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Water & Sewer Rates
The SAWS rate structure is designed to provide balance between residential and business rates and strengthen conservation pricing for all water users.
2014 Rate Schedules
Monthly water rates are based upon water usage measured per 100 gallons and are determined by the type of water service received.
The most current rates for SAWS residential customers.
SAWS offers four levels of affordability discounts for residential customers who meet the income eligibility requirements.
For business customers, a multi-step, base-excess use structure has been developed called the General Class.
The landscape irrigation rate applies to all "landscape irrigation" accounts.
This is a multi-step, base-excess use structure developed for those in the Wholesale Class.
A monthly service availability and volume charge for recycled water customers.
This fee directly funds the acquisition of new water supplies to reduce San Antonio's dependence on the Edwards Aquifer.
San Antonio established monthly stormwater fees and rate schedules to protect the health, safety and welfare of the community.
This is a pass-through charge of the Edwards Aquifer Authority Permit Fee to all SAWS water customers.
This fee applies to all residential, commercial and wholesale accounts.
This fee applies to all food service and food processing establishments to aid in the prevention of sanitary sewer blockages and overflows.
These fees are designed to recover costs associated with providing special services to particular customers and help decrease pressure on system-wide rates.
The most current rates for residential and commercial customers of the former BexarMet.
SAWS may authorize a meter to be connected temporarily to a fire hydrant during construction operations in lieu of installing a temporary service line.