All sites using recycled water must designate a site supervisor. The site supervisor is a person designated by the recycled water customer as the person responsible for overseeing the operations and maintenance of the on-site recycled water system, ensuring that the rules and regulations are followed, preventing violations, and for communicating with the City of Santa Rosa regarding recycled water use. The site supervisor represents the owner, tenant or property manager as a liaison with the City of Santa Rosa and must be available at all times.
All persons designated as site supervisors for a site using recycled water must attend a Site Supervisor Certification Training that is provided by the City of Santa Rosa, within the first 90 days of receiving recycled water service.
Who can be a site supervisor?
Any person who has the authority to carry out all the rules, regulations and requirements for recycled water use, has the authority to operate and maintain the on-site recycled water system, and has the authority to represent the owner, tenant or property manager in dealings with the City of Santa Rosa can be a site supervisor. It is recommended that the site supervisor be an employee who is permanently stationed at the use site.
What if the site supervisor changes?
If the property is transferred to a new owner or tenant, or a new site supervisor or landscape maintenance professional becomes responsible for system maintenance, the User must notify the City of Santa Rosa within 30 days in order to be in compliance with the conditions of their Permit and must attend the next available Site Supervisor Certification Training.
Virtual Recycled Water Site Supervisor Certification Training