Utility Service Rate Table
How Water is Measured for billing
Water is billed in 100 Cubic Ft. also known as a consumption. Each consumption equals 748 gallons.
|Water Consumption Charges||Cost Per Consumption|
|First 2 Consumptions||$3.64|
|Next 8 Consumptions||$3.81|
|Next 10 Consumptions||$3.99|
|Next 20 Consumptions||$4.31|
|Next 20 Consumptions||$4.61|
|Next 600 Consumptions||$4.89|
|Meter Size||Minimum Bill|
|1 1/2 Inch||$66.89|
|2 1/2 Inch||$133.16|
How to Calculate the Residential Water Charge on Your Bill
Take the base rate of the size of your meter and add consumption usage based on the rate chart above.
5/8 Inch Meter= $17.91 plus Consumptions, which if you used 5 would = 2 consumptions @ $3.64 plus 3 consumptions @$3.81 = $36.62
Meter Size Cost + Consumptions = Total Bill
Sanitary Sewer Charges
The Charge for sanitary sewer rates shall be determined by water consumption. For each residential user, the monthly sewer charge for each billing from April through the following March shall be the same, and shall be based on the average monthly water usage billed in the preceding months of January, February and March.
For all Retail users except residential users, the monthly sewer charge shall be based on the monthly water usage billed in the same month.
Water Rates for Wholesale Customers
Note: 100 Cubic Feet = 748 Gallons