CCSD Fee ScheduleCCSD Fee Schedule
The CCSD bills on a bi-monthly basis. Consumption charges are based on the amount of water delivered through your meter. Water and wastewater usage charges are computed by unit. One unit is equal to approximately 748 gallons.
New Statement Format
Please note, the format of your utility bill has changed, due to a Billing Software System change. Please reference the sample below to review changes implemented. For further clarification, please contact the district office at (805) 927-6223.
Water and Wastewater Rates
Detailed rate charts are available by clicking on the following links:Water and Sewer Rates - Effective 7-1-2022Water Rates for Commercial Water Accounts with Meters 1-Inch and Larger - Effective 7-1-2022Residential Water, WRF and Wastewater Rates – Effective 7-1-2022Commercial Water, WRF and Wastewater Rates – Effective 7-1-2022
San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) is your local resource guide to reducing, reusing, and recycling in San Luis Obispo County. Residences and businesses can subscribe to IWMA's newsletter to receive monthly updates at https://www.iwma.com/newsletter/.Mission Country Disposal ContractFirst Amendment to Franchise AgreementSecond Amendment to Franchise AgreementExecuted Resolution 37-2019 Authorizing a Mission Country Disposal Solid Waste & Recycling Collection & Disposal Service Rate IncreaseExecuted Resolution 48-2022 Adopting the Second Amended & Restated Joint Powers AgreementIWMA Contamination Video & Compost Food Scraps Video 12/14/2020-1/14/2021
Suspending Late Payment Charges for Water and Sewer Service and Discontinuation of Water and Sewer Service for NonpaymentExecuted Resolution 11-2020
Late Fees and Deposits
For a detailed list of the late fees and deposits charged by the CCSD for water/wastewater services, click on the Approved Schedule of Fees above. These charges are effective August 22, 2013 and were implemented to encourage prompt payment by CCSD customers.
Low Income Wastewater Utility Reduction Program
CCSD Customers that participate in the CARE program through PG&E may be eligible for the CCSD's low income wastewater utility reduction program. This program allows for a 40% reduction in wastewater fees. Property owners may also receive a fire suppression assessment fee waiver. Please contact our office for more information. Eligibility requirements include:
- Completion of a CCSD Low Income Wastewater Utility Reduction Program Application.
- Copy of your CA driver's license or ID card. The address on your card must match the PG&E service address.
- Participation in the PG&E Lifeline (CARE) program.