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Central Boaz PSD seeking water rate increase

On October 24, 2016, the District filed a Rule 19A application with the Public Service Commission for a change in its water rates and charges.  The Public Service Commission has reviewed the application and recommended a two-step rate increase to meet the District’s revenue requirements.

Step 1: The monthly bill for an average usage of 4,000 gallons for residential customers will increase by $7.62 or 16.75% over current rates.  Step 1 rates will generate a revenue increase of $34,615 annually, which is an increase of 16.62% over current rates.  According to staff, that rate would cover the District’s operating expenses of $139,629, debt service requirements of $78,779, debt service reserve of $7,114, Senate Bill 234 funding of $11,369, and provide a surplus of $6,079 to meet renewal and replacement requirements and a debt service coverage factor of 131.18%.

Step 2: The monthly bill for an average usage of 4,000 gallons for residential customers will increase by $1.92 or 11.17% over current rates. Step 2 rates will generate a revenue increase of $22,999 over current rates, which is 11.04% over current rates.  That rate would cover the District’s operating expenses of $139,629, debt service requirements of $78,779, debt service reserve of $7,114, and provide a surplus of $5,832 to meet renewal and replacement requirements.  Debt service coverage factor will total 116.43%.


Click here to review full text of the PSC's recommended rates.


Documents and Forms

Service Request Application

2016 Consumer Confidence Report

Customer Request for Leak Adjustment

Sewer Rate Schedule

Customer Information Brochure


Current Projects

The District has contracted theengineering firm, Cerrone Associates, located in Wheeling, WV, to design a sewer service expansion project and treatment plant upgrade.


The project will serve additional customers in the Central area and make improvements to the existing collection system.  Improvements will also be made to the sewage treatment plant, including treatment process upgrades, a new ultraviolet disinfection system, and installation of an emergency generator.


Status - Bid process

Updated 6/5/2017