What will it cost to connect?

Connection fees are the costs associated with physically connecting to the sewer or water main, while capacity fees are fees associated with providing capacity in the wastewater plant or water facilities for each customer.  The homeowner will be responsible for any plumbing and pipe required within their property, plus abandoning their septic system in accordance with County Health Department guidelines.

The connection and capacity fees for the District will be waived if a homeowner connects to the sanitary sewer or water main within 6 months of service being available.  

If the homeowner elects to connect in the future, the connection fees are anticipated to be approximately $1,000 to $2,000 and the capacity fees are anticipated to be approximately $4,000 to $6,000 for water and sewer combined.  

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1. Will the materials in support of the District formation be published?
2. Who will be appointed to the District Board?
3. I live in the proposed District boundary. Will I be forced to connect to sewer or water?
4. Where can I find the Indiana Code regarding this exemption?
5. What will my monthly water and sewer bills be?
6. What will it cost to connect?
7. Will homeowners be allowed to maintain their private wells for geothermal systems, lawn maintenance, etc.?
8. Where are the proposed wastewater treatment plant and water tower anticipated to be located?