Little Blue Valley Sewer District, a public agency created in 1968, operates two wastewater treatment facilities with a combined 54 MGD capacity in Jackson County, & Cass County.
LBVSD offers competitive wages & comprehensive benefits - paid vaca/sick/holidays; health, dental, life, vision ins.; paid training; tuition reimb.; retirement/ pension.
The geographic area of the District includes portions of Jackson and Cass Counties and the Cities of Belton, Blue Springs, Grandview, Independence, Kansas City, Lake Tapawingo, Lee's Summit, Raymore, Raytown, and Sugar Creek, and the Fort Osage School District, and Middle Big Creek Subdistrict. One federal installation, Alliant Techsystems, Inc. - Lake City Army Ammunition Division, is also located within the District's boundaries. Middle Big Creek is a separate geographic watershed area that was established as a Subdistrict of the Little Blue Valley Sewer District in 1992. The current customers of the Subdistrict include the communities of Greenwood, portions of Raymore, and Lee's Summit, Lake Winnebago, unincorporated Cass County, and the Mullendike and Dikeland Sewer Districts. The total land area served by the District is approximately 278 square miles.