Street Maintenance Fee Schedule
The street maintenance fee for residential property shall be charged monthly to a utility customer within the city limits, or to the person or entity responsible for the Municipal Account Statement for such lot, unit, tract, or parcel used for a residential purpose. Residential property is defined on the Street Maintenance Fee Schedule as Rate Codes single-family residence (R1), multifamily (MF), and low-moderate income (LM1).
The calculation of the street maintenance fee for residential property is determined by multiplying the per month fee for the Rate Code by the multiplier identified in the Street Maintenance Fee Schedule, and further defined as follows: R1, and LM1 units are charged per non-irrigation meter, MF units are charged per dwelling unit.
- Month multiplied by Rate Code equals the Fee
- A single family residence (Rate Code R1) with one non-irrigation meter is charged $6.75 per month ($6.75 X 1 = $6.75).
- A multi-family residential property (Rate Code MF) with 100 dwelling units is charged $600 per month ($6 X 100 = $600).
Residential Fee Schedule
|R1||$6.75||Per Non-Irrigation Meter|
|MF||$6.00||Per Dwelling Unit|
|LM1||$1.75||Per Non-Irritation Meter|
The street maintenance fee for the nonresidential property shall be charged monthly to a utility customer within the city limits, or to the person or entity responsible for the Municipal Account Statement for such lot, unit, tract, or parcel used for a nonresidential purpose. The monthly fee for the nonresidential property is determined by its base trip rate range using the Trip Factor Index.
The following mathematical formula shall be used to determine the base trip rating for the street maintenance fee program:
- Base Trip Rate = (Unit of Measure X Trip Factor) ÷ 2
Base Trip Rates are calculated to the nearest hundredths of a decimal point, and are not rounded up.
- A 2,500 square foot general office has a Trip Factor of 11.03 per 1,000 square feet of building area. In this example, the general office would have a Base Trip Rating of 13.78. [(2,500 square feet ÷ 1,000) X 11.03 ÷ 2 = 13.78]. This general office would be charged Rate Code C2.
- A Gas Service Station, with a Market has 24 fueling stations, and has a Trip Factor of 162.78. In this example, the gas station would have a Base Trip Rating of 1,953.36. [(24 X 162.78) ÷ 2 = 1953.36]. This gas station would be charged Rate Code C6.
Commercial Fee Schedule
|C1||$25||0 to 4.99|
|C2||$35||5 to 14.99|
|C3||$45||15 to 49.99|
|C4||$55||50 to 199.99|
|C5||$65||200 to 999.99|
|C6||$75||1,000 or greater|