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Emergency Rate Adjustment
 

Rates, Fees, and Charges Index

Emergency Rate Adjustment for Water Conservation: 

During periods of mandated water restrictions by the South Florida Water Management District, an automatic adjustment to the inclining block rates shall be instituted. The block rate adjustments are as follows:

1. Single Family, all meter sizes (1,000 gallons)

Block

Standard

Drought

Extreme Drought

(a) Basic Tier

0 to 3

0 to 2

1

(b) Second Tier​​

4 to 6

3 to 5

2 to 4

(c) Third Tier

7 to 12

6 to 9

5 to 6

(d) Final Tier

Over 12

Over 9

Over 6

2. Multi-Family, per unit (1,000 gallons)

Block

Standard

Drought

Extreme Drought

(a) Basic Tier

0 to 2

1

1

(b) Second Tier

3 to 4

2 to 3

2

(c) Third Tier

5 to 6

4 to 5

3

(d) Final Tier

Over 6

Over 5

Over 3

3. Irrigation Meters (1,000 gallons)

Meter Size

Block

Standard

Drought

Extreme Drought

(a) 5/8"

First Tier 

0 to 8

0 to 4

0 to 2

(b) 5/8"

Second Tier

Over 8

Over 4

Over 2

(c) 1"

First Tier 

0 to 22

0 to 11

0 to 5

(d) 1"

Second Tier

Over 22

Over 11

Over 5

(e) 1½"

First Tier 

0 to 55

0 to 27

0 to 14

(f) 1½"

Second Tier

Over 55

Over 27

Over 14

(g) 2" and over

First Tier 

0 to 142

0 to 71

0 to 35

(h) 2" and over

Second Tier

Over 142

Over 71

Over 35

4. Commercial, Municipal, Institutional, Hotels, Motels, and Recreational Vehicles, per Actual Average Consumption

Block

Standard

Drought

Extreme Drought

(a) First Tier 

0 to 75%

0 to 60%

0 to 45%

(b) Second Tier

Over 75%

Over 60%

Over 45%