Stormwater Assessment Program
The Stormwater Assessment Program includes a Service Assessment and an Improvement Assessment. The Service Assessment has been in existence since 2003 as described in Resolution2003-937. The Improvement Assessment was adopted in 2016 as Stormwater Utility Funding Frequently Asked Questions (2019)
Service Assessment Program January 2020 Quarterly Report
Service Assessment - Annual Non-Ad Valorem assessment that pays for operations and maintenance of the existing stormwater system. Services include street sweeping, pond maintenance, pipeline system cleaning, outfall cleaning, ditch maintenance and miscellaneous micro-projects ancillary to maintenance activities.
Improvement Assessment - Annual Non-Ad Valorem assessment, that pays for capital improvements associated with the stormwater system in the Central and Lower Improvement Area. Improvements include system capacity increases, treatment facilities such as ponds, ditches and baffle boxes, new pipelines and box culverts, pump stations, backflow valves, inlets, curb and gutter systems, as well as roadway regrading to improve flow patterns.
Miscellaneous Capital Improvement Program Completed Projects
Capital Improvement Program Active Project list can be found in the Stormwater Quarterly Reports.