PASCO COUNTY, Fla. – Pasco County Utilities customers should anticipate rate changes on their water, wastewater and reclaimed water bills effective October 1, 2023.
The average residential customer, using 6,000 gallons of water and sewer each month, will see a billing increase from $83.68 to $86.15 – a difference of $2.47.
Residential reclaimed water customers will also see small increases in the reclaimed water base charge and the Back-Flow Prevention Device fee as follows:
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- Reclaimed Water Base Charge: $11.39 increasing to $11.79 – a difference of $0.40
- Includes first 10,000 gallons
- $1.14 increasing to $1.18 for every additional 1,000 gallons – a difference of $0.04
- Back-Flow Prevention Device fee: $6.20 increasing to $6.42 – a difference of $0.22
Pasco County is proud to offer customers high-quality services. A full list of rates and fees is available online at bit.ly/pcurates – scroll to the middle of the page.
Pasco County Utilities rates, fees and charges benefit all customers, as Pasco County Utilities uses these revenues to operate, maintain, repair and replace water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems and services.
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A four-year rate schedule went into effect October 1, 2021, with changes adopted from a Cost-of-Service Rate Study approved by the Pasco Board of County Commissioners. The study includes projected annual adjustments to service rates, fees and charges through September 30, 2025.
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