Water Utility Policy

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I. Purpose

To create a systematic procedure for Indian Trail Improvement District Residents to apply for installation of Palm Beach County Water Utility Service within the jurisdictional boundaries of Indian Trail Improvement District (District) for road segments directly off PBCWUD water transmission lines.


II. Procedures

Petition Process

Property Owners can initiate a petition process through a non-binding Initial Petition filed with the District. In the case of a Home Owners Association, an official letter filed with the District will suffice. The petition form shall include:

  1. a description of the proposed improvement;

  2. a statement from the petitioners requesting that the improvement be constructed;

  3. the name, mailing address, property control number and original signature of each property owner supporting the service installation;

  4. a statement recognizing that the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department (PBCWUD) and the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) will make the determination of special assessments at a public hearing;

  5. a statement that the petitioners agree to be assessed by PBCWUD/BCC for the actual costs of construction of the improvements, including, but not limited to, other allowable incidental costs as follows:

    Special Assessment: included on the annual tax notice/property tax bill from the County for design, permitting, and construction, administration, and contingency costs related to the installation of water mains, fire hydrants, and restoration.

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