Your sewer service rates and charges ensures that the District can continue to protect public health and safeguard water quality by efficiently and effectively collecting, conveying, and treating our wastewater. Each day the District collects approximately 7 to 8 million gallons of sewage. This comes from roughly 25,500 homes and 1,500 businesses over a roughly 47 square-mile service area. The service charge is necessary for the District to provide you with a high level of reliable and professional service across three core areas:
- Operations & Maintenance
- Restoration & Replacement
- Administration & Customer Service
The rate a customer will pay is dependent upon where you are located. The District has multiple service areas, or “tiers”, which have different costs for the District to provide service in the area. Therefore the rates and charges do vary depending on the area. Information, including maps, for each of these areas is provided below.