To provide safe, reliable, and economical utility services to all customers in the districts we serve.


The Utility Maintenance District Division budget provides for the operation and maintenance of the various utility districts governed by the Board of Supervisors.  This budget funds the staffing, services, and equipment needed to provide domestic water, sanitary sewer, and storm drain pumping services to the residents of these districts.  Services are provided to customers within a variety of County Special Service Districts, representing the equivalent of a city of more than 18,000 in population.  A city of this population would typically cover an area of five square miles and be serviced by 10 wells, 1 sewage treatment plant, and 20 storm drain pumps.  The Utility Maintenance District Division operates and maintains 30 water systems with 52 wells; 3 sewage treatment plants; 9 sewage pumping stations; and 70 storm drain pumping stations.  These systems are spread throughout the 1,448 square miles of the County.

The Utility Maintenance District Division operates on a seven-day work week schedule and provides 24-hour response to emergency situations.

Utility District Maintenance
Ben Guzman, Superintendent
1702 E. Scotts Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 468-3090
Fax: (209) 468-3172
Hours: 7:30am to 4:00pm
  • Water System Operation and Maintenance
  • Sanitary Sewage System Operation and Maintenance
  • Storm Drain Pump System Operation and Maintenance