Tucson Water hosting public meetings on proposed rates, fees - Tucson News Now

Tucson Water hosting public meetings on proposed rates, fees

(Source: Tucson Water) (Source: Tucson Water)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson residents have three opportunities to learn about proposed increases in Tucson Water rates and fees. Information about the public meetings is available in the following release:

NEWS RELEASE

Tucson Water will be hosting public meetings to share information on proposed rates and fees increases for Fiscal Year 2019 through Fiscal Year 2022.

Tucson Water is proposing water rates and fee changes for FY2019-2022, which would take effect on July 2, 2018, if approved by the Mayor and City Council. Tucson Water staff will present the Utility’s financial planning and rate-setting process, including a review of its ratemaking objectives, analysis of its five-year financial plan and revenue requirements, costs for maintaining and delivering reliable and safe water service, current and future water resource and infrastructure needs, promoting water conservation throughout the community, and providing utility bill assistance for limited-income customers.

The meetings are scheduled as follows. A short presentation will begin each meeting.

Thursday, March 29
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
El Pueblo Activity Center, 101 W. Irvington Road

Thursday, April 5
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Miller-Golf Links Library, 9640 E. Golf Links Road

Tuesday, April 10
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Tucson Parks and Recreation Building, Mesquite Room, 900 S. Randolph Way

A public hearing is scheduled at the May 22 meeting of Tucson’s Mayor and Council. Approval of the proposed rates and fees will fully fund the Utility’s operating and capital requirements through FY 2022.

MOBILE USERS: Download the Tucson News Now app for Apple and Android devices.

Copyright 2018 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Trending StoriesTrending StoriesMore>>

  • Teen death in van: Family storms out of city hall after councilman 'crossed the line'

    Teen death in van: Family storms out of city hall after councilman 'crossed the line'

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 10:32 AM EDT2018-04-18 14:32:46 GMT
    Kyle Plush's uncle confronts Councilman Wendell Young, saying he "crossed the line" at Tuesday's City Council meeting. (FOX19 NOW)Kyle Plush's uncle confronts Councilman Wendell Young, saying he "crossed the line" at Tuesday's City Council meeting. (FOX19 NOW)

    Kyle Plush's family stormed out of a City Hall meeting after sitting through five hours of testimony Tuesday, saying one councilman "crossed the line."

    Kyle Plush's family stormed out of a City Hall meeting after sitting through five hours of testimony Tuesday, saying one councilman "crossed the line."

  • Substitute teacher saves teens from sex offender

    Substitute teacher saves teens from sex offender

    Thursday, April 19 2018 12:33 AM EDT2018-04-19 04:33:23 GMT
    Thursday, April 19 2018 1:39 AM EDT2018-04-19 05:39:27 GMT

    The man reportedly told two teenagers he didn’t have a problem having sex with juveniles, as long as it was “consensual.”

    The man reportedly told two teenagers he didn’t have a problem having sex with juveniles, as long as it was “consensual.”

  • Exchange your child's old car seat for a voucher to get a new one at Target

    Exchange your child's old car seat for a voucher to get a new one at Target

    Thursday, April 19 2018 6:27 AM EDT2018-04-19 10:27:04 GMT
    (Source: Target)(Source: Target)

    Are you in the market for a new child's car seat? If you have an old one, exchange it at Target for a voucher that can be used to purchase a new car seat, booster seat, car seat base, or travel system.

    Are you in the market for a new child's car seat? If you have an old one, exchange it at Target for a voucher that can be used to purchase a new car seat, booster seat, car seat base, or travel system.

Powered by Frankly