Article 3. Notice, Hearing, And Election of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 5. >> Part 3. >> Chapter 5. >> Article 3.

The time set for the hearing shall be not less than twenty nor more than forty days after the adoption of the resolution.
The governing body shall cause the resolution to be published twice in one or more newspapers published and circulated in the district. If no newspaper is published in the district, then the publication shall be made in a newspaper published in the county in which the district is located.
A copy of the resolution headed "Notice of Sewer Work," in letters not less than one inch in height, shall be posted in the district along the entire length of that street in the district which, in the opinion of the governing body, is traversed by the largest number of people. The notices shall be posted not less than 300 feet in distance apart, and not less than three notices shall be posted in any case.
Both the posting and the publication shall be completed at least ten days before the time set for the hearing. Affidavits of publication and of posting shall be filed with the clerk.
At the time set for the hearing, the governing body shall hear all persons or their representatives having any objections to the acquisition or construction of the works as proposed, also any suggestions that may be offered in the way of an amendment or modification of the proposition. The governing body may continue the hearing from time to time, and modify the boundaries of the area by eliminating territory, but no new territory shall be added.
If, before the conclusion of the hearing, a petition signed by not less than 15 percent of the owners or by not less than 15 percent of the registered voters in the specified area is filed with the governing body requesting that body to submit the proposition of acquiring or constructing the proposed works to an election of the registered voters in the area, the governing body shall forthwith call an election in the area for that purpose.
If called, the election shall be held and conducted, the votes received and canvassed, and the returns made, determined, and declared, so far as practicable, in accordance with the laws governing the enactment or rejection of city ordinances by means of the initiative or referendum.
If the proposal is not rejected at a referendum election, the governing body acquires jurisdiction to proceed.