To reduce runoff threats that threaten the quality of our local groundwater, the City of Naples and Collier County are continuing to assess and replace older septic systems with public utility access.
Naples City Council voted in October to convert all homes and businesses in the city’s service district from septic tanks to city-maintained sewers.
The $14 million project is a joint venture between Naples and Collier County. The city will offer utility supports to resident properties, while county officials are ensuring that enough storm drainage is placed. The project is expected to be completed in August of 2020.