Like many cities nationwide, we’ve implemented a stormwater utility —
a dedicated funding stream only for wet weather issues. Because all properties contribute to the problem, we all need to help pay for the solution. At the same time, we all have a chance to lower our rates by taking steps to reduce runoff from our properties.
Pay Your Bill
Click the button below to access your stormwater utility bill, view your usage details, check out any credits or incentives applied to your account and make a payment, or download instructions for setting up and accessing your account.
See your impervious area
Impervious surfaces like rooftops, sidewalks, walkways, patios, driveways, parking lots, sheds and more don’t allow stormwater to do what it normally does — soak into the ground. Your stormwater utility fee is based on the amount of impervious surface area on your property.
Lower Your Payment
Nobody likes new fees, but the cost of ignoring our wet weather issues will be much higher and far less equitable or predictable. Here’s some good news: If you take action to manage runoff on your property, you can apply for credits or incentives that may help reduce your stormwater utility bill.