Updated Trash Schedule - Week of Jan. 20, 2020:
Due to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday's garbage and yard waste pickup will be on Tuesday (Jan 21), and Tuesday's pickup will now be on Wednesday (Jan 22). There are no other changes for the week.
P.O Box 2807, (32781-2807)
555 S. Washington Ave.
Titusville, Fl 32796
Phone: (321) 383-5791
Fax: (321) 383-5848
Contact: Customer Service
Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
The City of Titusville, Florida / Support Services / Customer Service/Utility Billing / Stormwater Billing / Stormwater Rate StructureStormwater Rate Structure
Stormwater bills for both residential and commercial properties are based on Equivalent Residential Units or ERUs.
What's an ERU?
An ERU is one residential quarter-acre lot with a runoff coefficient of 0.30.
A quarter-acre lot reflects the average size of a single family residence in the City of Titusville.
The runoff coefficient is that portion of rainfall that becomes runoff rather than soaking into the ground. A runoff coefficient of 0.30 means that approximately 30% of rain that falls on a residential lot does not soak into the ground and becomes stormwater runoff.
Water that becomes runoff must be managed in order to prevent flooding and protect the water quality in our local waterways. Your stormwater fees pay the cost to perform these services. The City of TItusville's Stormwater Utility is responsible for managing stormwater in the city.
A single family residential property is charged a stormwater fee based one Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU).
Townhouses and condos are charged a stormwater fee based on one-half (1/2) an ERU.
Commercial customers are charged a stormwater fee based on the number of ERU’s calculated for their specific piece of property. Most commercial properties are calculated to have more than one ERU because the amount of runoff from commercial property is usually greater than that from single family residential properties.
Stormwater Rate Per ERU
2018 - 1 ERU = $87.70
2019 - 1 ERU = $89.89
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