specifications

Employees Getting Involved

Saturday, September 20th, a group of Duckett Creek employees volunteered to work on Habitat for Humanity projects. Habitat for Humanity of St Charles builds or refurbishes homes for members of our community with housing needs. The homes are not free to the recipients. They are required to help build or rehab and are given a mortgage when the home is complete. The money is then used to build or rehab the next project. To learn more visit http://habitatstcharles.org/.

Duckett Creek Sanitary District volunteers worked alongside the future home owners. We worked on yards, driveways, siding framing and so on. In their own words one volunteer from Duckett Creek made this statement. “This was one of the most rewarding efforts I’ve ever been associated with.” As you can see from the pictures, we had a great day. The weather was great and everyone was happy to be involved.

2014 Capital Improvement Program

Duckett Creek Sanitary District wants our customers to know where the bulk of the rate increase is being spent. The 2014 Capital Improvement Projects use some of those funds to accomplish much needed work. The projects planned are outlined on the 2014 CIP Overview Map. Click on the map image below to go to the interactive map page. Please let us know if you have any questions.