As communities face the burden and costs of crumbling infrastructures, the need for sanitary sewer system flow monitoring is necessary. Through regular observation by the project team’s field crews and data analysts, pipe deterioration, structure defects, and flow issues were identified. Using the data gathered, inflow/infiltration issues were also identified to help aid in a plan to prevent community basement backups. As a result, the District was able to proactively determine how to keep the sanitary sewer system functioning properly and avoid unexpected costs. This project saved the District money by eliminating unnecessary future upgrade projects and additionally helped communities bill customers for sewer usage accurately and efficiently.