What are the city's sewer tap fees and how are they determined?
A sewer tap fee is charged for the inspection, testing, and administrative costs associated with a connection to the city's sanitary sewer system. In addition, a capacity fee is charged to recover the cost of the connection's proportionate share of the infrastructure capacity, and to fund capital improvements related to growth. Sewer tap and capacity fees are specified in Section 3-5-12(G) of the City of Montrose
Municipal Code.

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1. What are the city's sewer tap fees and how are they determined?
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5. What if my E One pump alarm sounds?