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Invitation to Propose

The Mt View Sanitary District (MVSD) invites qualified consultants to prepare a marsh management plan for the 138-acre McNabney Marsh in Martinez, CA. This Request for Proposals is to solicit interested parties (individuals, teams, or firms) to work with MVSD to provide:

  1. A management plan with goals and objectives for both the short-term and long-term management of the site;
  2. An assessment of the current conditions within McNabney Marsh;
  3. An assessment of the possible conditions expected within McNabney Marsh after replacement ofthe UPRR Bridge structure over Peyton Slough as it enters McNabney Marsh.

Interested parties are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Proposal to provide the services as described in the the attached RFP.

Request for Proposals

Task Order Template

PSHRP Vicinity Map

Professional Services Agreement

Benicia-Martinez Bridge Project Natural Environment Study and Biological Assessment December 1995

Biological Survey of Peyton Slough December 1987

EPA832-R-93-005f September 1993

Feasibility Study For Proposed Culverts At Peyton Slough And McNabney Marsh – June 2006

Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring for The Peyton Slough Remediation Project February 2003

Initial Study and Negative Declaration for The Waterbird Regional Preserve Land October 1999

McNabney Channel Dredging Biological Assessment March 2006

McNabney Vegetation Monitoring 2011

MVSD Marsh Management Plan 1996

Peyton Marsh Complex Natural Resources Management & Monitoring Plan March 1999

Peyton Slough Tide Gate Analysis_Sept 2005

Peyton Slough Wetlands Evaluation Report June 1995

Rhodia Martinez Permitting Peyton Slough Final Report 03-21-2002

Shell Marsh Mitigation Study 06-1997 with EBRPD Letter

Summary McNabney Marsh Enhancement Projects

Waterbird Regional Preserve 10-19-1999

Wetlands Management Program August 1986

For additional background Information, please visit the Marsh Information Page.

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District Board of Directors and Employee Compensation

As part of the ongoing commitment to government transparency, the State Controller’s Office posts a statewide database of salaries and compensation as reported by California cities, counties, and special districts for all job classifications. For information on the compensation of the District’s Board of Directors and Employees please follow this link to the Government Compensation in California Website.

Free Recycled Water for Residential Use available

Through the partnership between Mt. View Sanitary District (MVSD) and Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (CCCSD), MVSD customers are eligible to get free recycled water from CCCSD. In this time of drought, CCCSD’s recycled water program provides a much needed resource. The recycled water can be used to hand-water lawns, gardens and landscaping, to help save drinking water supplies.

Free Recycled Water for Residential Use available, PDF 995K

Our Mission

To protect the public health and environment by providing high value, quality wastewater collection, treatment, reclamation and related service programs.

The Mt. View Sanitary District (MVSD) provides wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services for the northeasterly portion of the City of Martinez and adjacent unincorporated lands to the northeast. The District collaborates with the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (CCCSD) to provide a permanent Household Hazardous Waste Collection facility and disposal services for the central portion of the county. Find out more…

Updates

Sewer System Management Plan 2014

Recorded Notice of Exemption – Influent Pump Station Contract No 1-14

Upcoming Events

Home Composting Workshop: Saturday, March 21, 2015

John Muir Birthday – Earth Day Celebration: Saturday, April 18, 2015

Earth Day Cleanup in McNabney Marsh: Saturday, April 25, 2015

Wetlands Birding Field Trip: Saturday, May 16, 2015