What determines the cost per property for public sewers?
The property owner cost is equal to the district cost divided by the district square footage, multiplied by the property owner square footage.

Property Owner Cost = (District Cost / District Square Footage) * Property Owner Square Footage

In 1999, city council implemented an assistance program to cap the property owners' costs for constructing the public sewers at $8,300 (which includes a $300 facility charge) per single family residential tract for all those opting to use the assistance program. No matter what size individual tract you own or what extra ordinary costs may be involved in your sewer district, this assistance program can be used to cap your tax bill at a maximum of $8,300. This does not include the cost to connect your home / business to the public sewer.

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1. How do I pay my sewer tax bill?
2. How do you initiate the construction of public sewers?
3. How is my monthly sewer bill calculated?
4. What actions are taken for sewer districts?
5. What are the advantages of public sewers?
6. What determines the cost per property for public sewers?
7. Where are the sewer lines located?
8. Who is responsible for the construction clean up?