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Proposed Rates and Fees for 2022 and 2023

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EMWD is a government agency that provides services based on the actual cost of operation and maintenance. The EMWD Board of Directors adopts a biennial operating budget that goes into effect on July 1, each year. Part of that process is setting rates. One of EMWD’s critical business objectives is to keep costs, and therefore rates, as low as possible for all customers. When compared with other agencies providing similar services in the surrounding area, EMWD’s rates are consistently among the lowest.

EMWD's  proposed rates compared to other inland agencies

During a public hearing on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, the EMWD Board of Directors will consider nominal water and sewer rate increases that reflect the increased costs of imported water, rising maintenance and environmental regulatory compliance costs, along with investments in technology and infrastructure.

The following information summarizes the proposed changes to rates and fees for 2022 and 2023, when compared to 2021 rates and fees.

Residential

Water budgets only apply to customers who are billed directly by EMWD. Sewer blocks only apply to residential customers who are on water budgets and billed directly by EMWD.
 

Non-Residential

Bill Estimator

Use the link below to see how your current estimated charges compare to the proposed 2022 rates and fees.

Compare Current 2021 Charges with Proposed 2022 Charges