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Utility Billing statements are printed on the 11th of each month with a due date of the 5th on the following month. View the current rates for water, sewer, storm drainage, landscape, trash and recycling and miscellaneous fees below.

Schedule of Rates and Fees

Online Billing for Utility Bills

Online Billing allows you to view and pay your bill online (at no additional charge) through your Visa, MasterCard, Checking or Savings account, schedule reoccurring or one-time payments, and view up to 12 months bill history. Click the link below for details.

Visit Xpressbillpay.com to pay your water bill online or to set up Auto Pay 

Trash and Recycling Fee

Monthly fee on residential property within Original Town, Sagamore, The Ridge, Coal Creek Crossing, Superior Town Center and Calmante for contracted trash and recycling. The current fee is $9.65 a month.

Landscape Maintenance Fee

Monthly fee for enhanced landscaping within our community. The fee is broken down as follows:
  • $30/month Single-Family Detached Residence
  • $25/month Single-Family Attached and Condominium Residence
  • $20/month Apartment

Water Restrictions

During irrigation season, the Town of Superior requests that there will be no irrigation from potable lines during the watering season between the hours of 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. The watering of commercial, parks and common areas throughout the community, is supplied by non-potable water.

Recommendations to Conserve Water

For outside water use:

  • Check your sprinkler timers to avoid excessive application. We suggest you start your watering at 6-7 minutes per zone to see if that is sufficient and if not then increase by 1 minute increments until the desired time for your yard. Lawns need less water in the spring and cooler temperatures mean less evaporation.
  • Make sure your zones are set at the appropriate times to avoid the system running twice per day.
  • Check your heads annually to avoid water run-off onto sidewalks and streets.
  • Some zones may require less water than others depending on soil condition, sun exposure and type of sprinkler heads.
  • Try “cycle & soak watering”: due to the large amount of clay in local soils, water is not easily absorbed. The cycle & soak method can be an efficient irrigation strategy. Water 3-4 minutes, wait at least an hour between waterings and water again for 3-4 minutes. More moisture will be absorbed than if you water for 12 continuous minutes.
  • Check your yard for over saturated areas. This could indicate a leak on your lines underground.

For general water conservation tips, please visit the Alliance for Water Efficiency.

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