Water Rates and Billing
(Effective November 1, 2022)
QUARTERLY WATER RATES
|GALLONS PER MONTH||GALLONS PER QUARTER||RATE PER THOUSAND GALLONS|
|0 to 1,667||0 to 5,000||$4.40|
|1,667 to 20,000||5,000 to 60,000||$5.65|
|20,000 to 41,667||60,000 to 125,000||$7.45|
|Over 41,667||Over 125,000||$10.15|
Generally, customers are billed on a quarterly basis. Large businesses that have have water consumption greater than 100,000 gallons each month, are billed monthly based on the Tier 2 rate.
|METER SIZE||QUARTERLY MINIMUM||QUARTERLY ALLOWANCE|
|5/8″ or 3/4″||$22.00||5,000 gallons|
|1 1/4″||$370.0||65,000 gallons|
|1 1/2″||$630.75||100,000 gallons|
So what does this chart mean? It tells you what your minimum amount due will be for each quarter and how much water you can use for that billing tier.
A residential customer with a 3/4″ meter size will be billed a minimum of $22.00 for the quarter whether the customer uses 0 gallons or 5,000 gallons.
What if the same customer exceeds the allowance and uses 10,000 gallons?
The customer will be billed for the $22.00 plus $5.65 for each 1,000 gallons over 5,000. The bill will now total $50.25
If you are unsure of your meter size, call the NTM main office and we can tell you what it is. Residential meters are generally 5/8″ or 3/4″. One of the unique features of our District is that if the customer pays their bill within 10 days of the billing date, they will receive a 4% discount off their bill.
notice charges. An additional $100.00 fee is charged for after hours turn-ons.
Your sewer charge is based on 130% of your winter quarter water charge.
For example: If a customer’s winter quarter water bill is $50.25, the sewer charge will be $65.33. This amount will be added to each of the water bills for the remainder of the year.
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The bills are always dated the 15th of the month and are due the 15th of the following month. If paid within 10 days of the billing date, a 4% discount is applied. If the bill is not paid by the due date, a $15.00 late fee is assessed. If the bill still remains unpaid by the 1st of the month following the due date, a past-due notice is sent to the customer. If we haven’t received payment or heard from the customer in 10 days from the date of the past-due notice, a shut-off notice is sent and a $25.00 shut-off notice charge is assessed. If we still haven’t heard anything or received payment within 10 days from the date of the shut-off notice, we turn off the customer’s water. A $50.00 turn-on fee is then charged to turn the water back on, in addition to the amount of the original bill and the late and shut-off