A delegation from Ironhouse Sanitary District attended the CASA Washington DC Policy Forum from February 23rd to 26th in February 2020.The attendees learned of new initiatives aimed at protecting our water and infrastructure from emerging challenges like plastic, medical, and...
About Ironhouse Sanitary District
For nearly 75 years, Ironhouse has provided sanitary services for more than 45,000 customers in the Oakley and Bethel Island area.
The District treats approximately two-million gallons of recycled water every day at its award-winning technologically advanced Water Recycle Facility, located north of Main Street near downtown Oakley.
Dawn Morrow is currently the President of the Ironhouse Sanitary District Board of Directors. Dawn and her husband Brad have been residents of Oakley for over 28 years. After retiring from 20 years as a Millwright, Morrow earned Certificates in Graphic Design and Digital Publishing from Los Medanos College.
Ironhouse Sanitary District is an innovative district with a state-of-the-art treatment facility. ISD ratepayers have a major investment in this facility, infrastructure and property, that I have worked to preserve and sustain for the future.
A community champion for 3 decades, Dawn has deep roots in Oakley, working to improve lives of residents, like Veterans and Seniors. Morrow attended Oakley's first Leadership Academy (2014) as well as East Bay Leadership Council's Build the Bench program (2019).