Water & Wastewater Utility Rates

Effective Date

Effective January 1, 2024, the following rates will be implemented. Rates are composed of two parts:

  • Monthly service charge according to meter size
  • Monthly volume charge per 1,000 gallons consumed

Service Charge

The water and wastewater service charge increases by meter size; the larger the meter the greater the cost.

The transient meter and fire line meter base fees are a set amount each month regardless of meter size.

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Understanding Your Water Bill

Launch our interactive infographic and learn more about some of the listed items on your water bill.

Meter Size Water Wastewater
5/8 inches and 3/4 inches $15.90 $16.39
1 inches $24.82 $26.59
1.5 inches $65.97 $73.69
2 inches $102.69 $114.96
3 inches $221.65 $249.21
4 inches $613.16 $694.50
6 inches $1,200.34 $1,366.42
8 inches $1,499.48 $1,707.47
Fire Line $18.50  
Transient Meter  $56.30  

Volume Charge

The water volume charge per 1,000 gallons varies according to the user classes for water as shown below, and wastewater volume charge is uniform per 1,000 gallons. Each residential, commercial and landscape user will pay a separate rate of $3.57 for each 1,000 gallons consumed for water. This charge will be shown on the utility bill as a separate fee.

Water Rates (in gallons)
Increasing Block 0 to 3,000
Increasing Block 3,001 to 10,000
Increasing Block 10,001 to 20,000
Increasing Block Over 20,000
Uniform   $1.48
Seasonal Winter (October to April)
Seasonal Summer (May - September)
Surface Water
Wastewater Rates Uniform

Wastewater Charge

Commercial users will be charged wastewater based on 100% of water usage.

For residential customers, wastewater volume charges for April through the following March are based on the lesser of (1) average monthly water usage as billed in the most recent February and March months; -or- (2) Twelve thousand gallons.

For new residential customers that have not yet established a water usage history (February/March), wastewater volume charges for April through the following March are based on the citywide average monthly usage, currently 6,101 gallons.