Rates and Resolutions
Domestic and Irrigation Rates RESOLUTION No. 08-2021 Irrigation & Water Rates Increase (effective 3.01.2021)
RESOLUTION No. 10-2021 Irrigation & Water Hookup Fees (effective 3.01.2021)
RESOLUTION No. 09-2021 Domestic Water & Irrigation Misc. Fees (effective 3.01.2021)
RESOLUTION No. 11-2021 Domestic Water Rates Fees Increase (effective 3.01.2021)
RESOLUTION No. 41-2020 Domestic Water Hookup Fees (effective 10.01.2020)
RESOLUTION No. 09-2020 Irrigation Rate Increase (effective 03.01.2020)
RESOLUTION No. 10-2020 Domestic & Irrigation Water Misc. Fees (effective 03.01.2020)
RESOLUTION No. 11-2020 Irrigation Hookup Fee Increase (effective 03.01.2020)
Oct 2019 Rate Increase Notice
RESOLUTION No.31-2019 Domestic Water Rates and Fees (effective 10.01.19)
RESOLUTION No. 32-2019 Domestic Water Hookup Fees (effective 10.01.19)
RESOLUTION No. 3-2019 Irrigation Water Rates Increase (effective 03.01.19)
RESOLUTION No. 4-2019 Domestic Water & Irrigation MISC FEES (effective 03.01.19)
RESOLUTION No. 34-2018 Domestic Water Rates and Fees (effective 01.01.19)
RESOLUTION No. 35-2018 Domestic Water Hookup Fees (effective 10.01.18)
RESOLUTION No. 6-2018 Irrigation Rate Increase (effective 03.01.18)
RESOLUTION No. 7-2018 Irrigation Hookup Fee Increase (effective 03.01.18)
RESOLUTION No. 5-2018 Domestic and Irrigation Misc Fees Increase (effective 03.01.18)
Residential Rate Increase
Commercial Rate Increase
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Several Years of Increases?
These increases were recommended after an extensive water rate study that found serious deficiencies in our water delivery system. Nampa’s aging water system has worked silently for years without significant pipe replacement but now it is time to reinvest. Without reinvestment, we could be headed for a water crisis characterized by unplanned outages, emergency repairs and even higher costs. Emergency repairs can cost 15 times more than planned replacement because they frequently require overtime staff hours, result in property damage, and can occur under newly paved roadways.
Pre-increase funding barely covers operations and basic maintenance costs. An additional $33.4 million will be needed over the next 10 years. Increases will fund ongoing replacement of nearly 470 miles of domestic pipeline (some of which is over 100 years old), upgrading pumps to bring water from its source to your home, increasing supply and maintaining water quality to ensure clean, safe, drinking water.
Projects to be funded with the rate increase.
Rates are different for residential and commercial properties. Please note that some residential customers live in either non-single family or even commercial or industrial zones -- and those rates are higher. If you have questions about your water bill, call (208) 468-5711 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.