Capacity Fees

Updated April 18, 2013

Capacity fees are assessed on a one time basis when a customer desires to connect to the Sanitary Sewers system.  These fees pay for capital improvements associated with the Wastewater Treatment Plant and large pipelines. Capacity fees areas follows:The City's wastewater capacity fee is determined by the size and number of water meters providing domestic water supply (excluding irrigation and fire flow meters).SCHEDULE "A" - For premises which received initial C/O after September 30,1987, or for premises which replace a meter with a larger meter, the capacity fee is based on fee schedule below:

WATER METER SIZE IN INCHES

SEWER DISTRICT DISTRICT CODE 5/8" 1" 1 1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10"
INTERBAY S21 $1,608 $6,464 $21,290 $41,310 $120,311 $198,138 $284,439 $447,137 $675,360
WEST RIVER S22 $1,866 $7,501 $24,706 $47,938 $139,614 $229,929 $330,077 $518,879 $783,720
CAUSEWAY S23 $1,871 $7,521 $24,772 $48,066 $139,988 $230,545 $330,961 $520,269 $785,820
SOUTHEAST S24 $2,079 $8,358 $27,526 $53,410 $155,551 $256,174 $367,754 $578,108 $873,180
MAIN OUTLET S25 $1,622 $6,520 $21,475 $41,669 $121,358 $199,863 $286,916 $451,030 $681,240
DOWNTOWN S26 $1,754 $7,051 $23,223 $45,060 $131,234 $216,128 $310,265 $487,735 $736,680
CENTRAL S27 $1,769 $7,111 $23,422 $45,446 $132,357 $217,976 $312,918 $491,906 $742,980

Sewer Improvement Fees

Sewer Improvement (SI) fees are collected to pay for the Sanitary Sewer neighborhood collection system and house laterals up to the property line.  SI fees can vary considerably depending on the age of the neighborhood system and how it was funded. There are no SI fees associated with systems installed and paid for by a developer.

For further information on SI fees, please contact Wastewater Planning or call (813) 274-7844.

Capacity Fee District Map

Map and Wastewater Coverage Areas for the City of Tampa