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Gaylord Water/Sewer Rate Schedule

For Properties located inside the City Limits:

Residential Classification 
  Monthly Water Base Charge: $8.25
  Water Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $0.81
  Monthly Sewer Base Charge: $8.15
  Monthly Sewer Debt 1 Charge: $5.94
  Monthly Sewer Debt 2 Charge: $3.06
  Sewer Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $3.00
  Minimum Monthly Bill (no usage): $25.40

Commercial Classification
  Monthly Water Base Charge: $23.66
  Water Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $0.81
  Monthly Sewer Base Charge: $17.15
  Monthly Sewer Debt 1 Charge: $19.01
  Monthly Sewer Debt 2 Charge: $9.79
  Sewer Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $3.00
  Minimum Monthly Bill (no usage): $69.61

Institutional Classification
  Monthly Water Base Charge: $27.80
  Water Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $0.81
  Monthly Sewer Base Charge: $17.15
  Monthly Sewer Debt 1 Charge: $26.14
  Monthly Sewer Debt 2 Charge: $13.46
  Sewer Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $3.00
  Minimum Monthly Bill (no usage): $84.55

Manufacturing Classification
  Monthly Water Base Charge: $26.10
  Water Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $0.81
  Monthly Sewer Base Charge: $17.15
  Monthly Sewer Debt 1 Charge: $24.35
  Monthly Sewer Debt 2 Charge: $12.55
  Sewer Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $3.00
  Minimum Monthly Bill (no usage): $80.15

Governmental Classification
  Monthly Water Base Charge: $8.85
  Water Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $0.81
  Monthly Sewer Base Charge: $17.15
  Monthly Sewer Debt 1 Charge: $6.53
  Monthly Sewer Debt 2 Charge: $3.37
  Sewer Consumption Charge per 100 Cubic Feet: $3.00
  Minimum Monthly Bill (no usage): $32.90

For properties located outside of the City Limits, please call for rate information.

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Gaylord Water Report

The City of Gaylord Water Quality Reports provide information on the drinking water quality for the City of Gaylord water system. Included in the reports are details about where the water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards.

 

 

        

  


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