Questions about future utility rates? Curious about how pollution, runoff, and other storm water issues are tackled in Missoula? You’re invited to the August 22nd 5:30 – 7:00 pm Open House where the Storm Water Utility will present its rate study results. Located in the Jack Reidy Conference Room at 140 W. Pine Street, there will be drinks, cookies, and conversation about the Storm Water Utility’s operations and maintenance costs.
Whether someone walks, bikes, rides the bus, or drives in Missoula, everyone has a storm water footprint.
The City of Missoula Storm Water Utility’s rate charge pays for:
The ultimate benefit will be ensuring Missoula has clean waterways now and for years to come.
As dictated by Ordinance 3580 – MMC 13.27, utility rates cover storm water services for every property and street in Missoula. The City developed an interim rate schedule for the storm water utility and began an in-depth rate study the summer of 2017. When completed, this study will be used to establish a new rate schedule and must be approved by City Council as part of a public process. The interim rates are as follows: