Why are sewer use fees assessed? Who pays for it?
The City of Missoula bears the responsibility of maintaining all the public sewer mains, which is why sewer use fees are assessed to property owners throughout Missoula. The City is also responsible for keeping the treatment plant repaired, improved and operating properly for all current and future users. The sewer use fees are paid by property owners and is the funding source that secures its portion of the sewer main and assures that your property has sufficient properly functioning capacity at the treatment plant.

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1. How do I start/stop my sewer services?
2. Are new sewer accounts pro-rated?
3. When is my sewer utility payment due?
4. What is the Administrative Charge on my sewer bill?
5. Can I request my sewer bill for a specific date or cycle?
6. How often am I billed for sewer?
7. Why are sewer use fees assessed? Who pays for it?
8. My property is not connected to the public sanitary sewer system, why am I assessed a sewer use fee?
9. My property is vacant, are sewer use fees still assessed?
10. I thought I was already paying for sewer services through my SID?
11. Where do I pay my sewer bill?
12. Does the City have a service that will automatically charge my credit card each month for payment on my utility account?
13. What happens if my account goes past due?
14. Can my account be transferred if I move from one home to another within the City?