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Water & Stormwater Rates

The City of DuPont serves all residential, commercial, and industrial connections for water within
the City limits. All rates are based on cubic feet (cf).  All meters are charged a base rate for water
usage of 0 cf to 1000 cf.  Effective 1/1/15, extra consumption over 1000 cf is billed at $2.20 per 100 cf.

City Council approved a utility tax increase on December 11, 2012.  Utility tax for
water was increased 1% (now 12%), and storm water utility tax was increased 2% (now 10%). 
 
Effective 1/1/15, the City water rates for a 60 day period are as follows:


Description Size Rate
Single Family 5/8"-1" $62.90
Life Line 5/8"-1" $44.00
Commercial 5/8" $62.90
Commercial 1" $105.00
Commercial 1.5" $209.50
Commercial 2" $335.30
Commercial 3" $671.10
Commercial 6" $2096.50
Fireline 1" $59.10
Fireline 1.5" $59.10
Fireline 10" $59.10
Fireline 2" $59.10
Fireline 3" $59.10
Fireline 6" $59.10
Description Size Rate
Industrial 3" $671.10
Industrial 6" $2096.50
Irrigation 1" $105.00
Irrigation 1.5" $209.50
Irrigation 2" $335.30
Irrigation 3" $671.10
Irrigation 6" $2096.50
Multi-Family 1" $105.00
Multi-Family 1.5" $209.50
Multi-Family 2" $335.30
Multi-Family 4" $1048.50
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

All new and transferred accounts will be charged a $25 administrative fee.
All renter's are charged a $100.00 deposit
, which can only be waived by the owner/property
manager (Utility Deposit Waiver Form). The deposit will be refunded at the time the utility account
 is closed.
Stormwater Rates
A five year rate increase for water and storm water rates was approved by the City Council on
November 9, 2010.  Rates will increase yearly beginning January 1, 2011 and end with the last
increase on January 1, 2015.  The increase was due to the rates not keeping up with the cost of
maintaining an aging infrastructure, as there had not been an increase in the water and storm
water rates for over ten years.