13.12.820 – Connection fees

  1. The fees for each permit allowing connection with the City sewer systems and tributary to the Fox River Wastewater Treatment Facility located
    1. Residential Dwelling Units
      Single and multiple family dwelling units.
      Class                      Description                  Square Feet                  Connection Fee
         1                         Dwelling Unit               Over 1,000                   $1,520 
         2                         Dwelling Unit               Under 1,000                 $1,120
         3                         Dwelling Unit               800 Maximum              $1,000
    2. Other Uses
      1. All Users other than residential dwelling units, described above, shall pay a connection fee based upon the estimated daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage as determined by the City Engineer.  The Building Commissioner and/or City Engineer may require the applicant to provide an estimate certified to by an engineer licensed in the state of Illinois.  The charge per gallon of the daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage for calculating the connection fee is $4.30.  In no case shall the connection fee be less than the fee for a Class 1 dwelling unit.
      2. Once the actual usage begins and it is determined that the actual daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage is larger than the estimated daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage, there will be an additional fee for the gallons per day over the original estimated daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage based on $4.30 per gallon.  There will be no rebates if the actual daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage falls below the estimated daily maximum (i.e., peak) water usage.
  2. The fees for each permit allowing connection with the City sewer systems and tributary to the West Side Wastewater Treatment Facility located along IL Route 38 shall be as follows:
    1. Residential Dwelling Units
      Single and multiple family dwelling units.
      Description                                    Connection Fee
      Single Family Detached                  $2,985.50
      Single Family Attached                   $2,559.00
    2. Public Land District – Correctional Facility
      1. A Public Land District – Correctional Facility shall pay a connection fee based upon fifty percent (50%) of the estimated daily wastewater discharge as determined by the City Engineer.  The Building Commissioner and/or City Engineer may require the applicant to provide an estimate certified to by an engineer licensed in the state of Illinois.  The charge per gallon of the daily wastewater discharge for calculating the connection fee is $8.53.
      2. After twelve (12) months of full occupancy the balance of the connection fee shall be paid based on the actual daily wastewater discharge at the facility.  The charge per gallon of the daily wastewater discharge is $8.53.
    3. Other Uses
      1. All Users other than residential dwelling units and public land district – correctional facility described above, shall pay a connection fee based upon the estimated daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage, as determined by the City Engineer.  The Building Commissioner and/or City Engineer may require the applicant to provide an estimate certified to by an engineer licensed in the state of Illinois.  The charge per gallon of the daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage for calculating the connection fee is “$8.53.  In no case shall the connection fee be less than the fee for a single-family detached dwelling unit.
      2. Once the actual usage begins and it is determined that the actual daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage is larger than the estimated daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage, there will be an additional fee for the gallons per day over the original estimated daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage based on $8.53 per gallon.  There will be no rebates if the actual daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage falls below the estimated daily maximum (i.e. peak) water usage.
(2008-M-23: § 1; 2000-M-3: § 1; 1998-M-117: § 1; 1998-M-30: § 1; 1997-M-65: § 1; 1996-M-36: § 1; 1995-M-18: § 1)