How do Sugar Land’s water rates compare to nearby cities?

In a 2018 survey conducted by the Texas Municipal League (TML), Sugar Land’s residential water and wastewater bills ranked 15% to 20% less than the average bill for 45 cities over 50,000 in population (including costs for mandatory groundwater reduction).

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1. Why is a water rate increase necessary?
2. How are water rates increased?
3. How can I conserve water to lower my bill?
4. How do Sugar Land’s water rates compare to nearby cities?
5. I’m on a fixed income, do you have a program to get a discount?
6. Why is the Integrated Water Resources Plan (IWRP) necessary?
7. Will the utility rate study you mention result in yet another rate increase?
8. When will the rate increases take effect?
9. What about future rate increases?
10. What’s the Integrated Water Resources Plan (IWRP)?