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Best of luck on your move! You don't have to do anything to stop or change service with us. We collaborate with Hendricks County to obtain an updated list of property owners each quarter. You are responsible for the bill if you were the property owner on record with the Hendricks County Assessor's Office on the first day of the billing quarter, but after that, you shouldn't get any more bills. If you're still getting bills, or have additional questions, please give us a call at the Avon Public Works Department 317-272-0948. Be sure to tell the operator you have a Stormwater Utility question.
The Stormwater Utility is billed quarterly to the property owner on record with the Hendricks County Assessor's Office on the first day of the quarter. If you have further questions, please call the Avon Public Works Department at 317-272-0948 and tell the operator you have a question about the Stormwater Utility.
The Stormwater Utility Board approved several drainage improvement projects in June 2018. Check the Stormwater Utility Capital Improvement Project to see if your area has already been included on this list.
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You can also call the Avon Public Works Department at 317-272-0948 and let the operator know you're calling about the Stormwater Utility. We're happy to hear from you, but we encourage you to use the above form so there's a record of your complaint and so we can track progress on your issue.
Unless otherwise stated meetings occur on the first Wednesday of every month. Please visit the Stormwater Utility Board webpage for the schedule and further details.
Avon town officials commissioned a feasibility study in 2016 to look at an equitable, research-based structure for potential customer rates.
The potential rates are based upon the amount of impervious surface area on each property. Impervious surfaces – roofs, paving, concrete, gravel, etc. – do not allow stormwater to soak into the ground. Impervious surfaces increase urban runoff that must be directed through drainage infrastructure. More runoff creates more demand for infrastructure.
The study calculated the average impervious area from the residential customer class to establish the base billing unit, called the Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU). Residential customers would be charged one ERU per billing cycle. Other customer classes would be charged multiple ERUs per billing cycle based on the property’s impervious area ratio to the base billing unit.
Customer Class Rates:
These rates were adopted by the Avon Town Council on November 16, 2017 (Avon Ordinance 2017-25)
If you have any more questions, please call the Avon Public Works Department at 317-272-0948.
No problem! Please give us a call at the Avon Public Works Department: 317-272-0948. Be sure to tell our operator that you have a Stormwater Utility question.