Your monthly bill will vary based on meter size, water consumption, and drought status. Customers interested in learning ways to reduce their water use to minimize the effects of this rate increase can visit the City’s Water Conservation web pages. Additionally, the City has a Water Rate Assistance Program and Senior Disabled Low Income Discount program.
|Meter Size||Monthly Rate|
|5/8 Inch Meter||$21.47|
|3/4 Inch Meter||$21.47|
|1 Inch Meter||$30.39|
|1 1/2 Inch Meter||$52.71|
|2 Inch Meter||$79.49|
|3 Inch Meter||$164.30|
|4 Inch Meter||$289.28|
|6 Inch Meter||$588.33|
|8 Inch Meter||$1,079.32|
|10 Inch Meter||$1,704.21|
|12 Inch Meter||$2,239.84|
|Code||Lot Size||Monthly Rate|
|PR 01||0 - 5,000 Square Foot Lot||$48.77|
|PR 02||5,001 - 7,001 Square Foot Lot||$56.23|
|PR 03||7,001 - 11,000 Square Foot Lot||$70.98|
|PR 04||11,001 - 17,000 Square Foot Lot||$93.00|
|PR 05||Over 17,000 Square Foot Lot||$104.10|
* If a Single Family Residence property has a water meter that is read, then the appropriate Metered Water rate will be used.
Drought water rates shall be imposed when the State Water Resources Control Board imposes a mandatory conservation target that exceeds the City’s self-imposed conservation target.
Abbreviations: ccf = hundred cubic feet (1ccf = 748 gallons)
748 gallons = hundred cubic feet (Unit=hundred cubic feet)