The report includes detailed fee charts projected through 2027, as well as the estimated quarterly impact for average homeowners and businesses.
Prior to 2022, there has not been a rate increase since 2016, and Coon Rapids has not significantly changed the utility rate structure since 2009. Adjustments are needed to plan for long-term maintenance and future upgrades of aging infrastructure.
Rate changes include:
New Fixed Rates - Service Charge An increase to the service charge (base fee) for all users.
New Usage Rates - Tier Charge A modified 3-tier structure for residential and multi-family users (Tier 1 & 2 decrease). A new 2-tier structure for commercial and industrial users.
Rate changes will go into effect beginning May 1, 2023 for all users. View the water and sewer rates in the section below.
Irrigation Rate - applies to users with separately metered irrigation
Usage per Quarter
Per 1,000 gallons
Sewer Rates - base fee plus winter quarter (or less) consumption
Type of Residence
Fee Per 1,000 Gallons
Single Family (SF)
Duplex (Per Unit)
Townhouses, Condos, Mobile Homes (Per Unit)
Apartments or Units (Sewer Only)
Unmetered residential accounts
Townhouses, Condos, Apartment Common Meter (Per Unit)
Industrial and Institutional
The consumption fee is based on the winter quarter (or less) water use. Typically during the winter months, all water used goes into the sewer system. The consumption portion of the charge is directed to the Metropolitan Council which is responsible for treating waste water.