What is a water unit?

A water unit is equal to 748 gallons or 100 centum cubic feet (ccf) of water. Water customers are charged for each whole unit of water used during a billing cycle. The City does not charge for partial units.

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1. Why are rates changing?
2. Why are water fees adjusting from 2-tiers to 3-tiers?
3. What is a water unit?
4. How are water bills calculated?
5. How much will my water bill increase?
6. How can I lower my bill?
7. Why are water rates changing?
8. When will new rates go into effect?
9. Is there a water rate report available?
10. What is a ccf or water unit?
11. Why are consumption rate tiers shifting from 2-tiers to 3-tiers?
12. What are the various rate components shown on my water bill?
13. Will my water bill increase or decrease with the newly adopted rates?
14. If five-years rates were adopted, how do rates change in years 2 through 5?
15. Do different types of customers have different types of rates?
16. What is the drought surcharge and when will I be charged for it?
17. How can I lower my bill?