Midway City Sanitary District
14451 Cedarwood Avenue
Westminster, CA 92683

Hours: Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM

Phone (714) 893-3553
Fax (714) 891-8624
Email: info@mcsandst.com
Emergency Phone: (714) 310-9004

Mission Statement

The Board of Directors and Employees of Midway City Sanitary District work diligently to provide sewer and solid waste services to the residents of the District. Our top priority is to accomplish this in an ethical, efficient, and cost-effective manner that will protect the health and safety of those we serve.

The Midway City Sanitary District is an independent special district formed in 1939 under the Enabling Act. The District is dedicated to protecting the environment by ensuring reliable sanitary services and maintains 174 miles of sewer mainline that transports 13 million gallons a day to treatment facilities for 100,000 residents residing in Westminster and Midway City.  The proactive maintenance and aggressive capital improvement program are standards we utilize for our mainline and four lift stations that help protect waterways and beaches from being contaminated by untreated sewage. 

Midway City Sanitary District also provides curbside refuse and recycling collection services to 19,878 residences within the District.  We are proud to have met the State mandate of diverting 50% of the community’s refuse from the landfill and we are striving to increase our diversion rate for a cleaner and healthier environment.



MCSD will be on a regular schedule for the month of April with NO closures or delays.

Midway City Sanitary District observes the following holidays:
New Year's Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

Do not put ANYTHING down your drain!
FOOD AND (FOG) FATS, OILS and GREASE should be placed into a container and then placed in your black cart. Wipe out all pots and pans with paper towels and throw them in the trash. NOTHING besides toilet paper down the toilet!

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The County of Orange is to construct the Midway City Street and Storm Drain Improvement Project in the unincorporated area of Midway City, which is to include construction of a 12-foot by 4-foot reinforced concrete box storm drain along Van Buren Street between Worthy Drive to Bolsa Avenue, including pavement reconstruction on Midway Place, Pine Street, Adams Street and McFadden Avenue. Construction is expected to last until May 2014.