102 East Main Street
Stanford, KY 40484
** Upcoming Workshops presented by Bluegrass GreenSource:
Event flyer can be found here.
Workshop participants will learn how septic systems work and how to properly maintain them to prevent expensive repairs. Participants may qualify for financial assistance for a septic pumpout, repair, or installation: information and applications will be provided at the meeting. Must attend workshop to be eligible.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 @ Inter-County Energy - 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Monday, March 16th, 2020 @ Hustonville Baptist Church - 6 to 7:30
Find out more and register here.
Background of the Lincoln County Sanitation District
The Hanging Fork Nine-Key Element Watershed Plan, which was developed in conjunction with the Dix River Watershed Council, indicated elevated levels of E. coli bacteria in the Hanging Fork Watershed, of which human waste made up 75% of the fecal bacteria, while livestock averaged 25% (Watershed Based Plan, Hanging Fork Watershed, Third Rock Consultants, 2009). The large presence of human waste was attributed to failing septic tanks, straight pipes, and lack of sewer system.
In April 2011, the Lincoln County Fiscal Court adopted an ordinance establishing the Lincoln County Sanitation District as a result of these findings and initiated the development of the Phase I Sewer Project to mitigate the problem. Phase I installed a sanitary sewer system from Junction City (Boyle County) to Hustonville (Lincoln County) along the US Highway 127 corridor. This project provided access to wastewater collection for 605 previously unserved customers in western Lincoln County in the Hanging Fork Watershed. In 2017, construction was completed on the Phase I & IA project which provided sanitary sewer service to most of Hustonville and subdivisions north of McCormack's Church Road to the Lincoln County / Boyle County line.
The Lincoln County Sanitation District’s Phase I Sewer Project totaled nearly $8 million and was funded by multiple sources. Loans were granted by the United States Department of Agriculture – Rural Development and Kentucky Infrastructure Authority. Matching funds were provided by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, Stanford-Lincoln County Industrial Development Authority, and City of Hustonville. Grants were issued by Appalachian Regional Commission, Community Development Block Grant, United States Department of Agriculture – Rural Development, in addition to partial loan forgiveness extended by Kentucky Infrastructure Authority.
Application for Sanitary Sewer Service
Application for Sanitary Sewer Service - New Construction
Sewer Use Ordinance
Amended Sewer Use Ordinance
LCSD Billing Policy
Info. for Sewer Customers
Service Fee Schedule
Phase II Sewer Project
Frequently Asked Questions about Phase II
Phase II Project Map
Hanging Fork Watershed Brief
Lincoln County Sanitation District By-laws
Kentucky State Plumbing Law, Regulations and Code Book
Ground Water Pollution from Septic Tanks
Lincoln County Sanitation District Nationally Recognized by PISCES Program
Lincoln County Sanitation District in Kentucky Recognized by EPA for Excellence and Innovation in Clean Water Infrastructure
Lincoln County Sanitation District Receives 2018 H20 Award
Lincoln County Sanitation District named Environmental Pacesetter by Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection