Rates and Charges
Annual Sewer Service Rate beginning January 1, 2021 : $233.40
Annual Sewer Service Charge Schedule:
Charge is per ERU (Equivalent Residential Unit, or Single Family Residence). In addition to the annual sewer service charge, each unit is assessed a $16.00 annual account charge. A $12.00 discount is given to all accounts paid-in-full by July 31.
Customers with pools, which include swimming pools, non-residential spas, decorative fountains, waterscapes, lagoons, spas and hot tubs, will have an additional amount added to the annual charge.
Pool charges are based upon total gallons. A residential customer is charged .10 ERU for a pool with less than 20,000 gallons.
For additional information on rates and charges please see our Service Rules.
Your Sewer Bill
District's billing cycle begins on July 1 each year. All customers are
sent their annual sewer service bill and have the option to pay either
the full amount or make quarterly payments. Customers paying the entire
balance by July 31 may take a $12.00 billing discount.
The quarterly billings are sent on October 1, January 1 and April 1.
The legal owner of a property is responsible for all sewer
bills. If you move, buy or sell the property, it is your responsibility
to notify our office.
Customers may either pay the full annual amount or the quarterly (minimum) amount in the month billed (July, October, January, April). A basic penalty is added to the account if the minimum payment isn't received by the last day of the billing month.
account balance not paid by April 30 will be sent a delinquent account
notice. Each June, the District Board of Trustees conducts a public
hearing to consider sending remaining account balances to the Clark
County Treasurer to add to the property taxes due on the respective
property owner of the account.
Connection Fees (System Development Approval)
Amounts listed are charged per ERU (Equivalent Residential Unit, or Single Family Residence).
Septic Conversion: $1,600
Connection Fee Schedule:
Beginning July 1, 2022, and each subsequent year, the connection fee will be adjusted by the lesser of the following: The Consumer Price Index or the equity-based connection fee formula.
commercial and residential structures that connect to the public sewer
must submit an application for sewer service in person or by mail.
for Residential connections require the address to be serviced, the
assessor's parcel number, lot and block (if applicable), and subdivision
name (if applicable).
Commercial structures are charged by the number of plumbing fixtures and type of
business to be constructed within the structure. Architectural and
plumbing plans must be submitted for review to the District's Customer
Service Department. Food service plans, along with the kitchen equipment
schedule and plumbing plans, must be submitted along with the
architectural plans for businesses that will be serving food. If plans
have been submitted to the Clark County Building Department, please
provide the PAC number that was assigned to the project. Permit fees
will be calculated and a permit issued. For more information, please
contact Customer Service.