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New District IV Water Rates and Impact Fees - Effective date of May 3rd
The Weber Basin Water Conservancy District continues to work towards its mission to conserve and develop water resources to provide for the needs of its customer agencies, use the water resources of the Weber drainage responsibly for the greatest benefit to the public, supply high-quality drinking water, and protect the watersheds of our source rivers and groundwater supplies. Meeting the needs of its customer agencies requires the development of “blocks” of water that are subsequently made available for customer agency use per water efficiency and other contract standards. The District has recently exhausted its most recently developed block of water (“District III") and is now in the process of developing its next block (“District IV”). Due to the substantial costs associated with the development of District IV water the District has made the decision to require the assessment of an impact fee for all District IV water sales. Utah Code (11-36a-401) requires that “an impact fee enactment may not take effect until 90 days after the day on which the impact fee enactment is approved”. The District’s impact fee was enacted on February 2, 2023 at an advertised Board meeting with associated public hearing. The District will continue to accept applications for District IV water during the 90-day waiting period, but will NOT be able to act upon said applications until after the 90-day waiting period (May 25, 2023). This District IV block of water will also require the adoption of certain water efficiency standards within customer agency ordinances and/or limitations on the placement and utilization of turf for retail customers designed to meet regional conservation goals.
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Review fees: 1 lot $270, 2-10 lots $500, 10+ lots $730
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* Initial review fee must be received by Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (District) with each drawing submission and is nonrefundable. The initial review fee will cover only the cost of a single drawing review and does not cover the cost associated with future reviews, purchasing or allocating water, license agreements as may be required, inspection fees, and/or any other fees as may be required by the District. The District may assess, at its sole discretion, additional review fees based on actual hours required for the review, which will be billed at a rate of $100/hour. If review fees have been waived, please provide copy of District correspondence documenting the waiving of fees with your submission. The District accepts cash, check or major credit card with applicable fees.
** All written correspondence pertaining to the approval of drawings will be sent via U.S. Mail to the Developer (no exceptions). You may request that electronic copies of written correspondence be provided (via facsimile or e-mail) if you wish to expedite your receipt of correspondence, or if you wish for others to receive a copy. Enclosures will not be provided electronically. Please allow two to four weeks for review.
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