A Tradition of Service
The Ventura Regional Sanitation District is a non-tax supported public agency providing sanitation services. We offer the highest quality service at the lowest possible cost for our customers, and we will provide solutions by involving our staff, our customers, and our community.
The Ventura Regional Sanitation District (VRSD), a public waste management agency, was organized in 1970 pursuant to the County Sanitation District Act of the California Health and Safety Code Section 4700. VRSD is overseen by a nine-member Board of Directors who represent the eight cities and various special districts that receive services from the District.
Among our early achievements was the securing of grant monies for expansion of Ventura County wastewater treatment plants and assistance to the State of California in development of the County's initial Comprehensive Water Quality Plan.
VRSD added solid waste disposal to its range of services in 1972 when we assumed operation of Ventura County's publicly owned landfills. Today, we own and operate one active solid waste disposal site (Toland Road Landfill near Santa Paula) and are responsible for post-closure operations at five more.
In 1999, VRSD completed a plan to redistribute public monies to local cities and Ventura County, making the District a truly entrepreneurial public agency. We receive no tax-based support--our operations are funded by fees for the services we provide.
Our team of well-trained, experienced professionals takes pride in meeting the daily sanitation needs of more than 600,000 residents of Ventura County.
VRSD Board Meetings are held the first and third Thursday of each month, beginning at 8:30 AM. Members of the public are encouraged to attend. Due to the Covid-19 emergency, Board meetings are being held by video conference. See the upcoming meeting agenda for instructions on how to join the video conference.