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All properties in the county contribute stormwater to the system, so all should contribute to the cost of operating the system. A significant portion of the utility’s revenues will be used for maintenance, planning and water quality improvements to the existing system, including the one in your neighborhood. As the facilities in your part of the county age, they require a higher level of maintenance and eventual replacement. The remaining revenue will be used for capital improvement projects that will reduce flooding threats to life and property that currently exist. While the stormwater system in your area may be adequate to protect your neighborhood, the storm flows may contribute to problems downstream.
All new development will be required to follow existing county ordinances. These regulations require the developers to build storm sewer systems and stormwater detention facilities to manage the runoff generated by their developments. Once a lot is developed, that lot will be subject to the same stormwater fee as all the existing lots.