What is stormwater?
Stormwater runoff is all water (rainfall or snow melt) that ultimately flows into drainage facilities, streams, ponds, lakes, wetlands or other waterborne. Stormwater is prevented from naturally absorbing into the ground because of human sprawl including buildings, parking lots, patios, sidewalks and driveways.

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1. What is an average monthly bill for a home in Fairview?
2. How are rates calculated?
3. What is a unit of water?
4. What is stormwater?
5. What part of my utility bill is a flat rate and what part can I control?
6. How can I reduce my bill?
7. How can I voice my opinion on utility rates?
8. What is my stormwater utility bill fee used for?
9. What is the public works facility fee used for?