The Ventura Regional Sanitation District is a public waste management agency organized in 1970 pursuant to the County Sanitation District Act, California Health Safety Code Section 4700. The District was instrumental in the cities of Oxnard, Ventura and Simi Valley to secure grant monies for the expansion of wastewater treatment plants in the early '70s. District employees were active in assisting the State in the development of the initial Comprehensive Water Quality Plan for Ventura County.
While originally formed to address regional wastewater treatment and disposal issues, the District assumed operation of Ventura County's publicly owned landfills in 1972. Today VRSD is an enterprise public agency, serving the sanitation needs of Ventura County and providing valuable services to County residents. – less–ZoomInfo