What is the definition of a Sanitary District?

A Sanitary District is a special taxing zone allowed under the Code of Virginia. Its governing body holds several responsibilities:

  • Building and managing utilities like water, sewage, garbage disposal, lighting, fire-fighting equipment, streets, community centers, and more.
  • Acquiring, by various means, and operating such systems.
  • Imposing and collecting an annual tax on all property within the district.
  • The authority to eliminate nuisances within its territory.

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1. What is the definition of a Sanitary District?
2. How to create a Sanitary District?
3. What are the effects of a Sanitary District Status on Board of Directors?
4. What are the benefits of being a Sanitary District?
5. What are the drawbacks of a Sanitary District status?
6. How do you initiate the dissolution of a Sanitary District?
7. How many Sanitary Districts are there in Warren County?
8. What are the Sanitary Districts rates?
9. How do you initiate the creation of a Sanitary District?