Utility Fee Schedule

1. Basic Service Charges

A. Residential (Service Area #1)- per unit

Monthly Rate
Single Dwelling Units, Duplexes, Townhomes, Twin Homes, Condominium Units $25.00
Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial Combined) $25.00
Apartments (three or more units)
First Unit $18.90
Additional Units $18.30

Nonresidential (Service Area #1)

Monthly Rate
Commercial / Institutional Units (up to 9,000 gallons) $25.00
Commercial / Institutional Units (additional usage in excess of 9,000 gallons for each additional 1,000 gallons or part thereof) $1.50

B. Residential (Service Area #3)- per unit

Monthly Rate
Single Dwelling Units, Duplexes, Townhomes, Twin Homes, Condominium Units $21.00
Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial Combined) $21.00
Apartments (three or more units)
First Unit $18.00
Additional Units $17.50

Nonresidential (Service Area #3)

Monthly Rate
Commercial / Institutional Units (up to 10,500 gallons) $21.00
Commercial / Institutional Units (additional usage in excess of 10,500 gallons for each additional 1,000 gallons or part thereof) $1.75

As used in this Resolution, Commercial / Institutional Units shall mean and shall include, but not be limited to, motels, hotels, trailer parks, RV parks, warehouses, office buildings, shopping centers, commercial establishments, restaurants, drug stores, taverns, hospitals, nursing homes, convalescent homes, laundromats, car washes, dry cleaners, churches, public schools, private schools, seminaries and all other businesses and / or institutions.
C. Additional Service Charges. In addition to the basic service charges set forth hereinabove, persons and / or entities may be charged additional service charges (“ASC”) for water, electricity or other facilities and additional services used by them. ASC’s will be calculated based upon the additional extraordinary costs incurred by the District in providing the water, electricity and / or other facilities and additional services required to serve special needs of certain users or groups of users over and above the basic service charge amounts established by the District. Extraordinary service costs to be charged may include, but are not limited to, pumping costs, survey costs, metering costs, utility costs and telephone charges. ASC’s will be determined on a case-by-case basis by the Board of Trustees after receiving a recommendation from the District Engineer and the General Manager. ASC’s will be adopted by resolution of the Board of Trustees and may be amended from time to time. The current ASC are:

Dry Creek $ 2.14
Daybreak Island Lift Station $ 12.14
Springview Farms $ 6.39
ASC – Meter Stations $40.00

D. Payment Required / Late Fee. All service charges will be billed on a monthly basis. Any property owner not paying service charges within one month after the date on which such charges become due or impact fees when due shall be deemed delinquent and subject to a late fee and to certification. Overdue service charges and / or impact fees shall be subject to a 1.5% per month late fee and a 2% penalty on all overdue charges (including the late fee) and may be certified by the District to the Salt Lake County Treasurer or the Utah County Treasurer as provided by law.

2. Sewer Impact Fees

Service Area No. 1

A. Residential

Single Family Detached $3,256.00
All Other Residential Units- Per Unit $2,245.00
Senior (Assisted) Living /
Care Facility – Per Bed
$1,016.00

B. Nonresidential

Per 1,000 Square Feet of Floor Area
Auto Dealership $ 1,185.00
Auto Repair $ 545.00
Bank $ 319.00
Car Wash $23,758.00
Churches $ 172.00
Daycare / Pre-School $ 1,185.00
Fast Food $ 5,201.00
Grocery $ 1,016.00
Lodging $ 1,856.00
Medical Office $ 1,115.00
Office $ 746.00
Restaurant $ 8,294.00
Retail $ 721.00
Schools $ 556.00
Strip Malls $ 2,084.00
Warehouse $ 369.00

C. Other

Any non-residential use not falling in the above catergories, shall be calculated upon a per gallon basis and

billed at $13.68 / gallon / day; and will be subject to an impact fee agreement in a form acceptable to the

District.

Service Area No. 3

A. Residential

Single Family Detached Units $1,785.55
All Other Residential Units- Per Unit $1,110.00

B. Nonresidential

$2,475.00/ERU

All impact fees paid to the District apply only toward the residential or commercial / institutional building connected and its curtilage, not toward adjoining agricultural, undeveloped or vacant lands.

3. Construction/Commercial/Industrial Pretreatment and Discharge Fees

Proposed Fee
New Permit – Industrial $930.00 occurrence
New Permit – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Very High, or Combo of (Food Service Establishment + Auto Service Establishment), (Auto Service Establishment + Car Wash Establishment), Or (Food Service Establishment + Car Wash Establishment) $590.00 occurrence
New Permit – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – High, or Car Wash Establishment, or Auto Service Establishment $360.00 occurrence
New Permit – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Medium $280.00 occurrence
New Permit – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Low $240.00 occurrence
Temporary Discharge Permit Fee $330.00 occurrence
Permit Renewal – Industrial $780.00 occurrence
Permit Renewal – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Very High, or Combo of (Food Service Establishment + Auto Service Establishment), (Auto Service Establishment + Car Wash Establishment), or (Food Service Establishment + Car Wash Establishment) $560.00 occurrence
Permit Renewal – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – High, or Car Wash Establishment, or Auto Service Establishment $320.00 occurrence
Permit Renewal – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Medium $250.00 occurrence
Permit Renewal – Food Service Establishment Risk Category – Low $210.00 occurrence
Design Review Fee – Commercial $145.00 occurrence
Design Review Fee – Industrial $290.00 occurrence
Construction Site Inspection (Interior Facility) $210.00 occurrence
Additional Pretreatment Inspection Fee (NON-SIU) $90.00 occurrence, per monitoring point
Additional Pretreatment Inspection Fee – Significant Industrial User (SIU) $200.00 occurrence, per monitoring point
Sampling Event Fee (NON-SIU) $180.00 occurrence
Laboratory Analysis – Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) $30.00/sample
Laboratory Analysis – Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) $35.00/sample
Laboratory Analysis – Total Suspended Solids (TSS) $15.00/sample
Laboratory Analysis – Total Oil & Grease $55.00/sample
Laboratory Analysis – Petroleum Oil & Grease $70.00/sample
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to Jordan Basin Water Reclamation Facility – COD (commercial/industrial) (over 522 mg/l) $0.14/lb
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to Jordan Basin Water Reclamation Facility – TSS (commercial/industrial) (over 258 mg/l) $0.19/lb
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to Jordan Basin Water Reclamation Facility – Total Oil & Grease (over 100 mg/l) $0.30/lb
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to South Valley Water Reclamation Facility– COD (commercial/industrial) (over 454 mg/l) $0.14/lb
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to South Valley Water Reclamation Facility – TSS (commercial/industrial) (over 230 mg/l) $0.17/lb
Surcharge Fee for facilities that flow to South Valley Water Reclamation Facility – Total Oil & Grease (over 100 mg/l) $0.30/lb

Laboratory Fees
All permitted commercial and industrial users of the sanitary sewer system whose wastewater is sampled by the District are charged a monthly laboratory fee. The laboratory fee covers the cost incurred by the District to conduct sampling. The monthly laboratory fee is equal to the sum of one (1) sample event fee ($180), plus laboratory analysis costs for each parameter sampled, divided by 6.
Flat Rate Surcharge Fees
Food Service Establishments from which representative wastewater samples cannot be collected are charged flat rate surcharge fees. Flat rate surcharge fees for each risk category are based on the District’s most recent analysis of samples collected at Food Service Establishments with the same risk category.
Food Service Establishments from which representative wastewater samples cannot be collected and do not employ an approved grease abatement device (e.g., grease interceptor, hydromechanical grease interceptor, API, etc.) are charged an up-charge equal to ten (10) times the average concentration of TSS and Total Oil & Grease.
Surcharge Fee Calculations
Surcharge Fees are based on the most recent sample analysis and are calculated using the following formula:

Surcharge Fee = ( ∅*X_constituent- X_threshold)*Gallons*α*Unit Cost

Where:
∅=Multiplier for use or non-use of grease abatement devices
∅=1.0 for facilities with grease abatement devices
∅=10.0 for facilities without grease abatement devices
X_constituent=Constituent concentration (mg/l)
X_threshold= Allowable constituent concentration (mg/l)
Gallons=Gallons of sewage discharged per month
α=Constant used to convert from mg/l of constituent to lbs of constituent (α =8.34 * 10^-6 )
Unit Cost=Unit Cost to treat a pound of constituent as indicated above.

4. Lateral Fees

4” Lateral in Asphalt $3,600
4” Lateral out of Asphalt $3,100
6” Lateral in Asphalt $4,500
6” Lateral out of Asphalt $4,300

In areas where the District installs sewer main lines within streets or other dedicated public sewer easements acceptable to the District, property owners’ sewer laterals may be installed from the main line to the edge of the property line by the District’s contractor for the property owners abutting the main line in those cases where such owners pay to the District the required lateral fee established by the District as the same may be amended from time to time.

5. Sewer Design Review and Inspection Fees (Engineering related fees)

A. Initial Inspection

Main Line and Lateral Design Review Fees $0.70 per linear foot
Main Line and Lateral Inspection Fees $2.50 per linear foot
Additional Plan Review Fees for Additional Redlines (Beyond 1) $75 per review
Subdivision Plat Review Fee (per plat) $50
Public Utility Easement (PUE) Abandonment Fee $20
Residential Inspection $30
(after hours 2-hour minimum) $62.50 per hour
Commercial and Institutional Inspection (No Pretreatment) $150
Commercial and Institutional Inspection (w/ External Pretreatment) $300
Pool Inspection Fee $85
Public Lift Station Design Review Fees $2,800 per linear foot
Public Lift Station Inspection Fees $5,500 per linear foot
Public Lift Station Additional Plan Review Fees for Additional Redlines (Beyond 1) $340 per review
Weekend and After Hour Inspection (2-Hour Minimum) $75 per hour

B. Re-inspections

Residential Call Back Fee $30

6. Brass Markers

Brass marker pins $1.25

7. Lateral Nose-on Fee

Lateral nose-on connection 4” $350
Lateral nose-on connection 6” $360
Nose-on overtime fee per hour (two hour minimum) $45 per hour plus nose-on fee plus $100 call back fee per visit

8. Televising – Inspection Fee

$150 per hour with two hour minimum
$175 per hour after hours with 2 hour minimum

9. Line Cleaning Fees

Jet cleaning lines $165 per hour
Overtime (after hours- two hour minimum) $185 per hour

Businesses or entities desiring line cleaning services shall make arrangements in advance with the District.

10. Salt Lake County Document Recording Fees

Fee charges for electronic recording of documents at District’s cost” $15.00

11. GRAMA Fees

Copy cost per page $0.20
Certified copies per page $1.50
Compilation time per hour $20.00

12. Return Check Fee

Fee for returned checks $20.00 plus any additional fees allowed by law

All fees and charges set forth in this consolidated schedule shall be paid to the District in a timely manner in accordance with the District’s policies, rules or requirements.