Cedar Hills provides and maintains all of the existing sewer lines within the city. Wastewater treatment is provided through the Timpanogos Special Service District (TSSD) in conjunction with all the other communities in the northern portion of Utah County. Currently, sewer services are provided to almost all portions of Cedar Hills, with the exception of a few individual properties located in the south central portion of the city.

New developments install all of their own sewer connections. The city has put a tremendous effort toward installing sewer service to all community residences. The city plans to provide sewer services to all portions of Cedar Hills and will make various improvements in the existing sewer network.

Effective April 2023, commercial entities (with access to pressurized irrigation) will be billed for ACTUAL monthly usage versus AVERAGE winter usage.

Sewer Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How is my sewer rate set?

A: The sewer base rate is $14.03 plus $4.11 per 1,000 gallons of the average monthly winter water usage (currently 6,000 gallons per month as of March 2023 review), making the average monthly rate $38.69. The winter water usage average is calculated using water usage from October through March each year.

Residents who move in after the sewer rate is set in the spring are charged the City’s average sewer rate, based on 6,000 gallons, until the following spring, when their personal average rate will be established.

Q: What does the sewer base rate and consumption rate pay for?

A: The base rate pays Timpanogos Special Service District for its sewer services. The consumption rate pays for the monthly contribution to the sewer flow by each household. The best way to determine the consumption rate is to estimate the average number of gallons of water used during the winter.

Sanitary Sewer Management Plan

The City of Cedar Hills has established this sanitary sewer system operations and maintenance program to ensure proper system operations, to minimize any sub-level backups or sanitary sewer overflows, and to provide for replacement, refurbishment, or repair of damaged or deteriorated piping systems. The combined maintenance program should insure that the environment and health of the public are protected at a reasonable cost for the end users.

SSMP Introduction
SSMP-1 General Information
SSMP-2 Operations and Maintenance Program Narrative
SSMP-3 Design Standards
SSMP-4 Sewer Overflow Response
SSMP-5 Grease Oil Sand Interceptor Management
SSMP-6 Sewer Evaluation DAP Program
SSMP-7 Monitoring and Measurement Plan
SSMP-8 Mapping Program
SSMP-9 Basement Backup Program
SSMP-10 No Fault Damage Claims Program
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