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Wastewater Department


The City has a wastewater staff on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  If you are having a sewer problem, please call the Wastewater Department at 529-5940 during office hours or the Haysville Police Department at 529-5912 after hours and on weekends.


If you are having sewer problems and think you need a plumber, call the Haysville Wastewater Department first. The city has a staff who can come and check the city’s sewer system and determine if you need a plumber. This could save you time and money, along with helping to alert the Wastewater Department of possible problems in the area.


Sewer Back Ups

Municipalities generally are not liable for damages resulting from a sewer back up even if the back up originates in the City’s line. Many insurance companies offer sewer and drain endorsements as a rider to a homeowner’s policy. This rider typically covers both a sanitary sewer backup and sump pump failure. Check with your insurance company for details.


It is unlawful to open City manholes!

If you see anyone opening a city manhole, please notify the Police Department or the Public Works Department immediately.


Please help stop the vandalism!


Sewer Tap Fee

The fee for a new connection to the Haysville wastewater system is $250.00.


The City of Haysville is not affiliated with and does not endorse or regulate any company offering or providing water or sewer line insurance.


Did you know?

  • On average, Haysville Wastewater treats, 683 thousand gallons of wastewater every day.

  • The Haysville Wastewater Treatment Facility can handle 2 million gallons of wastewater every day.

  • There are 38 miles of sanitary sewer line in Haysville and more than 975 manholes in the City. Each of these numbers are rapidly increasing with the new developments in the City.

  • The City clears sewer lines with a high pressure cleaner, commonly called the jet truck. A vac trailer is used at the same time to remove debris (grit, grease, roots, etc...).

Lance Durfey

Wastewater Department Supervisor


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