What is the tiered rate structure?
CVWD's tiered rate structure better reflects the range of costs for various water supplies, keeps consumption charges low for customers who conserve water, and provides a financial incentive for water conservation. The four-tiered structure charges customers for water use in each successive tier. For example for residential customers with a 3/4" meter, the first 10 units of water are charged at the Tier 1 rate, the next 30 units are charged at the Tier 2 rate, and so on.

The increased rates will assist the district in continuing to meet operational needs, improve upon existing infrastructure, recover increasing expenses, and build new infrastructure to ensure an adequate water supply. Visit here to view the tiered rate structure.

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1. Does CVWD offer a turf rebate?
2. How do I establish or terminate service?
3. Does CVWD offer a senior or low-income discount?
4. What is the tiered rate structure?
5. As a customer, what portion of my water and sewer lines are my responsibility?
6. How do I read my water meter?
7. What is the meter service charge?
8. Can I pay my bill online?
9. Can I pay my bill automatically?
10. Does CVWD offer monthly billing?
11. What other online services do you offer besides bill pay?
12. When will I get my security deposit back?
13. What conservation rebates does CVWD offer?
14. What rebate programs are available for businesses?
15. Does CVWD provide residential water consultations?
16. Can my swimming pool be filled from a fire hydrant?