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What costs do I, as a property owner, have to pay to hook up to the new sanitary sewer system?

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What costs do I, as a property owner, have to pay to hook up to the new sanitary sewer system?

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You will have to pay a one-time cost to convert your property from septic tank to sanitary sewer service. If you own a single-family home, you can expect the one-time cost to be on the order of $2,500 to $4,500. This one-time conversion cost consists of two amounts: § Connection Fee: the sanitary sewer connection fee is a one-time cost ($1,000 for single family homes) that must be paid to the City within 90-days following completion of the sanitary sewer system in your neighborhood, and prior to receiving a plumbing permit to hook-up to the new system. § Private Plumbing costs: It is estimated to cost approximately $1,500–$3,500 to properly abandon your existing septic tank and install the plumbing pipe from your house to the sewer lateral connection that the City will install at your property line. The actual cost will be determined by the conditions in your yard. The further you have to run the sewer pipe, the more difficult the digging conditions, the greater the cost. We recommend

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