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Fees & Charges

Equipment Fees
Equipment Fee (Without Operator) Rate per Hour
Sewer jet truck $105
Vacuum truck (2500 gallons) $55
Crane truck $65
Dump truck (8 cubic yards) $40
Dump truck (4 cubic yards) $35
Tandem dump truck $100
Bucket truck $75
Skid steer loader and trailer $40
Waterline leak detection equipment $135
Crew cab service truck $40
Trailer mounted vac $55
Excavator $50
John Deere loader $60
Trailer jet $55
Lateral push camera $80
Sewer camera truck – main line camera $175
Sewer camera truck – lateral launch camera $250
Equipment Fee Cost per Day
Pipe expander, 2 inch to 8 inch pipe (materials not included) $55
Pickup truck $60
Automobile $40
Tandem axle trailer $40
Dual-wheeled trailer $50
Jack hammer $40
Generator – trailer mounted – less than 100 kilowatt-hours (kWh) $240
Generator – trailer mounted – 100 to 199 kWh $310
Generator – trailer mounted – 200 kWh $460
Light tower/generator $85
Compactor $60
Rototiller $50
Power sewer snake $50
Cut off saw $35
Chain saw $40
Acetylene torch set $35
14 Foot Jon Boat $60
Trash pump – 1.5 inch electric $40
Trash pump – 2 inch gas/diesel $45
Trash pump – 3 inch gas/diesel $50
Trash pump – 4 inch diesel Baker or GR $70
Trash pump – 4 inch diesel submersible $70
Trash pump – 6 inch diesel submersible $90
Trash pump – 6 inch diesel silent pump GR or Godwin $90
Suction hose – 20 feet by 1.5 inches; 20 feet by 2 inches $10
Suction hose – 20 feet by 4 inches $15
Suction hose – 20 feet by 6 inches $20
Discharge hose – 50 feet by 1.5 inches; 50 feet by 2 inches $10
Discharge hose – 50 feet by 3 inches; 50 feet by 4 inches $15
Discharge hose – 50 feet by 6 inches $20
Gas detector $70
Manlift tri-pod $50
Barricades and/or safety cones $20
Air compressor $70
Blowers (ventilation) $30
Blowers (smoke) $70
Electronic line locator $60
Trench shoring $115
Boring tool Current cost + 20%
Portable wastewater flow meter with installation and weekly monitoring Time and Materials
Portable wastewater flow meter without installation and weekly monitoring $250 per week
Odor loggers $150 per week
Master Metered Areas
Fee Cost
 Sanitary Sewer Tappers License – a sanitary sewer tappers test is required for all first-time tappers and renewed on a yearly basis Initial cost – $100; Renewal – $25
Freezing Charge for a residential or commercial user for a meter not housed in a meter pit – 5/8 inch and 3/4 inch Current cost + 20%
Freezing Charge for meter 1 inch and 1.5 inches Current cost + 20%
Freezing Charge for meter 2 inches or greater and hydrant meters Time and Materials
Deposit for Temporary Hydrant (refunded if meter is not damaged. If damaged, full charge + 20% will be charged $1,000
Hydrant Setup or Removal Fee Permit – includes adaptor, 50-foot hose, and meter $100
Water Charge (regardless of provider area) $12 per 1,000 gallons
Short-Term Rental Charge (up to one week of use) $100 setup fee plus water charge
Long-Term Rental Charge (use for summer period for hydroseeding, landscaping, pond filling, etc. Billed monthly) $100 setup fee plus water charge and $50 monthly fee
Unauthorized Hydrant Use for any person using a hydrant without authorization $100 per day plus consumption
Testing and Replacement of Meter fee charged if meter is determined to be reading accurately after testing. No charge if meter is reading inaccurately. $100
Hydrant Flow Test $150
Pool Filling Case-by-case quote
Water Meter Schedule – includes meter pit, meter, radio read unit, excavation, and 1 inch connection to water main. For 5/8 inch or 3/4 inch residential meter $2,600
Water Meter Schedule – for tandem meter (two meters either 5/8 inch or 3/4 inch) $3,200
Water Meter Schedule – 1 inch residential or light commercial meter $2,800
Water Meter Schedule – for 1 inch tandem meter (includes two 1 inch meters) $3,400
Water Meter Schedule – for 1.5 inch meter $5,600
Water Meter Schedule – for 2 inch meter (2 inch tap on main) $7,000
Outside Reader installed by District Current cost + 20%
Large Tap Schedule for a 2 inch tap with a 1 inch meter for commercial/industrial installation inside a building $3,000
For Tap Exceeding 2 inches on Any Size Line – The District will only perform the tap. No excavation, service line, or restoration. Time and material cost are based on labor of 2 employees for 4 hours minimum each at the current rate schedule. Customer is responsible for installing meter, service line, and tapping saddle for the building plus tap costs. For 4 inches $250
For Tap Exceeding 2 inches on Any Size Line – for 6 inches $300
For Tap Exceeding 2 inches on Any Size Line – for 8 inches $350
For Tap Exceeding 2 inches on Any Size Line – for 10 inches $400
For Tap Exceeding 2 inches on Any Size Line – for 12 inches $450
Water Taps, All Road Bores Less than 60 feet – included in tap fee. Any service line requiring a longer length will be charged at the completion of installation. Current cost + 20%
Meter Cost and AMR Cost for lost, damaged, well meters - For 2 inches or greater water meter Time and Materials
Meter Cost and AMR Cost – 5/8 inch Current Cost + 20%
Meter Cost and AMR Cost – 3/4 inch Current Cost + 20%
Meter Cost and AMR Cost – 1 inch Current Cost + 20%
Sewer Grinder Pump Assembly purchase of residential single phase unit $2 per month per pump
Grinder Pump Electric Service Cost – applied to residences with electric service only $1,400
Any service line requiring a longer length than 60 feet will be charged at the completion of installation Current Cost + 20%
Special Wastewater Discharges – includes any offsite generated waste stream requiring treatment and must conform to the District Extension Policy Section V – Protection of Sewer System $500 minimum plus $12 per 1000 gallons
Front Footage Charge for Extension of Projects – Waterline and sanitary sewer connections to existing facilities that have not been assessed to benefitting properties. See extension policy for further explanation. Waterlines with Fire Protection $30 per benefitting front footage
Gravity Sanitary Sewer Line $65 per benefitting front footage
Low Pressure Sanitary Force Main $15 per benefitting front footage
Rural Waterline Without Fire Protection $15 per benefitting front footage
All Metered Areas
Fee Cost
Setup Fee for all new or transferred accounts $25
Outside Reader installed by the District Cost + 20%
Bad Check Charge for any check or e-payment returned by the bank $30
Administrative Service Charge-charged when service is scheduled for disconnection due to nonpayment on account or disconnection due to failure of the customer to comply with the rules and regulations of the District $56
Field Service Charge-charged for additional trips to a service address due to inaccessibility of District facilities/equipment or unauthorized reconnection of service. $56
Repairs to District Property/Equipment-billed according to the equipment and materials schedule Time and Materials
Residential/Commercial sewer permit fee for a new tap inspection charge based on 4 hours of inspection required for the sewer tap $275
Per hour charge above 4 hours (includes testing) $65
Overtime inspections charged at 1.5 times the hourly rate $97.50
Sanitary Sewer Abandonment charge for inspection of sewer connection $100
Water Tap Abandonment inspection fee $100
Prepaid Plan Review, Inspection, and Project Administration for commercial/industrial, subdivision construction, engineering review of each set of plans, and for water and sewer construction inspection services upon arrival $200 each
Water and sanitary permit and inspection fees to recover the full cost of the District's inspection (including fire lines) Projects greater than or equal to $50,000 will be 5% of project cost; less than $50,000 will be $2,500 plus 2.5%
Overtime inspections charged at 1.5 times the hourly rate $97.50
Collection Fee for every collection made on behalf of a private developer, based on the Private Developer Agreement with The District $50
Late Payment Charge for monthly billing $5 or 10% of bill, whichever is greater
After-Hours Reconnection Fee 3 hours at current fee schedule
Plan Sheet Copy Fee  – 24 inches by 36 inches sheet; black and white $3 per sheet
Plan Sheet Copy Fee  – 24 inches by 36 inches sheet; color $6 per sheet
Water Charge for bulk water stations $12 per 1,000 gallons
Water Charge for WaterShed dispensing units $0.25 per gallon
Copy Charge for public records request – black and white $0.05 per copy
Copy Charge for public records request – color $0.07 per copy
Copy Charge for public records request – electronic copy $1 per copy
Notice to Individuals of Specific Public Businesses by special request in self-addressed stamped envelope $0.05 per notice
Sanitary Sewer Cross-Connection Fee, implemented in situations where known storm and sanitary sewer connections exist. A 30-day notice will be granted first in most situations $100 per day
Map Design Fee to generate maps $50 per hour
Plan Deposit Fee – non-refundable fee paid by contractors for plans set for projects being publicly bid on. $100 per set
Monthly Fire-Protection Charge for un-metered fire lines to pay for the availability of water service upon demand in the event of a fire $2 per hydrant plus monthly line size charges below:

4" line - $35; 6" line - $70; 8" line - $112; 10" line - $161; 12" line - $217

Unauthorized Use of Sanitary Sewer and/or Water Lines – for any property owner making a connection without proper inspection or proper authorization, including reconnection $100 per day + usage/discharge
Stormwater Billing Fee – per-bill charge to include stormwater fees for another entity on The District's customer bill $0.50 per bill
Anti-Degradation Fee for up to 10,000 gallons per day. Minimum charge is $360 for one Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU), Ohio EPA's standard flow estimate for an average 3-bedroom home $1 per gallon
Anti-Degradation Fee for over 10,000 gallons per day $10,000 plus $0.10 per gallon