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Service Charges

Cities can collect user fees for certain services offered that operate as a direct individual service such as water and sewer, parking, copy services and recreational facilities.  Although some of these functions can be run like a businell, revenues generated from service charges cannot exceed the cost of providing the corresponding service beyond a reasonable amount.  Although utility providers collect service charges, they are not typically compared to other service charges such as solid wast collection and transit.




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  • Want to know more about city revenues collected by service charges?  Contact Joseph Coleman.
  • Have questions about what fees your city can collect?  Contact Chris Johnson.
  • Need information on how to change rates for a service?  Contact Chris Johnson
If you would like to suggest an addition to the topic list or suggest a correction, please contact Joseph Coleman.