RESOLUTION NO. 2016 – 320
A Resolution of the City Council of the City of
Raleigh, North Carolina, Revising the Schedule of Rates,
Charges, Tiers and Credits for City of Raleigh Stormwater
Utility by Revising Resolution No. 2008 – 540
, the City Council of the City of Raleigh enacted Part 6, Chapter 3 of the City
Code which places upon the City Council the obligation to establish by resolution the
Single-family Equivalent Unit (SFEU), which means the median impervious surface area
of single-family (detached home) on developed land located within the City, the SFEU
Rate (base rate), which means the stormwater management service charge applied to
other residential and nonresidential developed land per SFEU, the Single-Family Tiers,
which means the variable assignment of SFEUs for customers of single-family
developed property, and late fees; and
, the City Manager has recommended rates as set forth herein; and
, the City Council has evaluated the recommendations and has determined
that the standard fees and charges set forth herein below are reasonably necessary and
are in accordance with the provisions of Part 6 Chapter 3 of the City Code; and
, the City Council has determined it to be appropriate to implement the rates
set forth herein as of the effective date of this resolution,
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
The single-family equivalent unit (SFEU) is
hereby established to be 2,260 square feet of impervious surface area.
SFEU Rate Established.
The single-family equivalent unit rate for
stormwater management service charges applied to other residential and nonresidential
developed land is hereby established to be $5.00 per month for each single-family
equivalent unit (SFEU) or portion of a single-family equivalent unit on the parcel.
SFEU Calculation Established.
The single-family equivalent unit
for each customer is established for other residential and nonresidential developed land
by dividing the total impervious surface area of the property by the single-family
equivalent unit (SFEU) rounded to the nearest tenth. But the minimum value shall not
be less than the percentage of single-family equivalent unit applied to the lowest tier
established for single-family developed land.