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Fees and Charges
Water, Sewer, Garbage Rates
The City of Moab provides water, sewer and garbage service for residential and commercial properties within Moab city limits.  You can find out about our rates for these services here:   
Water, Sewer & Garbage Fees

Impact and Connection Fees
Impact fees are charged to new development to help pay the cost for increasing the capacity of the cities system wide components, such as the wastewater treatment facility. Connection fees are charged for the development to connect to the city's service lines. Should the actual cost of installation to the City of Moab exceed the minimum fee, the customer shall pay the additional connection costs. For more specific information about our impact and connection fees, click here:
Impact & Connection Fees

Business License Fees
State of Utah regulations require cities to establish their business license fee schedule based on actual costs incurred for providing selected types of services to the business community. The City of Moab conducted a cost analysis of services provided to Moab businesses. On September 10th, 2013 an amended fee schedule was passed and adopted. Find the current fee schedule here: 
Business License Fee Schedule

Planning and Zoning Fees
Fees are assessed for a variety of services and applications related to Planning and Zoning.  Most of these fees are meant to cover some of the administrative and processing costs associated with the services and application.  You can find the fee schedule for Planning and Zoning Fees here:
Planning & Zoning Fees

Other Fees and Charges
If you are at Moab City Hall and are in need of a photocopy, the fee is ten cents per page for black and white copies only. If you have any questions regarding any fees or charges please feel free to contact the Moab City Treasurer's Department.

Stormwater Rate Information
On June 1, 2008, the City of Moab implemented a stormwater utility. Below is a link to information about the stormwater utility charge that City residents and businesses will see on their City Utilility Bill. 
Stormwater Information