Sewer Service & Rates

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It might not be glamorous, but sewer service is a necessity...and one that DWP provides for all water-service customers.

 

 

 

 

Sewer Rates

Sewer rates 

Code

Service Type

Current Rate

310

Inside Standard Wastewater
-Residential
-Mobile Home Parks - per space

$45.60

320

Motels & Hotels (per unit)

$7.59

320

Motels & Hotels (per living unit)

$45.60

340

Restaurants, supermarkets, mortuaries and bakeries - meter 1" or smaller

$163.28

341

Restaurants, supermarkets, mortuaries and bakeries - meter greater than 1"

$266.34

350

Laundries

$24.20

360

Inside Commercial 5/8" or City park restroom

$45.60

361

Inside Commercial 3/4"

$72.02

362

Inside Commercial 1"

$103.48

363

Inside Commercial 1 1/2"

$186.06

364

Inside Commercial 2"

$291.55

365

Inside Commercial 3"

$537.41

366

Inside Commercial 4"

$875.43

367

Inside Commercial 6"

$1,753.50

368

Inside Commercial 8"

$2,820.52

The monthly sewer charge is for your sewer service connection and is paid by all users connected to the City's sewer system. It is a non-variable charge based on account type, and/or meter size, that covers the fixed components of providing sewer service. Fixed costs include, but are not limited to, expenses such as treatment, disposal, debt service, regulatory compliance, customer service, billing, and preventive maintenance.

 

Help keep the sewer system flowing freely!


  • Don't put any fats, oils or grease (FOG) down the drain.
    These substances can clog the pipes in your home — and on your street. Learn more about FOG
  • Don't flush drugs (or toxic substances) down the drain
    Prescription drugs and other substances should be disposed of properly. Learn more...

 

Quick Facts About the Water Reclamation Group

  • Water Reclamation Facility #1 built in 1968
  • Serves approximately 144,000 customers
  • Maintains 444 miles of wastewater mains
  • Treats 13.5 million gallons per day on average
    Wonder how sewer effluent is treated? Watch an informational video about Water Reclamation Facility #1.

 

Find More Information About Your Sewer Service