How is my sewer bill figured?

A residential sewer bill is calculated on actual usage subject to a maximum consumption level. The City has adopted sewer rates to recover the cost of providing sewer service to its customers. A $16.39 base amount is charged to all customers and includes 1,000 gallons of water. All consumption in excess of 1,000 gallons, up to a maximum of 8,000 gallons, is charged at a rate of $6.44 per 1,000 gallons

Please visit this link to view an example of how a sewer bill is calculated.

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1. What is the city's tax rate and who sets it?
2. Who determines the value of my house?
3. What is the sales tax rate in Mesquite?
4. Does the City of Mesquite receive the entire 8.25%?
5. Why do some cities have a different sales tax rate than Mesquite?
6. Does the City of Mesquite levy a sales tax for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system?
7. What is the City of Mesquite's total budget?
8. What is the City of Mesquite's garbage rate?
9. How is my water bill figured?
10. How is my sewer bill figured?
11. How much is the Drainage Utility District fee?
12. Where can I get a copy of the city's budget?