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Tap and Impact Fees For Municipal Water & Wastewater Services

Tap and Impact Fee Ordinance 2022
Sample Form Tap and Impact Fee Schedule
Water and Wastewater Service Checklist

No water or wastewater tap or building permit will be issued until all impact fees have been paid to the City.
Such fees will be calculated in the following manner:  The total service units shall be multiplied by the per-unit effective fee value.

The fees must be calculated by Water and Wastewater personnel and submitted to City Hall prior to receiving your payment, so please contact us for the exact fees of YOUR project.

You will need the following information:

Owner/Project Name
Number of Meters/Meter Sizes

All line extensions and appurtenances required for connection to the City's infrastructure will be at the sole cost and expense of the project Developer/Owner.

All non-residential and multi-family developments shall be required to connect to the wastewater collection system at a manhole.  If a manhole does not exist at the location of the desired connection, one shall be installed at the expense of the Developer/Owner.

Fire Lines:

"Fireline is a common industry term and major factor in the design and construction of commercial, industrial, residential, municipal, and institutional projects.  It is the first line of defense against fires and essential to public safety.  These systems must be fully operational and free of defect." 
~Kana Pipeline, Inc.

The City adheres to the policies set forth in the 2018 International Building and Fire Code.
For more information about construction and building requirements, please contact the Planning and Development Department at (512) 332-8840.

To schedule a flow test, please give at least 48 hours notice and contact the Bastrop Fire Department via email at or by phone at 512-332-8672.

The Mission of the City of Bastrop is to continuously strive to provide innovative and proactive services that enhance our authentic way of life to achieve our vision.