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Contribution in Aid of Construction (CIAC)

Redevelopment activity in the Downtown/South Tampa Area  and Northeast/New Tampa Area will create additional water demands that necessitate improvements to water transmission, pumping, and storage infrastructure to provide adequate pressure to those areas. These areas have been designated  Contribution In Aid of Construction (CIAC) Areas to facilitate improvements to the water delivery system required to serve this growth.

The Delivery System Hydraulic Model was and used to determine cost-effective improvements required to serve this new growth and meet service levels into the year 2025. The required delivery system improvements and location map are available from the City of Tampa Utility Capital Improvement Projects (UCAP) by selecting CIAC New Water Pipeline.

 

CIAC Policy

 

Contribution in Aid of Construction (CIAC) Fees

 

Contribution in Aid of Construction Area

    CIAC Fees

Downtown and South Tampa $2145/ERU
Northeast Area $2724/ERU
Northeast Subarea 2 $2724/ERU

ERU = Equivalent Residential Unit (300 gallons per day)

 
 
CIAC Definitions

Downtown and South Tampa Area - The Downtown and South Tampa Area is bounded on the north by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (street centerline) and 1-275 (street centerline); on the east by 15th St. (street centerline), the west Ybor Channel shoreline, and the west Sparkman Channel shoreline; on the south by MacDill Air Force Base and the northern Hillsborough Bay shoreline; and on the west by Dale Mabry Highway (street centerline), and the eastern Old Tampa Bay shoreline (see Exhibit B13-1).

Northeast Area - Generally known as "New Tampa" service area as defined in Exhibit B14-1.

Northeast Sub area 2 - Generally known as "Grand Hampton" development as defined in Exhibit B14-1.

Equivalent Residential Unit - An Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) for purposes of the Contribution in Aid of Construction area is defined as 300 gallons per day (gpd).  This is consistent with other major Florida municipal water systems.  Exhibits B13-2 and B14-2 define the specific customer classes and the corresponding gpd water connection flow factors.

 

 

(page last reviewed: 11/22/13)