Rate Calculator - No Account Number

Rate Calculator - No Account Number

IRWD customer bills are calculated using IRWD's Budget Based Rate Structure. This rate structure provides you with the water you need and promotes water conservation and efficient use of water.

The idea behind this calculator is that you can see how your bill will change, depending upon how much water (measured in CCFs) you use during the month. Remember that one CCF is equal to about 748 gallons. The calculator is based on an average residential family of four with a home that uses a 5/8" size meter, has .03 acres of irrigated property and no variances.

This rate calculator uses Proposed FY17-18 IRWD rates effective July 1, 2017 and can be used to estimate your bill with proposed IRWD rates. To see how your bill will change depending upon how much water you use, just slide the bar to adjust the number of CCFs.

Please note: This online calculator is for estimating purposes only. Your actual bill may vary. If you need assistance or have specific questions about your water bill, please contact an IRWD Customer Service Specialist at customerservice@irwd.com or call 949-453-5300.

This rate calculator does not require an account number, if you would like to use a calculator that is specific to your account please click here.

 

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