City of DuBois, PA
Clearfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of DuBois as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 6-29-1928 by Ord. No. 496 (Ch. 26, Part 1, of the 1995 Code)]
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
The waterworks and water supply of the City of DuBois and all water mains, dams and appurtenances thereto belonging shall be under the supervision and control of the City Council of the City of DuBois, which, for the purpose of more effectively operating said water system, may, annually, on the first Monday of January of each year, elect a person to be known as a "City Engineer," who shall serve at the pleasure of the City Council and shall receive such compensation as Council from time to time determines and, in case of his removal, his salary shall be paid for time actually served.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
It shall be the duty of the City Engineer, under the Department of Parks and Public Property, to have charge of and supervise the waterworks, water supply, water mains, dams and appurtenances thereto as described by ordinance.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585; 7-24-1995 by Ord. No. 1544]
The City Engineer shall furnish the Clerk of the Bureau of Water with reports, in writing, necessary that books may be kept to meet the requirements of the ordinances together with such other data required by the Public Utility Commission of Pennsylvania and shall furnish bond in the sum of $1,000, to be approved by Council, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duty and for the securing of the property of the City of DuBois which may come under his control.
All City water supplied to the City and to such persons, partnerships and corporations therein as may desire the same shall be supplied and furnished only upon and subject to the conditions imposed by law and this article.
All municipal buildings and swimming pools supported and maintained by public taxation, also fire and street purposes, shall be supplied with City water without charge therefor, but subject to such regulations as to the use thereof as the Superintendent of Parks and Public Property may impose.
All persons, partnerships and corporations desiring the use of City water may have it supplied to them on condition that they pay the established water rates and comply with all regulations relating to the use of City water imposed by law, City ordinance or adopted by the Superintendent of Parks and Public Property, pursuant to authority given to him by ordinance of the City Council.
As a condition precedent to the supplying to any person, partnership or corporation with City water, such person, partnership or corporation must first file in the waterworks office with the Clerk of the Bureau of Water, a written application, in form required by the Superintendent of Parks and Public Property, for the use of City water, agreeing to keep all service pipes in good repair and free from leaks; agreeing to comply with all regulations of the City with reference to the use of City water; and agreeing to pay, within the time specified by ordinance, the established water rates for the service desired. All such applications must be signed by the owner of the real estate or his authorized agent where City water is to be used, and all water rates from time to time accruing thereon shall be charged to such owner. All applications heretofore made for the use of City water, now on file in the water office, under which City water is now being supplied, shall be deemed to be a sufficient compliance with this article, and no new application need be filed in such cases.
Where an application has been made for the use of City water in the manner provided in § 440-7 of this article, and the service lines of the applicant are in serviceable condition and conform to the requirements hereof, a permit shall be granted to the applicant to use City water, subject to all regulations and conditions imposed by the City from time to time with reference to the use of City water; and no person, partnership or corporation shall use the City water for any purpose without such permit.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
No person, except the City Engineer or his properly authorized employee, will be permitted to tap or make any connections with the main or distributing pipes of the waterworks of the City of DuBois.
No street main will be tapped for the insertion of a larger pipe than one inch.
No main line shall be cut for street connections to supply water to consumers unless application and plan for the same is approved by the Superintendent of Parks and Public Property.
[Amended 8-19-1946 by Ord. No. 736; 1-16-1952 by Ord. No. 804; 6-10-1968 by Ord. No. 1063; 7-23-1973 by Ord. No. 1183; 12-30-1974 by Ord. No. 1213; 7-11-1977 by Ord. No. 1258]
A. 
Three-quarter-inch water taps and larger. No charge will be made for service connections which will be installed by the City of DuBois from the street water main to an approved curb box location in an excavation provided by the tap applicant, at applicant's own expense, from the said street main to curb box location. After installation of the tap by the City, the applicant will be responsible for backfilling of the ditch and restoration of the street in accordance with City of DuBois directives and specifications. No applications for water taps smaller than 3/4 inch will be accepted by the City.
B. 
Water customers with existing 1/2-inch or 3/4-inch service connections having service pressure of 25 psi or more, and applying for a renewed tap, will be subject to charges for all labor, material and equipment costs, including 20% overhead expenses for installation of service connections from the street main to the curb box location. Such applicants will be responsible for excavation, backfilling and street restoration as provided in Subsection A of this section.
An additional $3 will be charged for all taps made outside the City limits.
All 3/4-inch and one-inch taps are to be paid for at the time of making application, and additional costs for paved streets and street connections must be paid before the water is turned on.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
The City Engineer shall keep a record of the location of street connections, curb cocks and valves.
Every street connection at the time of making the same shall be provided with a separate curb cock and box at the curb of the sidewalk, when practicable, for each tenement or premises to be supplied.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
No person shall extend pipe from any house or lot that has water to another house or lot without the owner having first obtained permission, in writing, from the City Engineer, and stops must be so placed at the curbline that either premises can be shut off without closing of the other.
The curb cock and curb box at the curb are the property of the City, placed there for its sole use.
The pipe from the curb box into the premises of the water consumer is his property, and all repairs to the same must be made at his expense. If it becomes necessary to use the above-mentioned stop for the purpose of turning off the water, to make repairs, and it cannot be operated without opening the ground to the same, the cost must be borne by the party benefited.
After the ground has been opened, if a new box is required, it will be furnished by the City, free of charge, on application.
No additional distributing main or street connection shall be laid between the first of December and the first of April.
Unless otherwise arranged in advance with the Superintendent of Parks and Public Property, all plumbing from the curb inwards must be done at the expense of the owner of the property and in a manner satisfactory to the Bureau of Water. This regulation shall not be construed to prevent parties from digging their own trenches and furnishing their own material and fixtures.
In case of refusal of plumbers licensed by the City to do the work for private parties solely because of their furnishing their own material as above, the City reserves the right to authorize such work to be done under such regulations or order as shall seem just to all parties concerned.
The Bureau of Water shall furnish no material for use on private premises and do no work thereon, except at the cost of the parties benefited.
All service pipe (meaning pipe from the curb inward) must be laid not less than four feet below the surface. All pipe laid in the streets shall be at a depth of not less than four feet below the established grade thereof.
Every service pipe must have a stop and waste inside the premises, so placed and kept as always to be ready for use. It must control the whole supply and drain all the pipes and fixtures on said premises. It must be secure from frost and provided with a key approved by the City of DuBois, Bureau of Water, which key shall be kept in a convenient place ready for immediate use.
Where water pipes are put into buildings having front areas, it must be carried down in the street four feet below the floor of the area and pass under the floor at that depth.
No private hydrant will be allowed on the sidewalk, nor in a front yard within 12 feet of the line of the street, unless the yard is enclosed by a front fence; in which case the hydrant shall not be nearer said fence than four feet.
Water for building purposes will only be furnished upon the application of the owner or his authorized agent, who shall obtain a permit for the same from the Clerk of the Bureau of Water.
No person shall use a hose for washing away collections of leaves, heaps of dirt or offal, for flooding or cleaning the streets, nor in any other wasteful manner.
Public drinking fountains shall only be in use between the 15th day of May and the 15th day of October of each year. Faucets to public drinking fountains shall be self-closing, of a style approved by the City of DuBois, Bureau of Water, and supply to all such fountains shall be controlled by the same.
Pipes and fixtures must be placed and arranged in such a manner as will secure them against frost. Whenever it may become necessary to carry pipes along outer walls, beneath floors, through open spaces, or places where they may be affected by drafts of air, they must be thoroughly boxed and packed or otherwise protected against cold.
All pipes must be free from jogs or sags that will obstruct the drainage; be securely fastened to their places and so pitched that when the stop is turned off all water will flow toward the waste, as provided in § 440-26.
Premises intended to be occupied by more than one establishment, firm or family must be provided with an independent stop and waste conveniently located for each office, store, shop, floor, apartment, or set of apartments into which the water is introduced, so that any portion of the same which may be separately occupied can be drained without interfering with the supply of other occupants.
The plumbing of manufactories, business blocks, public buildings and other places where large quantities of water may be used shall be so done that the supply for all purposes may be metered at least expense to the City. To this end a union joint and suitable section of pipe is laid at a joint adjacent to the stop and waste.
Except in case of fire, no large current of water will be permitted to flow at intervals, causing irregularity of pressure. The use of fixtures which may create water hammers are prohibited.
Unless otherwise arranged with the City, feed pumps to steam boilers must draw their supply of water from an open tank, which shall be provided with a self-acting valve or float to control the flow of water.
Whenever the City water is introduced into any premises or changes are made in water pipes or fixtures affecting the supply, the rates, or the security against frost, the plumber shall give notice at the Office of the Bureau of Water as soon as the work is completed, and the plumbing will thereupon be promptly and carefully reinspected. The water will not be turned on permanently in any such case until the City Engineer is satisfied that each and every rule relating to the subject has been complied with.
Water consumers must keep their pipes and fixtures in good repair and protected against frost at their own expense and will be held responsible for any waste or damage that may ensue from defective pipes and fixtures.
No continuous flow to guard against freezing or for other purposes will be allowed, except by special permit and by paying extra for the same.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
Whenever complaint is made by any water consumer that his supply pipe is obstructed by frost or otherwise he shall be notified that a licensed plumber must make a thorough examination of his private pipes before anything will be done in the case by the City Engineer. After such service by a plumber, if the water consumer shall insists that the fault is with the pipe or pipes of the City, prompt attention will be given to the matter, provided an agreement is first made, in writing, that the complaining party shall pay all expenses in case the trouble is found to have originated upon his own premises or between his premises and the curb. Should the fault prove to be with the pipes of the City, no charge will be made against the water consumer, and he shall be refunded the amount of the plumber's bill for the preliminary examination, provided the same is reasonable, of which the City Engineer shall be the sole judge.
Persons intending to sprinkle the streets with wagons must arrange for the same in advance.
No person shall use City water for flushing sewers, settling earth in ditches, circuses or purposes of like nature without a permit from the Clerk of the Bureau of Water and paying for the same in advance.
Extension of distributing pipe (excepting as hereinafter noted) shall only be made after petition by the real estate owners along the line proposed, or their authorized agents, and upon entering into an agreement which shall satisfy the City Council that an annual revenue will be paid to the City equal to 7% of the cost of laying the pipe, dating from the time the water is turned into the same for public use. For extensions of mains outside the City limits, the assured annual revenue must not be less than 12 1/2% of the estimated cost of laying the pipe. Provided that the City Council may at its discretion extend mains without petition.
The above rules shall not apply in cases where it may become necessary to supply short gaps in distributing pipe in order to perfect the circulation or to increase the size already down, which shall be done as the City may direct.
Except in cases of emergency, all main or distributing pipe, before acceptance, shall be subject to a hammer test under a hydrostatic pressure of 300 pounds to the square inch.
The sums severally paid each year under agreements for the extension of distributing pipe shall be applied on the annual water rents that may be assessed against the premises of the respective subscribers thereto abutting on the proposed line, but no abatement in such payments shall ensue by reason of any excess over said annual rents or because the parties in interest do not use the City water on the premises of the respective subscribers thereto abutting on the proposed line until the sum total of rents paid each year by regular water consumers along the line of said extension shall equal the aggregate amount subscribed.
In calculating the amount of revenue required for laying down new distributing mains, a credit shall be allowed for the rents already collected from water consumers on the proposed line.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
All water consumers shall be placed on meters, and no contracts shall be made for the furnishing of water to any person or persons, copartnerships or corporations other than the meter rates specified by ordinance. The City Engineer of the City of DuBois shall place on the line of each consumer a water meter for the measuring of water, and bills shall be rendered quarterly from the office of the City Clerk, as provided by ordinance, covering water rates. The said meter shall be set as near to where the line enters the building as possible and so arranged as to be at all times accessible by the Water Department. The location of all meters and meter boxes, and the kind of meter boxes both within and without the corporate limits, shall be determined and approved by the Water Department of the City of DuBois. The property owner shall fully protect said meter against frost or other damages. Water used for industrial, commercial and public purposes must be registered through separate meters.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
Meters placed upon the properties of the consumers shall be at all times open to the inspection of the City Engineer, and when such water meters get out of repair, if they are the property of the owner, they shall be promptly repaired by the owner upon notice from the City Engineer. If such repairs are not made, then the City Engineer shall take such meter and have it repaired at the cost of the owner, and if the owner shall refuse to pay the cost of the repair, then the water shall be turned off.
All meters over 5/8 of an inch in size shall be purchased from the City and shall be sold and set by the City at cost plus an additional charge for overhead expense.
All meters installed by private consumers shall be purchased from the City and shall be sold and set by the City at cost plus an additional charge for overhead expense.
No other type or pattern of meter shall be used other than that adopted by the City Council and must be a circular gallon reader.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585; 7-24-1995 by Ord. No. 1544]
All meters, before being set, shall be tested as to accuracy of measurement by the City Engineer, and the consumer may, if not satisfied as to the registration as shown by the meter, have it retested by the Water Department by paying the City Treasurer an amount, as established from time to time by resolution of the City Council, which will be refunded should the meter prove to be registering incorrectly.
Water rents shall be assessed against the owners of the premises where the water is taken and remain a charge or lien upon the property until paid.
[Amended 10-8-1973 by Ord. No. 1186]
The Water Department shall read all meters once quarterly, but the quarterly billing periods for said water customers shall vary in the various sections of the City. For the year 1973 as to 2/3 of said customers, their meters shall be read in November to cover the water used in October and November. The remaining 1/3 of said water customers' meters shall be read in December and their bills will be for a full quarter. Beginning with 1974, each 1/3 of said water customers' meters shall be read in different months and they will be billed in separate months, and the bills will be sent out on the last day of each month.
[Amended 10-8-1973 by Ord. No. 1186]
All water rates shall be due and payable to the City Treasurer of the City of DuBois quarterly, on the 17th day following the date of billing for water used during the previous quarter.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585; 11-11-1935 by Ord. No. 589; 5-27-1954 by Ord. No. 833; 12-23-1968 by Ord. No. 1080; 6-27-1977 by Ord. No. 1257; 10-25-1982 by Ord. No. 1331; 9-25-2017 by Ord. No. 1825]
No discount shall be allowed for payment made within 15 days from the date of bill for water. After 15 days, a penalty of 10% per month on the unpaid balance shall be added to the unpaid bill.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Bureau of Water to make a list of all persons who have not paid their water rents by the 20th day of January, April, July and October of each quarter and certify the same to the City Engineer, and if the Clerk fails to certify such rates, he shall be charged with the same.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
Whenever two or more parties are supplied by the same service pipe, upon the failure of any one number to pay the water rents when due, or to comply with any regulation of this article, it shall be the duty of the City Engineer to turn off from said pipe until the rates, terms and conditions are complied with.
[Amended 7-12-1971 by Ord. No. 1142; 10-25-1982 by Ord. No. 1330; 1-10-1983 by Ord. No. 1344; 5-26-2009 by Ord. No. 1745]
A. 
When water is turned off on the premises for nonpayment of water due the City of DuBois, Bureau of Water, it shall not be turned on again until all back rents and penalties due the City and the further sum of $150 are paid to the City.
[Amended 3-14-2016 by Ord. No. 1813]
B. 
When water is turned off on the premises and the water meter is removed at the request of a customer, said meter shall not be reinstalled nor the water turned on again until the charge of $100 is paid to the City of DuBois.
[Amended 1-13-1948 by Ord. No. 750; 1-16-1953 by Ord. No. 804; 12-8-1958 by Ord. No. 891; 12-23-1968 by Ord. No. 1080; 6-27-1977 by Ord. No. 1257; 10-25-1982 by Ord. No. 1331; 2-24-1992 by Ord. No. 1498; 6-9-1997 by Ord. No. 1578; 9-25-2006 by Ord. No. 1706; 11-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1733; 4-8-2019 by Ord. No. 1839]
The water rates imposed by the City of DuBois shall be billed on a monthly basis at the following rates:
Monthly Usage
Rate per 1,000 Gallons
For up to 100,000 gallons
$7
Any usage of 100,001 gallons and above
$4
[Added 11-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1733[1]; amended 4-8-2019 by Ord. No. 1839]
A monthly surcharge to recover the cost of principal and interest payable on the debt incurred by the City of DuBois for water construction projects shall be imposed on each monthly bill based on the size of the meter as follows:
5/8- to 3/4-inch meter
$10
1-inch meter
$15
1.5-inch meter
$44
2-inch meter
$69
3-inch meter
$113
4-inch meter
$219
6-inch meter
$282
8-inch meter
$375
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also repealed original § 163, Average daily consumption, amended 9-25-2006 by Ord. No. 1706.
[Added 11-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1733[1]]
All applicants or consumers shall furnish the meter or meters and meter accessories and bear all expense for making the tap and work incidental thereto and shall pay the costs of all future maintenance, repair or replacement of the meter, meters or meter accessories.
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also repealed original § 164, Minimum quarterly charges, last amended 9-25-2006 by Ord. No. 1706.
[Amended 7-24-1995 by Ord. No. 1544]
If any consumer desires a special reading, he shall make application to the Clerk of the City of DuBois, Bureau of Water, and pay a fee, in an amount as established from time to time by resolution of the City Council, before the reading is made, to cover the expense of reading.
No abatement of charges shall be allowed for vacancy of premises, except for the period between quarterly meter readings succeeding the date that notice has been given in writing to the Clerk of the Bureau of Water by the property owner or his authorized agent.
Water shall be furnished by the City of DuBois to all consumers residing outside of the corporate limits of the City of DuBois, upon the main and lines that are now in existence or may hereafter be extended beyond the corporate limits of the City of DuBois, on the following terms and conditions.
Upon application made at the office of the Clerk of the Bureau of Water, as now provided, however, where the City of DuBois has received rights-of-way with a provision for the furnishing of water under said contracts, this provision shall not apply.
All lines and meter connections and accessories now in place and which do not conform to the above regulations shall be changed to conform thereto.
[Amended 11-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1733]
All applicants or consumers shall furnish the meter or meters and meter accessories and bear all expense for making the tap and work incidental thereto and shall pay the costs of all future maintenance, repair or replacement of the meter, meters or meter accessories. The type of meter to be used shall be the same as those used within the City limits.
[Amended 10-25-1982 by Ord. No. 1331; 2-9-1987 by Ord. No. 1432; 2-24-1992 by Ord. No. 1498; 2-11-2002 by Ord. No. 1643; 9-25-2006 by Ord. No. 1706; 11-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1733]
A. 
Whenever water is used on any metered premises for fire protection in an actual case of conflagration, no charge will be made for the same, and the amount so used shall be ascertained by comparison with the previous average use shown by the meter.
B. 
The charge for unmetered fire protection service shall be $200 per hydrant per year on all hydrants served by the water system of the City of DuBois.
Pipes for fire protection must be fitted up with such fixtures only as are needed for that purpose.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
Whenever practicable, the hose shall be kept attached to the fixtures, suspended conveniently for use in case of fire. Parties who use fire protection fixtures for other than fire protection purpose may be charged or held liable for violation of the rules, at the option of the City Engineer.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585; 7-24-1995 by Ord. No. 1544]
Parties having connections used for fire protection can test their fire apparatus at any time under the following conditions:
A. 
Written notice to be given at the office of the Bureau of Water that such test is desired; date and hour will be assigned the applicant when test can begin.
B. 
All tests must be made in the presence of the proper employee or the City Engineer, whose sole and only duty consists in removing and replacing the seals of the City Engineer used on the fire apparatus, and noting the time required for his presence.
C. 
Rates for testing shall be in amounts as established from time to time by resolution of the City Council.
D. 
Any person who shall violate any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding $600 and costs and, in default of payment thereof, shall be subject to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this article continues shall constitute a separate offense.
No person, partnership nor corporation shall use City water or permit it to be used for any other purpose than that for which the party pays water rates; nor permit water pipes to remain in a leaky condition; nor open, close, turn, interfere with, attach to, or connect with any fire hydrant, stop valve or cock, or disturb or damage any pipe machinery, tools or other property of the City of DuBois, Bureau of Water; nor throw any substance or any deleterious matter into the reservoir or streams feeding the same.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
It shall be the duty of the police of the City of DuBois to give vigilant aid to the Bureau of Water in the enforcement of these regulations, and to this end they shall report all violations thereof which come to their knowledge to the office of the City Engineer.
The officers of the City of DuBois have the right at all hours to enter upon or into any premises where the City water is taken, for the purpose of inspecting pipes and fixtures, setting, reading and repairing meters, turning water off and on, and enforcing the rules generally. Each and every denial of this right will render the offending party liable to the penalties prescribed for violation of this article.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
The City Engineer may limit or stop the supply of water in cases of emergency and shut it off for repairs or extension, he being the judge of the time and necessity. The City of DuBois shall not be liable in damages for any insufficient supply of City water.
All plumbing must be done in a thorough and workmanlike manner, both in regard to materials and labor, and will be required to conform strictly to the rules and regulations of the City of DuBois.
[Amended 6-24-1933 by Ord. No. 585]
No plumber will be permitted to turn water into any service pipe (aside from the purpose of testing his work, when it must be immediately turned off again), except from an order of the City Engineer.
All plumbing for blocks and manufacturing establishments shall be done in such a manner as to enable the water to be measured by a single meter of the least size that will furnish an adequate supply.
The Superintendent of Parks and Public Property may from time to time adopt such rules and regulations, not inconsistent with the provisions of this article, as may be necessary for the government of the waterworks system and the supply of water to the City of DuBois and to such persons, partnerships and corporations therein as may desire the same.
[Amended 7-24-1995 by Ord. No. 1544; 6-24-1996 by Ord. No. 1561; 7-10-2006 by Ord. No. 1705]
The owner of any improved property abutting upon the water system shall connect such improved property with and shall use the water system owned and operated by the City of DuBois and/or the Water Bureau of the City of DuBois in such manner as the City of DuBois or the Water Bureau may require, within 30 days after notice to such owner from either the City of DuBois or the DuBois Water Bureau to make such connection, subject to such limitations and restrictions as shall be established herein or otherwise shall be established by either the City of DuBois or the DuBois Water Bureau, or both.
[Added 6-24-1996 by Ord. No. 1561; amended 7-10-2006 by Ord. No. 1705]
The notice by the City of DuBois or the DuBois Water Bureau to make connection to a main referred to in this article shall consist of a copy of this article, including any amendments and/or supplements at the time in effect or a summary of each section thereof and any written or printed document requiring the connection in accordance with the provisions of this article and specifying that such connection shall be made within 30 days after the date such notice is given or served. Such notice may be given or served at any time after a main is in place which can deliver water to the particular improved property. Such notice shall be given or served upon the owner in accordance with law.
[Added 6-24-1996 by Ord. No. 1561]
Any person who shall violate any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding $1,000 and costs and, in default of payment thereof, shall be subject to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this article continues shall constitute a separate offense.
[Adopted 12-19-2013 by Ord. No. 1789]
The water rates imposed by the City of DuBois on customers outside of the corporate boundaries of the City of DuBois shall be billed as follows:
Consumption in Gallons
Rate Per 1,000 Gallons
Per Month
Per Quarter
For the first
100,000
300,000
$5.15
For all usage over
100,000
300,000
$3.77
The minimum monthly charges based on the size of the meter shall be as follows:
Meter Size
Per Meter Per Month
Per Meter Per Quarter
5/8- to 3/4-inch
$6
$18
1-inch
$9
$27
1 1/2-inch
$26
$78
2-inch
$41
$123
3-inch
$67
$201
4-inch
$131
$393
6-inch
$168
$504
8-inch
$225
$675
The charge for unmetered fire protection service shall be $184.37 per hydrant, per year.