Water charges consist of two components - base rate and consumption. Consumption is billed in 1,000 gallon increments on a tiered billing structure.
|** Base / Minimum monthly rate||$14.30|
|Consumption per 1,000 gallons|
|1 to 20,000 gallons||$4.08|
|20,001 to 40,000 gallons||$5.10|
|More than 40,000 gallons||$6.12|
Sewer charges consist of two components – base rate and consumption. An industry-standard Winter Quarter Average (WQA) is calculated using December through February water consumption. Since water usage like outdoor watering and filling swimming pools is higher during summer months, the winter months are used to calculate your average because they provide a better picture of indoor water/sewer usage. The WQA determines the number of units you will be billed for sewer beginning in April each year. For new accounts, until the WQA can be established, actual water usage is charged for sewer. The maximum units charged for sewer is eight.
|** Base / Minimum monthly rate||$15.25|
|Unit cost per 1,000 gallons, max 8,000 gallons||$4.29|
*Water and sewer rates apply to residences inside the city limits. Rates increase 15% for outside-city-limit delivery.
**The base fee applies monthly regardless of consumption.
Sanitation / Garbage Collection
Weekly garbage collection is provided by Waste Connections (if you are located within city limits). View our interactive map to find your pickup day. The number of garbage cans billed is based on a Waste Connections audit. If you notice a discrepancy between your bill and the posted rates, please contact our office. Billing rates do not apply if trash service is provided in the terms of your apartment lease.
|Sanitation / Garbage Collection Rates|
|Monthly Rate - includes 1 trash can / 1 recycle can||$15.36 + tax|
|Additional trash can||$6.60 each per month|
|Additional recycle can||$1.52 each per month|
The drainage fee is used to maintain and improve the City’s drainage system, help prevent future flooding and reduce standing water in creeks, drainageways and culverts. A well maintained drainage system prevents flooding and prevents standing water which could foster an infestation of mosquitoes