Who is responsible for my sewer service?

The property owner is responsible for the entire length of a sewer service from the building to the sewer main. Any manholes that are along this private service are considered part of that private sewer service and must be maintained by the property owner as well. If you are in need of sewer line cleaning, please conduct an internet search for Plumbing-Drain & Waste Line Cleaning for local providers of this service. If you are in need of a sewer repair or replacement, please the list of Licensed Drainlayers here

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1. Where can I find a list of the City of Framingham's Licensed Drainlayers? How do I become a Licensed Drainlayer?
2. What do I do if I see sewage in my house, yard, or in the street?
3. Who is responsible for my sewer service?
4. How do I know if I have a sewer blockage?
5. How can I protect myself from sewer blockages?
6. What is okay to flush down my toilet?
7. What is NOT okay to put in the sewer system?
8. Can I connect my sump pump to the sewer?
9. What do I do if a City manhole cover is making noise, visibly damaged, or missing?
10. Am I allowed to open a manhole cover myself?