Rancho Murieta Community Services District (District) provides essential services to an area of 3,500 acres (covering roughly five and a half square miles) located in the beautiful wooded hills of eastern Sacramento County. The approved master plan calls for residential development on 1,920 acres with single-family residences, townhouses, apartments, and mobile homes for a total of 5,189 units. Current estimates indicate Rancho Murieta has 2500 households with a population of over 6,000 persons. The community is a balanced blend of both custom and production homes, townhouses, mobile homes, and a thriving retail complex. In addition, an airport, office building, fire station, and equestrian center are located in the District. The District currently maintains over $43,000,000 in plant, property and equipment assets.
The District acts as the local government, providing the following essential services:
- Water supply collection, treatment, and distribution;
- Wastewater collection, treatment, and reuse;
- Storm drainage collection, disposal, and flood control;
- Security; and
- Solid waste collection and disposal.
A combination of taxes and fees fund these services.
The District’s affairs are directed and governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected at large by registered voters within the jurisdiction. Policy direction is set by the Board of Directors and administered by the General Manager. The District’s General Manager is Mark Martin, appointed in 2017.
The Rancho Murieta Community Services District's Administration Office (District Office) is located at 15160 Jackson Road, in Rancho Murieta.
You can call or visit the District Administration Office to make payments, pay fees for water meter installations, water and sewer inspections, get answers to billing questions, request copies of public documents, and to conduct other general business.