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.


Request For Proposal - Riverdale Bridge Crane

The Duckett Creek Sanitary District is requesting proposals for the acquisition and installation of a 5 Ton freestanding bridge crane and hoist system for the Riverdale Treatment Facility. Click here for full bid specifications.

Bids must be received in a sealed envelope plainly marked: “Riverdale Bridge Crane” Bids will be opened Monday, July 20, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. CDST, at the office of the Duckett Creek Sanitary District located at 3550 Highway K, O’Fallon, MO 63368. The District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.


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.

Capital Improvement Program

Duckett Creek Sanitary District wants our customers to know where the bulk of the rate increase is being spent. The Capital Improvement Projects use some of those funds to accomplish much needed work. The projects planned are outlined on the 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.