What are the current stormwater monthly rates and fees?

The stormwater fee billed to landowners is based on the land use of the property and its location within the City. The land use provides an estimate of the amount of stormwater runoff generated by a given property, which is proportional to the fee that is charged. Developed properties within the Northwest Area are charged different rates than developed properties located in the storm-sewered areas in the remainder of the City. Parcels that are charged on a per-acre basis have their billable acreage reduced by the area of any mapped wetlands on the property.

2024 Stormwater Monthly Rates & Fees

The approved 2024 monthly rates for the stormwater utility are shown in the table below:


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1. What is a stormwater utility?
2. Why is a stormwater utility needed?
3. How was the current rate structure developed?
4. What are the current stormwater monthly rates and fees?
5. How will I be billed?
6. Why is the Northwest Area Developed rate higher than the Urban rate?
7. How are rates approved?
8. Why doesn’t the City use property tax revenue to cover these costs?
9. How does the fee structure address properties that retain most, or all, of the stormwater runoff they generate?
10. What happens to existing stormwater Special Tax District levies?
11. Are all of the various stormwater management features in the Northwest Area required, or are they unnecessary enhancements being forced on developers by the City?
12. Charging ISD 199 property and City-owned property the stormwater Utility Fee is an extra cost to taxpayers. Why was this action taken?
13. How are fees collected, and how is fund use tracked?
14. What are the benefits to my property of paying a stormwater fee? Why am I required to pay it?
15. Who can I call with questions about stormwater?
16. Can I get a printable version of these FAQs?