Since its formation in 2006, the Crockett Sanitary Department has been overseen
by a five-member Sanitary Commission that oversees sewer service in the town of Crockett, appointed by the District Board to serve
two-year terms. Commissioners must reside within Crockett. They receive no compensation.
In the performance of its duties, the Crockett Sanitary Commission has the
authority to set policy, make and enforce regulations, regulate sewer use
and construction, charge for services, incur expenses, and enter into
Commissioners are subject to the Conflict of Interest Code and must file
Statements of Economic Interests required by the
Fair Political Practices Commission.