Odor Sources

There are several sources of potential causes for odors in your home or neighborhood.  It may or may not come from the sewer.  If you have a sewer odor in your home, first look for the source in the bathrooms and kitchen. Pour a gallon of water down the floor drains, shower drains and sinks that are not used often. If this does not solve the problem, call the South Valley Sewer District’s main office.

How To Contact Us

South Valley Sewer District Main Office

Jordan Basin Water Reclamation Facility

How to Report Sewer Odor

South Valley Sewer District is committed to odor control. However, we cannot guarantee that there will be no odors in our existing sewer system.

Please call the District if you experience odors, and we will do everything we can to restore our high level of odor control.

  • Try to locate the source of the odor.
  • Report the odor as soon as possible. Give the location of the odor and the time it occurred. That information will ensure the agency responding can locate the odor and take corrective measures to eliminate it.
  • For odors occurring in homes, businesses and local storm drains, call the South Valley Sewer District main office. The phone number to your local agency can be found in your sewer bill.
  • For odors that can’t be specifically located, call the South Valley Sewer District main office for assistance.