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2010 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF format)

Delmar Utility Commission Service Rates
 
The below rates are based on per billing quarter.
Water Rates: Based on meter readings. Out of Town customers are billed at a 1.5 rate.
  Residential Commerical
Water usage - per 1,000 gallons $4.00 $5.50
Availability Charge: Based on EDU's**
  Residential Commerical
Flat Rate $16.45 $16.45
Sewer Rates: Based on meter readings. Out of Town customers are billed at a 1.8 rate.
  Residential Commerical
Sewer usage - per 1,000 gallons $5.50 $7.00
Non-Metered - per EDU** $110.00 $110.00
Sewer Front Footage Charge: Based on EDU's**
  Residential Commerical
Flat Rate $33.00 $33.00
Bay Restoration Fund Fee: Based on EDU's** $15.00*** $15.00***

The below rates are not based upon being Residential or Commercial.
Connection/Impact Fees:
Performed by owner:  
Water, per EDU $4,000
Sewer, per EDU $4,000
Performed by Commission:  
Water, per EDU $4,500
Sewer, per EDU $4,500
Transmission Fee:
Sewer, per EDU $3,000
  Penalties:
1% Interest starting the day after due date & every 30 days
Non-Payment Notice/Administration Fee $10.00
Disconnection/Reconnection Fee (8a.m.-3:30p.m.) $50.00
Additional Charge Before & After Working Hours $20.00
Returned Check Fee* $25.00
Bulk Water Rates: By Scheduled appointment only.
Service Charge: $20.00
Rate $5.00 per 1,000 gls.
  High Volume Users: Complete form at Town Hall annually to request a sewer abatement of the June, July, and August bill for excessive outdoor water usage (pools, excessive shrubbery and flowers, gardens, and boat maintenance).
* Anyone who has two (2) checks returned within a 12 month period might be restricted from using personal checks as a form of payment on their town account.
** EDU-Equivalent Dwelling Unit is a unit of measure for customers. For residential customers a single family dwelling unit is 1 EDU, a duplex is 2 EDU�s, etc. Commercial customers are assigned EDU�s based on 1 EDU being equal to 300 gallons per day of metered water and/or MD Ordinance No. 668 & DE Ordinance No. 71 definitions.
*** Not subject to the 1.5 out of town rate and only for dwellings with 3000 EDU�s or less.

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Delmar's water and waste water processing plants