Why am I getting charged a Stormwater Utility Fee when I am not on city sewer or water?
The Stormwater Utility Fee has nothing to do with potable (drinking) water, wastewater or whether you're on city sewer. Stormwater is rain. The Stormwater Utility Fee is being charged for the service the city provides in controlling, storing and monitoring the community's stormwater runoff, which is greater coming from developed properties. All developed properties produce stormwater runoff and are, therefore, charged a Stormwater Utility Fee.

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1. What is Stormwater?
2. Why is stormwater management so important?
3. What are key concerns for the City of Sapulpa Stormwater Management Division?
4. What are examples of stormwater pollutants?
5. What steps can a home/property owner take to protect water quality of Sapulpa’s Creeks?
6. Why am I charged a Stormwater Utility Fee on my utility bill?
7. What does the Stormwater Utillity Fee pay for?
8. What is the current rate for the Stormwater Utility Fee?
9. Who has to pay a Stormwater Utility Fee?
10. I have no storm drains or ditches in my neighborhood. Why am I receiving a bill for the Stormwater Utility Fee?
11. Why am I getting charged a Stormwater Utility Fee when I am not on city sewer or water?
12. How do I report pollution or spills?