These resources are made in partnership with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM).
Water & Wastewater Rates Tables
Data tables list all utilities' residential and non-residential water, wastewater, and residential irrigation rate structure details as well as the monthly-equivalent bills computed at different consumption levels. You can access the tables for the following years by selecting the desired year below.
Funding Sources Tables
A guide to available funding sources for water and wastewater utilities in this state.
Water & Wastewater Rates Summary Reports
A short report summarizing the rates, rate structures and trends currently in use across the State of Alabama. The report answers frequently asked questions about what utilities are charging, their rate structure designs, how rates have increased, affordability and financial sustainability of AL utilities.
Navigating Legal Pathways Report
A short report summarizing the principal legal barriers and opportunities to establishing an assistance program for low-income water and wastewater utilities in the state.
For guidance on how to use the Alabama Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard, please refer to our list of webinars available concerning rates, rate-setting, and other powerful financial management tools for water and wastewater utilities. You can access these webinars by clicking on the links below.
- Designing Appropiate Rate Structures for Water and Wastewater Utilities in Alabama
- Water and Wastewater Rates in Alabama in 2016 Capital Planning and the User-Friendly Capital Improvement Tool for Water Wastewater Utilities
- Rate-Setting Using the Water Sewer Rates Analysis Model
- Affordability of Water and Sewer Rates and the Affordability Assessment Tool
- Benchmarking Water and Sewer rates and the 2014 Alabama Water & Wastewater Rates Dashboard
Water & Wastewater Rates Dashboard
The Rates Dashboard is an interactive tool to assist with understanding, bench marking, and assessing a utility's rates, financial health, affordability, and other metrics. In addition, this year's dashboard includes a new "download data" feature allowing users to download all of the data feeding the dashboard and the comparison group selected.
Click on the image below to explore the AL Dashboard.
The purpose of the blog is to support communities interested in sustainable and innovative financing mechanisms for delivering environmental services such as clean water and energy /waste management. The list below represents all blogs specifically related to Alabama.