The City of Glendale will hold a live informational meeting regarding
proposed 2022 water & sewer rates on July, 27, 2021 at 2 p.m.

The Glendale City Council will be hosting a live meeting where they will discuss proposed water and sewer rate increases.

“Council is proposing a 4.3% increase for water and a 3.0% increase for sewer,” according to the city’s Water Services deputy director Katrina Alberty who said the proposed rate increases are not related to the Colorado River Basin Drought Contingency Plan.  

Alberty clarified, “Whether it’s our contracted services, our raw water costs, our chemicals to treat the water, electricity, infrastructure costs to keep the pipes and plants running, [prices] continue to go up.”   

The council’s proposed plan would increase the average residential customer bill by about a dime per day.  

Visit the City’s website to see all the details as well as FAQs or you can watch the video below to learn more.

J.D. Manning
Author: J.D. Manning founder and administrator. Arrowhead resident and Realtor, The Arrowhead Agent with eXp Realty