Listed below, you will find our current rates and policies. If you do not find the information you need, please contact our office and we will provide it for you.
Standard Residential Service Rates (Effective 10-1-19) UNCHANGED
|Standard Residential 5/8" x 3/4" Meter Base Rate
|Tier (gal.):||$/1,000 gal.:|
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2019 your rates will remain the same as they were as of October 1, 2018 on ALL tiers. There will be no increase to the water consumption rates.
Your water meters are read each month. Please contact our office for any additional information.
SAMPLE ESTIMATED Billing Examples (Effective 10-1-19)
|Base Rate + Water Charges + R & R Fee + CRWA Bond Fee (increased) + TCEQ Compliance Fee + TWDB Bond Fee|
|Usage (gal.):||Approximate Bill Total:|
The average water usage per person (in a household) is 130 gallons per day. A family of four, at this rate, would use 15,600 gallons per month. At our current water rates the monthly bill would be approximately $154.23
R & R Depreciation Fee - (Effective 10-1-19) UNCHANGED
|Monthly R & R Depreciation Fee per each account billed|
Beginning in January 2016, there was a new fee added to each water bill to cover replacement, repair and upgrade of aging infrastructure. This was billed out to the customers beginning at the end of January 2016. This fee did NOT change 10-1-2019.
CRWA Bond Fee (Effective 10-1-19) INCREASED
|Monthly CRWA Bond fee per each account billed|
Beginning October 1, 2016, there was a new fee added to each water bill listed as the CRWA Bond fee.
As an alternate water source, Crystal Clear Special Utility District (CCSUD) became a member of Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA). This was to supplement the Edwards Aquifer water rights, at the direction of the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA). The bond pays for infrastucture which is passed on to all of the members of CRWA in an amout based on the percentage of participation. There was an increase to this fee as the amount being paid to CRWA increased. Increase effective beginning 10-1-2019.
TCEQ Regulatory Compliance Fee (Effective 10-1-19) UNCHANGED
|Monthly TCEQ Regulatory Compliance fee per each account billed|
This Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Regulatory Complinance Fee will be assessed to pay for costs incurred by the District to comply with TCEQ regulations and testing requirements. The customers first saw this fee on their October 2017 usage bills (due date November 10, 2017). This fee did NOT change 10-1-2019.
TWDB Bond Fee (Effective 10-1-19) UNCHANGED
|Monthly TWDB Bond fee per each account billed|
The Texas Water Develpment Board (TWDB) Fee will be assessed to pay the bond debts the District is responsible for paying to the TWDB for water system improvements and upgrades. The customers first saw this fee on their October 2017 usage bills (due date November 10, 2017). This fee did NOT change 10-1-2019.