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Unfortunately, no. Because outstanding and unpaid water bills may result in a lien being placed on the property, therefore impacting the owner of the property, water bills must remain only in the name of the property owner. Those property owners who wish to have water bills sent directly to the rental property may do so; however, the customer name will remain that of the property owner, not the renter.
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Our Streets Guide (PDF) will assist you in determining if specific addresses are inside City limits.
Our Zoning Map (PDF) is provided on this site for your convenience. Please confirm the zoning on any property with the City Planner, Patrick Mulready, 719-276-5294 before making any decisions relative to a property.
No. Fire Protection is provided through a special district. You may contact them at 719-275-8666, or at their offices located at 1475 N 15th Street.
No. Sewer services are provided through a special district. You may contact them at the Fremont Sanitation District, 719-269-9050, or at their offices located at 107 Berry Parkway.
Water Rates (PDF) and adjustments to water rates are reviewed and set by the City Council by ordinance (PDF). Various areas within the City's water system pay various rates, depending on their location, whether inside or outside City limits, and any pumping charges.
Generally, residential customers are billed quarterly, and commercial customers are billed monthly. Special circumstances or policies may apply that would change this billing cycle for some types of customers. You may contact the water billing department to determine which billing cycle your property is on.
Yes. Fill out a Stormwater Utility Inquiry Form (PDF) and submit it to City Hall. We will follow up on the amount of impervious surface you are being charged for and verify the amount of the billing you receive.