2013 Utility Rates
More information about the Utilities Division's changes to water, wastewater and stormwater/flood management is available in the 2013 Annual Budget.
Utility revenue increases are considered by City Council beginning in October of each year, as part of the citywide budget process.
Utility rates are set so that sufficient revenues are generated to support operations, maintenance and improvements for each of the city utilities. There are different calculations of fixed costs for each of the different utilities.
Monthly Water User Charges
Quantity Charges/1,000 Gallons (apply to all customers)
Bulk Water and Metered Hydrant Rate = $8 per 1,000 gallons
Monthly Wasterwater User Charges
Quantity Charges / 1,000 Gallons
Average Winter Consumption (AWC)
The wastewater quantity charges for residential customers are billed using actual water use or Average Winter Consumption (AWC), whichever is less. AWC means the average water use per month during the most recent December through March time period. Non-residential customers are billed for wastewater quantity charges based on actual use or indoor water budget allocation depending on their selected water budget option.
Monthly Stormwater and Flood Management Fees
Owners of single-family dwellings within the city limits will pay the following monthly stormwater fees.
The fee for all non-single-family dwellings is individually calculated.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 12:22