Will the calculation of my water and sewer bill change after charges are transferred to the tax-roll?

No, there will be no change in rates or calculations of charges after the sewer charges move to the tax-roll. Sewer charges will continue to be based on winter consumption for residential. The only change is that while formerly being billed bi-monthly, the sewer charges are assessed bi-annually via the county tax-roll. 

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1. Why is the City collecting sewer service charges through the tax roll?
2. Are there other agencies that currently bill sewer service charges through the County tax roll?
3. What customers will have sewer service charges collected on the County tax roll?
4. Can customers choose to opt-out of the transition to County billing?
5. What is the timeline for this process?
6. Who is responsible for paying the sewer service charges on the tax roll?
7. What if I am a tenant and the current customer on record?
8. What should I do if my account is transitioned to the tax roll and I still receive a bill for sewer service from the City?
9. How will I pay my bill if my sewer service charge is collected through the tax roll?
10. If my sewer charges will be collected on the tax roll, when will my payment be due?
11. What happens if miss the payment deadlines?
12. Will this change increase my current sewer service rates?
13. Will the charges be tax deductible?
14. Will I still be receiving a bill from the City for my water service?
15. Will my property tax increase?
16. Can I still apply for the Lifeline Program if sewer service charges are billed through the tax roll?
17. Will customers on the tax roll still be eligible for sewer charge reduction through Lifeline?
18. If my sewer charges are transferred to the tax roll, will I still be charged the reduced sewer rate if I was accepted into the Lifeline program?
19. Will the calculation of my water and sewer bill change after charges are transferred to the tax-roll?
20. Who can I contact if I have additional questions?