Marion County Service Districts
Marion County currently has five service (or special) districts that provide sewer, water, stormwater, law enforcement, and/or lighting services. They are the Brooks Community Service District, East Salem Service District, Fargo Interchange Service District, Illahe Hills Street Lighting District, and Labish Village Sewage and Drainage District. The Marion County Board of Commissioners is the governing body of each district.
Hearing to Adopt the Budgets for all Districts:
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 2:00 PM
If restrictions are still in place due to COVID-19, this meeting will likely be held virtually. Otherwise, it will be held at 555 Court St NE in Salem. Please continue to check back here for more updates.
5155 Silverton Road NE
Salem, OR 97305
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Brooks Community Sewer District was formed in 1989 to provide sewer and water service in the Brooks community northeast of Salem.
The East Salem Sewage and Drainage District was formed in 1965 to provide sewer service to residents east of Salem. Lighting districts were added in 1971 to provide neighborhood street lights installed and maintained by PGE.
The Fargo Interchange Service District was formed in 1992 to correct system problems and provide sewer service to the surrounding area of Ehlen Road and I-5.
The Illahe Hills Street Lighting District was formed in 1962 and the Marion County Board of Commissioners began acting as the district board in 2011. It provides street lighting service to the residents of the district.
The Labish Village Sewage and Drainage District was formed in 1975 and provides sewer service to the Labish area north of Salem.