Welcome to the Official Website of Seeley Lake Sewer District

OUR MISSION

The Seeley Lake Sewer District was formed in 1992 to assist the community in determining the need and cost of a centralized sewer system.  The District's goals are to:

1. Identify grant opportunities and other funding strategies that support an affordable sewer project

2.  Address water quality concerns from high density septic system influence

3.  Facilitate solutions related to design, construction, acquisition or financing needs for proposed improvements

ANNUAL FEE ASSESSMENT & COMMITTE MEETINGS

At the June 16th, 2022 meeting the Seeley Lake - Missoula County Sewer District Board approved the FY23 budget and fee assessment methodology.  A notice of the fee assessment public hearing, on July 28, 2022, was mailed out on June 21, 2022.  See the link below for details:

FY23 Fee Assessment Methodology Public Notice

Notice of Public Hearing  07 28 2022

SLSD FY23 Budget - Approved

 

Committee Meetings

The committee will meet with the next two companies that responded to the District's Request for Qualifications as follows: 

July 20th @ 6:00pm  Morrison Maeirle

August 9th @ 6:00pm  AquaTech

These meetings will be held at the Barn, 2920 Highway 83, Seeley Lake and Zoomed.  See the board meeting link above.

BOARD MEETINGS

Starting in July the board meetings will be held in person at the Barn, 2920 Highway 83 and via Zoom. 

Please use the information below to join the meetings either via the internet or telephone.  

Telephone:  (669) 900 6833

Meeting ID:  826 7141 5251

Password:    821600

Link for August Meetings

THE REGULAR AUGUST BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY AUGUST 18, 2022 BEGINNING AT 6:00PM AT THE BARN, 2920 HIGHWAY 83, SEELEY LAKE, MT & VIA ZOOM.

 

Hello August...It's Really Hot Out There

Hello August...It's Really Hot Out There

August 01, 2022

Raise your hand if you are surviving a heat wave!

We have made it to the peak of our summer months and the peak of summer pests.

It takes some serious skill to keep the bugs at bay and the lawn looking fresh this time of year.

And to be honest, with school starting back-up and a change of seasons on the horizon, no one is particularly interested in spending their extra-time on extensive lawncare routines.

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