What is the IWRP and how does it affect my water bill?

The Integrated Water Resources Plan (IWRP) was recently adopted by City Council - the result of several years of work by the IWRP Task Force. The IWRP includes recommendations on how best to meet the long term water needs for our city, considering the cost, reliability and yield of new water supply options.  For more information, please visit: http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/1747/Integrated-Water-Resource-Plan

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1. How long has it been since the City increased utility rates?
2. Do I have to do anything to receive the increase to my homestead exemption?
3. Are the remaining voter-approved park bond projects funded in the proposed budget?
4. What is the IWRP and how does it affect my water bill?
5. What is the impact of the tax rate to my City tax bill?
6. Will I continue to see a surface water charge on my water bill?
7. How much will my water bill increase?
8. Over the past few years, we have seen a significant reduction of retail sales in physical stores, the closing of businesses, etc. Has this factor been built into the projected income from sales tax?