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Stormwater Rates Proposed To Rise Substantially For Greeley Residents

Greeley City Council took action this week to address flooding issues by boosting stormwater rates.  According to the Greeley Tribune, lawmakers approved a 61% increase in those rates starting next year.   These are the numbers moving into the 2025 budget cycle, and that budget will have to go through public hearings this fall.  Stormwater rates have been the lowest rates in residents’ “water” bills, which includes water and sewer. With those three combined, Greeley customers’ water and sewer bill will increase nearly 13%.  The increase for the entire water, sewer and stormwater bill is expected to be $15.80 a month. That would make an average total residential bill of about $141.18 a month.

 

Greeley planning to raise stormwater rates 61% to address flooding

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