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The City of Garden Ridge is working with TxDOT to install waste water lines during the expansion of F.M. 2252 to minimize the effects of construction on residents and other commuters.
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A Wastewater Master Plan and Impact Fee Study was conducted, and the Impact Fee Committee recommended that City Council approve the plan and study. The Wastewater Master Plan and Impact Fee Study was approved at the March 6, 2017 Special City Council Meeting and the plan can be viewed on this website.
The City will need to fund the installation of wastewater lines upfront, but each developer or new business owner along F.M. 2252 will pay for their connection and pump. The Impact Fee Committee has recommended that the Impact Fee be set at $5,689.00 per service unit for Wastewater.
Businesses along F.M. 2252 being served by a septic system will not be required to hook up to the wastewater lines, but will have the option to. However, if a septic systems fails, business owners will be required to connect to the service.
The installation of wastewater lines along F.M. 2252 will encourage development along the road, which will bring additional revenue to the City by way of sales tax. This additional revenue will reduce the property tax burden on the residents of Garden Ridge.