Why does my rate not match what is on the residential tiered rate schedule?

Some properties are associated with a larger development (condos, subdivisions) that have common impervious area benefiting all properties. The common impervious area (parking areas, swimming pools, playgrounds, parks, pavilions, recreational courts, etc.) are equally divided among all parcels within the development. Therefore, your rate may be different than what is on the tiered rate schedule. If the common area for your development is identified as it's own parcel, the Association will be assessed independently. 

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1. Is this a new fee?
2. What's changing?
3. Why does my rate not match what is on the residential tiered rate schedule?
4. Why make this change?
5. What is pervious surface area?
6. What is impervious surface area?
7. What services does the City provide for stormwater management?
8. What benefits will the assessment provide and how soon will we see improvements?
9. Who is impacted by the stormwater assessments?
10. Will the revenues generated by the stormwater assessment be used for the City’s General Fund on other projects?
11. What are the advantages of charging for this assessment through the tax bill as opposed to the water utility bill?
12. How will this affect condominium properties?
13. How did the City determine impervious area?
14. What if I find a discrepancy in the impervious area determined for my property?
15. What is stormwater runoff?
16. Why is stormwater runoff a problem?
17. Will I receive a credit adjustment for previous stormwater fees made?
18. What is the process for finalizing the assessment?
19. Where can I get more information on this proposed assessment?