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Georgia Stormwater Fees Dashboard

Our Georgia interactive stormwater fees and financial benchmarking dashboard has a new look and many new features and functions. It is designed to assist utility managers and local officials with analyzing stormwater fees against multiple attributes, including utility finances, system characteristics, customer base socioeconomic conditions, and geography.

A Better Understanding of Nonresidential Water Customers Through Analysis

A Journal AWWA article describing how analyzing and tracking water use among non-residential customers, utilities can project fluctuations in water use over time and improve pricing schemes and business practices. Used examples from four North Carolina utilities.

Wisconsin Residential Water Rates Dashboard

This new interactive Water Rates Dashboard is designed to assist decision-makers in benchmarking and comparing Wisconsin utilities' residential water rates against multiple characteristics, including utility finances, system characteristics, customer base demographics, and geography. The dashboard visualizes September 2015 rates for more than 575 Wisconsin utilities.

North Carolina Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard

This interactive rates and financial benchmarking dashboard is designed to assist utility managers and local officials with analyzing residential water and wastewater rates against multiple characteristics, including utility finances, system characteristics, customer base socioeconomic conditions, and geography.

Report of Stormwater Fees and Fee Structures in Georgia - July 2016

This report details the state of stormwater fees and fee structures from a 2016 statewide survey of stormwater utilities in the State of Georgia. This report answers frequently asked questions about what utilities are charging, their fee structure designs, billing practices, and other topics.

Annual Report of Water and Wastewater Rates and Rate Structures in North Carolina - January 2017

This report details the state of rates and rate structures from a statewide survey of drinking water, irrigation and wastewater rates and rate structures of 441 local government, not-for-profit and for-profit utilities. The NC water and wastewater rates survey was conducted by the North Carolina League of Municipalities and the Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This report answers frequently asked questions about what utilities are charging, their rate structure designs, billing practices, rate increases, affordability and cost recovery.

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