Rate increase hearing scheduled for Elk Grove Water District ratepayers



Over the last few days, ratepayers in the Elk Grove Water District received notice they will be paying more for water come 2024.

The notice sent to the district's 13,400 customers said the rate increase would be considered during their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 18.

According to the letter, the district, which is owned by the Florin Resource Conservation District, the rate increase is being considered based on a study the district commissioned performed by Los Angeles- Raftelis. The study was initiated so the district could determine what the rate structure should be to provide sufficient operating capital. 

The rates are made of two components - monthly meter charges and commodity or usage rates. The proposed rates can be viewed in the first image below and typical residential rates for 2024 are in the second image.

The meeting will be held at the Florin Resources Conservation District office at 9829 Waterman Road and will start at 6:30 p.m.   

The water district serves most non-rural neighborhoods in Elk Grove east of Highway 99. 




   


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